Exquisitely beautiful Kauai vacation rentals have various activities to offer for your next getaway.
Last Updated on - Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Kauai, famously known as the "Garden Island of Hawaii", is a tropical paradise with rich, lush waterfall mountains and rugged cliffs and immaculate white beaches along the coast Its natural tropical beauty has been filmed in King Kong, Raiders of the lost Ark, Jurassic Park, and the opening credits for Fantasy Island. With year-round temperatures in the 70s and 80s, you will experience a true Hawaiian vacation when you book a Kauai vacation rental!
Not only will you be in awe of the beautiful atmosphere, but there are also plenty of activities in the island for you to enjoy. For those who would rather be on land than play in the water, you can enjoy your time at championship golf courses, horseback riding, incredible hiking, biking, taking an exhilarating airplane or helicopter tour, hang gliding, or parasailing. There are even more activities for those who enjoy the water, such as jet skiing, kayaking, sailing, snorkeling, scuba diving, and surfing.
Try Visiting at Least One of the Fun-Filled Cultural Festivals Hosted by the Island:
May - Lei Day: Celebrating springtime and flowers with lei-making competitions and museum exhibits.
June - The Taste of Hawaii: Sponsored by the Kapaa Rotary Club, this event will have your palate savoring appetizing dishes from all over the island.
September - The Annual Mokihana Festival: Celebrating the art and culture of featuring open artists' studios, competitions in hula, music, and video, and lectures and workshops in the healing arts and slack key guitar.
October - The Aloha Week Festival: This event features Hawaiian music, dance, song, foods, and more entertaining activities.
(Also in) October - The Annual Coconut Festival: Featuring indigenous dance groups, Hawaiian bands, hula dancers, and the popular coconut pie eating contest
November - The Hawaii International Film Festival: visits with great Pacific Rim films that are shown at theaters at no cost