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Kayaking Tour of Kailua Bay with Lunch

Kayaking Tour of Kailua Bay with Lunch - Waikiki, Oahu
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Waikiki, Oahu

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$103.66

Explore the gorgeous beaches, islands and wildlife sanctuaries around Kailua Bay by kayak with your choice of a guided or self-guided tour. You can paddle to the Mokulua Islands or Popoia Island (Flat Island) to see bird sanctuaries, snorkel with green sea turtles at Lanikai Beach and enjoy incredible views from the water ... More info ›

Explore the gorgeous beaches, islands and wildlife sanctuaries around Kailua Bay by kayak with your choice of a guided or self-guided tour. You can paddle to the Mokulua Islands or Popoia Island (Flat Island) to see bird sanctuaries, snorkel with green sea turtles at Lanikai Beach and enjoy incredible views from the water. Have time to relax on the beach and swim in the ocean as you discover the natural treasures of Oahu during this day in paradise. All kayak and snorkel equipment, lunch and round-trip transportation from Waikiki are included on this small-group tour.

Your Kailua Bay kayaking adventure starts with hotel pickup in Waikiki. A 30-minute drive brings you to the kayak shop at Kailua Bay where friendly staff outfit you with all the necessary equipment, including kayaks, life jackets, snorkel gear, dry bags and lockers. Receive a thorough safety briefing and kayaking instruction before you set out on the water. 
After kayaking, feel free to use the provided shower facilities and changing rooms before your driver returns you to your hotel in the mid-afternoon. All tours include full gear, lunch (see sample menu at the end of Itinerary section) and round-trip transportation from Waikiki.
Choose one of the following guided or self-guided options:

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Endangered Native Habitats

Endangered Native Habitats - Kona, Hawaii
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Duration: 12 hours
Location: Kona, Hawaii

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$215.00

Get your binoculars ready for a small group adventure tour to Mauna Kea Forest Preserve for fantastic bird-watching opportunities. Visit both rainforest and dry forest habitats for a great introduction to Hawaii's wide variety of bird species, with guidance from an expert local guide and bird enthusiast.

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Stop At: Hawaii Forest and Trail, 73-5593A Olowalu St, Kailua-Kona, Island of Hawaii, HI 96740-2613

Travelers can shop in our retail space at our Kona headquarters as well use our bathroom facilities and enjoy complimentary coffee and water ... More info ›

Get your binoculars ready for a small group adventure tour to Mauna Kea Forest Preserve for fantastic bird-watching opportunities. Visit both rainforest and dry forest habitats for a great introduction to Hawaii's wide variety of bird species, with guidance from an expert local guide and bird enthusiast.

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Stop At: Hawaii Forest and Trail, 73-5593A Olowalu St, Kailua-Kona, Island of Hawaii, HI 96740-2613

Travelers can shop in our retail space at our Kona headquarters as well use our bathroom facilities and enjoy complimentary coffee and water.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Mauna Kea, Island of Hawaii, HI

Explore the sub-alpine dry forest of Puu La'au. One of two places on the tour that represent Hawaii before human contact. A place where plants and birds found nowhere else on earth showcase the evolutionary epic of the islands

Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Kipuka Puaulu (Bird Park) Trail, Strip Road, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Island of Hawaii, HI 96785

Explore the cloud mist rain forest of Kipuka. One of two places on the tour that represent Hawaii before human contact. A place where plants and birds found nowhere else on earth showcase the evolutionary epic of the islands

Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Saddle Road, Hawaii Highway 200, Kailua-Kona, Island of Hawaii, HI

Enjoy your scenic ride on the way to the two rare habitats alone Saddle Road. Your tour guide will have an immense amount of knowledge about Hawaiian culture and will educate you of things you see as well as answers any questions that may arise.

Duration: 3 hours

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West Maui Snorkeling Adventure

West Maui Snorkeling Adventure - Maui County, United States
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Maui County, United States

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$132.89

Your West Maui Snorkel adventure departs from Kaanapali Beach. Along the way keep your eyes open for Hawaiian spinner dolphins, bottle nose dolphins and during the winter months you can experience the humpback whales that migrate from Alaska to our Maui waters ... More info ›

Your West Maui Snorkel adventure departs from Kaanapali Beach. Along the way keep your eyes open for Hawaiian spinner dolphins, bottle nose dolphins and during the winter months you can experience the humpback whales that migrate from Alaska to our Maui waters. The Captain will determine the best sites to visit that day based upon current water conditions. Once in the water, you will observe beautiful tropical fish, honu (Hawaiian green sea turtles), vibrant reef, and hopefully some other wildlife surprises. Then after our second location, back on board you will enjoy a lunch once again prepared by Chef Joey and will be offered access to our premium beers, hand crafted cocktails and other libations as we take a leisurely cruise back to Ka’anapali Beach.

