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June 01, 2018


Visit Hanalei town on Kauai’s North Shore
Hanalei town, located on the North Shore of Kauai is open for business and welcoming visitors to experience its shops, galleries and restaurants. The picturesque town is made up of several historical and cultural buildings, which are home to the community’s boutique shops. For a complete list of businesses in the Hanalei town area, visit
Grand Opening of Timbers Kauai at Hokuala
Timbers Kauai at Hokuala, the Garden Island’s newest luxury resort is celebrating its grand opening. Guests and owners can enjoy oceanfront residences with breathtaking views, an award-winning golf course, two-tiered infinity-edge oceanfront pool, the club’s Hokuala spa, cultural and adventure activities, and more. In celebration of the grand opening of Timbers Kauai, guests can receive a $1,000 experience credit to explore all the amenities on property. For more information, or to book the Experience Timbers Kauai Opening Package, visit or call (844) 815-9193 and mention promo code “ALOHAA” by June 30 for stays through November 30. 
The St. Regis Princeville Resort Debuts Exclusive Movie Set Tour and Experience
The St. Regis Princeville Resort has designed an exclusive day tour offering a glimpse of some of the Garden Island’s most famous Hollywood filming locations. Angela Tillson, one of the island’s most prolific film location managers, guides guests on an in depth and interactive private tour experience that begins at Kipu Ranch for a private All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) tour visiting its historic landscapes and movie locations where Raiders of the Lost Ark, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides and The Descendants were filmed. The tour culminates with an Island Helicopters private helicopter tour to Manawaiopuna Falls (aka Jurassic Falls), the privately-owned waterfall made famous in Jurassic Park, which can only be accessed by helicopter. As part of the experience, guests will also have the opportunity to stay in the St. Regis Princeville Resort’s Presidential Suite, which was prominently featured in The Descendants. The resort’s one-day Movie Set Tour Experience is available through September 30, priced at $5,674, plus tax, for two adults. A four-night stay in the resort’s Presidential Suite is $14,700, plus tax, based on double occupancy. For more information or to make a reservation, call (808) 826-9644 and request the Movie Set Tour and Experience Package.
Haku Lei Making Workshops Now Offered at Sheraton Kauai Resort
Guests at Sheraton Kauai Resort are invited to learn the art of lei making and create their own lei poo (head lei). Lei poo, often called haku (braided) lei, are traditionally worn during special events or celebrations. Haku lei making workshops at the resort start at $80 per person with a minimum of six guests. For more information, or to make a reservation, email
Epicuren Discovery Products and New Spa Treatment Debut at The Spa at Koa Kea Hotel and Resort
The Spa at Koa Kea Hotel and Resort recently introduced a new facial treatment to its spa menu and Epicuren Discovery spa products in its retail store. The spa’s new Hawaiian Noni Facial Treatment is a 50-minute experience utilizing an essential oil steam, Epicuren-brand silk radiance cleanser, Epicuren Himalayan super fruit enzyme exfoliate, a 15-minute pressure point facial massage, and a mix of Epicuren face mask layering. With promised benefits including boosting collagen production, fighting acne, and anti-inflammatory properties, the treatment, according to The Spa, is said to repair fine lines and wrinkles, repair hyperpigmentation, hydrate the skin, and speed up skin metabolism. The Hawaiian Noni Facial Treatment is $150 per person. For more information, or to make a reservation, visit or call (877) 276-0768.
The Koa Kea Hotel and Resort Introduces In-Room Orchid Bath Experience
The Koa Kea Hotel and Resort promises a relaxing experience with its new in-room Orchid Bath experience utilizing red salt. The salt, composed of more than 80 minerals, is believed to regulate blood pressure and strengthen bones. The in-room bath’s featured ingredients include awapuhi (wild ginger) root, fresh orchids and Hawaiian clay, which is said to have therapeutic benefits and assists in moisturizing. Guests also have their choice of aromatic flower hydrosols in scents including Kokee, pikake (Arabian jasmine) and plumeria. For more information, to make a reservation, or to add this experience to your stay, call (877) 276-0768.
Courtesy Shuttle Service Offered by Just Live! Zipline Tours
Visitors to Kauai staying in Lihue, Kapaa and Poipu resort areas, on cruise ships, or arriving at Lihue airport can now catch a shuttle to and from Just Live! Zipline Tours’ course location. The shuttle must be reserved for a party of four or more at the time the tour reservation is made. For more information, visit, or call (808) 482-1295.
New Day Kayak and Camping Tour Available with Kayak Kauai
Kayak Kauai is now offering one-day sea kayak tours and guided sea kayak camping. The tours begin at Polihale State Park and head along the Napali Coast to Milolii Beach. On the journey, kayakers take in views of Napali’s breathtaking cliffs, explore sea caves and enjoy snorkeling in the coast’s clear waters before arriving at white-sand Milolii Beach for lunch. For more information, visit

