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Attractions in Koloa

Information about attractions for visitors and residents of the town of Koloa on the island of Kauai in Hawaii.
Koloa's first sugar mill opened in 1835 NAME: Koloa Heritage Grail ALSO KNOWN AS: Holo Holo Koloa Scenic Byway

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NAME: Maluhia Road Tree Tunnel
ADDRESS: nothern-most section of Highway 520, just south of Kaumualiiu Highway
LOCATED: about 3 miles north of Old Koloa Town, South Kauai Island, Hawaii
- the trees shade the first mile of highway 520 that connects Koloa with Poipu
- stretch of highway featuring more than 500 Eucalyptus trees
- original 500 trees were planted in 1911
- they were a gift to the community from Pineapple Baron Walter McBryde.
- tree tunnel road marks the entrance to the island’s most appreciated tourist attraction- The Koloa Heritage Trail REFERENCES: - https://poipubeach.org/blog/kauais-famous-tree-tunnel/ - https://www.kauai.com/tree-tunnel - https://www.parrishkauai.com/15685/the-tree-tunnel-a-grand-gateway-to-kauais-south-shore/ - https://makanacharters.com/tree-tunnel-road-kauai/ DIRECTIONS: turn on to the Maluhia Road (Route 520) from the Kaumualii Highway or Highway 50 and drive south.

- More About the Town of Koloa
- Other Towns on Kauai Island
- Introduction to the Island of Kauai

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