Kauai's bustling east side is the most densly populated of any location on the island. The bulk of the island's permanenet residents live in this area. Convenient to business and equal access to each "end of the road"
neighborhood is generally the neighborhoods on the Mauka side of the NoNou Mountain also known as the Slereping Giant. There are some more densely configured tracts comingled with smaller agricultural parcels. For the purposes of this automated search this area runs from Kuamoo Road tpo the south, Olohena Road to the north and generally behind the Sleeping giant to the far reaches of the interior forest reserve.
While many covet our magical ocean panoramas, there is no view more spectacular than overlooking the rim of the Wailua River Valley. The magnificence of Hawaii's largest waterway provides vistas into the valley and the ever changing personality of the river itself.
This little niche neighborhood is tucked behind the former Coc Palms Hotel, just mauka of the Waipouli commercial area and extends all the way to the base of Nonou Mountain.
For the purposes of this automated search, Kapahi is bounded by Olohena Road to the south and goes to Kealia Road to the north. From The Kapaa Highshool going inland to the forest reserve.