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How to Visit Haena State Park and Kalalau

Kauai’s north shore, with its quaint villages, winding roads over single-lane bridges, and pristine beaches, will transport you to a place and time reminiscent of old Hawaii. At the end of the road, Haena State Park is home to Ke’e Beach and is also the starting point for both the Hanakapiai beach and waterfall trail and the Kalalau Trail. Haena State Park is open daily from 7 am to 6:45...

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Local Food You Must Try While on Kauai

Every savvy traveler knows that the best way to get an authentic experience in a destination is to go where the locals go and eat what the locals eat.  Staying in a vacation rental over a traditional hotel has made living like a local on Kauai even more accessible. Kauai residents love to eat.  Back in the plantation days, the Japanese, Filipino, Chinese, Korean, Portuguese and Hawaiian workers would gather...

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