Hawaii beach house links to other sites
Our rates and availability calendar are updated regularly on our VRBO page.
Hookipa Aikane (home sharing friend) - a blog by Maui Innkeeper Cherie Attix on the island of Maui.
Hawaii bed and breakfast on Maui - The Hale Hookipa Inn is in the upcountry Hawaii rodeo meets new age art town of Makawao
Hawaii Vacations Information Blog - Informative blog on Hawaii including information from various Hawaiian islands, travel information, accommodations, and all things cool and Hawaiian.
Free Desktop Wallpaper - The home page of the Supak family features lots of pictures of Hawaii, organic gardening, and lots of fun and free stuff!
Hawaii Search - another meta site about Hawaii with links to practically every site about the state, sorted by island. A treasure trove of information about Hawaii.
Cooperstown NY restaurant - the Rose and Kettle is a gourmet restaurant in historic Cherry Valley, NY (in case you east coasters can't make it to Hawaii now).
Maui Weddings - get married on Maui! It can be surprisingly affordable.
Hana Maui Vacation Rental - a great vacation home near Hana on the east side or Maui.
Island Scooter Rentals - visit fabulous locations that can only be reached by bike trails! Mopeds are the best way to explore the island.
Kilauea Light House - the northernmost point of the main Hawaiian Islands. Built in 1913, it had the largest lens of its kind and guided ships heading to and from the Orient.
The Kauai Historical Society - producing a book on Tambi Larsen, whose work can be found in the Hale Kilo I'a.
Limahuli Gardens - a verdant tropical valley on the north shore, backdropped by the majestic Makana Mountain and overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
Princeville Resort - great for golf, spa, dining and cocktails at sunset.
Outdoor Activities and Adventures - Kayak, Bike & Zipline Tours
Best Luaus in Kauai - choose an unforgettable experience.
Blue Dolphin Charters – sailing, snorkeling, scuba diving, eco-tours.
Sport fishing - for the big game fisherman.
Whale Watching - on a raft!
Kauai Museum - the cultural sanctuary for the art and artifacts of Native Hawaiians.
Kilohana - an elegant reflection of a vanished age.
Wai‘oli Mission House - walk through this 160-year-old home and recapture the lives of the earliest missionaries in Kauai.
Koke'e Natural History Museum - a little museum with heart, which pioneered "eco-tourism" long before the word existed.
Coconut Marketplace - fabulous shopping and dining, and a free hula show.
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