We had to reschedule this trip due to the threat of hurricane lane, and when we did ended up on a trip with a total of 6 people and the guides. We had a great time. 2.5 mile kayak trip up the river, a quick...More
Meet your guide and group at the prearranged time and location—it’s advised you bring swimwear, a towel, insect repellant, sunscreen, waterproof camera, and sturdy footwear suitable for wet conditions.
After being outfitted with safety equipment and selecting your deluxe two-person kayak, you push off and explore the Huleia National Wildlife Refuge. Paddle past the Menehune Fishpond, an archaeological site that shows ancient aquaculture methods, and soak up the views of the Haupu Mountain Range.
Pull your kayak up to the shore then head out for an invigorating 1.5-mile (2.4-kilometer) hike through pristine rainforest. Splash around in the pool-drop waterfalls of Hidden Falls and listen as your guide recounts local legends. Enjoy snacks and soft drinks before heading back down to the river for a return trip in a motor-powered canoe.
Bid your group farewell as your tour concludes back at original departure point.
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Our family of five (sons ages 9, 11 & 14) had a great time on the kayaking trip. It was an easy kayak along the river. Probably 45 minutes or so of kayaking. Nice walk through the forest. Monica was very knowledgeable about local plants...More
Lots of fun on this one. After the 2 mile kayak trip, we were hot and ready for a dip. First stop was a rope swing and cool water pool. Then more hiking and we entered Jurassic Park. Really great view. Followed by lunch, a...More
Ok, bad review, lets get through it. The guides were not engaging or helpful at all. There were two guides so you would think one would be in front and one in the back. But these guys just wanted to talk to each other rather...More
You can't go wrong with this one. Kayaking was a blast and the hike to the waterfall was even better as our guide took plenty of time to talk about the different plants and area history. After a picnic lunch, we were able to take...More