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Natural Feature
“Is considered to be one of the safer beaches on Kauai’s North Shore during the summer months. Anini boasts the longest and widest fringing reef in the Hawaiian Islands and because of the unique conditions it usually has well protected waters and some of the most consistent conditions for water activities. Enjoy snorkeling, beach walks, picnicking, paddle boarding and wind surfing. Anini beach is known to have strong currents in the channels and outside the protective reef. Always use caution especially during high surf. Anini Beach is popular for camping and also a great beach for simply relaxing with a book, fishing from shore or paddle boarding. The deeper and clearer water can be enticing, but it is better to be cautious and stay closer to shore. Anini Beach is usually less crowded than Poipu or Hanalei and is really quite breathtaking. Our personal favored spot on this beach is about 250 yards before the end of the bumpy road, you can at most times park right next to the beach…like within 20 feet of the water There is no lifeguard posted at Anini Beach. ”
  • Recommandé par 32 habitants
Mini Golf
“I am in the green. Wind 5mph to the east. Slight 10-degree angle downhill. Now, maybe if I just ricochet this off the cave wall hard enough… Located in Kilauea on the North Shore is Kauai Miniature Golf and Botanical Garden. It is the only mini golf course on the island. For those that have yet to test their putting game in this 18-hole course, there will undoubtedly be preconceived notions of mini golf being somewhat of a wacky carnival experience. Instead, you find yourself surrounded by greenery. As you make your way through the 18 holes you receive an introductory course on the diverse history of the islands. Visitors will learn about the Polynesian discovery of the islands, indigenous gardens containing endangered species, Zen gardens showcasing the influence of the Japanese and Chinese during the plantation period, and some insight on the plantation town that was alive and thriving in Kilauea in the late 1800’s. Do not let the garden scenery discount the fun of this course. You begin the first hole with a simple, short, straight line putt. Easy enough, right? Well, as you progress so does the difficulty. Add ponds, curves, elevations, and obstructions that will test one’s shot creativity. Take hole 16, for example. The path bends left with a dip, but there is also a small log tunnel that creates a straight shot to the hole. From personal experience, if you’re going to “Shooter McGavin” your way through that shortcut, don’t be bashful with it. You don’t want your ball stuck in the tunnel, especially now that your friend knows exactly what not do and reminds you of the losing bet you made at the start of the game. The entire course is fit for every one of all ages and skill levels. Bring a friend, a date, even your family. It’s first come, first served, so no time to waste. Be prepared to fish your ball out the water. Trust me. ”
  • Recommandé par 18 habitants
Museum
“Great views. Worth driving to the entrance to park and observe the nesting albatross and boobies even if you don't want to pay to go to the visitor center. Also great view of a cove.”
  • Recommandé par 17 habitants
Scenic Lookout
“Great scenic overlook into Hanalei Valley with a patchwork of taro fields surrounded by dramatic mountains. Spectacular photo opportunities of the 900-acre Hanalei National Wildlife Refuge, helping to provide wetland habitat for four species of endangered Hawaiian waterbirds.”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
Boulangerie
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“Really fun place to go for easy breakfasts...snacks...also a great place to get pizza...”
  • Recommandé par 29 habitants
Centre commercial
“At Princeville Center you will find a collection of shopping, dining and business services to meet your every need. Princeville Center is a comfortable rest stop while on the North Shore of Kaua’i. ”
  • Recommandé par 27 habitants
Lighthouse
“Kilauea light house is located up north in a very picturesque location. There are hundreds of white tailed birds on ridges surrounding the light house. Tours of the light house are offered but it is based on availability in the sign up sheet. Even if you are not able to get on a tour you will still still enjoy the scenic beauty of the place. There is a 5$ per person entrance fee and the place closes at 4 pm. There is a small gift store and a visitor center with information on the history of the light house. Very neatly maintained grounds. ”
  • Recommandé par 17 habitants
Natural Feature
“Anini boasts the longest and widest fringing reef in the Hawaiian Islands and because of the unique conditions it usually has well protected waters and some of the most consistent conditions for water activities. Enjoy snorkeling, beach walks, picnicking, paddle boarding and wind surfing. Anini beach is known to have strong currents in the channels and outside the protective reef. Always use caution especially during high surf.”
  • Recommandé par 14 habitants
Restaurant italien
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“Everything on the menu is excellent complemented by great service. The pizza is amazing too! Reservations are recommended for a party of six or more.”
  • Recommandé par 16 habitants
Restaurant
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“Great local plates of fresh fish or teriyaki chicken or pork. Outdoor seating in a courtyard surrounded by local shops.”
  • Recommandé par 24 habitants
Tiki Bar
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“Tiki Aniki is a moderate walk or short drive away in Princeville center. Great place to enjoy live music and drinks in a casual setting. This is a local favorite and you can stroll over to Piazza for dinner afterwards. ”
  • Recommandé par 11 habitants
Autres grands espaces
“Zip-lining, horseback riding, ATVing and more...to the backdrop of epic garden island scenery! ”
  • Recommandé par 15 habitants
Premise
“Northern most point on the Hawaiian island chain. * Great spot to watch migratory birds like Frigates and Boobies. In the winter, keep your eyes peeled for Humpback Whales. ”
  • Recommandé par 18 habitants
Restaurant
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“Great fresh fish and totally awesome drinks. Very friendly service and nice clean establishment. Don't miss this one! Prices reasonable too. You won't be disappointed!”
  • Recommandé par 14 habitants
Clothing Store
“Kong Lung Trading offers an original and ever-changing selection of gifts, home décor, personal accessories, and apparel presented in an uplifting, fine-design atmosphere.”
  • Recommandé par 7 habitants
Natural Feature
“Also known as “Secret Beach” or “Secrets.” Steep trail down but a jaw dropping sandy beach scene!!! Truly beauteous and unforgettable!!! Rough water in winter though...but still worth going down to enjoy the sand and to stroll around. ”
  • Recommandé par 11 habitants