Puu Poa 306 is located at 5454 Ka Haku Road in Princeville adjacent the Princeville St. Regis Hotel on the North Shore of Kauai. It is situated on an ocean bluff overlooking Hanalei Bay and the Majestic Mountains and Bali Hai made known by the 1958 film South Pacific.

 

Kauai is the northernmost and oldest island of the 7 major islands that comprise the Hawaiian Island Chain.  Called the Garden Isle, Kauai is an intimate island that juxtaposes the dramatic cliffs of the Na Pali coast line to the rain forests of the North Shore, pristine white sand beaches, crystalline coral reef aquatic habitats, world class surf, traditional sugar cane and coffee plantations and the dramatic Waimea Canyon, often called the Grand Canyon of the Pacific.  Early morning showers cleanse the island, refresh the 7 island rivers and feed the diverse rain forest and vast botanical heritage that includes over 5,000 species of plants and flowers.  Kauai also has Hawaii’s only navigable river, the Wailua River.  Take a 20 minute boat ride to visit Fern Grotto or go kayaking or water skiing.  Kauai offers spectacular sightseeing of immensely diverse nature.