North Country Farms

Address: P.O. Box 723, Kilauea, Kauai, Hawaii, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on P.O. Box 723, Kilauea, is near Kilauea Lighthouse, Na Aina Kai Botanical Gardens, Best of Kauai Tour, and Hawaiian Surfing Adventures.
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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

        ... my shorter legs, but eventually I got there (sometimes with his helping hand, thankfully!).

        The path to the falls was mostly in the trees, so it was wet and muddy and sometimes slow going. The tree roots and some of the rocks were slick, but overall manageable. The trail was narrow. There were many people in front of us on the trail and just as many coming from the falls, so it became a dance of stopping and letting people pass on the trail before continuing on. ...

        Day 36 to 39 - USA Kauai, Hawaii

        A travel blog entry by whereisstevek on Apr 28, 2015

        235 photos

        ... The main house has been transformed into Gaylord's at Kilohana restaurant, which is very popular for its Brunch buffet. The food was absolutely delicious, which included endless savoury and sweet offerings, along with hot and cold beverages from the bar. A lovely courtyard/alfresco dining setting with live entertainment (a solo artist this day). The shops were spread across the main house, occupying what were the original bedrooms, lounge and dining areas. Many antiques were on ...

        Fishing and Luau

        A travel blog entry by kellyham on Dec 08, 2014

        Andy woke up before the crack of dawn to go fishing with a few people we met at the airport. I decided not to go as it was way too early for me (leave resort at 4:45am) and I don't like fishing although one day I will do it when the kids are bigger. He just texted and said he caught two fishies :-) I woke up at 8:30 and went for a walk to check out the resort, beautiful and quite large. The only downside is that we are on a cliff so there is no beach access, but they do ...

        There's A Clue in the Name

        A travel blog entry by crazyann8 on Aug 13, 2014

        23 photos

        When you're staying on the edge of a tropical rain forest, there's a clue in the name. You guessed it. It's raining. Today however, it's the normal Kauai drizzle rather than the downpour of last Friday. I had intended heading off early to Ke'e again but could see the rain approaching over the mountains so no point. After putting after sun on the top of my head (it's still burning), I watched a nice documentary on shark attacks before getting in the shower to wash ...

        A picture is worth a thousand words

        A travel blog entry by smithnet on Apr 25, 2014

        66 photos

        Arrived Princeville Airport at 7.15am to meet the crew of Sunshine Helicopters for my morning flight. The one hour helicopter ride over some of the most remote regions of Kauai was breathtaking. Waimea Canyon, Na Pali Coast State Park, Mt Waialeale the wettest spot on earth, Waialeale Crater where the island was created, Hanalei Bay and the Manawaiopuna Jurassic Falls were some of the highlights of the flight. As ...