Located on the southern shores of Kauai County, Hawaii, the community of Koloa is blessed with warm Pacific waters and a strong sense of history.
Originally the site of the first successful sugar cane plantation in the Hawaiian Islands, it has now evolved into a sun-kissed getaway almost as far as one can get from busy Honolulu in the archipelago.
With a local population of just over 2,000 permanent residents, Koloa retains its place as a tourist hotspot on the southern shores of the island of Kauai. Beaches are the main attraction here and there are many to explore in the local area, including Koloa Landing, Poipu Beach, Lawa’i Beach, Kiahuna Beach, Baby Beach, and Shipwreck Beach. Old Koloa Town offers a taste of the area’s plantation history while catering to shoppers and diners. Lush and lovely outdoor spaces include Koloa Park, the Maha'ulepu Heritage Trail, and Allerton Garden.