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Snorkeling along the West Coast of Maui

Duration: 4 hours

Location: Sea Maui, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii

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Rappel Maui Waterfalls and Rainforest Cliffs

Rappel Maui Waterfalls and Rainforest Cliffs - Hawaii, United States
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Duration: 6 hours 30 minutes
Location: Hawaii, United States

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$228.12

Imagine exploring and swimming under secret waterfalls in a private rainforest valley on the famed Road to Hana. Now you can explore these hidden gems in a whole new way by rappelling down them ... More info ›

Imagine exploring and swimming under secret waterfalls in a private rainforest valley on the famed Road to Hana. Now you can explore these hidden gems in a whole new way by rappelling down them. What's rappelling? It's a popular adventure/gravity sport that includes a descent from a cliff or wall using anchored ropes. You’ll experience this sport, and the beauty of Maui, from the immediacy of waterfalls and lava walls in this unique, lively small-group tour. Under supervision and instruction from expert guides, you’ll use professional equipment to descend into nature in the Maui location featured in the movie Jurassic Park. It’s the adventure of a lifetime! Great for active families, couples, groups and solo travelers with an appreciation for dynamic outdoor excursions. Minimum age of 10; minimum weight of 70 lbs, maximum weight of 250 lbs, and waist measurement between 22 and 54 inches. Lunch, transportation and all gear provided.

Rappel Maui conducts daily guided tours at a dedicated rainforest valley location where adventurers 10 and older can experience the thrill of rappelling. No previous canyoneering or rappelling experience is necessary. Beginners welcome!
Tour Summary
You can either meet your guides in Central Maui or request hotel/resort pickup for an additional fee. The tour begins with a scenic ride down the famous Road to Hana to the rappelling site--a rainforest preserve about halfway to Hana. That's where you'll gear up in the harness, helmet, devices, flotation jacket, backpack and footwear we provide. You'll then take a short hike to your first rappel, a dry 60- to 100-foot jungle wall, where you'll listen to a briefing and watch a demonstration from one of your guides. After you practice on the dry side, you'll take a short walk to a 50-foot waterfall, take your rappel, and swim across a small pond. After that, you'll unleash your moves on a slightly trickier 30-foot waterfall. If weather conditions cause flooding in the streams and waterfalls, you'll use alternate rappel stations that are a safe distance from the watercourse. In between rappels you can enjoy the waterfall pools, take photos and enjoy the surrounding rainforest sights and sounds in this secluded preserve.
After a hike under the forest's green canopy back up to the top of the ridge, you'll enjoy a picnic lunch among forest and ocean views. Before boarding the van for the ride back to Central Maui, you can dry off and put on some dry clothes in the privacy of a changing room. The total time of the tour is approximately 6.5 hours, including round-trip transportation.
What's Included
Included in the tour is transportation, all rappelling gear (including footwear), picnic lunch, snacks & bottled water. Your guides will carry insect repellent wipes and hand sanitizing gel, but not sunscreen.
Considerations and Details
• Maximum group size is 8. (Ask about special private tours for large or small groups.)
• There are two guides for every group of 8 participants.
• Total hiking distance is about 1/2 mile, with about 400 feet of elevation change.
• The maximum elevation reached during the tour is on the way to the site, and is an elevation of approximately 800 feet above sea level.
• Private changing rooms and toilets are on-site, with a bathroom stop along the way, if necessary.

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Rappel Maui Extreme Zip Rappel Tour

Rappel Maui Extreme Zip Rappel Tour - Maui County, United States
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Duration: 7 hours 30 minutes
Location: Maui County, United States

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$290.63

Ready to "level up?" If you're a thrill-seeker who likes to push the envelope, or if you're a recreational regular who wants to tweak the vacation tradition, the Zip Rappel Tour takes the action to new extremes. This extended tour is a 6 1/2 to 8-hour experience (including transportation).
You'll make as many as 4 advanced drops of up to 110 feet, including waterfall rappels and a "zip rappel" or "guided rappel" through free space, past a waterfall, that ends with an exhilarating water landing in a natural freshwater pool.
We'll provide you with comfortable transportation from central Maui to the activity site, located an hour down the famous Hana Highway.
Please make special note of the requirements and special considerations for this tour ... More info ›

