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The 50-foot catamaran "Leila" will get you to the action quicker than anybody else, so you have more time to snorkel, sightsee, relax and enjoy the pristine waters and spectacular cliffs of Kauai’s Napali Coast, and the only tour available to the “forbidden island” of Niihau.
For more information call (808) 335-0815 or visit their website: www.holoholokauaiboattours.com
Humpback whales return to Kauai from November to April, so plan accordingly
Winners may pick up prizes at Tire Warehouse, Lihue, Kauai, 3028 Aukele Street, on Wednesday, December 4, 2013 from 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Call Lorraine Wichman (808) 651-7866 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Shipping is available anywhere in the world and rates will vary. For information regarding shipping contact Lorraine Wichman.
Hui O Laka, founded in 1952, its core service is the operation of the Kokee Natural History Museum. Today, Hui O Laka now provides and supports a wide variety of education and stewardship programs, heightening a sense of place by looking to the past, enriching the present, and conserving and restoring for the future. Hui O Laka is a small non-profit who has always kept the Kokee Natural History Museum open 365 days a year to visitors and locals alike, at no cost to the State of Hawaii, for 60 years. Its main source of income is donations at the door, memberships, grants and sales of souvenirs and gifts in their museum.
The Kokee Museum provides information on a daily basis about these beautiful upland parks. Information about the hikes, weather, plants, trees, camping facilities, historic background, hunting, fishing, lookouts and sponsors festivals, educational excursions for schools and volunteers for community projects.
Hui o Laka
P.O. Box 100
Kekaha, HI 96752
Hui o Laka illuminates, celebrates, and nurtures the essence of Koke’e, engaging all in a spirit of appreciation and service.
In order to nurture a mutually beneficial connection between people and K?ke’e, a globally significant and locally cherished place with rich natural and cultural diversity, Hui o Laka provides and supports a wide variety of publicly accessible interpretive and stewardship programs, heightening a sense of place by looking to the past, enriching the present, and conserving and restoring for the future.