Sunshine Helicopters Offers Early-Bird Tour Special
Explore the Garden Island by air, see all of its otherwise unreachable beauty from the Napali Coast to Wailua Falls, and save $50 when booking with Sunshine Helicopters’ for its Ultimate Kauai Adventure Early-Bird Helicopter Tour. Flights before 8:30 a.m. and after 2 p.m. are part of the tour special, and reservations must be booked online to receive the special. For more information, visit
Kids Ages 13 and Under Enjoy a $50 Discount on Zip Lining at Skyline Eco Adventures
Skyline Eco Adventures invites guests to experience and discover Kauai’s unmatched landscape with 200-foot drop-offs and speeds of more than 50 mph on its zip line tour. Kids ages 13 and under can zip for $50 off the regular tour price when booking online. Guests must wear closed-toe shoes to participate. For more information, visit, or call (808) 518-4189.
Take A Walk on the Adventurous Side with Koa Kea Hotel and Resort
Kauai’s lush landscape is ideal for travelers in search of exploration and adventure. Koa Kea Hotel and Resort’s new Untamed Adventure Package offers guests opportunities to choose their level of adventure on Kauai with options that include a hike to a breathtaking waterfall, a stroll through verdant greenery, a relaxing beachside bike ride, or rejuvenation at a saltwater pool. The package also includes a $150 activity credit to use at the resort’s Hoku Watersports, a $310 spa credit, daily breakfast for two, and all standard resort offerings. The Untamed Adventure Package starts at $579 per night and is available through December 31. For more information, or to make a reservation, visit, or call (877) 276-0768.
Experience Kauai Outdoor Adventure with Kauai Marriott on Kalapaki Bay
Guests can create their own Garden Island outdoor adventure at the Kauai Marriott on Kalapaki Bay with the resort’s Experience Kauai Outdoors package. In addition to nightly resort accommodations, guests receive four activity vouchers for everything from ziplining and, ATV tours, to a Napali Coast snorkel and sail, and a mountain tubing adventure. After their Kauai exploring, guests are invited to relax and watch the sunset from the Kauai Marriott’s pool. The Experience Kauai Outdoors package is available through October 31, with a minimum five-night stay required. For more information, or to make a reservation, visit, or call (800) 228-9290 and mention the package rate code YX1.
A Toast to Ten Years of The Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas
The Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a special guest package called Toast to Ten. Guests reserving the package can select from studio, one-bedroom or two-bedroom villa accommodations, and purchase a single five-course Journey Tasting Menu experience at the resort’s Nanea Restaurant and Bar, with two glasses of sparkling wine at half-price. The package also includes a complimentary resort activity for two and a signature welcome amenity. The Toast to Ten package is available through December 31, with a minimum three-night stay required. Rates start at $380 per night for an island-view category studio villa. For more information, or to make a reservation, visit, or call (866) 716-8140 and mention the package rate code LBPKG1.


Koloa Plantation Days Festival and Sunset Hoolaulea, July 21
The annual Koloa Plantation Days Festival and Sunset Hoolaulea commemorates the multiple cultures and peoples that arrived in Hawaii as laborers during its sugar and pineapple plantation era, and introduced their traditions, music, dance and cuisine to the rich melting pot of cultures that make up the Islands today. The area’s resorts and businesses welcome visitors and residents to enjoy the festival’s guided walks and talk story sessions, outdoor sports and variety of themed keiki (children’s) activities, as well as live entertainment. For more information, call (808) 742-7444, or visit
11th Annual Moonlight and Music Fundraiser, July 21
Join the National Tropical Botanical Garden (NTBG) for its annual Moonlight and Music fundraiser at the McBryde Garden, July 21, from 6 to 10:30 p.m. Tickets are $175 and include dinner and dancing under the stars in the lush tropical botanical garden. Proceeds from the fundraiser benefit NTBG’s critical plant conservation, research and educational efforts. For more information, call (808) 332-7324 ext. 212, or email
2018 Historic Koloa Plantation Days Parade, July 28

