Waimea Canyon Eco-Adventure Tour in Kauai

For those of you interested in a Hawaii tour package that caters to your taste for an eco-adventure, then you need to check out our Waimea Canyon tour, which will give you the experience of a lifetime. The Waimea Canyon tour will show you why they refer to it as Kauai’s Grand Canyon of the Pacific because this is truly one of Hawaii’s most amazing natural wonders. This natural setting literally stretches over 10 miles, across a 3,000-feet deep canyon, referred to as Waimea Canyon, and cannot be missed by the avid adventurist.

 

For those who don’t know why Kauai is referred to as the Garden Isle, they will be well-versed after this trip. This is one of the best land tours we have to offer, along with some of the most incredible sightseeing on the islands. You will be shown the best of Kauai by an expert tour guide, who will take you through some of the lushest and beautiful scenery on the way to places like the Spouting Horn Blowhole. Here you will see the amazing natural formations that make these locations such sought-after tour experiences.

 

In addition to the natural formations and awesome scenery, is the very deep historical and cultural locations you will get the chance to visit. Some of these sites, sacred to both the ancient Islanders and Hawaiians of today, include the Tunnel of Trees, the Captain Cook Landing Site, and the old Koloa Town. Each of these sites has rich cultural and historical relevance which your expert tour guide will teach you about as you go.

You will experience Kauai in style, as you travel in comfort from sight to sight. Some of the other highlights of your Kauai tour will incorporate a visit to the Russian Fort Elizabeth, the national historic landmark that is the last remaining Russian fort of the Hawaiian islands. Fort Elizabeth was built in the early 1800s by the Russian-American Company following an alliance with Hawaii’s High Chief of the time, Kaumualii.

 

There is so much for you to discover on the Waimea Canyon Eco-Adventure Tour prior to arriving at the main lookout of the canyon. You will also visit the Kauai Kookie Factory, the Hanapepe Town, and Menehune Ditch, and drive by the Kilohana Plantation. Don’t forget the Menehune Fishpond, also known as Alekoko, which was an ancient Hawaiian food source just off Puhi Road on Hulemalu Road near Lihue.

 

Finally, you will reach the breathtaking Waimea Canyon, 3,400 feet above sea level, which will give you a not-to-be-missed view of the famous canyon. This deep rift, over half a mile deep, will blow your mind and will undoubtedly solidify why this tour is a must for the eco-adventurist. We guarantee this tour provides an unmatched experience offering more than any other land tour we have available.