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Wailua River and Secret Falls Kayak and Hiking Tour

Wailua River and Secret Falls Kayak and Hiking Tour - Kapaa, Hawaii
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Kapaa, Hawaii

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$59.00

Explore Kauai on a family-friendly guided kayaking and hiking tour of the Wailua river valley and Uluwehi falls a.k.a. Secret Falls ... More info ›

Explore Kauai on a family-friendly guided kayaking and hiking tour of the Wailua river valley and Uluwehi falls a.k.a. Secret Falls. A professional tour guide will take you paddling through some of Kauai's most sacred waterways and hiking through some of the most beautiful lush tropical forest Kauai has to offer sharing myths, legends and some Hawaiian history all the way to Secret Falls.

You will meet your tour guide at either 7 am or 12:15 pm at the designated meeting point. You will then drive for a short ride to the Wailua marina boat ramp.
At the marina, your tour guide will give a short lesson in kayaking and rules of the river. Then your guide will load everyone into the kayaks and your journey begins up the river for 1.5 miles to the north fork.
Once there, you will park your kayaks. You will then begin hiking for about 45 minutes at a moderate incline to secret falls. Along the way your guide will share myths and legends of the beautiful Wailua River valley.
At secret falls you will have time to enjoy the water and beautiful scenery. Then, on the way back, you will have 45 minutes of hiking back and 1.5 miles of kayaking to get back to the Wailua marina.

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Aria Snorkel Mask Rental

Aria Snorkel Mask Rental - Kapaa, Hawaii
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Kapaa, Hawaii

From USD
$21.00

Offering rentals and sales of the Aria Snorkel Mask. Explore the amazing underworld of Kauai with the newest snorkeling sensation ... More info ›

Offering rentals and sales of the Aria Snorkel Mask. Explore the amazing underworld of Kauai with the newest snorkeling sensation. Aria's full-face design allows you to breathe through your mouth and nose, without a mouthpiece to bite down on. More comfort, better visibility, no leaking,  and ZERO fogging.The dry-top snorkel system prevents water from entering the mask when diving below the surface, so there is not a need to "purge" the mask when resurfacing. There is also a one-way valve in the chin, so if you do get any water in the mask it will drain out. Aria is made in Italy by Ocean Reef, a family owned company that has been in business for over 60 years. They are considered pioneers in the scuba industry and have won numerous awards for their innovative dive products. Ocean Reef invented the first-ever full-face scuba mask in 1996 called Neptune, and then invented the first ever full-face snorkel mask in 2012 called Easybreath.

Offering rentals and sales of the Aria Snorkel Mask. Explore the amazing underworld of Kauai with the newest snorkeling sensation. Aria's full-face design allows you to breathe through your mouth and nose, without a mouthpiece to bite down on. More comfort, better visibility, no leaking,  and ZERO fogging.The dry-top snorkel system prevents water from entering the mask when diving below the surface, so there is not a need to "purge" the mask when resurfacing. There is also a one-way valve in the chin, so if you do get any water in the mask it will drain out. Aria is made in Italy by Ocean Reef, a family owned company that has been in business for over 60 years. They are considered pioneers in the scuba industry and have won numerous awards for their innovative dive products. Ocean Reef invented the first-ever full-face scuba mask in 1996 called Neptune, and then invented the first ever full-face snorkel mask in 2012 called Easybreath. They still manufacture both masks, and Aria is their newest model.

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Kauai Yoga on the Beach

Kauai Yoga on the Beach - Kapaa, Hawaii

Duration: 60 to 90 mins
Location: Kapaa, Hawaii

From USD
$18.00

Start your day on Kauai by feeling the ocean's invigorating energy, as you stretch, breathe deeply, and listen to your body while practicing yoga on the beach. Over the course of this oceanfront session, you'll follow along with your instructor as waves gently lap at the shore, and watch the sun illuminate the sands of Kauai's eastern shore ... More info ›

Start your day on Kauai by feeling the ocean's invigorating energy, as you stretch, breathe deeply, and listen to your body while practicing yoga on the beach. Over the course of this oceanfront session, you'll follow along with your instructor as waves gently lap at the shore, and watch the sun illuminate the sands of Kauai's eastern shore. Relax your body, expand your mind, and let the different yoga poses guide your body, mind and soul.

