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About Jill Chase
We love to travel as much as you do! We are over twenty-five years combined experience with timeshare rentals and are licensed brokers, so you can confidently reserve through us. We've visited dozens of countries and hundreds of resorts in search of the best vacations. Highly rated by the BBB and Dun and Bradstreet.
Jill Chase purchased this Resort in 2010
Why Jill Chase chose Poipu
These spacious villa are a vacation. Lush rainforests, aquamarine waters and mystical mountain back drops afford countless opportunities to explore the island's rich natural beauty. From here, you can spend your days relaxing or head out for all-day adventures. For a closer look at Kauai’s unique landscape, travel on horseback into the fertile valleys or along the coastline.
What makes this Resort unique
The resort is set amid awe-inspiring beauty and offers abundant outdoor recreation. Find just the right spot to soak up the rays and relax beneath the swaying palms. Or sample a full array of on-site daily activities that will help make this an unforgettable vacation for the whole family. Marriott's Waiohai Beach Club is a 2008 Travel Channel pick for America's Best Beach.
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South Shore is home to historic Old Koloa Town and the resort area of Poipu. With championship golf courses and exploring the Koloa Heritage Trail to learn more about Kauai’s history.
Visit the Spouting Horn blowhole. The Poipu surf channels into a natural lava tube here and releases a huge spout of water during large swells.
Ka Ala Hele Waiwai Hooilina o Koloa, or the Koloa Heritage Trail, is a 14-stop, self-guided 10-mile tour of the Koloa and Poipu area’s most important cultural, historical and geological sites, with plaques that explain each spot’s significance.
1. Spouting Horn Park - Famous south shore blowhole.
2. Prince Kuhio Park - Prince Kuhio, known as the “People’s Prince,” was born here in 1871.
3. Pau A Laka (Moir Gardens) - Botanical garden founded in the 1930s.
4. Kihahouna Heiau - Site of an ancient Hawaiian temple.
5. Poipu Beach Park - Popular beach home to endangered monk seals.
6. Keoneloa Bay - Home to some of Kauai’s oldest occupied sites (200-600 A.D.).
7. Hapa Road - Hawaiians have lived in this area since 1200 A.D.
8. Koloa Jodo Mission - Buddhist temple built in 1910.
9. Sugar Monument - Commemorates the site of Hawaii’s first sugar mill.
10. Yamamoto Store & Koloa Hotel - Former plantation-era mainstay from the 1920s. Note that these two businesses are now the present day Crazy Shirts and the South Shore Pharmacy respectively.
11. Koloa Missionary Church - The first Congregational church in Kauai.