Head to the annual Historic Koloa Plantation Days Parade, July 28, from 10 to 11 a.m., and catch horseback-riding and walking units, floral floats, vintage cars and decorated vehicles make their way through Koloa town from Koloa School to Anne Knudsen Ball Park. For more information, contact Cheryl Shintani at (808) 645-6442.
Heiva I Kauai 2018, August 4, 5
Heiva I Kauai is a colorful two-day Tahitian cultural festival, presented annually on the first weekend of August, featuring competitions for children and adults – ages 4 to 50-plus – in solo Tahitian dancing, and group competition in traditional and contemporary Tahitian dancing and drumming. Other popular events include the festival’s Tahitian dance audience-participation segment and coconut-husking contests. The 17th annual Heiva I Kauai happens August 4 and 5, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Kapaa Beach Park. Entry is $7 per person, per day, with children ages 12 and under admitted free. Tickets are available at the gate on event days. For more information, visit
Kauai County Farm Bureau Fair, August 16, 17, 18, 19
The Kauai County Farm Bureau Fair is four days of food, fun and farming, happening from August 16 through August 19, featuring floral and cooking demonstrations, a hula exhibition, a petting zoo, carnival rides, delicious food and more. Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors 65 and over, and $2 for keiki ages 4-12. For more information, visit
10th Annual Kauai Marathon and Half Marathon, September 2
The 10th annual Kauai Marathon and Half Marathon sends participants on a USA Track and Field-certified course taking them past hula dancers and taiko drum troupes as it traces the scenic landscape of the island’s south shore. Along the way, participants take in magnificent views of the area’s picturesque beaches and tropical rainforests. Runners completing the course do so at one of the most beautiful oceanfront finish lines in road racing. The marathon will also host a Keiki Run on September 1 at the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa with age-specific grass courses for children ages 2 to 12. Every Kauai Marathon, Half-Marathon and Keiki Run finisher will receive a commemorative medal and T-shirt. For more information, visit, or email
4th Annual Kauai Writers Conference, November 9 – 11
Join some of our nation’s most influential writers, literary agents and publishers on Kauai for the 4th annual Kauai Writers Conference, happening from November 9 through 11 at the Kauai Marriott Resort. The three-day conference will feature renowned authors, including Pulitzer Prize winning author Jane Smiley and Hawaii-born Kaui Hart Hemmings, author of the novel The Descendants, which turned into an Oscar-winning film. Attendees will also participate in small group discussions, workshops, group and individual consultations, and the opportunity for one-on-one pitch sessions and manuscript critiques with top literary agents. In addition to the conference, attendees have the opportunity to take part in pre-conference master classes from November 5 through 9. The master classes focus on fiction, memoir, screenwriting, poetry and more. For more information, visit


Also known as the Garden Island, Kauai offers a landscape largely green and verdant with flora from mountain to ocean. You’ll find more than 50 miles of white sand beach on Kauai – more beaches per mile than any other island in Hawaii. The island’s natural wonders include 3,567-foot-deep Waimea Canyon – which is often called The Grand Canyon of the Pacific – and the towering 3,000-plus-foot sea cliffs of the Napali Coast.
Kauai’s abundance of outdoor activities – which include kayaking, snorkeling, hiking, mountain tubing, horseback riding, ATV adventures, zipline tours, and helicopter and boat tours – offer memorable vacation experiences for the entire family.
For more information about Kauai – Hawaii’s Island of Discovery – visit, or call the Kauai Visitors Bureau at (800) 262-1400. You can also follow the bureau’s Kauai updates on Twitter (@kauaidiscovery), Instagram (@kauaidiscovery), or by liking the Kauai Visitors Bureau Facebook page.
The Kauai Visitors Bureau is a division of Hawaii Tourism United States (HTUSA), which is managed by the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau (HVCB) and contracted for marketing management services in the United States by the Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA), the state of Hawaii’s tourism agency. The HTA was established in 1998 to ensure a successful visitor industry well into the future. Its mission is to strategically manage Hawaii tourism in a sustainable manner consistent with the state of Hawaii’s economic goals, cultural values, preservation of natural resources, community desires, and visitor industry needs.