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Explore ancient lava tubes and venture into sea caves. Get up close and personal with the Napali Coast, one of National Geographic’s favorite places to photograph. Minutes after leaving Hanalei bay, the spectacular Napali Coast comes into view as your captain and crew entertain your imagination with stories of the Hawaiʻians who once made this coast their home.

Adult Ages 13+ yrs
Child Ages 5-12
  • Views of the Napali Coast with a dramatic departure from Hanalei Bay
  • Snacks, Soft drinks and bottled water
  • You’ll commonly see dolphins, sea turtles, and seabirds on this tour.

Afternoon Napali Adventure

From sea-level, you really get a feel for the tremendous scale of Napali. The afternoon light is best for photography, so make sure to bring your camera. Depending on the ocean conditions for the day of your tour, we will have the opportunity to explore inside the sea caves and ancient lava tubes that once created Kauai’s rugged landscape.

As a company that puts sustainability at the forefront of goals, they request you bring your own reusable water bottle with you on tour. They will have plenty of filtered spring water available to refill through the duration of your tour.. One way to help keep motion sickness at bay is to stay well hydrated, so keep your water intake consistent before and during your tour!

Adventurer II & III Rigid Inflatables

Adventurer II and III are super-fast, modern, rigid-hull inflatable boats. Not to be confused with a Zodiac-type rubber raft, they’re made with a channeled fiberglass hull that cuts through the waves. Twin 225 hp outboard motors allow for a top speed up to 30 knots!

The high speed of these rafts, combined with our unique North Shore departure, brings the Napali Coast into view just minutes after we leave Hanalei Bay — no one gets to the coast faster

Tour Details

  • Check in at 1:00 p.m. or 1:30 p.m. at their Hanalei location (please call for check-in time).
  • Tour length: 3 hours

What to Bring

For this one-of-a-kind activity bring along your comfortable attire, hat, sunscreen, water bottle and a light sweater should it get breezy and of course don’t forget your camera!

Know Before You Go

They pride their selves on creating fun and memorable ocean adventures for their guests. Your safety is their top priority; therefore, all their routes, destinations, and snorkeling activities are dependent on ocean and weather conditions. Conditions around Kauaʻi can change quickly, so our expert captains are constantly analyzing and may wait until check-in time to determine the best route for the day. If that occurs, you will have the opportunity to go on the altered tour, reschedule to another day.