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 Gardens, Limahuli Garden and Preserve, Kilauea Lighthouse, and Na Aina Kai Botanical Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Kilauea

    Hawaii...the way to celebrate the Anniversary!

    A travel blog entry by happyronin on Jun 23, 2015

    1 comment, 73 photos

    ... After the hike, it was a great reward for our efforts!

    We sat around drying and hydrated and ate snacks before heading back. At this time, the rain started and pretty much rained the entire way back. This was great because the rain created a cooling effect on the air as well as us. The bad part was that now EVERYTHING was slick. This made for more concentration on the placement of our feet on the way back. The rocks in the streams were also more moist and thus became ...

    Rainy Day in Kauai

    A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on Apr 25, 2015

    ... out the waves. We heard that this storm had generated 14 foot waves on the north shore. It was an unreliable source as we went all the way to Tunnels and the waves were very small - in fact the smallest I have seen on the island so far.

    Took the rest of the day off. We are preparing for the Zipline tomorrow.

    Happy Trails,
    Chuck and Sheila Noel

    The Hike

    A travel blog entry by tonshow on Oct 21, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... 160;My blue shirt is soaked in sweat and I am half brown from mud along with my hair being out of sorts. I walked like the guy from the movie Shocker at this point and there was no denying it. I'm not sure at what point I hurt the muscle in my leg but know it was before the final 3 miles because it hurt that whole time. I believe it may have been from one of the many slips on the trail because the whole trail was slippery due to the mud. ...

    Diamond head and snorkelling Hanauma Bay

    A travel blog entry by kirsty_murray on Jul 28, 2014

    6 photos

    ... away from the rocks at the end of the bay. Shark automatically came into my head but thankfully someone said seal. Phew. It swam around and up to the beach to lie down. It obviously was not bothered by people. We realised at this point we had got quite deep and decided to head in a bit and towards the other side of the bay. We desperately looked out for turtles but sadly didn't see any. Apparently they normally only come in to feed twice a day.

    We could ...

    No Cruise, National Tropical Botanical Garden

    A travel blog entry by lindakhaas on Apr 22, 2014

    27 photos

    ... the Allerton Garden. We saw all kinds of trees, bushes, flowers, statues and water features. All of the water features are gravity fed from a 5000 gallon wooden barrel that has been there for over 70 years. They don't return any of the water because Allerton didn't want the noise of any machinery in the gardens. The most enchanting place we visited were the three ficus aka banyan aka strangler fig trees planted 62 years ago. They are ...