Whalers Cove Resort

Address: 2640 Puuholo Road, Poipu, Kauai, Hawaii, 96756, United States | 4 star lodge
 
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This 4 star lodge, located in the Koloa area of Poipu, is near Seasport Divers, McBryde Garden, Anara Spa, and Brennecke's Beach.
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      Diamond head and snorkelling Hanauma Bay

      A travel blog entry by kirsty_murray on Jul 28, 2014

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      ... the whole day there but we had other places we wanted to see so decide to head back. Now to work out how to get money. We returned our gear and walked up the hill. There was no ATM but a town nearby. We had a little hike along the side of the road we came on but we got an amazing view of the mountains and the town. The shops were now in view and we could see a bank so we went to withdraw cash and got change. As we did so the hourly bus passed us so we decided ...

      The end of Mokihana

      A travel blog entry by teamcc on Apr 01, 2014

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      ... stuff, that has been in storage for many year, should be dumped, good willed, given to homeless or given to friend Rindy who lives here. We left most of what we brought with us and don't have that much to take back. Piles all over the room. Dinner at Hukilau again. Very good meal. Still bad weather. No tans this year. By the way, unleaded fuel is $4.80 here on the island.


      April 14th Monday. Last full day here. Not sure how we will spend it. ...

      Beachcation Kauai 2014 Trip Report

      A travel blog entry by murkypig on Feb 10, 2014

      12 photos

      ... regrets from our first visit, not visiting the Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge. Due to government cutbacks, there are now restricted hours and days. This isn't a run-of-the-mill tourist stop: the Refuge has amazing photos of before and after a major renovation (finished in 2013) was conducted.

      Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge - best kept secret.

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      Southside Throw Your Sets Up

      A travel blog entry by david.pierce on Jan 20, 2014

      12 photos

      ... on this day, but I walked a trail that ran north near the edge of the high bluffs around the ocean. It was a great place for whale watching but in actuality-any place overlooking the ocean on this island is great for whale watching. The majority of the WORLD's Humpback Whale population return annually to the coast of Kauai to mate and birth their young in the tropical waters. Fortunately for my visit, January and February are the peak months for ...

      Hanalei

      A travel blog entry by jtimothy on Dec 07, 2013

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      We had nothing planned for today so in the spirit of first timers trying to see and do everything we decided we couldn't let this trip pass without a look at the fabled northern end of Kaua'i, in particular Hanalei Bay. We managed to get out the door by 8.30am which was a fair achievement. After dropping the rented board back to the surf shop and picking up some snorkelling gear we were away. The drive north was really easy, there wasn't much traffic. In fact ...