- Shore excursion to discover Kauai's spectacular natural beauty
- Enjoy breathtaking views after hiking up Waimea Canyon, the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific"
- Hear some Kauai history as you drive past Old Koloa Town and Waimea
- Watch Spouting Horn spew water up to 50 feet in the air
- Cruise down Wailua River to see Opaekaa Falls and Fern Grotto
- Free port pickup and drop-off
- Covered by Viator's worry-free policy: guaranteed on-time return to your ship
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At 14 miles long (22.5 kilometers), 1 mile wide (1.6 kilometers), and more than 3,600 feet (1,097 meters) deep, Waimea Canyon is the largest canyon in the Pacific and an awe-inspiring geologic gem. The Waimea Canyon Lookout provides breathtaking views of deep valleys and rugged crags. As you hike, you can enjoy spectacular views of the canyon from numerous lookouts and trails.
After exploring the wonders of Waimea Canyon, you’ll take a visual tour of Kauai, driving past Old Koloa Town, Hawaii’s first sugarcane plantation, and Waimea, the town where Captain Cook first landed in Hawaii in 1778.
Explore another of Kauai’s natural wonders at Spouting Horn, an ocean blow hole near Po’ipu Beach. At Spouting Horn, water rushes under a lava shelf and surges through a small opening at the surface, spewing water up to 50 feet (15 meters) into the air and making a hissing sound.
Your Kauai shore excursion finishes with a cruise down the Wailua River, which twists by beautiful waterfalls and rainforest landscapes along Kauai’s east side. As you travel down the 2-mile (3.2-kilometer) river, you’ll see the Opaekaa Falls and Wailua Falls. Your guide will then bring you to the Fern Grotto, a unique fern-covered cave set in a tropical garden.
Worry-free Shore Excursion:
We will ensure your timely return back to the ship in Nawiliwili Harbor for this activity. If your ship is delayed and you are unable attend this activity, your money will be refunded. See our terms and conditions for full details.
Reviewed by Susan B, February 2013
I have nothing negative to write about this tour. The guides were personable, funny and knowledgeable. We saw more than we expected to see and learned so much about the history and local lore of the island. We had a great time! Money very well spent.
Reviewed by MamaLindaC, September 2012
Roberts Hawaii has the most knowledge tour guides. I liked that they split this into two tours and had us eat lunch on the cruise ship. Those who bought this tour from the cruise ship paid alot more and the only difference was a box lunch.