Welcome to Kauai, the Big Island of Hawaii, also known as the Garden Isle, and for good reasons. With tropical rainforests, an abundance of flora and fauna, lovely beaches and water, and unique historical towns, you will be certain to enjoy your visit to this island that may have busy port towns, yet still remains mostly undeveloped.
Your arrival to the port of Nawiliwili on Kauai brings you to the southeastern corner of the island. While on our Kauai Exclusive North and East Coast Sightseeing Excursion, we can offer you the chance to visit much of the dramatic landscape that you may well have seen in films and television shows such as Lost.
Come with us and see why the Polynesians made Hawaii their home thousands of years ago. Prior to 1959, when Hawaii became the 50th state of the United States of America, the first contact with outsiders was in 1778 when Captain James Cook and his crew landed. But, after his historical time in Hawaii, the islands were joined together under King Kamehameha the Great and were considered a kingdom. It's important to understand that Hawaiians are very proud of their history and have expressed this in a variety of ways including sculptures, historical sites, and museums.
So, what is there to do, you may ask. Well, our Kauai Excursions will show the best of this island in a variety of ways. Check out the great beaches for snorkeling and diving. Maybe come with us to enjoy sightseeing or adventures such as boating up a serene river and hiking to the lovely Fern Grotto on our Kauai Wailua River and Fern Grotto Excursion. Maybe you'd like to partake in an authentic luau as on our Kauai Wailua River, Fern Grotto and Luau Excursion, or check out the Daniel K. Inouye Lighthouse, or see the famous Grand Canyon of the Pacific, Waimea Canyon while enjoying our Kauai Waimea Canyon and Waimea River 2-Day Excursion.
No matter your tastes, we'll have the perfect Kauai Shore Excursions for you. Aloha!
Fun fact: many people feel that Aloha means simply hello, or goodbye, but it actually represents peace, love, and harmony. Saying Aloha comes from the heart for when you are truly glad to see someone, or will sincerely miss them when they leave.