Ready to "level up?" If you're a thrill-seeker who likes to push the envelope, or if you're a recreational regular who wants to tweak the vacation tradition, the Zip Rappel Tour takes the action to new extremes. This extended tour is a 6 1/2 to 8-hour experience (including transportation).
You'll make as many as 4 advanced drops of up to 110 feet, including waterfall rappels and a "zip rappel" or "guided rappel" through free space, past a waterfall, that ends with an exhilarating water landing in a natural freshwater pool.
We'll provide you with comfortable transportation from central Maui to the activity site, located an hour down the famous Hana Highway.
Please make special note of the requirements and special considerations for this tour.
Minimum age 14; all participants must weight between 90 lbs and 230 lbs. Not recommended for guests over the age of 65.

• See half the famous Hana Highway during the ride to the activity site--a 30-acre botanical garden where you gear up with the pros in top-rated equipment including footwear, harness, backpack, flotation jacket and helmet.
• Hike a short distance on private rainforest valley trails to a 50-foot waterfall.
• After briefing and demonstration from your guides, you'll practice your technique down a 40- to 50-foot descent that you can repeat.
• Take a guided rappel off the edge of a 50-foot waterfall cliff, and then a "zip" through free space 80 feet across the canyon over the water with a "splash down" into a deep pool.
• Rappel another waterfall, then take on a 35-foot rock climb up the face of the falls (weather and water permitting.)
• Finish big with a 110-foot dry rappel down the "Savage Ridge," or repeat the zip rappel, depending on conditions.
• If long periods of heavy rains or severe weather cause high or swift water or raging falls, we modify the itinerary and use rappel stations that are a safe distance from the water course.
• The hike back to the top is a well-maintained trail under a cool canopy of plants, ferns and trees. Use the anchored ropes as handrailings, and stop to rest, take photos and drink water when necessary. You'll do a total of one mile of hiking with a total elevation gain of about 400 feet.

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Kipu Zipline, Kayak, and Hiking Safari

Kipu Zipline, Kayak, and Hiking Safari - Hawaii, United States
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Hawaii, United States

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$197.91

Want to do an activity that includes kayaking, Kauai zipline adventures, hiking, waterfalls, rope swings, a hayride across Kipu Ranch and a ride on an exotic motorized canoe? Then don't hesitate and join this day trip today!

After an easy 2-mile (3.2km) paddle down the the Hule'ia River, you'll tie your kayaks to a tree and take a short walk to a gorgeous area of waterfalls and swimming holes. Jump into a covered wagon for a fabulous trip across Kipu Ranch - made famous in films like Jurassic Park and Raiders of the Lost Ark ... More info ›

Want to do an activity that includes kayaking, Kauai zipline adventures, hiking, waterfalls, rope swings, a hayride across Kipu Ranch and a ride on an exotic motorized canoe? Then don't hesitate and join this day trip today!

After an easy 2-mile (3.2km) paddle down the the Hule'ia River, you'll tie your kayaks to a tree and take a short walk to a gorgeous area of waterfalls and swimming holes. Jump into a covered wagon for a fabulous trip across Kipu Ranch - made famous in films like Jurassic Park and Raiders of the Lost Ark. You'll continue to head towards Kamapua'a Falls trailhead. Then, take a short stroll down to an incredible Swiss Family Robinson-style tree house built around a huge Banyan tree. You'll be overlooking the middle pitch of the Kamapua'a Falls from picnic benches, while enjoying a deliciously prepared lunch.
Following lunch, guests will fly past the breathtaking Haupu Mountains, over towering forest trees on a thrilling 800’ zipline. You'll return on foot via an 80' (25 meter) suspension bridge. This zipline safari will become even more memorable as you get to share the fun with a family member or friend on the 1800’ tandem ziplines! The center dismount allows for 90 seconds of air time - where you’ll be “in-flight” for over a quarter of a mile!
Your zipline adventure ends with a relaxing and enjoyable ride on a twin-motor Hawaiian canoe takes you on a cruise back down river.
Restrictions: Must be able to walk 2 miles (3.2km) and kayak 60-90 minutes. Participants must weigh between 80 and 275lbs (between 36 and 125 kg) fit in the harness for the zipline. Minimum age to participate in the zipline is 7 years.

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