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    Kauai Waimea Canyon Experience

    Waimea Canyon on Kauai is the largest canyon in the Pacific and is a dramatic sight to behold. The canyon measures 10 miles long, 1 mile wide, and more than 3,500-feet deep. It was carved thousands of years ago by rivers and floods that flowed from Mount Waialeale's summit which receives an average of 440 inches of rain a year, making it the wettest spot on earth.

    The lines in the Waimea Canyon walls depict different volcanic eruptions and lava flows that have occurred over the centuries. Even though it is smaller than the Grand Canyon of Arizona, Waimea Canyon rivals it's beauty. Numerous lookouts and hikes offer terrific views of every aspect of this natural wonder. The elevation of Waimea Canyon makes the air 10-15 degrees cooler than in the valley and by afternoon many areas are often shrouded in clouds.
    Kauai Waimea Canyon Experience

    Poipu, Koloa

    • Enjoy a beautiful sightseeing tour of Waimea Canyon, including a scenic drive to lookout points
    • Learn the history and geography of Hawaii through expert commentary from your professional driver/guide
    • Relish in the luxury of hotel pick-up and drop-off before and after your trip
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    Wailua River Kayak and Hike Adventure

    Explore the east side of Kauai as you kayak down the Wailua River, Kauai's only navigable river for boats larger than kayaks. This 20-mile-long (32-km) river once wove through seven different ancient temples and is considered one of Hawaii's two most sacred places. As you paddle down the river with your partner in a double kayak, take in views of the expansive, untamed landscape. After kayaking for 45 minutes, hop out of your kayak and follow your guide on a 1-mile (1.6-km) hike through the dense forest to a remote, 200-foot (60-meter) waterfall surrounded by flowers, brooks and ferns. Stand in awe as you watch the water cascade down into a pool, and cool off by taking a dip in the water!
    Wailua River Kayak and Hike Adventure

    Kapa'a, Kauai

    • Embark on a 5-hour kayak and hiking tour on Kauai
    • Paddle down Kauai's only navigable river and weave through the verdant greenery
    • Swim in the cool, pristine waters at the base of the waterfall
    • Hike through the dense forest and arrive at a secluded waterfall
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    Sacred Falls Paddle and Hike (Morning)

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    The Wailua River is one of the most historic, and most sacred, locations in all of Hawaii. Experience it for yourself with this incredible five-hour tour! First, you'll enjoy some relaxed paddling down the river itself. Then, you'll hike down a gorgeous trail to a remote bridal-veil waterfall; don't forget to wear a bathing suit so you can take a dip nearby. And when you need to refuel, don't worry-- you'll enjoy an included deli lunch. Oh, and bird watchers, keep an eye out for coots and night herons! This is a peaceful and relaxed expedition that moves at a comfortable pace. If you want to connect to the spirituality of ancient Hawaii, especially while enjoying the beautiful nature and some pleasant exercise, then this is the tour for you.
    Sacred Falls Paddle and Hike (Morning)

    3-5971 Kuhio Highway Wailua River Marina, Kapaa

    • Hike and kayak down one of the most historically spiritual rivers in Hawaii
    • Enjoy the tranquil and tropical setting as you move at a relaxed, unhurried pace
    • Refuel with a provided deli lunch
    • Delight in the peaceful, pastoral existence of ancient Hawaii as you walk the beautiful trail to the sacred waterfall
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    Sleeping Giant Hike (Kapa'a/Wailua)

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    Shade is the rule on this comfortable and scenic tour of Kauai's Sleeping Giant! This is one of the most satisfying hikes on the entire island. You'll start by trekking through one of the largest pine groves in Hawaii, where you bird watchers can watch for Brazilian Cardinals, Shama, and Melodious Laughing Thrushes. You'll also enjoy some incredible views. On a clear day, you can see all the way to the distant island of Oahu! The culmination of the hike is the a panoramic view of the hinterland of the Wailua Homestead, plus the breathtaking fluted ridges of Mount Wai'ale'ale. It'll be a trip you'll never want to forget.
    Sleeping Giant Hike (Kapa'a/Wailua)

    3-5971 Kuhio Highway Wailua River Marina, Kapaa

    • Enjoy a scenic hike up the beautiful Sleeping Giant Nounou Mountain
    • Look for exotic birds, like Brazilian Cardinals, Shama, and Melodious Laughing Thrushes
    • Pause at the summit and refuel with a provided lunch
    • Revel in the panoramic views of the Wailua Homestead, and the awe-inspiring fluted ridges of Mount Wai'ale'ale
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    Waipo'o Falls Hike (Koke'e)

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    The beauty of Waipo'o Falls must be seen to be believed-- luckily for you, Kayak Kauai wants to take you there. During this 3-5 hour guided hike, you'll catch incredible views of the polychromatic Waimea Canyon, referred to as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, plus the Koke'e highlands. Meanwhile, look out for the area's beautiful flora and fauna, including the fragrant mailevine, the native koa, and the White Tail Tropicbird. At the culmination of this amazing hike, you'll finally get to see Waipo'o Falls: a fragrant, ginger-covered waterfall and pool perched at the end of the canyon. You'll pause for a relaxing lunch, and if you like, you can even go for a nice, relaxing swim So sign up now-- serenity awaits!
    Waipo'o Falls Hike (Koke'e)

    3-5971 Kuhio Highway Wailua River Marina, Kapaa

    • Hike to Waipo'o Falls, while learning about the nature and the history of the area from your expert guide
    • Enjoy incredible views along the Waimea Canyon, called "the Grand Canyon of the Pacific"
    • Look for exotic birds and plants, like the White Tail Tropicbird and the fragrant mailevine,
    • Take a dip in a scenic, ginger-covered swimming hole, where you'll enjoy a provided lunch before heading back
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    Awa'awapuhi/Nu'alolo Loop Hike (Koke'e)

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    This one's for those who just want a long, magnificent day of hiking. Kayak Kauai will lead you on an 11 mile hike around a stunning ridge, filled with exotic plants and trees just waiting to be admired. If the group has time, you will be encouraged to check out the Koke'e Natural History Museum so you can feel a further connection to the flora and fauna. Once you're out of the forest, you'll come to the first of many views of the Na Pali Coast. You'll be able to see the distant lagoon of Ke'e, so bring along your camera! You'll continue to the narrow knife-edged ridge of Awe'awaphuhi, where you'll take advantage of the rustic shelter to stop for a picnic lunch, intensified by the spectacular views, before heading back. Enjoy!
    Awa'awapuhi/Nu'alolo Loop Hike (Koke'e)

    3-5971 Kuhio Highway Wailua River Marina, Kapaa

    • Embark on a 11 mile hike around the stunning Awa'awauphi/Nu'aololo Loop
    • Learn all about the flora and fauna, so you can appreciate all the natural beauty this area has to offer
    • Enjoy breathtaking views, all the way to the distant lagoon Ke'e
    • If you have time, check out the Koke'e Natural History Museum to put all the area's history and topography in perspective.
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