- The Amazing Koa tree (Native Hawaiian Acacia)
- Royal Hawaiian Ebony and Rosewood Canopy Bed.
- Ocean Voyage to Niihau
- Try the Shave Ice in Lawai at The Fresh Shave…So Good!
- Historic Kukui’ula Harbor & Beach
- Fridays Art Night in Hanapepe!
- Koloa Farmer's Market
- Poipu Beach Night Life (Kauai)
- Kalalau Rim Hike
Historic Kukui’ula Harbor & Beach
April 9, 2015
Kukui’ula Harbor is a historic Kauai gem on the way to Spouting Horn on Lawai Beach Road (Lawai Rd.) In the early 1900′s, it was used for an important sampan harbor for the local Island fishing industry. “Kukui’ula” in Hawaiian means “kukui fire” or light, as the oil from the indigenous kukui nut was used to to provide light for the fishing vessels to find their way back at night.
One of the most treacherous boat ramps on the Island due to incoming surf
The Harbor hasn’t changed much over the years. With a ring of small beaches lining it’s sides and the clear blue ocean water, it provides a laid-back recreational haven for locals and visitors alike.
With sprawling lawn and beach and plenty of parking spots, local outrigger canoe clubs use this area to launch tours and races.
Sunsets cruises on a catamaran, snorkeling, shoreline fishing, diving, and sun-bathing! This harbor has it all.