Begin your day on Kauai by connecting with the calming rhythms of the ocean, when you meet on the oceanfront lawn by Kauai Shores hotel, next to Lava Lava beach club. Along with a yoga instructor, you'll breathe deeply, expand your mind, and celebrate the fact that you're here, as you move through a series of yoga poses to energize the start of your day. 

Your class begins with a beach meditation to slowly bring you to center, and then gently beginning to stretch side to side and open your energy pathways. Throughout the entire nature yoga experience, you'll focus on balance, core, strength, and numerous different poses—all while enjoying a view of the ocean. 

THIS IS A GROUP YOGA CLASS, WE DO NOT OFFER TRANSPORTAION

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Guided Kayak Adventure on the Wailua River

Guided Kayak Adventure on the Wailua River - Kapaa, Hawaii

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Kapaa, Hawaii

From USD
$88.12

Experience the incredible Wailua River on this 5-hour, guided kayak tour on Kauai.  Paddle by the Kamokila Village, where the opening scene from the movie “Outbreak” was filmed, hike through lush rain forest, and take photos of the stunning Ulewehi Waterfall.  Includes a picnic lunch with vegetarian & gluten-free options.

There is a reason Kauai is considered the garden isle – lush jungle, scenic waterways and cascading waterfalls surrounding dramatic volcanic mountains create the perfect image of a tropical getaway.  While there are many ways to explore this incredible gift of natural beauty, kayaking offers a special opportunity to experience the many facets of this island paradise in one fun adventure 

You kayak exploration of the Wailua begins with a two-mile paddle up Kauai’s only navigable river.  Your friendly, local guide will help you find the best routes as you pass through the Kamokila Village and towards the north fork of the river.  You’ll learn stories of some of the earliest Hawaiians who first paddled up the river more than 1,500 years ago.  You'll hop off your kayak for a moderate hike through lush rain forest along the secret falls trail head until you come to a 120-ft cascade plummeting down a mountain cliff. 

Once you complete your hike, it’s time for lunch.  Choose from a variety of healthy and delicious options, including vegetarian, as you picnic along the river and enjoy the good life.  After you’ve finished your meal, it’s time to shake off the lethargy and paddle back to your starting point to finish your tour, share photos, and prepare for your next adventure. 

Experience the incredible Wailua River on this 5-hour, guided kayak tour on Kauai.  Paddle by the Kamokila Village, where the opening scene from the movie “Outbreak” was filmed, hike through lush rain forest, and take photos of the stunning Ulewehi Waterfall.  Includes a picnic lunch with vegetarian & gluten-free options.

There is a reason Kauai is considered the garden isle – lush jungle, scenic waterways and cascading waterfalls surrounding dramatic volcanic mountains create the perfect image of a tropical getaway.  While there are many ways to explore this incredible gift of natural beauty, kayaking offers a special opportunity to experience the many facets of this island paradise in one fun adventure 

You kayak exploration of the Wailua begins with a two-mile paddle up Kauai’s only navigable river.  Your friendly, local guide will help you find the best routes as you pass through the Kamokila Village and towards the north fork of the river.  You’ll learn stories of some of the earliest Hawaiians who first paddled up the river more than 1,500 years ago.  You'll hop off your kayak for a moderate hike through lush rain forest along the secret falls trail head until you come to a 120-ft cascade plummeting down a mountain cliff. 

Once you complete your hike, it’s time for lunch.  Choose from a variety of healthy and delicious options, including vegetarian, as you picnic along the river and enjoy the good life.  After you’ve finished your meal, it’s time to shake off the lethargy and paddle back to your starting point to finish your tour, share photos, and prepare for your next adventure. 

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Wailua River Kayak & Hawaiian Village Tour

Wailua River Kayak & Hawaiian Village Tour - Kapaa, Hawaii

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Kapaa, Hawaii

From USD
$60.59

Welcome to the Wailua River’s most popular tour. Paddle the majestic Wailua River, which is the only navigable river in Hawaii ... More info ›

Welcome to the Wailua River’s most popular tour. Paddle the majestic Wailua River, which is the only navigable river in Hawaii. This peaceful river winds through a tropical garden paradise of abundant palms, ferns, flowers and wildlife.

Paddle the majestic Wailua River, which is the only navigable river in Hawaii. This peaceful river winds through a tropical garden paradise of abundant palms, ferns, flowers and wildlife. Paddle past Kamokila Village, where the opening scene from the movie, “Outbreak,” was filmed. It is also a cultural village depicting the Hawaiian civilization back in the 17th century.

