1. Waimea Canyon Tour
Waimea Canyon is the most popular tour of all the Kauai sightseeing tours. Often called the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific,” it was created when the volcano that created the island of Kauai collapsed. Over time it has been deepened further by the flow of rainwater from the slopes of Mount Waiʻaleʻale. Meanwhile, this erosion has turned the basalt rock red, creating a colorful juxtaposition against the bright green foliage growing throughout the canyon. At ten miles long and 3,000 feet deep, photos simply cannot do this place justice!
2. Kauai Movie Tour
Kauai’s stunning beaches and lush jungles have made it a popular filming location for movies and television shows. In fact, more than sixty feature films have been shot on the island to date. Guided movie tours can take you to some of these off-the-beaten-path locales, many of which also happen to be some of the most stunning locations on the island. Meanwhile, you’ll also learn interesting facts about some of your favorite films and the island of Kauai. Whether you are a movie buff or a nature lover, you’ll love this tour!
3. Na Pali Coast by Boat
The Na Pali Coast may be the most recognizable coastline in Hawaii. With its jagged cliffs that rise thousands of feet out of the ocean, it is a sight not to be missed. Along the seventeen-mile coastline, you’ll also find many hidden coves, sea caves, beaches, waterfalls, and fast-moving streams. Meanwhile, ancient stone terraces remain visible on the valley floors. The Na Pali Coast is only accessible by sea, air, or on foot. Boat tours from Port Allen or Hanalei Bay are the most popular option.