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4-733 Kuhio Hwy., Bldg 3, Kapaa, HI 96746 Phone: 808-755-5671
Register for Classes Here: Barre Soul Kauai
Garden Island Chocolate Farm
We have gotten excellent feedback on this wonderful tour, so plan on this when you visit!
If you missed the performance 5/28/11, you truly missed out on a full house with a standing ovation, visit thair website!
Japanese Style 100% Organic Shave Ice made with real fruit!
4480 Hookui Road, Kilauea, HI 96754
Right next door to the Healthy Hut
OPEN Daily from 11am to 4pm
When Eitaro moved to Kauai, he found many of the same fruits that this shave ice was made of such as Mango, Passion Fruit and Pineapple. He decided to bring a hand crank shave ice machine from Japan, called the Hatsuyuki (which means the first snow). Then he turn an old post office mail deliver truck in to a little shave ice truck. Now he is offering the very special Japanese style shave ice, made all organic to the people on Kauai! Due to the small size of the Shave Ice truck and its one-man operation,he is only able to serve up to 100 servings a day. His deepest apologies for any inconvenience and appreciates your understanding. Be patient and expect to stand in line with other thirsty fans! Hours are fluctuate, sorry you can't call him :(. Totally worth it if you make it :).
Shave Ice Tege Tege Reviews on Yelp to get you excited!
Our family lost our home that day. I can't believe 20 years have passed already. Lilikoi, TryKauai.com
“Iniki, Through the Eyes of Kauai’s People” was produced and released in December 1992,and was available only on VHS tape. This DVD version is digitally duplicated from the original master tape and documents the storms fury and destruction, followed by the island’s remarkable recovery from this devastating type 4 hurricane. For anyone who experienced this life altering event, or are awed by nature’s raw power will want to own this remarkable documentation of a rare day time hurricane captured from video cameras all across the island.
To obtain the 20th anniversary Iniki DVD, Please send $20.00 payable to:
write "iniki video" on the subject line, and be
sure to include your mailing address.
Norman Ka'awa Solomon
Singer-Composer/Acoustic/Hawaiian (Slack Key Artist)
Email Norman: email@example.com
PO Box 669, Anahola, Kauai. HI 96703
W. (808) 826-6792 C. (808) 651-8386
Kalapaki Beach Guide & Recreation
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5-2723 Kuhio Hwy, Kilauea, Kauai, HI 96754 - Phone 808 828-2118.
Located in Kilauea on the mauka (mountain) side of Kuhio Highway, next to Banana Joe's.
They are currently open TUESDAYS thru SUNDAYS (Closed Mondays).
* All the beautiful images are courtesy og Kauai Mini Golf - Mahalo!
Memorial Day (end of May), to Labor Day (start of September), they'll be open 7 DAYS A WEEK!
Hours of Operation are 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM.
Birthday Party and Special Event facility rentals. Go to www.kauaiminigolf.com or
inquire in person at Kauai Mini Golf for pricing and availability.
Kauai Miniature Golf opened December 16, 2010 and has served more than 10,000 guests since that time! The 18-hole putting course is designed throughout a Hawaiian Botanical Garden featuring rare endemic, native and Polynesian introduced plants. The gardens create a stunning atmosphere for family fun, along with waterfalls and mountain views. Sunset is a great time for mini golf, as the temperature cools and they turn on the lights for nighttime play. They also serve treats featuring locally made pizza and delicious gelato, hot pretzels and other goodies. It is fun for all ages on the North Shore! They look forward to seeing both visitors and kamaaina!
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PO Box 753, Kilauea, Hawaii 96754
phone 808-828-1559 ~ fax 808-826-7234
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We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities.
Phone: 808 246-9090
Operating Hours for Kauai Ohana YMCA:
Monday - Friday 5:30 am - 8:00 pm (pool closes at 7:00 pm)
(Pool closes for maintenance 9:00 - 11:00 am)
Saturdays 7:00 am - 7:00 pm (pool closes at 7:00 pm)
Sundays 10:00 am - 6:00 pm (pool closes at 6:00 pm)
*Pool Hours subject to change without notice due to weather conditions - call if you have concerns.
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Ultimate Frisbee on Kauai
Free Fun for the entire Family
The Lawai International Center was created to be a gathering place for all people to hear what is not said, to see what cannot be seen, to feel what cannot be touched, to know peace and to receive the true spirit of Aloha. Toward this end, the Lawai International Center will be developed as a site where individuals from all parts of the world can get in touch with the vestiges of their spiritual and cultural roots and traditions. Aha Hui E Kala, a Nonprofit Organization will also offer and foster educational and public awareness programs dealing with cultural traditions embodied in ancient Hawaiian, Japanese, Chinese, and other cultures including but not limited to music, art, literature, drama, dances, and cultural and humanitarian teachings and activities of said cultures. Programs to spread the concept and true meaning of Aloha will also be developed and nurtured internationally. The Lawai International Center will be a place of rest and recuperation for all mankind and a place of healing.
