3 Tours to Consider While In Kauai

Kauai is Hawaii’s oldest island and is full of preserved nature and untarnished landscapes. This gives Kauai a unique authentic feel and makes it a lush paradise to visit.  If you’re into eco-tourism, Kauai is the Hawaiian island for you! Below are three ideas for tours you can take while visiting Kauai. These are great for solo travelers or the whole family:


1. Kauai sea tours are very popular. One must see in Kauai is the Na Pali Coast. This part of Kauai is beautiful with massive sea cliffs and amazing snorkeling. You can take a catamaran around the coast for a half or full day adventure. Enjoy sightseeing, snorkeling and swimming. Other tours event take a Certified Coast Guard raft with allows you to really explore all of the Na Pali Coast. You can venture into sea caves and under waterfalls for the best scenery and the closest views. If you’re interested in the sea raft tour, you have to visit DiscoverHawaiiTours.com. Kauai tours on TripAdvisor won’t offer the sea raft option, so act fast!


2. Another fun opportunity in Kauai are the zip line tours. Kauai is full of untouched nature and beautiful rainforests. What better way to see it all but up in the air among the wildlife and birds? Zip line tours are fun for the whole family and relatively easy from an athletic standpoint. You just have to be brave enough to let go!


3. Finally, while Kauai is an amazing island to visit, you won’t want to miss out on all the other attractions across Hawaii. Luckily inter-island tours are a breeze from Kauai. Hop on a plane and head over to the Oahu for a tour of Pearl Harbor. Or you can spend the day in Maui. But if you love the feel of Kauai, you can always come back and sleep among the untouched nature that makes this island so very special.

There are plenty of attractions to keep you busy in Kauai. Above are just three options for you and your travel companions. To see more about Kauai activities and to learn more about inter-island tours, visit DiscoverHawaiiTours.com today! As they would say in Hawaii: Mahalo nui loa (or “thank you very much”) for reading about all the island of Kauai has to offer!

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