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Holo Holo Charters

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Laura
Laura
November 16, 2019
Our favorite NaPali boat tour.
Carol
Carol
June 13, 2019
Beautiful Napali Coast trip with snorkling and fun, informed hosts. Gorgeous way to enjoy the water and the Napali scenery
Meghann
Meghann
September 5, 2017
Best Cultural Boat tour. Most offered. See the Napali coast and head out to Ni'ihau to swim, snorkel or scuba dive off their reef. Learn about real hawaiian culture and not what the dept of tourism feeds you. Hands down the best informative and special tour. They offer things no one else does.
John & Diana
John & Diana
December 5, 2016
Offers daily exclusive Kauai boat tours, Napali Coast tours and Niihau boat tours. Get to the fun faster aboard our Kauai built vessels.
Barbara
Barbara
September 2, 2015
This company offers different boating options from Port Allen, near Hanapepe. We have used them many times and always had a good trip.

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Slóði
“Makauwahi Cave is located at Mahaulepu Beach and not many people even know it's there and they are missing out! If you head to the south end (cliff side) of the beach there is a creek that flows into the river, take a right and head over the small bridge. You will see a small hole in the the wall -- you may think when you get there that you've gone the wrong way, but don't worry you're not lost. You just have to simply crawl through the small crevice that opens into the magnificent Makauwahi Cave. This massive cave and sinkhole is considered to be on the richest fossil sites in the Pacific. The sinkhole is the main attraction at the 42-acre Makauwahi Cave Reserve. Dr. David Burney, a paleoecologist who manages the reserve, was among the first to begin excavating in the cave since 1922. Since then, this collapsed chunk of earth has showed scientists a view of the last 10,000 years of Kauai’s history. The sinkhole’s layers of sediment have preserved records of floods, hurricanes, droughts, a massive sunami, the pollen of extinct plants, and lots and lots of bones, including those of several extinct animals like the moa-nalo, an endemic flightless duck, and a giant owl species. The reserve offers free guided tours of the cave four days a week, during which visitors can see some of the fossils and artifacts that have been unearthed over the years — from bones and shells to early Hawaiian fish hooks and tools. Guests can also visit with the several giant tortoises that roam the area, serving as natural lawnmowers for the area’s invasive species. So make sure when you are looking for something to do in Poipu, to put the Makauwahi Cave at the top of your list. Especially since it's a great thing for the whole family.”
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Garður
“Two gardens with very different glimpses of Kauai. McBryde has a natural feel, beautiful gardens and you can wander at your own pace. Allerton is also beautiful, home of the huge ficus trees in Jurassic Park but they only offer guided tours. ”
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Matur
“A variety of healthy morning juices and smoothies - located in Hanalei at same spot as Tahiti Nui. Mornings thru early midday only...”
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Verslunarmiðstöð
“This shopping center is right on the corner where you turn to go to your vacation rental. Lots of places to eat or you can also hang out if you are running early before check in. When you trun off of Poipu Rd to Kiahuna Plantation Dr go to the 2nd driveway and at the end on right is where the restrooms are. ”
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Staðsetning
4353 Waialo Road
Eleele, Hawaii 96705
Sími+1 808-335-0815
Staða opnunartímaOpið · Lokar 7:00 PM