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Old Koloa Town

Beneath the shade of monkeypod trees, the red clapboard downtown strip of Old Koloa Town welcomes visitors to a bygone era, the former site of Koloa Plantation. Founded in 1835 by New England missionaries, Koloa was the largest sugar plantation in a statewide industry credited with encouraging immigrants from around the world to make Hawaii home. Today the strip—accessed through a mile-long tree tunnel of towering eucalyptus—is a tiny community of gift shops, ice cream parlors, galleries and restaurants, each with a building plaque describing its original purpose on the plantation.

Besides shopping there’s the Old Koloa Jodo Mission, a still-functioning Buddhist temple originally founded to serve the Japanese immigrant community; a semi-circular bronze sculpture depicting plantation workers; an old stone chimney left over from one of the plantation buildings; and the Koloa History Center set back along the Waikomo Stream running through downtown.

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Excursión de un día a Kauai: Cañón de Waimea, el río Wailua desde Oahu

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Volará desde Oahu a Kauai para explorar la belleza natural de la frondosa isla, incluido el famoso cañón panorámico Waimea, apodado ...  Más información

  • Ubicación: Waikiki, Oahu
  • Duración: 15 horas
  • Idioma: Inglés
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