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The island of Kauai basks amidst the sparkling blue waters of the Pacific ocean. Approximately 20 minutes from Honolulu by plane, the island of Kauai offers unlimited possibilities for outdoor activities. Whether your perfect day includes a day on the greens of world class golf courses...

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The island of Kauai basks amidst the sparkling blue waters of the Pacific ocean. Approximately 20 minutes from Honolulu by plane, the island of Kauai offers unlimited possibilities for outdoor activities. Whether your perfect day includes a day on the greens of world class golf courses, horseback riding on the beach, kayaking to pristine waterfalls, or hiking one of our many trails, Kauai is the place for you.
 
www.kauaiseatours.com
Offering sightseeing snorkel tours, whale watching, and sunset cocktail tours. Explore the Napali Coast for the best day of your vacation!
www.snubakauai.com
Snuba Diving on Kauai’s South Shore. "Experience the Thrill of Scuba with the Ease of Snorkeling!"
www.outfitterskauai.com
Kayaking, Ziplining, Mountain Biking
www.captainnapali.com
Snorkel the majestic Na Pali coast of Kauai off of Captain Na Pali's zodiac. Ride alongside dolphins, turtles, and whales with unbelievable vistas from every angle. Explore sea caves, visit remote beaches, waterfalls, and more!
www.holoholocharters.com
Sightseeing & Snorkel Tours on The Napali Coast and Niihau
 
www.safarihelicopters.com
Helicopter Tours of Kauai and the Big Island
www.wingsoverkauai.com
Kauai airplane tours
www.kayakkauai.com
Kayak Kauai rivers and coasts
www.smithskauai.com
Come experience "The Best Luau on Kauai!"
www.the-beach-house.com
Gracious Hawaiian service and innovative Pacific Rim cuisine are complemented by breathtaking oceanfront views.
www.massagebyleilani.com - “A Touch of Paradise on Kauai…”
www.islandhelicopters.com - Island helicopter tours
www.kauaifuntours.com - Snorkeling and fishing charters
www.kauaiatv.com - Kauai ATV tours
www.alternative-hawaii.com - Hawaii ecotourism
Seasport Divers and Whalers Cove have joined forces to offer you spectacular diving and accommodations in sunny Poipu, on Kauai's south shore. Swim with Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles while exploring ancient lava tubes at Sheraton Caverns...

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Seasport Divers and the new Ko'a Kea resort have joined forces to offer you spectacular diving and accommodations in sunny Poipu, on Kauai’s south shore. Swim with Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles while exploring ancient lava tubes at Sheraton Caverns, rated by Sport Diver magazine as one of the Best Cavern Dives in the World. Then relax in your upscale luxury hotel at Ko'a Kea, just minutes from Seasport Divers. The hotel offers guests unmatched proximity to the ocean while providing all the comfort, amenities, activities, and breathtaking views you would expect from a luxury hotel on Poipu Beach.  Close to shopping, golf, restaurants and beaches. Seasport Divers and Ko'a Kea. . . Your Place in Paradise.
 
For more information go to www.koakea.com or call (877) 806-2288
 
 
 
 
Affordable Accommodations Close to Seasport Divers. Paradise Kauai offers one bedroom vacation condos at Kiahuna Plantation Resort on Poipu Beach. This location is just one mile away from Seasport Divers to make diving easy for you. Our one bedroom condos sleep up to 4 people...

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Affordable Accommodations Close to Seasport Divers. Paradise Kauai offers one bedroom vacation condos at Kiahuna Plantation Resort on Poipu Beach. This location is just one mile away from Seasport Divers to make diving easy for you. Our one bedroom condos sleep up to 4 people, have fully equipped kitchens, partial ocean view and a 5 minute walk to the best beach on the island. Several restaurants, pool, hot tub, tennis courts, golf and shopping are on site or just across the street. Our soft sand beach is excellent for snorkeling, surfing lessons, playing in the waves or just relaxing. Visit our web site at www.ParadiseKauai.com for complete details.
 
Whalers Cove
Seasport Divers and Whalers Cove have joined forces to offer you spectacular diving and accommodations in sunny Poipu, on Kauai’s south shore. Swim with Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles while exploring ancient lava tubes at Sheraton Caverns, rated by Sport Diver magazine as one of the Best Cavern Dives in the World. Then relax in your luxury condo at Whalers Cove, just minutes from Seasport Divers. Large one and two bedroom condos right on the water, all with amazing views of the Pacific from every lanai. Close to shopping, golf, restaurants and beaches. Seasport Divers and Whalers Cove . . . Your Place in Paradise.
 
