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Kauai South Side Backroads ATV Adventure

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Kauai Backroads Adventure ATV Tour

Duration: 3 hours

Join us for a guided scenic tour of Kauai’s south side! Learn about the history of Koloa Plantation, Mahaulepu Beach, Waita Reservoir, and Wilcox tunnel. Take a chance at catching (and releasing) a bass fish with a traditional bamboo fishing pole at the Waita Reservoir. Discover the “backlot of Hollywood” where movies such as Jurassic Park, Jurassic World, Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw, Pirates of the Caribbean, and Jungle Cruise were filmed.

A half mile hike on the sands of Mahaulepu Beach and “talk story” about Kauai’s native flora and fauna round out our informative tour. Did we mention you get to do all of this from the comfort of your own Polaris off-road vehicle?

Tour Highlights

Our guided 3 hour Koloa tour takes you on 18 miles of off road trails. This tour encompasses beautiful ocean views, movie sites, and the Waita Resevoir.

Catch and release fishing with traditional bamboo fishing poles ends the tour.

Visit major motion picture movie sites.

Driver Requirements

Polaris drivers must be 18 years of age or older with a valid driver’s license. Guests under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian 25 years of age or older. All drivers must bring a valid driver’s license and a Visa/MC. Drivers are responsible for any damage caused to the vehicle while on tour.

Health Requirements – No back problems, recent surgeries, bone/joint problems, heart conditions. No pregnant drivers/riders.

What to Know

Rain or shine, YOU WILL GET DIRTY! Remember that red dirt stains absolutely everything, so please consider the following:

Do not bring or wear anything that cannot get dirty, muddy, or wet.

The less you bring, the better.

If it’s raining, bring a poncho; it can get chilly.

We provide a complimentary souvenir bandana to keep the dirt, dust, and mud out of your mouth.

We are not reponsible for lost or damaged personal belongings; if it’s valuable, do not bring it on tour with you.