temple, Poipu Beach Park, and Keoneloa Bay. The ten miles of trail can be visited piecemeal during your vacation, as each attraction is worth taking you time to enjoy the experience. Poipu Beach Park on the south shore is home to endangered Monk Seals and is considered one of the best beaches in the area for families.
Fun Variety of Activities
Shopping and dining can be found close to your timeshare in the old downtown of Koloa. This is also one of the places to go if you want live music, dancing, and drink specials after sundown. Nightly activities in the area may include visiting some of the beachside tiki bars, watching the sunset from a Pacific sunset cruise.
Daytime activities include golfing, sailing, scuba diving, and bird watching. Many of the marine and land animals are on the endangered species list, and the sanctuaries around town offer them a safe place to live.
When to Visit Koloa
The busiest time of year to visit a Koloa timeshare is from December through March. The warm weather, bright sunshine, and only moderate amounts of rainfall are perfect for travelers, especially compared with winter weather back home. Travel declines to its slow season from April through June, and again from September through November, with a second brief peak in late summer from July through August. The 10-day Koloa Heritage Festival in July is one of the busiest times of year simply because so many people enjoy the celebrations and make a point of coming back for it every summer.
Koloa's roots date back to the sugar plantations of the 19th century, and when you are not at the beach or shopping in the historic downtown, you'll want to take a tour of some of the old plantations. A guided tour will give you all the information you could want on how the sugar industry changed the economy of the island forever, while also creating the multi-cultural community which still calls the city home and celebrates that heritage every July. With a Koloa timeshare, you will also find yourself growing close to the beautiful town and its inhabitants, and wishing to return for another visit each time you leave.