For more information go to www.whalerscoveresort.com or call (800) 225-2683
 
The Villas at Poipu Kai
The Villas at Poipu Kai is a new 27 unit boutique condominium resort, situated in the heart of Poipu Kai. One of the finest condominium properties ever developed on the island, the Villas are built in the classic plantation style.
  • Fully equipped Villas of 3-4 bedrooms
  • Family friendly with space to accommodate multiple people
  • #3 Hotel in Poipu according to Trip Advisor
  • Walking distance to Poipu Beach, Brennecke Beach, and Shipwreck Beach
For more information go to www.villasatpoipukai.com or call (866) 407-0249
 
Kauai Inn
Step back in time to the Hawaii of yesterday. Tucked away on three tropical acres where the Nawiliwili Bay meets the Huleia River, this charming 48 unit plantation style Inn was the first on Kaua'i and retains a sleepy old world charm.
www.kauaiinn.com
 
Poipu Inn
Treat yourself to a special Poipu vacation at our award winning 1933 Historical Plantation Inn on Kauai's sunny south shore. Our charming Inn has over 20 years of aloha as a bed and breakfast serving friends returning to Hawaii year after year.
www.poipuinn.com
Kauai is the oldest of the major Hawaiian Islands and lies at the Northwest corner of the Hawaiian chain. The Island is 33 miles long and 25 miles wide with over 90 miles of coastline. Mt. Wai'ale'ale sits in the center of the island at 5,148ft and is known as the wettest spot on earth, with more then 450 inches...

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Kauai is the oldest of the major Hawaiian Islands and lies at the Northwest corner of the Hawaiian chain. The Island is 33 miles long and 25 miles wide with over 90 miles of coastline. Mt. Wai’ale’ale sits in the center of the island at 5,148ft and is known as the wettest spot on earth, with more then 450 inches of rain a year. Sitting in what once was the crater of the volcano is the Alaka’i Swamp, which is the highest elevation swamp in the world. At more then 13 miles across and covering 30 square miles in all, it feeds seven rivers that flow all different directions into the sea. One of these rivers is the Waimea River (meaning reddish water), which is the longest river in Hawaii and helped form The Waimea Canyon. The Canyon covers fourteen miles of the islands west side and is known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific. On the Northwest side of the island is the Famous NaPali. Carved by wind, rain and surf over millions of years these dramatic razor sharp cliffs and 3000-foot spires are simply amazing. One look at the NaPali and you’ll understand why the road doesn’t go all the way around the island. The population of the state of Hawaii is around 1.5 million and the number of full time residents on Kauai is approx. 58,000. Kauai is known as the Garden Island and the other Islands are known as,
 
  NI`IHAU
O`AHU
MAUI
HAWAI`I
MOLOKA`I
LANAI`I
KAHO`OLAW
E
  THE FORBIDDEN ISLAND
THE GATHERING PLACE
THE VALLEY ISLAND HAWAI`I
THE BIG ISLAND
THE FRIENDLY ISLAND
THE SECLUDED ISLAND
A SACRED ISLAND
 
         
When pronouncing the Hawaiian language you need to remember a few basic rules. The Hawaiian alphabet only consists of 13 letters, 5 vowels and 8 consonants. The vowels are A, E, I, O, U, but are pronounced
         
  A
E
I
O
U
  FATHER
EGG
FEET
BOAT
MOON
 
         
The consonants are H, K, L, M, N, P, W and the ` okina. The W can be pronounced W or V and actually will be pronounced differently in different parts of the islands. The okina ` is a glottal stop that occurs before vowels. If you say “Oh Oh” you can hear the break between the two “oh’s” right? That’s the `okina. Whenever you see the `okina it’s a signal to stop your voice and start again, or to `oki - cut off the sound so the next vowel will be distinct. Each consonant must be followed by a vowel and individual vowels must be pronounced.
         
Some Hawaiian words and phrases.
         
  Aloha
Mahalo
E Komo Mai
Pehea`oe?
Maika `I no au, Mahalo
Mahalo nui loa
Mai e`ai
Aloha a hui hou
Anela Kai
  Hello and Goodbye
Thank you
Welcome, come in
How are you?
I’m very well, thanks
Thanks very much
Come and eat
Goodbye until we meet again
Sea Angel
 
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