The Royal Coconut Coast is aptly named,  because of the amazing stands of large coconut trees that cover the landscape, and much of the area was originally reserved only for the ali’i or royalty in the Hawaiian kingdom. Today, beautiful white sandy beaches, lush green mountains and valleys, and consistently warm weather year-round attract travelers from all over the world. The Royal Coconut Coast has become a popular visitor destination because of its central location, beauty, rich history, culture, sense of community, a half dozen beach parks and variety of activities for the whole family.

“Kapa‘a Town named Trazee Travel’s Favorite Beach Town on Kaua’i!”

From Wailua to Kealia, the east side of Kauai offers accommodations for both the budget traveler and those wanting a more full-service resort experience. Couples, groups and the entire family can find something perfect to do here. Whether it’s a leisurely day at the beach, enjoying a massage, or an exhilarating day golfing, bike riding, kayaking, SUP, zipline, mountain tubing, or working out; add great shopping, wonderful food, and entertainment. You will find lots of options for choosing to stay or visit Kauai’s Royal Coconut Coast.

Where is Kauai’s Royal Coconut Coast?

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