Kapaa- A Hidden Getaway in the Garden Isle

Hawaii is home to a lot of majestic tourist destinations, but apart from the multitude of spots that are very popular with tourists comes a hidden hideaway that can provide the same pleasure that popular destinations can offer. Kapaa, though not very famous has its own share of beauty that can entice every traveler seeking for a real relaxing getaway. Amidst coastal views and in-house tourist attractions, this charming small community in the county of Kauai will soon rise to be one the main vacation haven in this island.

The natural beauty of Kapaa is evident with the presence of the Makaleha Mountain and Opaekaa Falls. The picturesque sight one can explore is indeed something that will create a very memorable experience. Sightseeing as you sit in a nearby rock or bench is enough to provide a nostalgic feeling for the nature tripper type of traveler.

Are you traveling with your kids in tow? If you are then you can also feed the minds and eyes of your kids with the rich Hawaiian culture in a way that won’t spell boredom to them. Heading to the Kauai Children’s Discovery Museum will give them the experience that is kiddy yet knowledge-enriched. There they will be given the opportunity to learn about science, art, and culture in a way that is uniquely for kids of all ages. They will surely love the experience.

Moms, sisters and members of the traveling party will surely have the fun that shopping can provide. Gift shops as well as Kapaa bazaars offer a wide array of mixture of products from native to modern crafts and other novelties. And yes, antique lovers might also be lucky enough to find a collector’s item on one of these bazaars.

With the latest turnabout in the economy of Kapaa due to positive tourist acceptance, Kapaa has started to crawl up again after being so down caused by an unfortunate incident brought about by intensity 4 Hurricane Iniki. At present, this little quaint town in Kauai is slowly gaining its prestige as another vacation hideaway for most tourists heading to Hawaii.

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