Be Carefree in Kilauea
Imagine traveling to a little corner of Hawaii where the mountain breeze provides constant relief and when it rains, it rains only briefly. A single highway weaves along the coastline, promising to take you to any number of hidden beaches and stunning scenic overlooks, and just in case you need to buy a toothbrush or pick up some fresh pineapple, there’s a shop and a fruit stand just down the way. All of this and more give the historic town of Kilauea the qualifications you certainly seek in a vacation destination, so start making it happen in more than just a hypothetical way.
Trail rides through the mountainous landscape, deep-sea fishing trips and lounging on the beach are a few ways to get the vacation momentum going. Keep things moving along by stopping by the Lighthouse Bird Sanctuary or check out Guava Kai Plantation, which harvests about 10 million pounds of juicy and delectable fruits every year. Take a wildlife tour led by a professional biologist, and then banish any remaining stress by booking a soothing full body massage at the Ayurveda spa.
As you can see, Kilauea is not just a dream. The town may fit the adjective “quaint” but the landscape is nothing short of spectacular - and Kauai’s other fabulous finds are well within reach. This means staying in a vacation cottage will provide the privacy you crave along with an element of convenience you might not expect in a far-flung and exotic place like this. All in all, narrowing your focus to this little piece of paradise will certainly have its perks, and it can all be found well within the realm of reality.