Looking for adventure? You’ve come to the right place.
These tours are sure to get your adrenaline flowing and even push your limits to try things you never thought you could. Imagine flying like superman or superwoman on the longest Zipline in Kauai! Or picture yourself face to face with the Hawaiian Green Turtles as you try Scuba Diving for the first time! You won’t be disappointed with the amount of “Adventure” Kauai has to offer!
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Kauai South Island Snorkel Adventure takes you on a three-hour tour to see the Queen’s Summer Home from Allerton Bay, alongside the famous Spouting Horn and, weather permitting, out to Kipu Kai
Every year during the winter months, the humpback whales return to Hawaiian waters. See these amazing creatures in their natural habitat on this whale watching Zodiac tour.
First time (non-certified) divers will experience the PADI Discover Scuba Diving program, which covers the fundamental rules and guidelines of safe scuba diving. This experience can also be applied toward your PADI Open Water Certification.
The PADI eLearning Open Water Course is a 2-day course which consists of 5 confined water dives (in a pool) and 4 open water dives. If you’ve always wanted to take scuba diving lessons, experience unparalleled adventure and see the world beneath the waves, this is where it starts.
Yes, this dive is from the shore…but not your stereotypical run of the mill shore dive. With very easy entry and exit, short surface swim and lots of unique and plentiful marine life, the most popular south shore dive site is called Koloa Landing.
Kauai Down Under operates a 25 ft. ZODIAC RIB (Rigid hull Inflatable Boat) called the “Hokupa’a”. Our ZODIAC is a US Coast Guard approved vessel for sixteen passengers that takes visitors to areas of marine interest along Kauai’s southern coast.
This tour is for certified divers only. This thrilling experience allows divers to observe Hawaii’s underwater nightlife at its best. Divers are likely to encounter octopus, lobsters, eels, sleeping turtles, and a nocturnal phenomenon called bioluminescence.