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Kauai – On 2 wheels or more?
Kauai promises fun filled activities for the entire family. Although the entire island is so huge and there are so many activities and places worth visiting, a drive around the island is a must.

Kauai — Rent a Condo, save money, and enjoy your vacation
If you are planning a trip to the beautiful island of Kauai don't spend hours on the Internet looking for hotels to stay in, instead spend this time looking at the many condo rentals available on Kauai.

Kauai, Hawaii great golf courses
A guide to some of the best golf courses in Kauai.

Kauai’s East Shore Sights: Lihue
As you are driving from Kapa’a you will want to take Ma’alo Road before you ever reach Lihu’e. The reason why is so that you can see the Wailua Falls! Keep in mind that you don’t want to jump off of these falls as they are approximately 173 feet tall!

Kauai’s East Shore Sights: Wailua and Kapa'a
When you check out Kauai’s East shore you will notice that it is more populous than the rest of the island. And, this is for good reason because the majority of the population lives on this side of the island.

Kauai’s East Shore Sights: Wailua and Kapa’a Part II
There are plenty of other sights to be seen on Kauai’s East shore in Wailua and Kapa’a. For example, the Kamokila Hawaiian Village is close to Opaeka’a Falls. This village is made up of three acres of private land that has lots of huts on it.

Kauai’s Nightlife
We review the nightlife going on in different parts of Kauai.

Kauai’s Powered Hang Glider
Now, this is not hang gliding, this is a powered hang glider. There is a difference and one that you should be aware of!

Kauai’s South Shore Beaches - Maha’ulepu Beaches
The Maha’ulepu Beaches are made up of three areas called Gillin’s Beach, Kawailoa Bay and Ha’ula Beach.

Kauai’s South Shore Beaches - Po’ipu Beach Park and Kiahuna Beach
Two of Kauai’s South shore beaches that are popular and great for swimming are Po’ipu Beach Park and Kiahuna Beach.

Kauai’s South Shore Beaches - Shipwreck Beach and Brennecke Beach
Shipwreck Beach is known for its appearance in the movie Six Days/Seven Nights while Brennecke Beach is known for almost being destroyed by a hurricane.

Kauai’s West Shore Beaches - Glass Beach, Salt Pond Beach Park and Pakala Beach
Kauai’s West shore is practically one big beach! There are many sights to see at these beaches so keep reading to determine which ones you want to visit first!

Kauai’s West Shore Beaches - Lucy Wright Beach Park and Polihale
If you are on Kauai’s West shore then you should definitely take the time to check out Lucy Wright Beach Park as well as the Polihale Beaches.

Koloa Landing, Baby Beach, PK’s, Lawa’i Beach, Keiki Cove, Lawa’i Bay
Information on Koloa Landing, Baby Beach, PK’s, Lawa’i Beach, Keiki Cove, Lawa’i Bay, and Palama Beach.

Luau Foods to Expect
If you have never been to a luau then you might not know what to expect. Generally, you should arrive hungry because there is a lot of food, desserts, drinks and then you can settle down and watch an enjoyable show.

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