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Watch the sunrise and set, because you're at the island's southernmost point. The time in between? Amazing. Beautifully furnished suites with pool, deck, spa, tennis courts, and barbeque, within walking distance to some of the island's most beautiful beaches.
Each and every one-, two- or three-bedroom condo is oceanfront, individually furnished and distinctly beautiful. You’ll appreciate the full kitchen, washer and dryer, data port, cable TV, VCR, and undoubtedly make good use of the wet bar and private lanai. Your Kauai accommodations are also attractive on the outside. Play tennis, then relax your muscles in the jet spa. Revitalize with a jump in the swimming pool and sun dry in a lounge chair on the deck. Then as the sun goes down, make good use of the barbeque area with fresh island flavors and someone you love. Life couldn’t be better. It’s no wonder Makahuena at Poipu was rated in the “Top 10 Most Romantic Getaways” by USA Today.
From Makahuena at Poipu, you can go anywhere. Since these Kauai condo rentals are within the Poipu Beach area you have dozens of Kauai restaurant options, and more than enough activities to keep you busy. (The good kind of busy.) To the east, you’ll find the inviting white sands and gentle waters of Keoniloa Bay. Shipwreck Beach is also right in the area, but this Kauai beach is more for exploration than swimming. From there, it’s just a few miles to historic Koloa Town, the site of the first sugar plantation in Hawaii. The buildings have been authentically restored and now contain quaint shops and small Kauai restaurants. Be sure to stop at Koloa History Center in the middle of town to learn more of the area’s fascinating past. Pick up tropical gifts at Poipu Shopping Village, home to more than 30 different businesses from a French boutique to a T-shirt shop. And when you’re driving around that area, don’t miss the Spouting Horn sea geyser, one of Kauai’s many spectacular wonders. For some more adventurous Kauai activities, take a cruise boat or kayak up the sacred Wailua River to Fern Grotto. It’s a site to behold, along with the grasslands with Mount Waialeale looming in the background. Further exploration by car could take you to Waimea Canyon, Hanalei Bay, or even the beaches where Elvis danced in Blue Hawaii. Who knows, if the condo rentals at Makahuena at Poipu were around back then, Elvis might have stayed here.