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Ancient River Secret Falls Kayak Tour

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Secret Falls Tour

Monday thru Saturday

7am & 12pm

Duration 5.5 to 6 hours

Paddle the majestic Wailua River, original home to the first Hawaiians who came from the Marquesas Islands to Kauai almost 1500 years ago. Hear the legends and learn about the flora and fauna of Kauai’s most sacred area. After paddling past numerous Heiau (sacred shrines), view ancient Kamokila Village, the sight made famous in the jungle scene of the film Outbreak. Heading up the north fork of the River, paddle leisurely through one of Kauai’s most beautiful jungle rivers until you come to the trailhead for the hike to enchanting Secret Falls, an 80-foot fall that descends into a refreshing swimming hole. Enjoy a picnic lunch and beverages and a cool dip before heading back down river. Enjoy the Wailua with the safety and expertise of Kauai Guides. The hike is approximately 1 mile each way; the paddle approximately 1.5 miles each way.


Kayak and paddles, all equipment and accessories, dry storage & dry bags on boat for cameras and personal things. Backpack use. Personal Flotation Devices. A delicious picnic lunch.


Choose from turkey, ham, vegetarian, or peanut butter jelly sandwiches.

Call In for gluten free bread or lettuce wrap.


Comfortable shoes (hiking boots or sandals -Tevas, water shoes, tabis, tennis or running shoes).

Light comfortable clothing.

Wear a swimsuit under your clothing.

Bring towel, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, and rain gear.

All visitors should carry an extra bottle of water while on the island.

You may wish to bring an extra set of clothes to leave in our van.

Bring the camera and your sense of adventure!


We often go in the rain, so guests should be prepared for that

If guides feel the river or hike is unsafe, they will cancel the trip, and guests will, of course, receive full refund.