Express Morning Na Pali Snorkel
Tour Length: 4.5hr
Check In: 6:45am (Back to Port Allen around 12:30 pm)
WET, WILD & WOW!!
Join us for a day of fun & excitement as we journey to the Na Pali Coast on board ‘Imiloa, our 40-foot Express Catamaran. Built for speed, one of the fastest ways to get to the Na Pali. Along the way experience the beauty of Kauai & encounter marine life. Bottle-nose & spinner dolphins skim the bow througout the day. Our friendly staff will share the history and legends of the Na Pali while sightseeing lush Valleys, Sea Caves, and waterfalls! Be prepared to have fun & get wet! Conditions permitting, we will stop for a quick dip to either swim or snorkel. You will be equipped with gear and instructions. Picnic lunch & soft drinks will be provided and after water sports, Beer, Wine & Mai Tai’s will be served to guests 21+ (please bring ID).
What to Bring
Bathing suits, light cover-up, sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat. Plan on getting wet!
We are a barefoot tour unless a medical condition prevents that, please inform your captain.
A towel, NON-SPRAY sunscreen in a beach bag, light cover up or jacket. Cameras are welcome.
Medications, allergy or insect protection you require.
If you are prone to seasickness or not sure, PLEASE take something in advance.
Passenger safety is our top priority. This tour is not suited for Expecting Mothers, those with bad backs, shoulders, knees, or hips, anyone who has recently undergone any surgeries, and those with mobility limitations. All passengers must be suited for possible rough waters and able to hold on and move about the vessel without concern. Children must be over the age of 3 years old. Sorry, there is no smoking permitted on the vessel, on the pier, or near the office per state law. All activities are conditions permitting with the Captain’s discretion. The N Pali Coast is not a guarantee. Tours may reroute due to ocean conditions. If you are prone to seasickness or not sure, PLEASE take something in advance, Bonine or Dramamine. Everyone is different…Don’t hesitate, medicate!
All snorkeling passengers will be required to have the upper body strength to pull themselves out of the water with a small marine ladder. Passengers who exceed 250 pounds are more at risk if a snorkeling incident occurs. Crew members may have difficulty getting said passengers back onboard.