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This was my favorite excursion of all. The gentle 2 mile kayak followed by a little over a mile hike led to the beautiful falls. At one point all the other groups left and our small group had the falls all to ourselves for about 15 minutes.
Our tour was awesome. Our guide was very good with telling us about the area's flora and wildlife. I highly recommend this tour to anyone.
Mud and all this was a small group tour, four of us the other couple didn't show, their loss but waiting for them put a timmed crunch on us, that shouldn't be but guide Jessie was awesome. Pictures upload later.
This was by far the coolest thing I've done on the island! When they say... The trail is a bit muddy.. They mean it! First you get to experience the beauty of Kauai by kayak and then you get to forge a river, sludge through mud pits and then enjoy lunch by the beauty of the waterfall. l loved it!
Lucas was awesome!!!!! This was a lot of fun even though we were walking through mud up to our knees practically. They were honey from the get go. Everyone was really nice. Will do this one again when we go back and ask for Lucas!!!!
Kelly was Fab!! Loooooved the mud :) It's the perfect amount of on the water and hiking time! Great time for experienced and novice outdoors people!! Thanks Kayak Kauai!!
Great tour with our guide Kelly. He was very knowledgable about the island, history and plants. He went out of his way to make sure everyone was comfortable with the kayaking and hike.
We were a little worried because when we got there, we found out that we were the only 2 participants that were not part of a large wedding party. As it turned out, our worries were unfounded because we had a great time with both the kayaking experience and the hike. Thank you very much!
Joe and Cheryl Brown
What a great trip. Not only was the Kayaking a bunch of fun but the hiking was amazing through the jungle and mud. Lot's of fun and exercise. Highly recommend.
One of the greatest experiences that I have ever had! The tour guide was amazing, he even took the time to point out different plants and animals along the way. The hike was my favorite part. The light peaking through the jungle was fantastic.
I highly recommend anyone visiting Kauai to take this tour. It’s a great way to enjoy nature, get a little exercise and meet some pretty amazing people.
The Wailua river kayak and hike adventure was great. Our tour guide Lars was so much fun and took good care of us. He was great. The kayaking was fun. Definitely wear water shoes to cross the creeks in several areas. The waterfall was beautiful and we had a nice picnic lunch there before heading bac
This tour was wonderful! Kelly was our guide and she was very informative and friendly. The river is beautiful and the equipment was great (I am now hooked on the rudder kayak that is powered by the foot pedals). The hike was fun, even with the mud. Note that this is a moderately strenuous hike, but we did some seniors out there on the trail! Great waterfall to have lunch at and what an excellent lunch. Yummy organic sandwiches. Great company - I would definitely do it again and recommend it to others!
A very fun way to spend half a day outside on and in the water. Our guide, Kelly, was great – very knowledgable and friendly. Its possible to find the secluded waterfall we hiked to on your own, but not recommended unless you are really good navigating faint jungle paths and the river. We ran into several lost couples and our guide helped them out. Food was also great. Definitely do this trip if you like kayaking.
Definitely recommend this tour for nature lovers who are seeking fun, calorie-burning activities. Be prepared to kayak for a little over an hour each way down Wailua River as your tour guide gives you the rundown of the history of the river, as well as the surrounding native (or non-native) species of birds and plants. After we pulled our kayaks up to our destination, we sludged through 1.5 miles of muddy jungle landscape to get to a secluded waterfall, where our tour guide provided us with lunch: a sandwich, cookie, drinks, pineapple, and yam chips. We picnicked right by the waterfall and and were given plenty of time for picture opportunities and a chance to do a little swimming to cool down. Tip: Afternoon trips are best if you want to avoid the crowds and bring plenty of sunblock as you are completely exposed while you are paddling through the river.