Kauai Airport Shuttle – Things To Do
Kauai is a place that sets the imagination soaring. Her extraordinary beauty and charm have been immortalized in dozens of Hollywood films and television shows and yet, there’s nothing like meeting the real thing.
Perhaps the most striking quality of Kauai is her Eden-like loveliness. The chiseled ridges and valleys of Kauai’s Mt. Waialeale are cloaked, velvet-like, by emerald rainforests. Dramatic cliffs tower thousands of feet above the vast Pacific Ocean. The island’s edges are scalloped with sandy beaches and snorkeling spots frequented by Hawaiian monk seals and sea turtles; and lying hidden from sight are remote valleys, waterfalls and sea caves, accessible only via air or sea.
There are many ways to feel Kauai’s charm: visit beautiful waterfalls, take a leisurely cruise along Wailua River to the famed Fern Grotto, and find inspiration at Waimea Canyon – a geological wonder measuring 14 miles long and more than 3,600 feet deep. Cinema fans can follow their favorite actors and see, first-hand, some of Kauai’s iconic sites captured in blockbuster films.
There are small towns to visit, local foods to sample, historic points of interest and much more worth finding – on Kauai, Hawaii’s Island of Discovery.
Hawaii Movie Tour
Witness the ageless beauty of Kauai through the lens of Hollywood filmmakers. Select movie clips will be shown onboard the vehicle as you visit the locations to enhance your experience.
Waimea Valley and Fern Grotto Tour
Visit the island’s most spectacular destinations including the 3,000 foot deep Waimea Canyon and the lush gorgeous Wailua River.
Waimea Valley Tour
This tour focuses on one of the most awe-inspiring sites of Hawaii- the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific”.
Explore Our Islands
With so many fascinating things to see and discover, little wonder that Oahu is called the Heart of Hawaii.
For two decades, Conde Nast Traveler readers have voted Maui - the Valley Isle - as the Best Island in the World. Their reasons are found everywhere: on ancient volcanic slopes, in the valleys that gave Maui its nickname, along miles of scenic shoreline, and in its azure coastal waters.
The youngest and largest Hawaiian island is the story of Hawaii's creation - literally. Millenia younger than its sister islands, Hawaii Island - known as the Big Island - continues to grow as molten lava pours forth and adds to this awe-inspiring island.
Kauai is a place that sets the imagination soaring. Her extraordinary beauty and charm have been immortalized in dozens of Hollywood films and television shows and yet, there's nothing like meeting the real thing.