Disclaimer: This site is following COVID-19 protocols which are updated with the Hawaii State Department of Health and may restrict certain activities.
This gentle stroll will take you along the edge of lithified limestone cliffs, jaggedly overhung in impossibly thin slivers over the ocean. The compacting of air within the cliffs creates a special surprise as crashing waves explode below you. Join our hike to see impressive views of Hāʻupu Mountain, Kawelikoa Point, and deep into the Kauai Channel. You will learn about Maha’ulepu, an area rich in natural and cultural history. Do your part and remove invasive species at Makawehi Cave Reserve. You will contribute to preserve this last remaining stretches of undeveloped coastline on the South Shore.
- Private guided tour of Maha’ulepu, an area rich in natural and cultural history
- Opportunity to see giant land tortoises
- Enjoy the wildlife while supporting its natural balance
- Opportunity to see Hawaii’s largest limestone cave and richest fossil site
- 20% off discount to visitors who take a second COVID test
- Frequently using hand sanitizer/washing hands is encouraged
- Wearing masks while in close proximity is required
- Social distancing practices will be followed whenever possible
Know Before You Join
- You must be able to walk on unpaved, uneven terrain, including slipper surfaces, mud, lava rocks and loose beach sand