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Farmer’s Markets Review

One of the best parts of visiting Kauai is the incredible food. The restaurants and eateries on the island range from traditional Hawaiian fare to international cuisine. The area even has its own unique street food scene. However, if you want a taste of the freshest food Kauai has to offer while also taking in

Kauai Sand Festival

Kauai Sand Festival in Hanalei Bay

Kauai is surrounded by gorgeous beaches. What’s the perfect activity to do while you’re relaxing near the water and enjoying the warm weather? Building a sandcastle! The Kauai Sand Festival, held in Hanalei Bay, is a celebration of creativity, togetherness, and fun. It’s Hawaii’s only sand sculpture festival and is always loads of fun. Participants

Wine Testing Festival on Kauai

Wine Tasting Event

Kauai has a number of organizations, groups, and nonprofits that give back to the local community in many important ways. One such organization is the Aloha School. This nonprofit early learning center created a program focused strongly on academics while also instilling traditional Hawaiian cultural and moral values into its students. The Aloha School relies

Koloa Plantation Days Rodeo

Many know Hawaii for its incredible scenery, tropical weather, and fresh fare, but not many outside of the state know about its long rodeo history. The sport has been huge in Hawaii for well over a hundred years, and Hawaiian paniolo — cowgirls and cowboys — still compete to this day, making a name for

Nature Connects Art with Lego Bricks

This summer the Island of Kauai will host a groundbreaking art show at McBryde Garden: Nature Connects. A collaboration between Lego and artist Sean Kenney, this exhibit is sure to impress. Kenney has created 14 sculptures that depict the wonders and beauty of nature using just Lego bricks.Kenney used 370,000 individual pieces to create his latest

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