Good question. You need to call us at (808) 742-9667 for check-in time and location. We offer 10 different guided tours daily, and check-in times and locations vary. So be sure to give us a call and we will be happy to get you set with all the info you need about our Kauai activities. It’s important for you to be on time at your correct location. Tours depart on time, and the no-show charge is 100%.
Nope. Right on time is just fine. But if you need to shop for anything to wear or bring on your tour, or care to use the restroom, plan to arrive early accordingly.
We provide bottled water throughout all of our tours. If you care to bring an energy drink or snack, feel free. For safety, no alcoholic beverages are permitted.
Our tours go rain or shine and we do get brief showers most days, so be prepared for some sprinkles.
Yes. Waterproof is recommended.
No slippers (flip-flops), please. For kayak and zipline tours teva-type sport sandals with heelstraps and aggressive tread on the soles are perfect. They are quick-dry and comfortable as you go in and out of the water, and will work great for you on the hiking segments, too.
Our minimum age is 7.
Children must be at least 70 lbs and adults must be under 275 lbs. Everyone zipping must be at least 4 feet tall.
The Hidden Falls tour is a one-way paddle on the Hule’ia River, and you’re brought back by our motorized double-hulled canoe instead of paddling back. That makes it an easy, relaxing tour that’s great for beginners and families with children. The Wailua River Kayak paddles up the Wailua, and then there’s a mile hike to a waterfall. After you have lunch at the waterfall, you hike back and paddle back. It’s a great trip for active people looking for a moderately strenuous adventure.
Yes. We do recommend bug spray for all of our river kayak and zipline tours. Those tours are in and out of the rainforest, and the mosquitoes bug some people (pun intended).
Sure. But space is very limited on our zipline tours, so all passengers pay full fare whether zipping or not. Non-zippers are definitely welcome to come along and watch the fun, but should be prepared to do a little more hiking.
Kipu Ranch close to both the Poipu and Kapa’a resort areas, located about halfway between the two. It is 4,000 acres in size, bounded on the north at Hule’ia River and on the south at the summit ridgeline of the Ha’upu Mountain Range. “Outfitters Kauai Kipu Ranch” comes up in both Google Maps and Apple Maps.