The newest addition to our Kauai activity lineup – the Kauai Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP) Adventure. From the company that introduced zipline tours to Kauai comes a brand-new adventure – the first of its kind in Hawaii!
A calm-water river stand up paddle board tour. You’ll paddle downwind, hike to waterfalls, ride a really fun little water zip line, and much more… return by supercool motorized canoe.
• $129 – Adults + tax
• $99 – Children 14 years old and under + tax (Guide gratuity not included)
Guests staying at Poipu area or Westside resorts should check in at Outfitters Kauai in Poipu at 7:45am, returning at 2:00pm.
Guests staying at Eastside or Northshore resorts should check in at The Kayak Shack at Nawiliwili Small Boat Harbor at 8:30am, returning at 1:30pm.
A hearty picnic lunch consisting of a turkey or veggie wrap, pasta salad, cookie, and cold bottled spring water.
What to wear and bring
We recommend you bring a swimsuit, shorts, t shirt, windbreaker or light rain coat, and footwear with aggressive tread for muddy conditions. Sport type sandals with heelstraps or aqua socks with tread work great. And don’t forget a hat, sunscreen, bug spray and a waterproof camera. You can buy these items at our Poipu shop, or rent sport sandals (as available) at Poipu.
Restrictions For This Tour
The tour includes short hikes, swimming, and stand up paddling. You’ll need to be able to walk about two miles over irregular terrain, & SUP 60-90 minutes. Passengers must weigh less than 240lbs* and be at least 12 years old.
Please note that occasionally tour guides will need to change locations or sequence of activities for hindrances such as fallen trees or raging waterfalls. But don’t worry; we have lots of fun up our sleeves in case of flying monkeys or whatever obstacle we may encounter.
*If you exceed the maximum weight, but have experience on a surfboard please call to discuss your possible participation.
We’ll start at 3,600 feet elevation and take an easy cruise down to sea level. We take frequent stops to marvel at dramatic canyon cliffs, enjoy deep forest scenery, and look out over the majestic Pacific Ocean.