Lāola Nani, the newest offering at Timbers Kaua‘i, feature an elevated contemporary style and sweeping ocean views from the two-story townhomes. Our team has worked closely with locally- and family-owned Aspire Furniture to furnish our stunning model homes with inspired design and aloha.
Entering the Kaua‘i Museum’s doors is truly like being transported in time. A hybrid of cultural and natural history, visitors are invited to experience the evolution of Kaua‘i and Ni‘ihau on their own, or with the friendly and knowledgeable guidance of the staff.
February is the official Hawaiian Language Month, and we celebrate ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian Language) Month with a variety of events, sharing information across social media, and by providing resources to our Owners and guests.
These purposefully-chosen plants were used to sustain navigators on the journey and selected with the intention of propagating crops and preserving culture at their next destination. Canoe crops are now a fundamental part of Hawaii’s intricate ecosystem, culinary scene, medicine, and culture.
From Elvis Presley plucking away under a bright Hawaiian moon, to Hawaii’s own Israel Kamakawiwo’ole aka Bruddah IZ singing his iconic “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” Hawaiian music’s instrument of choice has certainly been deemed the ukulele. However, this cultural staple actually originated on a small tropical island southwest of Portugal.