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  • Coastal Nature Trail

    A 1.5-mile-long paved beach walk allows you to stroll among Wailea's prettiest properties, restaurants, and rocky coves. The trail teems with joggers in the morning hours. The makai, or ocean side, is landscaped with exceptionally rare native plants. Look for the silvery hinahina, named after the Hawaiian moon goddess because of its color. In winter this is a great place to watch whales. The trail is also accessible from Polo Beach.

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  • Banyan Tree

    Planted in 1873, this massive tree is the largest of its kind in the state and provides a welcome retreat for weary locals and visitors who come to sit under its awesome branches. The Banyan Tree is a popular and hard-to-miss meeting place if your party splits up for independent exploring. It's also a terrific place to be when the sun sets—mynah birds settle in here for a screeching symphony, which is an event in itself.

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  • Alii Kula Lavender

    Reserve a spot for tea or lunch at this lavender farm with a falcon's view: It's the relaxing remedy for those suffering from too much sun, shopping, or golf. Knowledgeable guides lead tours through winding paths of therapeutic lavender varieties, protea, succulents, and rare Maui wormwood. The gift shop abounds with many locally made lavender products such as brownies, moisturizing lotions, and fragrant sachets. www.aklmaui.com. COST: $3; $12 for walking tours. OPEN: Daily 9--4.

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  • Zipline Tours

    The latest adventure on Kauai is "zipping," or "ziplining." It's so new that the vernacular is still catching up with it, but regardless of what you call it, chances are you'll scream like a rock-star fan while trying it. Strap on a harness, clip onto a cable running from one side of a river or valley to the other, and zip across. The step off is the scariest part. Pack knee-length shorts or pants, athletic shoes, and courage for this adventure.

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  • Tennis

    If you're interested in booking some court time on Kauai, there are public tennis courts in Waimea, Kekaha, Hanapepe, Koloa, Kalaheo, Puhi, Lihue, Wailua Homesteads, Wailua Houselots, and Kapaa New Park.

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