Children: (3-14) $144.00
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A full-day adventure that's great for families. Take a fun downwind kayak trip on the Hule'ia River, a beautiful and historic jungle stream. After an easy 2-mile paddle, we'll tie our kayaks to a tree and take a short walk to a gorgeous area of waterfalls and swimming holes. Next, we jump onto our covered wagon for a fabulous trip across Kipu Ranch - we'll be pulled by our big 4WD tractor to Kamapuaa Falls trailhead we'll take a short stroll down to our incredible Swiss Family Robinson-style tree house, which is built around a huge Banyan tree.
You'll be overlooking the middle pitch of the 120' bridal veil Kamapuaa Falls from our picnic benches, while enjoying a delicious catered luncheon. Following lunch, guests will have the option of taking a wild ride on our 275' Zipline over a waterfall and river, returning on foot via an 80' suspension bridge.
State-of-the-art equipment and procedures make for a 100% safe and exhilarating "extreme" experience. From there we'll be continuing along our forest trail through the exotic foliage to Kipu Falls for swimming.
Restrictions: In order to participate in the zipline portion of the tour, passangers must weigh between 80 and 275lbs. Those who weigh less or more will not fit in the harness.
The more adventurous types will be jumping into swimming holes at the base of waterfalls cascading over black lava rock cliffs, and swinging on ropes tied to tree branches high above mountain pools. Others might simply relax and enjoy the quiet beauty!
From there, we'll be cruising by covered wagon to a jungle trail, where we'll walk to our river landing. Kick back on our exotic and unique twin-hulled powered Hawaiian canoe for a delightful cruise back down river - a fun ending to a fun day.
Departure: Check-in at 7:30am, 8:45am at Poipu Shop - add 30 minutes for Nawiliwili Harbor pickup
Duration: Approximately 7 hours
Children: 3-14 years old pay reduced price
Included: Snacks and cold drinks, and a great picnic lunch, guide gratuity not included.
Restrictions: Must be able to walk 2 miles and kayak 60-90 for minutes. In order to participate in the zipline portion of the tour, passangers must weigh between 80 and 275lbs. Those who weigh less or more will not fit in the harness.
What to wear and bring: Swimsuit, shorts, T-shirt, windbreaker or light rain coat, footwear with aggressive tread for muddy conditions (example: Teva type sandals with heel straps or aqua socks with tread), sunscreen, hat, bug spray.
Note: Operates Monday thru Saturday only!
This activity was great, the guides really knew a lot about Kauai and its natural history, plus there were so many cool things to do from kayaking, the zipline or when the guides talked us into swinging from a rope swing from 20 feet up and jumping down into a giant swiming hole next to the cascading Kipu Falls. Everything was extremely organized and they provided us with an excellent lunch and snacks throughout the whole excursion. I would say this activity is great for all ages as long as you can Kayak or have someone to help you, just remember to bring your bugspray and sunscreen...
The boatman on the return trip needs to be more respectful of the lady guide. For the price, the food should have been better quality
One of the highlights of our trip. I just wish the water wasnt so cold!
It would be a good idea to post something about wearing clothing that you don't mind ruining - red dirt does not come out! We were told that just after hearing the kayaking instructions, a little late in the game to be changing clothes!!
Our guides were awesome!!!
It was very unsanitary not to have utensils for the condiments for the sandwiches at lunch.
I would have like to zippedline then swam at waterfall, but regardless it was fun
Amy, Ben and Chaz? did an excellent job and would recommend this to others.