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Private Waimea Canyon Kauai Sightseeing Tour
"Waimea Canyon or the ""Grand Canyon of the Pacific"" coined by Mark Twain is a deep large valley formed due to the force of the Waimea River that cuts through the Mount Wai’ale’ale and the caving in of a volcano. This is the largest canyon in the entire Pacific and is a rare geological wonder and one can clearly see the red co crags crested mounts makes you to simply forget the world. Its beauty beats many of its rival canyons though it is small in size compared to them. Enjoy additional time with Kauai Coffee Plantation get a snow cone at Old Waimea Town or view the blow hole at Spouting Horn. Recommended time is 4 hours when being picked up at either south or east shore locations including Nawiliwili Harbor."
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Kauai: Waimea Canyon and Fern Grotto Kauai
"TOUR DESCRIPTION: Explore some of Kauai’s most beautiful spots which will demonstrate why this island is known as “The Garden Isle.” During your all-day tour the lush vegetation covering all altitudes will surround you from towering Eucalyptus trees projecting from the 3500-foot cliffs to waterfalls crashing down deep valleys and fern-covered grottos. Many dramatic ocean views will also delight you as you explore almost the entire island.HIGHLIGHTS: Queen Victoria’s Profile Haupu Mountain range o 500 eucalyptus trees were planted to form where today they tower over 100 ft and make a spectacular entry way to Koloa. Koloa Town - Holds the rich history of Hawaii’s sugar plantation days. Spouting Horn - One of the most photographed was carved out by the Waimea River and the collapse of a volcano. Coco Palms Grove - Ancestral site of Kauai’s last reigning royalty and largest Coconut grove in the state where Elvis Presley filmed Blue Hawaii. Holo Holo Ku Heaiu - (sa
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Kauai: Waimea Canyon Tour
"HIGHLIGHTS: Spouting Horn* -  One of the most photographed spots on Kauai with ocean water spraying like a geyser up to 50 feet in the air. Waimea Canyon*  - Known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific was carved out by the Waimea River and the collapse of a volcano. The rich colors of the red soil and the lush greenery are a spectacular site to see. Hanapepe Valley Lookout*  - A picturesque view of the lush tropical valley that was once was home to the island’s last sugar plantation and today is the backyard to high tech companies and small businesses. Russian Fort Elizabeth - The last Russian Fort on the Hawaiian Islands. Koloa Town - From some of the oldest buildings discover how this main port of entry was a favorite amongst the whaling fleet. """"Discover the natural beauty and experience one of the best views of the western coast of Kauai. This tour takes you right up to the rim of one of the most awe-inspiring sites in Hawaii – the Waimea Canyon also known as “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific”. Thousands of years of erosion have turned the canyon walls into a multi-hued canvas
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More Things to Do in Poipu

Shipwreck Beach

Shipwreck Beach is a nice little beach located just east of the Grand Hyatt Poipu Beach property. It’s a favorite spot for surfers. The water usually provides moderate waves for surfers and boogie...
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Etoile2B
Jul 29, 2009

Visit nearby Koloa

Odds are you will pass through Koloa on your way to Poipu. It is a charming little town with important Hawaiian history that is worth a visit. It was the first sugar plantation town in all Hawaii, and...
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trvlrtom
Mar 03, 2009

Spouting Horn

Spouting Horn Beach Park is a wonderful stop on Kauai's south shore near Poipu. The rugged shoreline here has an opening in a lava shelf, and when the waves rush in water is forced through the hole...
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trvlrtom
Feb 28, 2009

Cliff walk at Makawehi

Leading east from Shipwreck Beach there is an interesting walk along the rugged cliffs. The access is easy, just up the trail from the beach, which has a small parking lot. The cliffs were formed from...
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trvlrtom
Feb 28, 2009

Kiahuna or Sheraton Beach

This beach may be overlooked by some visitors because you don't see it from the main road. Access is easy, however; there is a small parking lot just to the west of the Sheraton, and there is a...
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trvlrtom
Feb 28, 2009

Poipu Beach Park

This is probably the most popular beach on Kauai's south shore. There is good, safe swimming, easy access, picnic tables, and one of the few examples of a tombolo - a narrow stretch of land/sand...
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trvlrtom
Feb 28, 2009
 
 
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Shipwreck Beach

You won't find a shipwreck at this beach; the old one the beach is named for is long gone. But you will find a pretty sand beach, fairly wide and long, framed on one side by a rugged bluff and backed...
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trvlrtom
Feb 28, 2009

Poip'u Beach

Poip’u Beach is a family oriented public beach situated between resorts. There is a park leading up to the sand with public restrooms, picnic shelters and barbeque pits. The water is calmer here than...
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Etoile2B
Jan 22, 2009

Spouting Horn

Spouting Horn is created by water rushing under a lava shelf and bursting through a small opening at the surface. The blowhole differs from the nearby holes by blowing water instead of air, making a...
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tpk2
Nov 19, 2006

Get Seasick!

We were pleased to have ended up with Holo Holo Charters after the catamaran we were initially booked on became damaged. As we left the port and sailed toward the Napali Coast it became obvious that...
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jenn_d
Jun 27, 2006

In Search of a Waterfall

We took the winding drive to the top of Waimea Canyon to a terrific lookout point and then decided we wanted to see things up close. There are about 10 different trails in Waimea Canyon ranging in...
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jenn_d
Jun 17, 2006

Local's faverite uncrowded Mahaulepu Beach Poipu

" Mahaulepu Beach" is one of the best beaches I recommend you to visit. I bet you heard enough about Poipu Beach, one of the best beaches in US! I agree with that however it is just one of the very...
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toning
Mar 18, 2006

Do Not Approach

A sign used when monk seals are in the area. Nowadays the area in which a monk seal is beached is not only temporarily fenced off with caution tape, but is patrolled especially in high population...
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annk
May 09, 2005

Hula Show at Poipu Shopping Village

The Poipu Shopping Village has FREE Tahitian Dance shows twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:00-5:45 p.m. Limited terraced seating is available by the center stage.The shopping village is a...
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annk
Feb 19, 2005

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2373 Ho'ohu Rd, Poipu, Hawaii, 96756, United States
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1941 Poipu Rd, Poipu, Hawaii, 96756, United States
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1792 Pe'e Road, Poipu, Hawaii, 96756, United States
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2564 Hoonani Rd, Poipu, Hawaii, 96756, United States
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"Sunny Poipu Beach, Kauai"
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"Vacation Paradise in Poipu!"
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"Hawaiin Style"
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"Poipu"
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"Wedding at Poipu Beach"
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