Seawall Update II (2/15/2015)
The County of Kauai has advised that they are getting closer to starting the seawall repair project. It is likely that they will be using a portion of the beach front area of the Pono Kai property (in front of A-C buildings) as a temporary detour for the beach front path. We anticipate that the project will begin on September 8 and once it’s started, will take approximately 60 days to complete. We will be working with the County of Kauai to make this much needed project as convenient as possible for our
owners and guests..
Thank you for your patience.
Hawaii’s waterways are ripe for exploring by kayak—whether you prefer to meander down sleepy waterways through dense green jungle, visit waterfalls, take a leisurely morning paddle through the calm clear waters of a bay, or experience an adventurous jaunt alongside rugged sea cliffs.
We asked our trusty HAWAII Magazine Facebook ohana to share their favorite paddling spots on our Facebook page. Hundreds of you responded to our question: “What’s your favorite Hawaii place for kayaking?” Popular places to dip paddles—like Hawaii Island’s reef-filled Kealakekua Bay, Oahu’s legendary North Shore and the waters beyond the golden sands of Maui’s Makena Beach—didn’t quite make the cut. You’ll have to read on to learn what did! Read More…