Koloa, Hawaii, features many luxurious resorts and hotels, Kihahouna Heiau; an ancient temple, and the Puuwanawana Volcanic Cone; which is the volcano that birthed the city. Guests can visit the Koloa Heritage Trail to enjoy a nature hike, St. Raphael Church, which is the oldest church in the area, and the Lawai Beach, which is one of the best places to snorkel in the area.
Other attractions include the Art House Hawaii, which displays pieces from local artists, and the Halele'a Gallery, which features local works from jewelry makers and fashion designers. The Koloa Zipline is a popular choice for outdoor enthusiasts, and features several lines that run over 1,000 feet.
Since the island is small, it is easy to navigate the roadways via a car rental. Taxis are also available to rent, and the Kauai Bus from Lihue is another public transportation option. Most guests fly into the Lihue Airport (LIH), which is located on the popular island of Kauai, and is only a short drive away.
Koloa is a popular choice because it is a tropical paradise that experiences little weather variations throughout the year. The summer season begins in April and ends in October, and average temperatures range from 70 to 80 degrees year-round. Most of the island’s storms occur in the winter months, and there is minimal rainfall during the summer.