Kauaiâ€™s Red Clay Jazz Festival Adds More Blues and Jazz with a Hawaiian Flair National and local jazz and blues artists play June 25-28 at the 7th Annual Red Clay Jazz Festival on Kauai with jam sessions, workshops and 2 concerts, one of them outdoors with an ocean view. This year’s line up features the […]
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The Rotary Club of Kapa`a is counting down the daysÂ for the 26th Annual Taste of Hawaii, “The Ultimate Sunday Brunchâ„˘”, set to take place on Sunday June 1, 2014 at Smithâ€™s Tropical Paradise in Wailua. Taste of Hawaii was not only the first event of its kind in the Islands, it has consistently been […]
With his traditional training in the ancient lomi lomi Hawaiian massage technique, Michael Yuloâ€™s gift as a body worker becomes apparent the moment you lay down on the table. As a featured massage therapist at Kauai Skin Clinic, Michael (or â€śUncle Mikeyâ€ť) illustrates a true sense of aloha and gives the body the attention and […]
Dining on Kauai, like so many other things on the Island, is definitely something to experience. Known as the Garden Island for itâ€™s lush landscape and unique and exotic flora, itâ€™s not hard to believe that the rich soils of Kauai produce some of the worlds best and most delicious foods. With the influx of […]
On a sunny October day a few years back, Kauai author Monika Mira decided to have a Dia de los Muertos party for her son. As an illustrator, she whipped up some coloring sheets that the kids could color in and make masks with at the party. The party and the coloring sheets were a […]
Summer is just around the corner and that means lots of Kauai activities island wide.Â What to do with our guest visiting Kauai? What to do on vacation on Kauai? Here is a list to get you started. For up to date events check out theÂ Kauai Calendar. We will be adding more events as […]
Kauai is a paradise for families and children, a simple place, where flip flops, shorts and t-shirts are everyday attire and running barefoot along white sandy beaches and casual dining where shirts and shoes are optional. Kauai is a safe place for children with lots of family friendly swimming choices, surf lessons, life-guarded beaches, snorkeling, […]
When Komakichi Ikehara immigrated to Hawaii from Japan for work in the stateâ€™s booming sugar industry, he probably never imagined that 113 years later, his grandson on Kauai would come across his labor contract with Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. The contract dated January 11, 1900 promises Ikehara the sum of $15 per month for […]
The top activities to do on Kauai definitely include the Na Pali Boat Tours, a Kauai Helicopter Tour, ATV Tours, Zip-line Tours, and a traditional Hawaiian luau, but there are a few family fun things to do on Kauai you might find to be a nice way to pass a couple hours of your vacation […]
Kolea, as they are known in Hawaii, spend their summers in Alaska foraging, mating, building a nest and waiting for their chicks to hatch. But, as the season begins to change, these small birds (weighing merely a half pound) begin to bulk up on food in order to gain enough weight to sustain them on […]
Warning! Do not read this post unless you have ample free time and are ready to start planning your next Kauai vacation. Google has has just released the latest Eco-tourism technology that will enhance your Kauai travel planning or just let you visit virtually from wherever you are. While checking out some Google maps of […]
The Gulick-Rowell House sits quietly nestled in Waimea on Huakai Road (formally known as Missionary Row) between Waimea Town and the road leading up to Kokee. Construction of the home began in 1829 by Rev. Peter Johnson Gulick, who with his wife left their home in Boston and sailed 148 days before landing on Oahu […]