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Attain complete and utter bliss with the ocean waking you in the morning and rainforest beckoning you to hike in the afternoon... find yourself at the gateway to the Garden Isle's natural wonders with all the comforts of home...
Each and every one-, two-, and three-bedroom condo fronts the ocean within the legendary Poipu Beach resort area on Kauai's south shore. Fully-equipped kitchens, washers and dryers, Internet connection, and a list of other amenities make life even easier at your Kauai accomodations. Find your lounge chair on the sun deck and watch the blue surf crash into black lava rock. Spy on turtles as they swim. Get wet yourself in a pool a of fresh water. Take a walk along the sun-drenched stretch of white sand. Have cocktails and barbeque with friends. Instantly, in the warmth of the sun, your worries evaporate. And if you want some exercise, Poipu Beach Resort offers tennis, golf, mountain biking, and horseback riding right nearby. Afterward, explore nearby Poipu Shopping Village or historic Koloa Town for dozens of Kauai restaurant options from local favorites to fine dining.
Beyond your seaside retreat, Kauai begs to be explored, from its scenic and sacred sites to its jungles and beaches. Some of them are one in the same. Luckily, you are in a prime spot to experience it all. Take a scenic drive to the even more scenic Waimea Canyon, the “Grand Canyon of The Pacific.” Picnic near the river at Wailua River State Park or under a monkeypod tree at The Keahua Forestry Arboretum. Poipu’s nearly three miles of coastline is adorned with half-moon shaped sandy Kauai beaches, many with incredible views of the mountain ridge between Wailua and Kapaa, otherwise known as “Sleeping Giant.” Swim and snorkel the calm waters of Hanalei Bay, at the base of sheer cliffs and rocky mountains. For more adventurous Kauai activities, take a helicopter tour up Hanalei Valley (yes, where Puff the Magic Dragon lives), past the wettest spot on earth to Kauai’s highest waterfall, and on to the Napali Coast. Or brave one of Kauai’s three navigable rivers by kayak. For a more mellow expedition, stroll the streets of Old Kapaa Town, a quaint little 19th-century plantation town lined with Kauai restaurants and shops. Hit historical sites like Poliahu Heiau, Bell Stone, and Holo-holo-ku Heiau. Wherever you go, the road always leads back to the ocean and a good night’s sleep oceanfront at Poipu Shores.