Shalom & Aloha!

So, you're contemplating a visit to Hawaii's Garden Island, Kauai.

Fortunate are you!

We're certain that your visit here will be most relaxing, energizing and awe-inspiring, as you behold and experience the splendor and majesty of the spectacular natural beauty and inhale the tranquil energy.

Here you will find information relating to Jewish services on Kauai, to make your stay more enjoyable. If you have not found what you're looking for, feel free to email us or call.

For regular Tourist Information, visit the official Hawaii Tourism Website HERE.

Princeville Community Center1.jpgShabbat Services/Schedule - Click Here

NOTE : We have recently moved from Princeville, in the North Shore (where we were the last 5 years) to be more centrally located in Wailua, on the East Shore of Kauai.

For visitors wishing to join us for Shabbat (or Holiday) meals (or Minyans) there are many hotels, condos etc. in walking distance to our home.

From the Hilton Garden Inn (on the Wailua River) to the Courtyard Marriot (just South of Kapa'a Foodland/Safeway) in Waipouli, and in between (Kapa'a Sands, Kauai Shores, Lae Nani, Lanikai, and several others in the Wailua-Waipouli area.

We are 1 mile up Haleilio Road, towards the Sleeping Giant mountain. So, it's approximately a 20-30 minute walk (depending on the hotel you choose).

We welcome guests at our Shabbat Table (both night and day) and ask visitors to reserve beforehand - please call or text Michoel (808-647-4293) or Zisel (347-254-1402).

Looking forward to celebrating together, and soon to share the good news of a more permanent location for our island community.

For Shabbat Candle-Lighting times, click here.

food48_belmont.jpgKosher Food - Click Here

Shabbat Meals -

We are happy to host you at our home for Shabbat Meals.

We live in Wailua Houselots. About one mile up toward Sleeping Giant. Many hotels in walking distance.

The food is outstanding, and the atmosphere is invigorating.

Looking forward to meeting you and enjoying a Shabbat meal together.

We ask visitors to reserve for meals, this helps us with the cost of importing kosher, meal prep and our Shlichus.

Adults: $50 / meal; Children (12 and under) $36 / meal.

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images.jpgMinyan - We currently do not (yet) have a Daily Minyan. If you have to say Kaddish or must Daven with a Minyan, the only (mostly) daily Minyan is on Oahu, at Chabad of Hawaii.

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OAHU (Honolulu) -



001011-16-st-regis-suite-ocean-view.jpgHotels on Kauai - Click Here