Posted by: kauaikolea2 | September 6, 2014

Autumn on Kauai in an Affordable Luxury Kauai Vacation Condo


 

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Come October or November, this could be you!  Or would you rather be raking leaves?

While we love Kauai all year round, we must admit that the traditional autumnal months of September, October, and November are special on Kauai.  This time is often referred to by the travel industry as the “shoulder season” — the time between the summer vacationers and the winter get-away guests.

But Kauai is wonderland of adventure even during the autumn.  Our 60 beaches are always open; snorkeling, swimming, kayaking, and sunbathing are constant options.  The farmers’ markets (at least one per day somewhere on island) are filled with tropical bounty, much of it organically  grown, all of it freshly picked or harvested.  Local fresh vegetables may be winding down at your hometown farmers’ market, but not here on Kauai.  Zip lining, luaus, hiking, botanical gardens, heiaus …the list of things to do and things to see is almost endless and seasonless.

If you are a mainlander, heading to Kauai for September, October, or November extends your summer.  Back home you would be raking leaves, piling up firewood, or airing the mothball smell from the heavy wool sweaters.  On Kauai, you could be looking for beach glass and puka shells, learning how to hula or play the ukulele, trying standup paddle boarding, or biking along the new coastal bike path.  You can enjoy tropical trade winds and a late night dinner on the lanai of your rental or the lanai of one of many of the great restaurants on Kauai (outdoor dining all year round is a given here on island and we have fabulous restaurants).

Come, stay with us at one of affordable luxury Kauai vacation condos. We have Kauai vacation rental condos at Islander on the Beach, Kauai Beach Resort, and Kapaa Sands Resort, that sleep 1, 2, 3, or 4 in double, queen, or king beds.  You can book safely and securely on line at any time at our website: www.hulanow.com.

You know you would rather be raking through the sand looking for shells than raking that endless pile of leaves!  We look forward to welcoming you to our ohana and showing you our brand of warm Aloha.

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