When to visit Kauai

When should I visit the marvelous Hawaiian island of Kauai? A good question with quite the easy answer and that is simply anytime you wish. Why?  Because the weather is pretty much the same throughout the whole year.

Temperature

In the winters, it is usually a 70 in temperature, while in the summers you should expect an 80. Kauai is wetter in atmosphere compared to the other islands and it is considered one of the wettest places in the world. The wettest areas in the island are in the north and east coast, which are referred to as the windward side. The drier areas are the south and west, but it is no dessert, the island is full green all around. It is called ‘The Garden Island’ after all. This wetness is more prominent in the winter, from November to March. This is also time of whale migration and you can be lucky enough to spot them through the waters. Be sure to check out tours, boats or groups who dedicate to whale watching so you can be sure to have your own chance. Yet it is this wetness that helps to aid Kauai in its beauty, providing it its lush green, colorful fauna with diversity and graceful waterfalls. It helps to give a great amount of life and just the island paradise we all expect to stay forever and having our needed relaxation.

Rain

Being the northernmost island in Hawaii, it means it receives more rain than what the mainland does. Luckily, they are quick and in no time you will see the sun shining splendidly. Only a storm of some sort can bring prolonged times of rain and bad weather. To be sure to not catch some of these wild storms, check the local weather forecast and let it help you plan an appropriate time without much worries for the weather. When you do, do not follow the ones dedicated for all of Hawaii as the downpours in Kauai can be very different from the main island. Find one that centers in Kauai and do not be disappointed to see rain every day in the forecast. As mentioned, they are brief, perhaps only a couple of minutes and then you can dedicate to spending a good quality time. Rest assured, the beach areas receive less of these pours. The ocean waters will be comfortable, perfect for a swim, scuba diving and even surfing. Learn more.

Conclusion

Deal wise, the best are found from April to May, as well as September to December. The busiest time is Christmas which means doubling to the prices. During spring and fall you have less visitors, which in turns means less crowds and that means the prices dwindle as well. If you still want an exact answer to the question you came here with, then from all these acquired information, we can pinpoint April, May, August, September and October as the best times to visit. Now you can plan appropriately to your taste, time and needed time to unwind. To find out more, check out https://koloalandingresort.com/resort-amenities/

THINGS TO SEE, DO, ABSORB ON KAUAI

ABSORB ON KAUAI

Aloha! We have finally have decided on our perfect holiday destination, Kauai but now we have to pick the best Kauai beach resort that will help us get the most out of our holiday.

Where to Stay on Kauai

It’s an island, it doesn’t matter where we stay, you might think to yourself. It does matter; the last thing you want to do on your long awaited for holiday is waste time driving from point A to point B. It is very important to pick one of the many Kauai hotels to fit your needs. Let’s begin with a quick geographic lesson of the island of Kauai; we can focus our attention on the costal shorelines: on the northern coastline we can find the rainiest part of Kauai, as it is near to the Napali coast, it is good location for hiking. Now the West side of the island, is the old whaling town of Waimea and Hanapepe Town, in the area there are many towns and villages, many of the best Kauai resorts, and the Waimea canyon. Now, moving on to the East Coast, we have many famous waterfalls, fern grottos, and a quaint little town called Kapaa Town, that is great for shopping, also many wonderful Kauai beach resorts are in that area. The South shore of Kauai is the renowned spouting horn, and the beautiful Poipu beach, that has some of the best hotels in the world. In this article, we will explain what there is to see, do and absorb on Kauai and we tell what part of the island it is on, so you can decide what part of the island you would prefer to stay at in our Kauai Beach resort.

See on Kauai

One of the most photographed places in Kauai is found on the south shore, is the Spouting Horn; the waves go under the lava rock and spit up like a horn blowing water.

On the north shore, if you are the adventurous type, hike the Napali trail to see the breathtaking beauty of the Napali coastline; this is on the bucket list of millions. But don’t dismay if you aren’t the adventurous type, you can fly over or take a boat along the coast to experience the breathtaking beauty. Also along the north shore, there are many places to hop on a boat and go whale watching. On the east side, you can find Opaekaa Falls, which you can see from the road. The west shore, there is the spectacular Waimea Canyon, which is often called the Grand Canyon of the Pacific. These are all must see’s in Kauai, but make sure your Kauai Resort is nearby.

Do on Kauai

There is so much to see and do in Kauai, but something is number one in all of our TO DO lists, to beach bumming, so it would be wise to check online and see what options the Kauai beach resorts offer for beach access and beaches. Do go shopping on the east shore; in the Kaapa town and buy some milk chocolate covered macadamia nuts. You must go get selfie’s in the quaint little Hanapepe Town, often called “Kauai’s biggest little town” that is located on the west coast. Do go for a swim or two at America’s best beach, Poipu Beach Park located on the south shore. Also do go experience one of the many famous hula shows near Poipu Beach.

Absorb on Kauai

Depending where you are on the island, sit on the beach, watch the sunrise or sunset and absorb the tranquility and beauty of life. On the east coast, walk into the beautiful fern grotto and enjoy the majestic colors. At your Kauai Beach Resort, sit on the balcony of your room and drink a mai tai while munching on Taro chips. Walk barefoot on the beach, sit and listen to the waves,softly crashing on the shoreline, without a care or worry in your mind. The key is to just enjoy your holidays and staying at one of the many high quality Kauai resorts will allow you to absorb the essence of Kauai.

We wish you the best holiday, possible in breathtaking Kauai and check out a deal online to get a car rental included in the rental of your Kauai Beach Resort. Mahalo! For more info: http://koloalandingresort.com/