Kauai Mountain Tubing
Shortly after you check in for your tour, climb aboard an open-air tram to enjoy a guided tour that heads up towards the heart of the island ~Mt. Waialeale Crater. Along the way your guides will share with you the history of the sugar plantation era (Kauai’s original industry). Your first stop will be a scenic view point in which you can catch a glimpse of the Crater. The next stop is the tubing canals which are actually old sugar irrigation ditches hand dug by immigrants 150 years ago. Cruising down the mountain side in the canals is a really neat way to sightsee. We like to refer to this experience as a lazy river in the jungle. It’s not a rapids, but you will definitely give out some big smiles and maybe a few hoots as you catch speed in a few areas. There are 5 different rock tunnels to pass through which adds to the excitement. After the tubing portion of the tour, a picnic lunch will be provided at a waterfall picnic area.
Get buggied in four wheel drive vehicles up the mountain side of Hanamalu. You will get history of Kauai’s first industry-sugar cane, that took place 150 years ago. At the summit of your tour you will get a glimpse of Mt. Waialeale. Now it’s time to start your Kauai tubing tour. Glide down the mountain side in the hand dug canals of the old sugar cane plantation. Flip your head lamps on as you will pass through five different tunnels. Once you finish the Kauai mountain tubing tour, enjoy a lunch at a swimming hole with a small waterfall.
- $126 per person (5+yrs)
Hanamalu – East Side
Cancellation policy: 48 hours
4.7% Hawaii State sales tax applies to tour rates
- Pregnancies require a doctor's note
- Maximum body weight is 300 lb
- Healthy hips, knees and feet
- No serious medical conditions