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    Join the Party

    June 03

    During your stay at the Banyan Harbor Resort, you have the opportunity to eat, dance, and be whisked away by one of the most time-honored celebrations in Hawaii—the luau.

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    An Incredible View of Kauai

    May 06

    You don’t have to just imagine soaring through the air to explore the beautiful landscape of Kauai – simply book a helicopter tour! Mauna Loa Helicopter Tours offer private, hour-long flights for parties of 2 to 3 passengers. The party size limit ensures everyone gets a window seat to view the incredible geography of Kauai, including the gorgeous Na Pali Coast, Manawaiopuna (“Jurassic”) Falls, and Waimea Canyon. 

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    Zip Across Paradise

    April 01

    Take a quick 20-minute drive from Banyan Harbor Resort, and you and your family will be flying through the sky in no time at Skyline Eco Adventures Kauai Zipline Tour in Poipu. This two and a half hour tour will have you speeding by on eight different zip lines and getting the best views of the island. 

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    Beautiful Lydgate Beach Park

    March 04

    Only a beautiful, 12-minute drive from your luxurious accommodations at the Banyan Harbor Resort, Lydgate Beach Park offers up some of the best swimming, snorkeling, and all-around outdoor fun for you and your family to enjoy.

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    A View from the Top

    February 04

    Take a drive up the beautiful coast of Kauai and visit the incredible Kilauea Lighthouse and Wildlife Refuge. You and your family will be able to take in all of the gorgeous scenery the island has to offer as well as observe many different Hawaiian seabirds that nest and flourish within the refuge. 

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    A Hawaiian Musical Tradition

    January 07

    For a truly local experience, don’t miss out on the best live musical performance in beautiful Kauai – the traditional Hawaiian Slack-Key Guitar and Ukulele Concert in honor of musician Raymond Kane on Wednesday, January 30th from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. This family-friendly event invites guests to embrace the culture and music of Hawaii with songs celebrating its rich history and traditions.

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    Journey the Tasting Kauai Food Tour

    December 03

    Want to taste the true flavors and delights of Kauai? Embark on the Tasting Kauai Food Tour and you won’t be disappointed. Tasting Kauai offers three food tours every week that explore the North Shore, South Shore, and the East Side. On this tour, you will try foods in some of the most beautiful neighborhoods of Kauai, from one-of-a-kind specialty food stores to famous local restaurants and food trucks. As you indulge in delectables, your guide will give you an insider’s view into the unique history and culture of Kauai.

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    Sunsets and Seclusion at Polihale State Park

    November 05

    If you're looking for seclusion, sunsets, and starry nights, then Polihale State Park is the place to go. At Polihale you will find beautiful beaches, clear blue water perfect for swimming or fishing, and if you are looking to make your excursion an overnight trip, an opportunity to camp out.

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    Chasing the Waterfalls of Kauai

    October 01

    When in Kauai, you will definitely want to chase the waterfalls. With an array of spectacular natural wonders to choose from, it’s best you begin with the cream of the crop. You may recognize the famous Wailua Falls, as it was the backdrop for the popular TV show, Fantasy Island. It’s also no trek at all to get to this double-tiered waterfall; no hiking is required to reach the falls, and the parking lot is so close to it, that it actually overlooks the Wailua itself.

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  • plumeria flowers

    The History of Hawaii’s Most Popular Flower

    September 10

    Although it would seem that these bright and fragrant flowers originated from our very own volcanic islands, they were actually transported here in the 1860s by German botanist Wilhelm Hillebrand. Thanks to Hawaii's tropical climate and rich soil, the plumeria have been thriving ever since.

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