Posted by: kauaikolea2 | September 17, 2013

Columbus Day Leaf Peeping on Kauai? ONO! Kauai Vacation Condo Special!


For many people on the mainland, the Columbus Day 3-day weekend is the perfect time to go “leaf peeping“, especially in the New England states of Vermont, Maine, and New Hampshire. The riot of reds, yellows, browns, and greens, often reflected in ponds and lakes, is something to behold. In Japan, leaf peeping is called “monijigari” attesting to the popularity of beautiful scenery.

If your Columbus Day weekend plans (this year, October 12 to October 14) don’t include Vermont and woolen sweaters, you may wish to come over to Kauai and peep at our leaves. Kauai is the Garden Isle, and you must experience its lush foliage sometime in your life. Plants that you recognize as houseplants, small and contained on the mainland, often are found here, too. But huge, with leaves big enough to use as placemats! Foliage grows every where, up the traffic signs, across telephone wires, with vines on tree trunks and flowers no matter which direction you look. So, come leaf peeping on Kauai this October! And after a day of exploring, relax in one of our affordable luxury condos. We have several options for you and we can accommodate families (4 people in 2 beds) or couples (queen or king beds). We pride ourselves on our excellent customer service and the fact that we have no hidden fees, like resort amenity fees. If you book now and stay with us in October 2013, we will provide you with a discount code for the room rate. Just let us know that you are leaf peepers! Please see all our beautiful Kauai vacation condos at You can book safely and securely on line and soon you too will be leaf peeping….but without the woolen sweater!

hawaiian plants


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