Activities on Kauai

Helicopter Tours: Travel deep into the hidden beauty of Kauai's interior aboard a modern soundproof helicopter, specially designed for panoramic viewing. You'll marvel at the jewell-tone cliffs of Waimea Canyon and the rugged scenic Na Pali coastline. Explore from above the mysterious Valley of the Lost Tribe and view the secluded valleys of Honopu, Kalalau, and Hanakapi'ai. The view from the air of Mount Wai'ale'ale, the wettest spot in the world, and beautiful Wailua Falls, will take your breath away.

Golf: Poipu Beach Resort, Princeville Golf Club, Prince & Makai Courses, others!

Deluxe Na Pali Half Day Lucky Lady Catamaran Tour: Climb aboard this deluxe custom 60 ft. power sailing catamaran for 5 1/2-6 hours of fun on Na Pali. Sail gently down the coast past sea caves, cascading waterfalls and lush valleys while listening to the enchanting history and legends of this once inhabited coast. Snorkeling is included. Optional Scuba diving is also available. Trip includes a continental breakfast, deli lunch and beverages.

Kalalau Trail: An 11-mile trail that begins at Dry Cave and winds its way along green ramparts, with waterfalls cascading beside the path and roaring surf on the shore below. The most spectacular scenery can be seen in the first mile.

Hidden Falls Kayak Adventure: Explore the best parts of Kauai both in and out of the water. Paddle 2 miles down the Huleia Stream and through the Huleia National Wildlife Refuge. Cruise past Alekoko, or Menehune Fishpond, and around the base of the Haupu Mountain Range, a majestic 2000ft shield volcano. Huleia has been the site of filming for Indiana Jones, and the sequel to Jurassic Park. After tying up the kayaks, guests will enter Hidden Valley, where they will be let through a rain forested valley. Also stops will be made along the way at waterfalls and swimming holes with rope swings. Guests will return back aboard a motorized Hawaiian canoe.

Kauai Museum: Here the story of the island is displayed in everything from lustrous feather leis to vintage photographs. A good place to become acquainted with Kauai, the legends and the people.

Wai'oli Hui'ia Church: This church is a museum in itself and still rings Hawaiian hymns on Sunday mornings.

Wai'oli Mission House: Here you can experience a brief moment into a missionary's past that has influenced the Hawaii of today. The museum contains a broad lanai with beautiful view, a lava chimney and period furniture.

Waimea Canyon Bicycle Downhill: Enjoy a fun, exciting bike ride from the rim of Waimea Canyon down 13 miles of smooth winding blacktop all the way to the Pacific's blue shores. Stop along the way for photos and narratives of Hawaii's history, culture, folklore and legends. Comfortable helmets and safe operating procedures make for a ride that's safe and controlled, but fun and exciting.