Aloha Cottages

Address: 4899-A Waiakalua Street, Kilauea, Kauai, Hawaii, 96754, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 4899-A Waiakalua Street, Kilauea, is near Limahuli Garden and Preserve, Limahuli Gardens, Kilauea Lighthouse, and Na Aina Kai Botanical Gardens.
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    Day 36 to 39 - USA Kauai, Hawaii

    A travel blog entry by whereisstevek on Apr 28, 2015

    235 photos

    ... that wasn't all. We then headed for the Napili Coast. OMG!! Is all I can say. The coastline and mountains that meet it are absolutely breathtaking. It has to be seen to be believed. Very prehistoric / King Kong looking. Once again, we flew into and through the mountains so close I felt like I could touch them. Moving on we headed over to the North Shore, around Hanalei Bay and then the centre of Kauai, the location of an extinct volcano, and also what's considered the wettest place on ...

    Explore the north shore

    A travel blog entry by kellyham on Dec 07, 2014

    ... t see it on the main map so we ended just driving up the beautiful windy road to the end of the road at Haena state park. Along the way we stopped by Tunnel beach to watch the waves. Tunnel beach is nice, long stretches of sand. Spotted a bunch of roosters on the road, at the beach, they are everywhere but oddly enough none at our resort. The hotel must have kicked them out. There is a nice beach at the end ...

    DAY 15 - HOME

    A travel blog entry by copple on Jul 27, 2014

    14 photos

    ... the last beach accessible by car on the North shore. The Na Pali coast begins here and goes westward on the island. The beach here is called Ke'e. I was going to get out and take a picture of the Na Pali coast shoreline but we could not find a place to park. There were a lot of people. I think because it was the weekend. Lots of locals plus tourists. So, we just decided to head back to Hanalei. I stopped and took some pictures along ...

    The end of Mokihana

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Apr 01, 2014

    21 photos

    ... sunny day. At least enough for a bit of a tan-finally. We walked to Eggberts for breakfast. About a mile round trip. Did some more packing and then walked to our beach, 2 mile roundtrip. Water was comfortable and we stayed in a long time. Back home to do a final laundry and pack all but what we need for tomorrow. Showers, then Phil took our ' homeless' bin out where they are and when he looked again it was gone. He had told one of the guys we ...

    North Shore Bombs!

    A travel blog entry by david.pierce on Jan 23, 2014

    18 photos

    ... like it had skin problems. I couldn't help but wonder if this had anything to do with the radiation that has been released from the nuclear power plant in Japan. I've read how the plant has released huge amounts of radiation into the Pacific which is affecting many marine life. I've read conflicting reports that say some of the stuff is overblown, but there definitely seemed to be something amiss about this seal. I really hope that wasn't the case.