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Bright rays, a resort location, and six beaches comprise a few reasons that guests of our Poipu condos repeatedly find the South Shore their Kauai destination of choice. Vacations in Poipu offer something for the thrill-seeker, hiker, family, couple, beach bum, heritage travel and shopper.
Things To Do
McBryde and Allerton Gardens, which are part of the National Tropical Botanical Garden, are acres of island foliage, worth a trip and no reservations are necessary for the self-guided tour. Spouting Horn is mesmerizing—a water spurts through a lava shelf, often to heights of 50 feet. Coffee tours, hula shows, and two world class golf courses, Kiahuna Golf Club and Poipu Bay Golf Course (under renovations until December 15, 2010) easily fill the itineraries of Poipu condo guests. The Koloa and Mahaulepu Heritage Trails are culturally significant and can be explored on foot, cycle or via car.
Beaches for kayaking, swimming, snorkeling, surfing and simply sunning are plentiful on Poipu. Families flock to Baby Beach, a cove for kids. Shipwreck's Beach is an excellent scenic beach for strolling and spending time watching waves.
Eat and Shop
Fresh fish, plentiful cuisines and a good deal of traditional island foods will make Poipu condo guests seeking multiple meals a day, just to fit it all in. Make sure to get a few helpings of hula pie, macadamia ice cream and hearty breakfasts. Poipu has several dining options to meet a range of budgets. Nighttime means tiki torches and karaoke or upscale sunset dining. Try to partake in both.
Island accessories and apparel are visible throughout Poipu, so why not don some nifty threads? Check out the locally made gifts at Poipu Shopping Village and Old Koloa Town, both great for heritage finds to take home. Poipu condo rental guests can buy all the fixings necessary for a gourmet meal or to create a picnic at the Poipu grocery stores, including a wine shop.
Rent a car for the convenience of exploring it all