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Visiting Kilauea Town – Amenities, Activities and Beaches on Kauai’s North Shore

Kilauea is home to some of the most exquisite luxury vacation rentals, scenic landmarks, and stunning beaches in Hawaii. Outside of these lavish retreats you will find a welcoming community of full-time residents residing in this idyllic town and area of Kilauea.

Kilauea, located on the northern coast of Kauai, has been noted as the Guava Capitol of the World. Ideal weather for enjoying the outdoors year-round. For the sports enthusiast activities in Kilauea include surfing, kayaking, snorkeling, diving, and hiking.

Kilauea Point

Kilauea Point is a remnant of a former volcanic vent. This scenic peninsula, 200-feet above sea level, is a must-see on your visit. It is now home to the Kilauea Lighthouse, a popular attraction among tourists.

Lighting the way for mariners since 1913, the 52-foot Kilauea Lighthouse was a beacon for traveling ships. Nearby is the Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge, established in 1985 it is a sanctuary for seabirds including frigates, shearwaters, the red-footed boobies, and the Laysan albatross nesting on the property.

Popular Kilauea Beaches

Popular beaches in Kilauea include Kalihiwai Bay Beach, Rock Quarries and Secret Beach. The rugged coastline exudes unparalleled beauty that is spectacular to any photographer.

Kalihiwai Bay Beach

That is me and my daughter under the waterfall~

Kilauea Town

The town of Kilauea is the heart and soul of this intimate community. It is here you will find many dining pleasures and unique retail shops. The Kilauea Fish Market and Kilauea Bakery & Pau Hana Pizza are local favorites. Kilauea Bistro will entertain you with delectable creations and local musicians.

Kilauea town is also the hub for:

  • The medical center
  • Pharmacy
  • Holistic doctors
  • Dentist
  • Post office
  • Neighborhood center
  • Park
  • Gymnasium

You will also find a Hawaii Life Real Estate Brokers office located in the historic stone building. Kilauea has both a public elementary school as well as a private school that goes from pre-K through high school. The list of what Kilauea has to offer is truly endless. With a variety of health food establishments, farmers markets, scenic adventures, botanical gardens, and even a mini golf course.

Kilauea Home and Land Prices

Current homes prices in Kilauea start at $475,000 and go up to $14,195,000. Vacant Land prices start at $289,000 for 7,920 sq. ft or $499,000 for just under 3 acres of vacant land and go up.

 

Kilauea, the town that embodies all that you could dream. Imagine the possibilities~

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Katie Minkus, R(BIC)

October 12, 2012

Aloha Carol… where is that waterfall?? I want to go next time I’m on island!!

Carol Andrews, REALTOR BROKER (B), SFR, ABR

October 12, 2012

Hi Katie-
Tucked away right in the heart of Kilauea! There are a few lucky people who’s home is on a street their backyard faces this view.

Katie Minkus, R(BIC)

October 12, 2012

Aloha Carol… where is that waterfall?? I want to go next time I’m on island!!

Carol Andrews, REALTOR BROKER (B), SFR, ABR

October 12, 2012

Hi Katie-
Tucked away right in the heart of Kilauea! There are a few lucky people who’s home is on a street their backyard faces this view.

Shaylyn Kimura

October 12, 2012

Love this blog, Carol! I love my hometown of Kilauea and am proud to say that my Caucasian family traces its roots to Kilauea back to the Kilauea Plantation days. “We Light the Way!”

Carol Andrews, REALTOR BROKER (B), SFR, ABR

October 12, 2012

You sure do! So fortunate to have your family all living here too…

Shaylyn Kimura

October 12, 2012

Love this blog, Carol! I love my hometown of Kilauea and am proud to say that my Caucasian family traces its roots to Kilauea back to the Kilauea Plantation days. “We Light the Way!”

Carol Andrews, REALTOR BROKER (B), SFR, ABR

October 12, 2012

You sure do! So fortunate to have your family all living here too…

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