Soon you will come to the North Fork where you will paddle leisurely through the Garden Isle’s most beautiful jungle river until you come to the trail head for Secret Falls. Enjoy a moderate hike through the Wailua rainforest, original home of the first Hawaiians, who paddled from the Marquesas Islands to Kauai almost 1500 years ago. Hear the legends and learn about the flora and fauna of Kauai’s most sacred area. The final portion of your hike is to the enchanting Uluwehi Waterfall, which descends 125’ into a natural pool surrounded by rocks and vegetation. Take a refreshing dip and play in the pool which was once only reserved for a king!

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Na Pali Coast - Summer Sea Kayaking Tour

Na Pali Coast -  Summer Sea Kayaking Tour - Kapaa, Hawaii

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Kapaa, Hawaii

From USD
$252.00

A one-day guided sea kayak adventure along Kauai’s Na Pali Coast — the “Mount Everest” of sea kayaking!

This will be a long, impressive day of warm coastal paddling and caving along the monumental Na Pali Coast with your island guide(s).
Marvel at sea caves ... More info ›

A one-day guided sea kayak adventure along Kauai’s Na Pali Coast — the “Mount Everest” of sea kayaking!

This will be a long, impressive day of warm coastal paddling and caving along the monumental Na Pali Coast with your island guide(s).
Marvel at sea caves. plunging waterfalls, hanging valleys and secluded beaches.

Paddle beyond the verdant valley of Kalalau, past the arches of Honopu, and into the azure waters of a volcanic sea cave. Encounter Dolphins, Tropic Birds and upon occasion, the elusive Monk Seal.

Later, pulling ashore, we’ll spend a few hours stopping to rest and have lunch on the quiet beach of Milolii. At Milolii we can swim, beach comb, and visit an old Hawaiian fishing heiau (fishing shrine).

Polihale State Park, where the cliffs meet the sand dunes, is our final destination. After a refreshing shower, a van awaits, ready to whisk you back to our Wailua River Marina around 7:30 p.m., with memories to cherish.


RATED:
A very rigorous adventure, recommended for the very few
The Na Pali Coast a 17 mile paddle
4 paddler minimum to consider this tour a go

WHEN AND WHERE:
Check in at 6:00 a.m. at our Wailua River Marina
Free shuttle pick up for points North
Tour start and ends at Marina
If picked up North, you are responsible after the tour, for arranging transportation from our Marina Shop.
Shuttle departs 6:15 a.m.


DIPLOMA:

After you complete this epic, you will be issued a Na Pali Sea Kayak Diploma, suitable for framing and which will look good not only your wall but on your resume.
GUIDE(S):

Our Guide to client ratio is: one guide to seven clients
Our guides are CPR/Ist Aid trained and State of Hawaii sanctioned

WHAT TO BRING:

Sun protection
Water
Light long sleeve shirt
Windbreaker
Bathing suit
Footwear (tabis, aqua socks or tennis shoes)
Towel and change of clothes
AGE REQUIREMENTS:

This is a strenuous journey. Paddlers under 16 years need “guide approval”, in order to participate.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Participants should be comfortable in the water, in good physical condition and not prone to sea-sickness
Recommended only for active individuals, couples and families
About five to six hours of intermittent paddling — This activity is rated “Rigorous”!
**Solo paddlers paddle doubles with either guide or another client.
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Before you sign up, please be aware…

This is the roughest and longest sea kayak trip offered on the planet. Remember not only is it a 17 mile paddle, but surf launching and landings are often the norm. We usually have surf to negotiate at our take out at Polihale. The wind is a double-edged sword. When the winds don’t cooperate it is a long… long… and for some, a very strenuous day. When the winds are up you will “sail,” down the Coast for a price. These same wind that help, can also agitate the ocean and when accompanied by a ground swell,can make your kayak harder to manage with consequent “flip overs” the norm. If you flip over, will you “flip-out?”

This is not a “beginners” sea kayak tour. If you are having trouble handling your kayak you may be asked to exit 30 to 45 minutes at the Ke’e exit point.

Another companion of rough seas is sea sickness. Sea sickness is our #1 malady and is a real concern. There is no refund if we pull you out for “blowing chunks.” A seasick person does not paddle very well and can hamper an expedition.

For many experienced sea kayakers, they find the water off the Na Pali Coast to be generally some of the biggest waters that they have paddled. We have had many paddlers bail out because the seas were intimidating; over their heads; so to speak.

As with sea sickness… there is no refund for the above mentioned scenarios.

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