Kauai Irrigation Trip Jan 2020
Come join Mountainland Supply on an unforgettable journey to the island of Kauai. Kauai has many hotels, resort complexes and some of the state's best golf courses. The landscape has also been protected by height restrictions—keeping buildings from towering over the coconut trees—and the interior of the island remains predominantly rural. As a result, it's the natural scenery that elicits the "Wows!" on Kauai.
Serious hikers should set aside an extra day or two just to hike Kauai's marvelous nature trails. Outdoor enthusiasts will also find challenging golf, whale-watching (December-March) and boat trips along the spectacular Na Pali Coast. It should be noted that some people—especially those who don't enjoy nature—may find Kauai dull, as shopping and nightlife are relatively limited.
Most of Kauai's attractions can be found in nature. Visitors won't want to miss the various overlooks along the coastal roads or a boat excursion along Na Pali Coast. Kayaking and boat trips along the Wailua River, the only truly navigable fresh waterway in Hawaii, and hiking in Waimea Canyon are also popular. The canyon is much smaller than the Grand Canyon, but it's still spectacular wilderness.
There is no typical weather forecast for Kauai, although it's safe to say that the sunniest conditions are generally found in the south and west sides of the island. Passing rains are common in the early mornings and late afternoon. Springtime is often very windy, and winters can be cool and rainy.
As with many parts of Hawaii, Kauai's climate varies according to location. The northern part of the island around Hanalei is the rainiest (about 45 in/114 cm per year), and Mount Waialeale is known as one of the wettest spots on Earth. The driest area is the western part (about 5 in/13 cm per year). Kauai has the gentle temperatures typical of Hawaii year-round, with highs in the upper 80s F/mid-20s C and lows in the mid-60s F/mid-teens C.
Kayak to a remote tropical rain forest, hike from to swimming holes and waterfalls where you'll swing like Tarzan into a pristine, freshwater pool, take in the spectacular views of film locations of famous in films like Jurassic Park and Raiders of the Lost Ark and have lunch in a tree hours with a zip line.
The Sheraton Kauai Resort follows in the footsteps of its Maui sibling, offering varied services tempered with high standards and a tropical, almost boutique, atmosphere that feels more personal than the big boys. The decor is contemporary with a Pan Pacific twist. The tropical styling here features lovely Hawaiian quilts, colorful Polynesian tapa cloth, and wonderful reproductions of ancient pottery, weapons and other evocative island bric-a-brac.
The trip will take place in March of 2020. Details of the actual dates will be announced soon.
You and a guest will enjoy:
Round-trip airfare to Kauai
6 Nights Accommodations at the Sheraton Kauai
A Welcome and Farewell Luau
1 Group Excursion still yet to be determined
*Limited to 1 set of Kauai Trips per Peak Rewards period per customer. Approval from Mountainland Management must be made before reservations can be made. In addition to points needed a customer must be in good standing with regards to credit, as well as other factors could jeopardize your approval to go on the trip. Irrigation customers may combine 2018 and 2019 points in order to qualify for the January 2020 trip.
How to redeem your points for the Kauai Irrigation Trip:
Contact your local Mountainland Sales Representative after January 1st, 2019 to let them know you’d like to redeem your Peak Rewards points for the Kauai Irrigation Trip. Your Mountainland Sales Representative will provide you with your tickets and itinerary. NO CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 18 WILL BE ALLOWED ON THIS TRIP.
***CUSTOMER MUST GIVE A MINIMUM OF 3 MONTHS NOTICE IF CANCELING THEIR RESERVATION FOR THIS PEAK REWARD. CUSTOMER AGREES TO BE CHARGED THE FULL AMOUNT OF PEAK REWARDS POINTS AS IF THEY HAD ATTENDED IF THEY DO NOT GIVE 3 MONTHS NOTICE. ***