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Botanical Garden

This is a lovely garden with an impressive display of Kauai’s diverse flora and fauna on a drive from Koloa in the Lawai valley. Those interested in botanical sciences can find the scientific names for every plant along with the Hawaiian legends and folklore contributing to the nature.

Koloa Stevenson's Library

This is a must watch for those who appreciate a top – notch bar and the bar structure alone was built out of priceless and rare Koa wood. Tourist can enjoy the fabulous drink selections like the Scotches, Cognac and Port. This bar has featured as one of the most beautiful bars in the world in many magazines.

Plantation Days festival

The theme for 2008 Koloa Plantation Days 2008 held on Kauai’s south shore during the period from July 19 to July 27. Music, dance, costumes and food are the highlights of this nine day festival. Venue of the festival is where the first sugar plantation was founded in 1835 and the festival days are lively, family-oriented events showcasing the area’s local history and diverse cultural activities.

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