A Vacation Rental Home Poipu – Manualoha Condo 601, Koloa, Kauai, Hawaii
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The Kauai Folk Festival will be held on the Grove Farm grounds in Lihue providing a fascinating glimpse into the island’s past. Founded in 1864, this 100-acre, historic site showcases life during Kauai’s plantation era more than a century ago. The Kauai Folk Festival is a fundraiser for the preservation efforts for the Grove Farm Museum. With more than 34 performers over the 2 day festival.
SEPT 28-29, 2019 THE KAUAI FOLK FESTIVAL IS FINALLY HERE!
NEXT WEEKEND! Come for Two Days of Folk-n-Aloha featuring Americana and Hawaii roots music, workshops and more at historic Grove Farm Museum, Lihue! It’s here! 34 performers, on five stages, activities / workshops For the event schedule, Tickets and event news. Download the event map & lineup!
Snorkeling Tours, those who enjoy snorkeling are in for a treat. Kauai’s pristine oceans are home to thousands of fish and different marine life. Along the many crescent shaped beaches you will be able to find opportunities to swim with the many tropical fish that frequent the reefs. For those who prefer to casually participate in snorkeling the local beaches like Anini Beach, Poipu Beach and Salt Pond Park Beach provide protected beach areas that both snorkelers and the tropical fish prefer. Anini, on the east side of the island is home of the largest reef, Poipu Beach is a protected area where the tropical fish prefer as well as the Hawaiian Monk Seal and the Green Sea Turtle. The monk seal and sea turtles frequent the sand to take a nap along the beach in Poipu. Salt Pond beach is a favorite of locals, and if you are visiting be prepared to pack in what you will need for the day as services other than the bathrooms and a few covered picnic tables is sparse. Salt Pond Beach is a large protected area which right up along the sand are rarely waves of any size. Snorkelers will swim out toward the natural breakwater to view the tropical fish that decide to come in from the waves and there you can also see corals among the rocky bottom.
Those who wish to take an excursion there are many opportunities to join in on a snorkeling tour. Kauai Searider has their South Shore Snorkeling Tour which they claim a “Whole Day of Fun packed into 3 hours” where they take you on their Zodiac boats from Kukui’ula Harbor to a couple of unspoiled snorkel sites. Kauai Searider also has a Na Pali Coast Snorkeling Tour. This tour is a 4.5 hour tour. This tour starts off at the closest harbor to the Na Pali Coast (Kekaha Harbor) which provides more time in the water. Na Pali offers spectacular views and you will create memories for a lifetime!
Snorkel Bob’s not only rents snorkel equipment for those who didn’t bring their own from home but they have a couple of snorkeling excursions of their own. The Liko Kauai | Na Pali Catamaran Snorkel trip consists of a 5 hour tour aboard the 49′ powered catamaran takes you out to see Sea Caves, waterfalls, Kauai’s lush valleys from a different viewpoint, white sand beaches and Dolphin watching with a 1 hour snorkeling stop to round out the adventure. A trip out to see Napali Coats in itself is well worth the trip.
Check out this article if you are looking for other Water sports while vacationing in Kauai. Here you can find more about information about Kauai’s Beaches. Don’t forget that if you are looking for a place to stay our Poipu Beach Condo is only steps from Poipu & Brennecke’s beaches on the south side of Kauai.
– is held on Kauai’s south shore every year in July. It is to celebrate the many ethnic groups that came to Hawaii to work on sugar plantations, and the Hawaiians who welcomed them. They are celebrated through music, dance, costumes, and food throughout this ten-day festival. 2019 marks the 34th year for Koloa Plantation Days, a celebration of Hawaii’s sugar industry and heritage. The Koloa plantation was founded in 1835, the first in the islands. The birth of the sugar industry shaped the lives of everyone in Hawaii forever. Although the mill and fields are idle in Koloa and virtually all of the state, many people in Hawaii are former workers or descendants of plantation workers who came from many lands. Koloa Plantation Days brings people to Koloa and Poipu on Kauai’s south shore to celebrate aspects of the plantation lifestyle that we are still connected to.
Come and participate in the Annual Hammers ‘N Ales event on Saturday October 12th 2019 at Poipu Beach Athletic Club Concert Lawn 2p.m. – 6p.m.
Live music – Craft Beer – Food
Come have fun and support affordable housing on Kauai at the ultimate island Oktoberfest. Kauai Habitat’s Hammers N’Ales will feature great food, cold drinks, music, sunshine, and fun. All food and drink included in ticket price plus logo tasting glass.
Breweries participating in this event include: Kauai Island Brewery, Kohola, Lani Kai, Maui Brewing, Honolulu Beerworks, Sierra Nevada, Lagunitas, 10 Barrells, Four Peaks, and more.
This is a 21 and over event. Must present ID at the Door.
Join Habitat for Humanity Kauai for a fun afternoon at Hammers ‘N Ales and to help support affordable housing on Kauai. For additional Information about the event and how you might lend a hand as a volunteer call Chris Young at 808-635-0411 for any information or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Currently we have availability for this weekend at our Poipu Vacation Rental. Check our Online Calendar to confirm that it is still available or Contact Us directly for a Reservation. If you Mention this article when you call to reserve & Let us know that you found out about our Vacation Rental through reading it. We’ll Donate 10% of your Lodging to Habitat Kauai.
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The summer is quickly approaching and everyone is beginning to look for availability and booking their stays in their travel destinations. It is projected that in the month of June the destination of Kauai will have a 72% occupancy level, July will top up to 96% and August 90%.
If you haven’t already booked your stay in Kauai you will begin seeing higher prices and less availability throughout the Island. Since my plans have not solidified on when I will need to travel back to Kauai and work on our new home build, I opened up additional time in June, July and August for Vacation Travelers to stay at our Kauai Vacation Rental. Now would be the best time to schedule your stay to ensure you can get lodging at the time you are wanting to travel.
A Better Vacation Value
As we have written about already, Vacation Rental VS Hotel the Vacation Rental is a better value. For example the Grand Hyatt Kauai in June is offering their King Partial Ocean View Room with Free Internet for $526.15 per night plus another $40.25 per night Resort Fee. That’s $566.40 per night for basically a bedroom with a King Size Bed. Next Marriott Waiohai Beach Club is already booked up in June. The Ko’a Kea Hotel & Resort in Poipu still has some rooms available. Their Garden View Room with a total of 364 square feet is booking for $389.00 plus their $38.74 per night Resort Fee. This is their “Best Available Rate” with a nightly total of $427.74. Now for our Kauai Vacation Rental rate in June for 2 Adults is $185.00 per night, no additional resort fee to use the pools, hot tub and other community items.