Kayaking in Kauai

Kayaking in Kauai

Kauai is a famously beautiful place, and its kayaking opportunities are no exception. Whether you’re looking for a leisurely paddle down a tranquil river or an adrenaline-pumping journey through crashing waves, Kauai has something to offer everyone. So pack your sunscreen and water shoes and head out on the open water for some unforgettable kayaking experiences in Kauai. 

Kayaking Tour to Kahiliwai River and Falls

Kaua’i may be smaller than some of the other islands in Hawai’i, but it still offers amazing views. There are many beautiful gems on this little island that you won’t find in any popular kayaking magazines. These beautiful places of the Hawaiian chain never made it onto any list, yet they are some among Hawaii’s most stunning natural sights!

Kahiliwai River and Falls is an unforgettable experience for all ages. The small kayaking tour will allow you to enjoy the natural wonders of this serene area while learning about its history, flora & fauna–even though it may be hard not get drawn into exploring more than one site at a time!

You’ll see waterfalls that shine like jewels in amongst lush forests filled will songbirds floating by. Their beauty can’t be matched until you get closer – which we encourage because this place needs all attention it gets so people don’t drive away without noticing how amazing these natural gems actually are.

Paddle Kauai Jungle Streams and Hike

Explore the deep, dark heart of Kauai’s jungle on a kayaking and hiking adventure. You’ll start by paddling your way through Wailua River before continuing another mile onto footto see this spectacular 100-foot tall waterfall! After enjoying some lunch, take time to cool off in one our local swimming holes or enjoy just admiring all around you–from plants & streams down below up above ground level, this is nature at its most beautiful.

With its lush green forests, crystal clear rivers and waterfalls it’s an incredible place that once held great significance to Hawaii’s ancient royalty as well as now being home for many native Hawaiian tradition holders who come here in search preserving their culture alive! Come meet some of the most interesting people in Kauai! Learn about plants that can only be found on this island, both medicinal and ornamental.

Hanalei Bay Kayak & Snorkel Tour

What’s better than a day in the beautiful Hanalei Bay? This two-in one tour gives you an opportunity to explore this picturesque area by kayak and snorkel! Get up close with all of its gorgeous scenery, see sea turtles swim past your underwater observing scope. Afterward enjoy lunch overlooking sunny blue waters while watching birds circle overhead. On this two-in one, half day tour you’ll experience the beauty of Hanalei Bay first hand as your guide takes you on a kayaking trip along its iconic river before transitioning into snorkeling gear so that can get up close and personal with sea turtles in their natural habitat.

Kayaking the Napali Coast

Kayaking the Napali Coast is an amazing adventure that will take you through some of Hawaii’s most beautiful scenery. It may be physically demanding, but it’s worth every minute when compare to boat tours because this path gives visitors access into hidden gems such as waterfalls and sea caves never seen before by other means.

A kayaker has two options: either go with organized groups who provide equipment at set prices (and guarantee safety), or bring your own vessel while navigating according to personal preference; whatever route one chooses – there are plenty places where people can stop along.

You can go out on either Haena Beach or Polihale Coast, but be sure not forget about your stop at Milolii! There are many snorkeling spots along these 17 miles which will make it worth while. If this sounds like something up your alley too then combine both trips by stopping off in Nualolo Kai before continuing onto another adventure nearby – TheHonopu Valley.

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Arthur G. Moore

Arthur G. Moore is a veteran paddler. He has over 10 years of whitewater kayaking experience in his kitty. When he was young, he used to love kayaking in rapid III and rapid IV but as time went on, he decided to concentrate mainly on covering long distances on a standard touring kayak. He is currently working as a senior editor for Kayak Manual.

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