Kaua’i Reassures Travelers to Book Vacations With Confidence

LIHU’E, Kaua’i, March 22 /PRNewswire/ — In response to numerous out-of-state calls received in recent days seeking information about Kaua’i's weather, Kaua’i government and tourism officials are reassuring travelers they can book a vacation here with confidence.

“Kaua’i's airport, its harbor, and businesses are open and ready to accept our visitors in the same way they always have. Kaua’i's aloha spirit remains intact and the island is green and beautiful,” said Kaua’i Mayor Bryan Baptiste.

Sue Kanoho, executive director for the Kaua’i Visitors Bureau (KVB), said callers are put at ease once they learn flights are operating normally, all accommodations are open, all major roads are open, and all activities are operating.

She noted, “Kaua’i's visitor industry was at its best over this past week, taking care of everyone’s needs and ensuring guests that their stay would be worthwhile. I have nothing but admiration for the way our visitor industry has performed.”

Kanoho said visitors booking a Kaua’i vacation in the weeks and months to come can do so with certainty knowing the island will be as beautiful as ever. “It was sunny Monday and Tuesday so that’s a hopeful sign of things to come,” she said.

One remaining effect of the storm is that a short section of Kuhio Highway near Kilauea is operating with a single lane as repairs are made to the roadway. Anyone driving this route to and from Kaua’i's north shore is advised to allow a little extra time.

For updated information, call KVB’s toll-free information line at 1-800-262-1400 or visit online at www.kauaidiscovery.com.

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