Kuai

Explore Kauai’s North Shore Waterfalls & Beaches 

Full-Day Private Ecotourhanalei, kauai

Visit the oldest and largest Taro Lohi in the state of Hawaii in majestic Hanalei valley. Great opportunities to see the rare endangered Nene Goose, Hawaii’s state bird. Continue along green mountains with thousand foot waterfalls, to quiet white sandy beaches studded with Palm & Hala Trees. Hike through Taylor Camp jungle out to the remote sandy coast at Kauai’s Northwestern most point at Ke’e Beach for a mid day swim, or perhaps a romantic sunset dinner.

Stroll in Queen Emma’s Garden

Excluive Private Full-Day EcoTourntbg dam kauai

Enjoy the verdant beauty of this National Tropical Botanical Garden just minutes from Poipu, which was once the Ahupua’a (traditional Hawaiian land division) of Queen Emma. We will enter via a private drive into the gardens, not open for public access. Stroll along the river and appreciate the diversity and beauty of the planets rare trees in this living nature exhibit at Allerton & McBryde Gardens. We have exclusive access to a magnificent waterfall in the Gardens and many beautiful locations still emanating the Mana of Queen Emma’s Garden.

Kayak on the Wailua River 

Exclusive Full-Day Private Ecotourwailua kayak kauai

Visit a few waterfalls en route to the Wailua River, where we will enjoy a private kayak expedition along the beautiful and gentle Wailua River. We will paddle down the river to a remote riverbank and moor our kayaks. Then we will enjoy a 30-minute easy hike along a quiet and beautiful river, traverse a river, a few small creeks, and reach Secret Falls, for a picnic lunch and a swim. 

Kayak the Na Pali Coast

Exclusive Full-Day Private Ecotourkalalau kauai

Considered the Everest of ocean kayaking, due to seasonal large swells and the swift moving current that flows along the Napali Coast, this adventure is for the courageous only. We depart from Haena and make our way along the magnificent coast. We will have a support crew, lifeguard, and escort motorboat to ensure a safe passage. We will stop at the majestic Kalalau Beach for a picnic lunch, rinse off in the waterfall, perhaps even a short hike, and then head back out to sea. We can explore a sea cave if the tide permits, and then land at the White Sands of Polihale Beach for a celebratory swim, and to catch our ride home.

 

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