Visit their beautiful website today for a deeper understanding of their mission.
Every Friday night, 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., visitors can enjoy a leisurely stroll through town where 17 or so galleries and stores stay open late, many local artists set up kiosks to show their work, and local performers play Hawaiian music in the streets. Another highlight is the swinging bridge that crosses the Hanapepe River.
To help create a wonderful evening, make a reservation at one of the only restaurants in Hanapepe. Set in a vintage 50’s style drug store, Hanapepe Cafe located at 3830 Hanapepe Road (808-335-5011) offers an ever changing menu of tasty meals. Bring a bottle of wine ($5 corkage) and enjoy the fresh baked breads and delicious pastas. One of my favorites is their lasagna. Hanapepe is also open for lunch if you choose to stroll through town during the day.
You'll find this museum in Lihue filled with a wonderful presentation of the factual history of Kauai, using artifacts and photographs. Other historical and art exhibits are also displayed. There are also unique and unusual gift items for purchase, along with many Hawaiian craft presentations and classes offered from time to time. Contact them @ 808 245-6931.
Visit their new website today. www.kauaimuseum.org
Steelgrass Farm, P.O. Box 68, Kapaa, HI 96746
The Lydgates (Emily, Will and Tony) - Phone 808 821-1857
Welcome to Steelgrass, a multidisciplinary educational center for agriculture, music and the arts. On the agriculture side, we're a demonstration farm with extensive plantings of bamboo, cacao (the chocolate tree) and vanilla, working to develop Kauai's future as a center for sustainable, diversified agriculture by providing hands-on training, workshops, and educational tours for residents and visitors.
www.steelgrass.org Make your reservations today and say Aloha from Lilikoi, TryKauai.com!
Kauai Community Television
Conservation Service Projects
Koke'e and Waimea Canyon State Parks, Island of Kaua`i, Hawaii
A division of Hui o Laka - Koke'e Natural History Museum
Contact Katie Caffel ... Volunteer Coordinator
phone: (808) 335-0045 or Email @ firstname.lastname@example.org
All Photos Courtesy of KRCP
Kauai's Hindu Temple
Mileage from Lihue via Hwy 50 (N.W.) to:
Menehune Fishpond, Niumalu
Old Russian Fort (Fort Elizabeth)
Captain Cook's Landing, Waimea Bay
Kokee State Park
Kee Beach Park
Wet & Dry Caves of Haena
Waioli Mission House
|You'll find that Kauai does have a bit of traffic, generally concentrated in the Lihue and Kapaa areas, so be patient and allow an extra 15 minutes or so to your plans during the morning school and late afternoon rush hours. There is only one main highway on Kauai shaped in the form of a horseshoe. The road does not circle around the entire island. You would be looking at @ 2 hours (barring traffic) to get from one end of the island to the other. The miles and times are as accurate as I was able to find.|
|Please also be aware of the Contra Flow lanes heading into Lihue from the North & East sides of the island, beginning at the Coconut Plantation Marketplace end of the Kapaa By Pass Road heading towards the Wailua Bridge all the way into the Lihue Airport. The heaviest traffic is directed into 2 lanes during the early morning rush hours from both ends of the island. They begin laying the bright orange cones from @ 4:30 am and the cones are removed by @ 9:00 am on Mondays through Fridays. Caution is advised for those making a left turn from the Radisson Resort heading for Lihue. There is a coned off storage lane that allows you to merge into flowing traffic. If you are making a right hand turn heading into Kapaa Town, you must merge right into flowing traffic.|
|I would highly recommend that you ask for information from your hotel or resort on the various ByPass Roads (in Kapaa, Lihue, & Koloa) on Kauai that can also shorten your commute times to your various activities. The Kapaa ByPass avoids Kapaa Town and the Lihue ByPass takes you from Kipu to Nawiliwili. Both of these come under State jurisdiction, whereas the mini Koloa ByPass Road is under County jurisdiction and bypasses Koloa Town.|
|You will find that the majority of drivers are exceptionally courteous on the Garden Island. Drive safely, always wear your seat belts and observe the speed limits.|
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P.O. Box 670
Anahola, Kauai, Hawaii 96703
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