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Top 10 Kauai Activities

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Kauaʻi is known for its slow pace. Here, there are no freeways and only a handful of luxury resorts. There are no bars that keep drinks flowing late into the night. Heck, there aren’t even any buildings taller than a coconut tree. But while Kauai is thoroughly laid-back, there is still plenty to do. From snorkeling off the Na Pali Coast to tubing through irrigation canals, here are the top ten Kauai activities.

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Nicaragua Surf Trips

Nicaragua Surf Trip

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Nicaragua Surf Trip – Colorados, Panga Drops, Rancho Santana, Mag Rock

Our pampered family-style surf trip

We’ve literally been thinking about this spot for decades.  Ever since we saw photos of an infinity pool pouring directly into what looks like perfect warm-water beach break waves.  When a number of Maui families were heading down there, and we got the invite, we couldn’t pass it up.

Background:  I’ve been to both El Salvador and Costa Rica before, so I’ll be using these neighbors to compare our experiences.

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Upcountry Maui Rice Park

5 Things to do in Upcountry Maui

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There is so much to do on Maui including beaching, snorkeling, eating, surfing, and m0re! However, these areas can get crowded from time to time and you may just want to get away from it all. A visit to Upcountry Maui will help you to get above it all. The areas of Makawao, Haiku, Kula, Pukalani, and Ulupalakua make up the Upcountry region of Maui and are home to amazing hikes, beautiful waterfalls, and bicoastal views that will etch their way into your memory.  Get more of a local feel for the island with these 5 Things To Do In Upcountry Maui.

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Trending in Hawaii Now: 2021

By | Big Island, Hawaiian Islands, Kauai, Maui, Oahu | 2 Comments

What’s Hot in Hawaii—2021

You scroll through your Twitter feed for breaking news, peruse Facebook for the latest on your friends and family, pore over pics on Instagram, even get Google alerts on your most lusted-after bands.

In other words, you like to be in the know—and you’re keen on putting the now into that knowledge.

2021 Hawaii trends

And whether you’re planning a 2022 vacation in Hawaii or have lived here your whole life, chances are that your thirst for knowledge extends to the 50th state. You want to know what’s happening and trending within our islands. Read More