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Anini Beach

Anini Beach is one of the most popular locations for snorkeling and family-friendly beach days. Thanks to one of the largest shallow fringing reef systems in the state, Anini Beach is moderately protected from large ocean swells and strong currents. This fragile reef is also responsible for a host of sea life, including diverse fish […]

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The Coconut Wireless

The Coconut Wireless is a medium of communication, specific to Kauai. Through the coconut wireless, dreams come true, desires are manifested, prayers are answered and blessings are bestowed. It is not tangible, however. There is no office, no operator, no website. The coconut wireless exists in the land, in the air, in the ocean and […]

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Holey Grail Donuts

Across the island of Kauai, a sacred tempo serenades each Sunday morning. It pulsates through ocean waves, trade winds and sun rays. It’s melodic, upbeat and groovy. It’s sweet, salty and chewy. Your senses don’t lie. It’s irresistible. As this curiously intriguing vibration draws you into its gravitational pull, you soon discover a pleasant surprise: […]

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3 Ways to Discovery Kauai’s Canoe Plants

Almost two millennia ago, canoes built of foreign forest sailed onto Hawaiian shores. It is the contents of these canoes that we now associate with Hawaiian culture: Polynesian voyagers, their symbolic art, and the plant allies they brought along with them. Little is known of Hawaii before this point in time. And so, in a […]

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Helpful Hawaiian Words and Phrases

The harmonious language of Hawaii is a direct reflection of its essence. Hawaii is a place where nature guides life, where weather and seasons and cycles are honored for their potent influence. This reverence is reflected in the language. Less letters mean less distractions. More vowels are the voice of the wind, sea and sun. […]

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