Waimea Canyon and Wailua River Tour

  • Tour code: 076-671
  • Available: Daily
  • Depart from: Kauai, HI
  • Duration: 11 Hours
From USD$114.69

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Visit Kauai, HI (Wailua River, HI, Waimea Canyon, HI).

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Adult:$114.69
Child:$68.81
  • Child rates apply to children ages 3 to 11, children under 3 are free provided they don´t occupy a seat.
  • Children must be accompanied by at least one adult. If your child will occupy a seat, please purchase a child ticket.

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  • Day 1 Kauai
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Day 1 Kauai

On this Kauai tour you will enjoy a day filled with the lush beauty, legends and saga of Hawaii's "Garden Isle."

Journey to the majestic Waimea Canyon, which Mark Twain called, "the Grand Canyon of the Pacific". Over 10 miles long, and almost 4,000 feet deep this marvel was formed by erosion and the catastrophic collapse of the volcano that created Kauai. Enjoy the drive along Route 580, which provides gorgeous views of the Wailua River. We will also visit Hanapepe Town. This little town was very busy during WWII and the 1950's with GI's and sailors training. This little town was also used as a location for many shows and films.

As we cruise along the southern coast, we'll drive through Poipu, a resort getaway for those in the know and home the Spouting Horn. This natural wonder occurs when water rushes under a lava shelf and bursts through a small opening at the surface, making an eerie hissing noise.

Afterwards, head back toward the Wailua River for your Wailua River Cruise before we conclude our tour and return to the departure points for dropoff.

Kaua'i is one of the major islands in the Hawaiian chain. The northern half of the island is made up of state and national parks which boast breathtaking canyons, mountains, and beaches. The largest is Waimea Canyon State Park.

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    Also known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, Waimea Canyon is a large canyon, approximately ten miles (16 km) long and up to 3,000 feet (900 m) deep.
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    This Hawaiian river measures about 20 miles long, located on the island of Kauai. It is the only river on the Hawaiian islands that is navigable by kayak and canoe.
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    A fern covered lava rock grotto located on the Wailua River in Kauai where you can discover the beauty of a tropical rain forest filled with lush native plants.
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    A picturesque view of the lush tropical valley that was once a Hawaiian taro farming community with some of the taro patches still being farmed today.
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    A 151–foot waterfall that flows year round over basalt from volcanic eruptions millions of years ago is the most accessible waterfall on the island of Kauai.
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    Located in the Koloa district on the southern coast of Kauai, it is known for crashing waves and one of the most photographed spots on Kauai.

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