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Things to do for History Buffs in Poipu, Hawaii 

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    National Tropical Botanical Gardens

    11 reviews

    This is a great take! Imagine yourself living in the gorgeous place.

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    Po'ipu Beach County Park

    21 reviews

    A nice beach for hanging out and swimming. Good for kids, with a reef offshore creating a nice protected swimming area. Not as scenic as the north shore beaches (what is) but a good swimming spot on the south shore.

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    Poipu Kauai hawaii

    17 reviews

    Poipu is perhaps the most popular tourist destination on Kauai, with the Wailua river area and Hanalei Bay a close second. It is on the sunny side of the island, with beaches, a village for shopping and dining, and where a cluster of hotels and condos provide a variety of accommodations.

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    Maha'ulepu

    6 reviews

    Getting to Maha'ulepu is half the fun! It is a bumpy, dusty ride but well worth the effort. Pack a lunch and drinks and enjoy the beauty of this beach.

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    Luau at the Sheraton Kauai Resort

    3 reviews

    This is a smaller luau offering very good dancing and Polynesian entertainment. While many luaus can feel stale and impersonal, this felt somewhat refreshing with fantastic dancing, a smaller venue, and local artisans showcasing their talents and wares. The food was very good, although the deserts were unoriginal. Real leis could be purchased with a premium seating option. Our standard ...

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    Shipwrecks

    1 review

    Shipwrecks beach… where the most people get married on Kaua'i.

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    Prince Kuhio Park

    1 review

    slightly down and across from this park is prince kuhio beach. Nice for snorkeling. Bring split toe tropical wetsuit booties for foot protection here and/or fins. (O'neill brand superfreak split toe bootie)

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    Honolua Surf Co

    1 review

    This is your typical tourist trap surf shop. However its located very conveniently to several major hotels and has everything from Hawaiian swag to rash guards. So if you need something that you forgot for your time to play in the surf, the pricing isn't any higher than a quicksilver, rip curl, or billabong shop. The set up is mainly ...

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    Mahaulepu Beach

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