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About Kilauea Villas
Our Kilauea luxury rentals offer luxury and relaxation in one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Set on the lush and verdant north shore of Kauai, Kilauea is bordered by immaculate beaches and blessed with the soft breezes of the tradewinds for the perfect Hawaii vacation.

Things To Do
One of Kilauea's nicest beaches is Kauapea, commonly known as Secret Beach, with expanses of white sand and scenic views including the Kilauea Lighthouse perched on the coastal bluffs. Secret Beach is also a great place to see spinner dolphins which often congregate there in the mornings to the great delight of visitors.

Kilauea and the north shore offer many options for activities including horseback rides, hiking, ziplining, snorkeling excursions, whale watching (during the winter months), deep sea fishing, surfing, stand up paddle boarding and much more. If relaxing is your goal enjoy a luxurious spa treatment and spend your days lazily on any one of a dozen splendid beaches such as Hanalei, Lumahai, Tunnels or Kee Beach all set beneath the backdrop of waterfall-lined mountains.

Eat and Shop
A variety of shops and eateries in Kilauea town provide everything from fine dining and health food to a bakery, pharmacy and boutique shopping. At the Kong Lung center you can see candles being made and shop for exotic imports. Relax in the center's courtyard and enjoy some hearty fare at Kilauea Bakery and Pau Hana Pizza.

For more shopping and dining options head to the nearby Princeville Resort area where you can sip tropical drinks at Makana Terrace at the St. Regis overlooking Hanalei Bay, or head down into Hanalei Town for tapas at the upscale Bar Acuda. There are many restaurants and shops in both Princeville and Hanalei, and live music is often provided to accompany your meal.

Getting Around
A rental car is recommended when staying in Kilauea luxury rentals so you can explore the nearby beaches on the north shore as well as Kauai's many other attractions from the "Sunny Poipu" resort area to the south and Waimea Canyon on the west side