Beautiful Tours of the Island of Kauai
Kauai is a lesser-known, but equally exciting Hawaiian Island that has much to offer visitors. With Discover Hawaii Tours, you can take advantage of any number of great tours of the island of Kauai. These tours take you along the famous Na Pali coast, up close to the beautiful beaches and reefs, and even deep into the valleys and rainforests of Kauai to see incredible historical sites. Here is just a small offering of the tours that are available to book with Discover Hawaii Tours.
Just off the coast of Kauai, you can take a stand-up paddle tour with Discover Hawaii Tours. You’ll be trained by one of our expert tour guides on how to use the stand-up paddle board and then you’ll be on your way! Down winding scenic rivers and through the rainforest you’ll go aboard your stand-up paddle board, seeing the natural beauty of Kauai in a unique way. When you’ve paddled to your destination, you’ll be taken on a short hike through the rainforest to a secluded, fresh water swimming hole. Jump in to cool off and enjoy your short stay in the breathtaking beauty of the rainforest.
On the Nu’aololo Kai Beach Landing Raft tour with Discover Hawaii Tours, you’ll explore the incredible beauty of Kauai’s Na Pali Coast. Massive sea cliffs meet the sparkling blue waters where you’ll land your raft on the secluded Nu’aololo Kai Beach and do some shallow-water snorkeling. Later, your knowledgeable tour guide will take you on a short hike to the remains of a former village, where ancient Hawaiian’s lived along Kauai’s coast.
Travel from Kauai to Pearl Harbor to go on one of Discover Hawaii’s Pearl Harbor tours. Discover Hawaii Tours offers a number of tours of Pearl Harbor, and many that you choose include airfare from Kauai to the starting point of your tour. Stop at the USS Arizona Memorial to remember the 1,000 crewmen and officers who lost their lives aboard the Arizona during the attacks on December 7th, 1941. Take a tour of the upper decks and lower decks of the USS Missouri, the battleship that was also the site of the Japanese surrender that ended the Second World War. You can also visit Ford Island, where the USS Oklahoma Memorial now stands in honor of the 429 men who lost their lives when the Oklahoma sank.
These tours fill up quickly, so decide soon what tour you want to take in order to see the best of the island Kauai. Don’t miss the chance of a lifetime to explore this lesser-known Hawaiian Island; book online or call us at 808-670-3743.
Written By: Leo Malagon