WorldMark Kapaa Shore

Waves crash against the shore drowning out most other noises.  We are separated from the ocean by the pool and a small strip of sand. 
View of the ocean is amazing from up on the third floor.  I watched as light of the sun began to illuminate the darkness and it appeared from the ocean. 

It began as a slight golden glow until night became day. 




Dove & Cardinal


The birds came with the sun.  A good variety patrol the area for leftover bread Maggie left on the patio.  I spotted a cardinal, sparrows, pigeons, and mynah birds.  I listen to the birds singing.  Their songs mix with that of waves.

This resort is peaceful and relaxing.  There is no AC but a breeze blows through the patio to the front door which you can leave open due to the locking screen door.  We stayed in August and while it was warm I didn’t mind the lack of AC.
The lcd tv has HDMI ports in the back to plug in a laptop or gaming system.  Washer and dryer is in the unit so you don’t need to pack a ton of clothes.
Full kitchen has limited spices, pots, pans, and utensils.  You will need cooking oil and maybe more spices.  There is no elevator but I’d love staying in our 1 bedroom + loft unit on the 3rd floor again.
View from the front of the room towards the parking lot.
View towards the side of the resort.
View of the sunset from our front door.


WorldMark Kapaa Shore
4-0900 Kuhio Highway
Kapaa, Kauai, HI 96746
(808) 822-3055


5 Replies to “WorldMark Kapaa Shore”

  1. Such an amazing vacation! Gorgeous photos! The ones where the birds visit you guys are super cool and cute. I loved reading this. Enjoy the rest of your vacation guys!

    1. Thanks! 🙂 The birds love eating the baked goods we have been buying. Vacation has been awesome so far. We visited a food truck where we fed chickens and cats. Look for that in a future post.

    2. Thanks Marta! My favorite thing to do in the morning is put out food for the birdies, then sit and wait for them to come while I drink my coffee and eat my bagel with cream cheese. Watching the mama feed her baby is priceless.

  2. Nice. In the 80’s I used to ave to travel to Kaua’i every month. We used to have to eat at the Bull Shed a lot.

    1. That’s a tough job having to go to Kaua’i. If you need to go again I could be your proxy. The Bull Shed looks good! Are the steaks similar to Black Angus?

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