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Vacation Rental Price Information on Kauai Island
The graph shows the average rental prices for the next twelve months on Kauai Island. The most expensive week to book a rental on Kauai Island is in February (2/1 - 2/8). The cheapest week to book a vacation rental is in November (11/9 - 11/16).
Rental Availability Information on Kauai Island
Have a look at the above graph to see the global availability of vacation rentals on Kauai Island. The busiest time to book a rental on Kauai Island so far is in December (12/21 - 12/28), where only 25% rentals are available. Conversely, it is in October (10/26 - 11/2) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
The Weather on Kauai Island
Find the Kauai climate diagram. On average, the warmest month is September. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 19° low. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is January.
Embrace laid-back Hawaiian life with vacation rentals on Kauai
Kauai, the oldest island in the Hawaiian archipelago, has a long, rich history that intrigues visitors from the moment they set foot on the island. From the historical statue of Captain Cook to the lush, flower and waterfall-filled forests, Kauai is full of charm that will make you want to come back for more. There are many flights to the island from major airports, while Kauai vacation rentals combine luxury with affordability for the ultimate relaxation experience. From the moment you get out of the plane, you know you are in for a lot of outdoor fun and interesting discoveries. For those travelling in groups or with family, booking a private vacation home offers you the highest level of privacy and freedom.
If you ask any local what their favourite drink on a hot summer is, chances are they would tell you it’s shave ice. Coming in different flavours and colours, shave ice is a local delicacy that you can find virtually anywhere on the island, from upscale restaurants to street stands. The Fresh Shave in Poipu has hand-cranked shave ice that comes in various all-natural syrup flavours such as chai tea and cream, brew coffee, or roasted coconut flakes.
For a food adventure, head over to Kapa’a street where you can find a delicious meal for almost any budget. For a hearty breakfast, Art Cafe Hemingway is not a bad choice. For the best burger in town, head over to Street Burger, an upscale restaurant that serves the grass-fed beef Wailua Burger topped with pineapple spam, and mouthwatering truffle fries as a side.
If you are wine-savvy, the Koloa Rum Company has a Tasting Room that is open daily from 10:30 am. The local rum is made from locally-grown ingredients such as pineapple, coconut, sugar, or coffee. Pick up a bottle or two as fantastic reminders of an awe-inspiring trip.
Kauai: An island with an intriguing history
Being the oldest island in the Hawaiian archipelago, Kauai has a rich history that spans several centuries. The Kilauea Lighthouse is a historic site that offers amazing views over the Pacific Ocean. Standing at 52 ft. tall, the lighthouse has been a beacon for passing ships since 1913. Many photographers come here for mesmerising shots over Kauai´s rugged north coast.
If there is an old town that has the most historical significance, it should be Waimea Town. It was here that Captain James Cook, the brave British explorer, set foot on Hawaii for the first time in 1778. To honour him, villagers have set up a statue in his name that stands proudly till this day.
Visit the Waioli Mission House and Waioli Huiia Church to learn about the missionary history on the island since the 1830s, or sign up for the Koloa Heritage Trail which offers a 14-stop, 10-mile tour of all important sites in Poipu and Koloa, including the Sugar Monument sculpture that commemorates the first sugar mill on the island.
Nightlife in Kauai
Kauai is not an obvious place for partying, but that doesn’t mean you can't have fun come sundown. Duke’s Barefoot Bar is located right on the beach, has live music, excellent drinks, and an open-air barefoot concept that guarantees a lot of dancing and mingling.
For an authentic dining experience, head over to Keoki's Paradise where you will be served local vegetables, freshly caught fish, and juicy steaks. This open-air establishment is a frequent meeting point for those who want to dine, socialize, or simply have a drink. During the weekends, live Hawaiian tunes are played till late midnight, and many patrons love to dance to the intoxicating rhythms.
Plenty of Outdoor Activities in Kauai
Trekking in the midst of Kauai's beautiful nature is pure joy. Waimea Canyon State Park, named as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, is a 14 mi. long and 3,600 ft. deep canyon that offers breathtaking views over Pu'u Hinahina and Pu'u Ka Pele.
A challenging path that leads you through the beautiful landscapes of Kauai is the Kalalau Trail. Hikers take this 11 mi. path to the Na Pali Coast where you can get a permit to camp overnight. Known as one of the most dangerous trails in the world, the Kalalau Trail has narrow paths that zigzag through valleys and the famous Crawler’s Ledge.
Snorkelers especially love Tunnels Beach, located on the north shore of the island. Visit for the amazing marine life which can be observed in crystal clear waters.
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