Top Choice Historic Site in Kalaheo

Lawaʻi International Center

Spiritual. Stirring. Enchanting. Such words are often used to describe this quiet place. Originally this was the site of a Hawaiian heiau; however, in 1904 Japanese immigrants placed 88 miniature Shingon Buddhist sh…
Top Choice Farm in Kalaheo

Kauaʻi Coffee Company

A short drive east of town on Hwy 540, the island's biggest coffee estate is planted with more than 4 million trees, producing about 60% of the state's entire crop. Around the back of the plantation store and visito…
Park in Kalaheo

Kukuiolono Park

Unless you’re staying in Kalaheo, you’ll miss this little park with a nine-hole golf course, modest Japanese garden, sweeping views and grassy grounds for strolling or running. Kukuiolono means ‘light of Lono,’ refe…