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See some of the most stunning natural features of Kaui on this tour. You'll start at the Opaeka'a Waterfall and Wailua River Overlook, followed by a trip through a tea tunnel straight to the powerful Spouting Horn, a seafront geyser that shoots tall streams of water through the air. Your final stop is Koloa, a charming town founded at the beginning of the state's sugar cane industry.
A unique opportunity to engage with the rare and culturally significant plants of Kauai, their stories and how they connect with people who care for them. Experience a place that inspires and leaves you with a spirit of authenticity and aloha to last a lifetime.
Attention plant lovers: this one’s for you. Tour McBryde Garden and Allerton Garden, learning about the island’s tropical plants and horticultural history from a professional guide. Home to the famous Moreton Bay fig trees from the movie Jurassic Park, the gardens feature lush foliage, old-growth forests, fountains, and many species of exotic flowers. A behind-the-scenes look at the state-of-the-art horticultural center is also included.
See the highlights of the beautiful garden island of Kauai with this all-inclusive small group tour. In the morning, you'll visit four waterfalls, with the chance to swim in a private lagoon, before heading off to lunch. The afternoon will be spent snorkeling and hiking up the Napali Coast trail, followed by a dinner before heading back to your accommodations, included in the tour fee.
Get a taste of Kauai life on this half-day tour around the island. Travel to Waimea Canyon, a 10-mile, 3,000-foot-deep geographic feature known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, and ‘Opaeka'a Falls, a 151-foot-waterfall that flows over volcanic rock. Then visit Kapaa to check out NoKa Fair, the town’s one-of-a-kind boardwalk shopping center made from repurposed shipping containers.