- Wailua Falls
- Hanapepe Town
- Waimea Canyon Lookout
- Kalalau Lookout
- Spouting Horn
- Snorkeling at Poipu Beach Park
- Tree Tunnel
|Adult (12 to 64)||$369|
|Senior (65 & above)||$359|
|Child (2 to 11)||$349|
|Infant Seat (Under 2 Year old)||$199|
|Lap Child (Under 2 year old)||Free|
Note: If you want your infant to have a separate seat on the flight, please choose Infant Seat option.
- Tour starts between 5:00am and 5:45am from Waikiki in front of your hotel.
- Return to your hotel between 7:30pm and 8:00pm.
- Passport is needed for foreign citizens.
- U.S. Government Issued photo ID (for U.S. residents)
- Medication / Sunscreen lotion / any liquid- container size shouldn’t exceed 3 ounces.
- Please bring your own swim wear, towel, change of clothes, tabis or foot protective wear for inside the water
- Certain parts of the tour, you will be exposed to cold. Please bring a jacket.
- We will provide Bottled Water & Snorkel kit
- Fully Narrated tour by experienced local tour guide.
- This is a full day tour, please prepare necessary items for your trip.
- Gratuity (Recommended)
- Our tour guides are trained to make frequent restroom stops
- You will be dropped off at the Lihue Airport for your flight back to Honolulu. When you return to Honolulu, you will be met right outside of Baggage Claim B-1 for your return transportation to Waikiki Hotels.
Kauai Island tour is perfect for those who want to explore and experience Kauai as it was hundreds of years earlier, filled with waterfalls, canyons, and beautiful beaches.
- Wailua Falls: 173 foot waterfall located near Lihue which is featured on the opening scenes of Fantasy Island.
- Hanapepe Town: Located on the south shore west of Koloa. Flourished as one of Kauai’s largest communities. They have wonderful food, culture, and scenery.
- Waimea Canyon Lookout: known as Grand Canyon of the Pacific, is 10 miles long and 3000 feet deep which was formed from steady erosion over hundreds of thousand years.
- Kalalau Lookout: Kalalau Valley is one of the most-photographed and well-recognized valleys in all of Hawaii. This is primarily because the valley and surrounding coast have served as the backdrop for countless films including “King Kong” (the original), “Mighty Joe Young,” “Jurassic Park,” and “Six Days Seven Nights. Kalalau Lookout is also the highest elevation most people reach in Kauai by road, at 4,000 feet.
- Spouting Horn: The Spouting Horn Beach area of Kauai is known for crashing waves. These waves erode lava rocks on the coastline which can create narrow opening, as is the case with Spouting Horn. With every wave, water shoots upward when it is forced through an opening creates sound which reminds you of horn blowing.
- Snorkeling at Poipu Beach Park : It is one of the best beaches for snorkeling on the Island.
- Tree Tunnel : Finally, we drive through the tunnel of trees which block out the sky with beautiful great trees which thrive in Kauai’s Climate.