Here is a sampling of some of the places we can go and things you can experience. Your tour is always flexible as we explore the island.
Kauai has 50 miles of white sand beaches, each with its own distinct personalities and characteristics. We can find you a wonderful snorkeling spot and provide a picnic lunch and beverages. Prefer a secluded spot with endless ocean views? How about a morning beach adventure followed by lunch at an island restaurant? Perhaps sink your toes into the sand as you watch the sun set into the Pacific with a glass of wine in hand. Mix or match. We'll set up the perfect beach experience for you.
Take in the extraordinary views of Waimea Canyon, the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific,” with its dramatic red mountain ranges and stunning waterfalls. Continue onto Kauai’s rainforest at 4,400 foot elevation, culminating in the breathtaking Kalalau Lookout.
Kauai has a rich culture and history that can be experienced in a multitude of ways, from a tour of Kauai Museum, driving through actual sugar plantation “camps,” taking a peek at a now-defunct sugar mill, strolling through Koloa town, where the first successful sugar plantation was founded, art walks through various towns. Meet with local musicians, as available.
Kauai is nicknamed “The Garden Island” for good reason. Tour nationally-renowned botanical gardens, including one that was architecturally designed and has been the backdrop for many movies. There you can learn the history of plants that were brought by Polynesians by canoe more than a thousand years ago.
Experience Kauai-made products including a chocolate factory, the largest coffee plantation in the United States, iconic Kauai dirt-dyed T-shirts, a microbrewery, gourmet salts, a cookie factory, pie baker and the manufacturer of specialty jams, jellies and other goodies from the lilikoi or passion fruit.
We’ll take you to popular sights, such as the Waimea Canyon and the Kalalau Lookout, Tunnel of Trees, Menehune Fishpond and Hanalei Bay. Along the way we’ll teach you about island culture and history. We’ll also take you to a few special places known only to island locals.
(Some offerings are dependent upon weather and availability.)