17 Palms Kauai

Address: 414 Wailua Kai Street, Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii, 96746, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 414 Wailua Kai Street, Kapaa, is near Kayak Wailua, Coconut Marketplace, Smith's Tropical Paradise, and Ho'olalaea Waterfall.
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    Travel Blogs from Kapaa

    Kaua'i - the Garden Island

    A travel blog entry by pamrich on Jun 15, 2014

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    ... a lovely moonlit dinner by the water. We thoroughly enjoyed their stories of their travels in the USA. Tom and I had a run about 8kms around a golf course pathway which, though hilly, was quite pretty though the heat sapped our energy a bit. Tom is seemingly in good form and I enjoyed his company. I did need a swim in the nearby ocean to cool off and Pam had already had swims at both the beach and ...

    Up to the Mountain, Down to the Beach

    A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Apr 24, 2014

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    ... ditch maybe three feet across but it was dug by the ancient Menehune which was quite a feat. The part we saw disappeared into a tunnel through the rock.

    We drove further east and turned on Lele Road to go to the Salt Pond to bird. Well when we got there, there was no pond but there was a beautiful beach protected by a reef. We walked the beach from end to end and wished we had our swimming suits. We decided to go into Hanapepe because ...

    Jungle Valley Adventure

    A travel blog entry by zolina on Apr 19, 2014

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    ... and then we hiked through a cow pasture down to the river where we would be kayaking. It wasn't really much of a river, it was more like a large stream. But it was very pretty and serene. I've only ever done ocean kayaking before, which is very ******* your arms and requires lots of paddling. But the river was very calm, and the paddling was easy. Although we did get our butts wet as soon as we got in the kayaks. I wasn't expecting that.

    After kayaking for about 20 minutes, ...

    Kilauea Lighthouse and the Kalalau Trail

    A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Apr 16, 2014

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    ... us a while to find a parking place. But when we did we put on our hiking boots etc. and headed to the trailhead. On the way there was a farm where they were growing taro in flooded little ponds. In the pond we saw two Moorhens.

    The Kalalau Trail is 11 miles long but you can only hike the first 2 miles and the trail up to Hanakapi'ai Falls without a permit. If you go farther you have to have a permit. We knew the ...

    Final Day and Final Session

    A travel blog entry by david.pierce on Feb 10, 2014

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    ... it was an injury that hung around for about a month and would prevent me from being able to surf when I got to Oahu. I was thankful that it happened at the very end of my stay on Kauai rather then the first part.

    I'll never forget taking one more look at Donkeys as I walked back to the jeep. It really fell in love with this place. We surfed here so many times on so many good days, and never had to deal with a crowd ...