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This was a wonderful experience. We were referred by a local . He said bypass the larger canoe rentals place on the main highway and go upriver a bit to Kamokila. It was perfect! We did the self guided tour..we rented both canoe and SUP...More
You'll need decent footwear to do this trail. It started off dry, but then you end up walking through a stream with rocks and holding onto a rope so you don't slip and lose your balance. Then there is muddy portions and then another stream...More
This was one of my adult children’s favorite activities. The kayak portion of our day was very scenic and a definite workout as the wind and current were not in our favor either way, (it’s title driven) – but so worth it. Be sure to...More
This is a nice short hike to get you warmed up for some of the more challenging excursions into the parks. You are rewarded with one of the most spectacular Falls and swimming experiences on the island
Would not recommend for the elderly or those with balance issue. Most of it is flat but there are a few inclines and the trail is well marked but very muddy and slippery. You do cross a river which is at least knee deep and...More
This is a simple, beautiful and very informative hike. We went on a tour that was lead by a knowledgeable gal who was a local and knew her stuff. This hike dispose what other reviews said is NOT hard at all. A friend went on...More