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Rick Haviland is a pioneer in the area of adventure tour providers on the island of Kauai. His company, Outfitters Kauai, provides hiking tours, bike tours, zip-line tours and kayak tours as well. The very first of Ricks endeavors was actually a kayak trip that gave clients a taste of ocean kayaking on the south side of the island. This tour was significant because it was one of the first governmentally sanctioned kayak tours in the state and set the ground work for other tours to follow. His repertoire of kayak tours offered today includes a plethora of river kayaking trips on the Wailua, and Huleia rivers and some remarkable ocean kayaking adventures on both the north and south side of the island. The south side adventures are generally available year round and are an improved version of his original trip but the Na Pali Coast kayak tour is run only in the summer months when the wave action on the north shore permits such kayaking activity. Outfitters Kauai's hiking and extraordinary zipline adventures register at the top of the scale for excitement and fun and the bike tour offers a picturesque coast down the slopes of the Waimea Canyon.
This is a strenuous 15 mile tour by kayak to one of the most beautiful and remote shorelines. Paddle at the base of sheer 3000' sea cliffs, see waterfalls plunging hundreds of feet into the ocean and land at a beautiful beach that is actually closed 9 months of the year due to huge surf.
This brand new, first of its kind half day adventure will give you the opportunity to stand up paddle on a calm river, hike, swing and ride. After an informative and fun stand up paddle boarding lesson, your experienced guides will fit you with a stable, state-of-the-art Surftech board and paddle that are just right for you.
The original zipline company of Kaua'i invites you to fly high above the lush jungle terrain. The Lele Eono zipline trek allows you to go platform to platform, center dismount, and zippel, jumping out of tree houses, crossing rivers and waterfalls, through the canopy and over the tree tops.
The Wailua River is a placid jungle stream that goes deep into the heart of the island. After your downwind paddle upstream, tie your kayak to a tree and take a somewhat rugged one mile hike up the valley to a dramatic 100' waterfall with a pool at the bottom.