Welcome to Kauai

Welcome to Kauai
one of Hawaii’s most beautiful islands. While staying in our Kauai Oceanfront Condos, we encourage you to explore and enjoy Kaua’i. Find information about the beautiful beaches in Kauai, local restaurants, things to do, Kauai adventures, and so much more. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or for more information. Enjoy your Kauai vacation!

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Kauai BeachesKauai Beaches

While staying at our Kauai Oceanfront Condos we encourage you to enjoy the beautiful beaches in Kauai. Kauai has more beaches per mile than any other Hawaiian island because it is older than the other main Islands. There are great beaches for snorkeling, surfing, sunbathing, and for children. Relax and enjoy Kauai’s beautiful beaches.

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Kauai RestaurantsKauai Restaurants

There is as variety of excellent restaurants and dining experiences on the North Shore of Kauai. Whether you are looking for an elegant meal or a casual night out, there is something everyone will enjoy. Check out our suggestions for Kauai Restaurants.

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Kauai ActivitiesKauai Activities

During your stay at Kauai Oceanfront Condos, enjoy many of the diverse activities and things to do on Kauai. Some of the most popular things to do golfing, surfing, snorkeling, horseback riding, and so much more. Check out our Kauai activities page for more information.

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Kauai AdventuresKauai Adventures

On Kauai’s north shore you’ll discover some of the most spectacular scenery on the planet. There’s the Na Pali Coast, whose cliffs rise 4,000 feet above the ocean. And Lumahai Beach, where Mitzi Gaynor ‘washed that man right out of her hair’ in the movie South Pacific. The north shore also is home to the quaint town of Hanalei, one of the earliest areas to be settled by the ancient Pacific voyagers. If spectacular scenery is what brought you to Kauai, viewing the Na Pali Coast will stir your passion to stay on this magical island forever.

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Kauai SnorkelingKauai Snorkeling

Snorkeling is one of the most intriguing experiences on Kauai. Not only is it free, and easy, it is an unforgettable experience. It is hard to imagine that an entire world exists within our oceans. Families of fish and coral exist in a fascinating unexplored world. Read our snorkeling tips for great information.

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Kauai WildlifeKauai Wildlife

Our Kauai Oceanfront Condos guests enjoy the Kauai wildlife. Check out Kilauea National Wildlife Refuge on Kauai or the Hanalei National Wildlife Refuge to experience Kauai’s wildlife. See red-footed boobies, tropicbirds, sea turtles, dolphins, and more.

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Kauai DrivesKauai Drives

Hanalei is magic! Hanalei is a glimpse into old Hawaii. The drive along Kuhio Highway (Hwy. 56, which becomes Hwy. 560 after Princeville to the end of the road) is guaranteed to take your breath away. Just before you reach Kilauea, you enter the North Shore. You will now discover why this is the most beautiful spot on earth. It is as if time stopped here. Roll down the windows and feel the air, smell the flowers and listen for the waterfalls.

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Jeannie Ricciardi Concierge ServicesJeannie Ricciardi Concierge Services

Jeannie Ricciardi Concierge Services is a personalized concierge service that is here to assist you in any way that they can. Whether you would like high adventure or living like a local, they would be happy to share the magic of Kauai with you. Allow them to arrange your trip of a lifetime. Contact Jeannie directly at (808) 652-8538 or adventuresparadise@yahoo.com for current rates and reservations.

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Links and MoreLinks and More

Check out our Kauai Links and more page for helpful information for your visit to Kauai. Find information about babysitting, rental equipment, car rentals, golf courses, restaurants, shopping, farmers market, and more.

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About PrincevilleAbout Princeville

Princeville is 9,000 acres of planned luxury in a special location overlooking beautiful Hanalei Bay. In ancient times this bluff was considered to be a place of mana or power. When the Russians came to Kauai they built in the 1800’s the Russian Fur Trading Company built Fort Alexander on the site now occupied by the Princeville Hotel in an effort to support the independence of Kauai’s King Kaumauli’i.

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What to BringWhat to Bring

Trust me on this one; you don’t need to pack much for your Kauai vacation. All dress on Kauai is casual. Bring cotton shorts, t-shirts, sandals, tennis shoes or hiking shoes, a light sweater or sweatshirt during winter, a couple of bathing suits, binoculars, camera and sunscreen. Most vacation rentals have washers and dryers. Grocery stores carry small supplies of anything you may need. Princeville has a good grocery store, Foodland. There is a Wal-Mart, K-Mart and Macey’s. If your vacation rental does not have snorkeling equipment, pick them up at the Wal-Mart or in Hanalei at Piddle Paddle. Everything else you will find at Foodland. You must rent a car. Parking is free and plentiful. Leave your city hustle and thoughts of work behind. Allow yourself to relax!