Kauai – Waimea Canyon & Fern Grotto Tour

Tour Overview (*denotes stops made)

Coco Palms Grove

Ancestral site of Kauai’s last reigning royalty and largest Coconut grove in the state. This was also where Elvis Presley filmed "Blue Hawaii."

Holo Holo Ku Heiau

A sacrificial stone foundation.

Opaekaa Falls Lookout*

Most accessible waterfall on the island. Location where Donovan’s Reef, Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN, and Seven Women from Hell was filmed.

Fern Grotto*

Discover the beauty of a tropical rain forest filled with lush native plants.

Wailua River Boat Cruise*

Float down a fresh water river while being enchanted by songs and stories of ancient Hawaii.

Hanapepe Valley Lookout*

A picturesque view of the lush tropical valley that was once a Hawaiian taro farming community with some of the patches still being farmed today.

Queen Victoria’s Profile

The Haupu Mountain range offers a profile of the Britain’s Queen Victoria.

Tunnel of Trees

Over a century ago, 500 eucalyptus trees were planted here. Today, they tower over 100 feet and make a spectacular entry to Koloa.

Koloa Town

Holds the rich history of Hawaii's sugar plantation days.

Spouting Horn*

One of the most photographed spots on Kauai with ocean water spraying like a geyser up to 50 feet in the air.

Captain Cook’s Landing

Where the British discoverer Captain James Cook first landed and discovered Hawaii.

Waimea Canyon*

Known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, it was carved out by the Waimea River and the collapse of a volcano.

For those hoping to be swept away by Kauai’s stunning scenery, this picture-worthy adventure is for you. The guided excursion ventures to some of the island’s most spectacular destinations, including Waimea Canyon and the Spouting Horn, and ends with a cruise down Wailua River, while you enjoy songs and stories of ancient Hawaii.

The day begins with a drive past the uncanny likeness of Britain’s Queen Victoria etched on the Haupu Mountain range, then continues through a remarkable tunnel of 500 eucalyptus trees towering more than 100 feet. After a drive through Koloa Town, you will head to the Spouting Horn—one of the island’s most photographed spots and where ocean water erupts through underground lava tubes. Then it’s time to see the 3,000-foot-deep Waimea Canyon, often described as the Grand Canyon on the Pacific. With its vibrant red soil and amazing greenery, it definitely is one of the most spectacular sights on the island.

Other stops include the Opaekaa Falls Lookout and Fern Grotto, a gorgeous tropical rain forest once reserved for Hawaiian royalty. The tour ends on the Wailua River, where you will take a relaxing cruise surrounded by lush jungle landscapes.

 

 

Important Information:
  • Tour departs first pick-up location at 7.45 AM and returns at 6.00 PM.
  • We will stop at Paradise Garden instead if Fern Grotto is closed for repair work.
  • Moderate walking, please wear comfortable shoes and dress appropriately. 
  • Lunch will be available for purchase.
ADA Requests
  • The Wailua Boat Cruise is not ADA accessible
  • If you require any special accommodations due to disability, please include them under the comment section at the time of booking. 
  • If you require a wheelchair accessible vehicle, the type of wheelchair must be included in the comments section when booking online or by directly calling Roberts Hawaii. Due to limited availability, we require that ADA vehicle reservations be made a minimum of 48 hours prior to date and time of service. 
  • We will make all reasonable attempts to accommodate the needs of disabled travelers.

 

Cancellation Terms

Cancellations must be made by 12 noon, the day prior of scheduled service and will result in a 10% service charge. No refunds provided for cancellations occurring after 12 noon, the day prior of scheduled service. No shows will not be refunded.

Tour Overview

Coco Palms Grove

Ancestral site of Kauai’s last reigning royalty and largest Coconut grove in the state. This was also where Elvis Presley filmed "Blue Hawaii."

Holo Holo Ku Heiau

A sacrificial stone foundation.

Opaekaa Falls Lookout*

Most accessible waterfall on the island. Location where Donovan’s Reef, Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN, and Seven Women from Hell was filmed.

Fern Grotto*

Discover the beauty of a tropical rain forest filled with lush native plants.

Wailua River Boat Cruise*

Float down a fresh water river while being enchanted by songs and stories of ancient Hawaii.

Hanapepe Valley Lookout*

A picturesque view of the lush tropical valley that was once a Hawaiian taro farming community with some of the patches still being farmed today.

Queen Victoria’s Profile

The Haupu Mountain range offers a profile of the Britain’s Queen Victoria.

Tunnel of Trees

Over a century ago, 500 eucalyptus trees were planted here. Today, they tower over 100 feet and make a spectacular entry to Koloa.

Koloa Town

Holds the rich history of Hawaii's sugar plantation days.

Spouting Horn*

One of the most photographed spots on Kauai with ocean water spraying like a geyser up to 50 feet in the air.

Captain Cook’s Landing

Where the British discoverer Captain James Cook first landed and discovered Hawaii.

Waimea Canyon*

Known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, it was carved out by the Waimea River and the collapse of a volcano.

For those hoping to be swept away by Kauai’s stunning scenery, this picture-worthy adventure is for you. The guided excursion ventures to some of the island’s most spectacular destinations, including Waimea Canyon and the Spouting Horn, and ends with a cruise down Wailua River, while you enjoy songs and stories of ancient Hawaii.

The day begins with a drive past the uncanny likeness of Britain’s Queen Victoria etched on the Haupu Mountain range, then continues through a remarkable tunnel of 500 eucalyptus trees towering more than 100 feet. After a drive through Koloa Town, you will head to the Spouting Horn—one of the island’s most photographed spots and where ocean water erupts through underground lava tubes. Then it’s time to see the 3,000-foot-deep Waimea Canyon, often described as the Grand Canyon on the Pacific. With its vibrant red soil and amazing greenery, it definitely is one of the most spectacular sights on the island.

Other stops include the Opaekaa Falls Lookout and Fern Grotto, a gorgeous tropical rain forest once reserved for Hawaiian royalty. The tour ends on the Wailua River, where you will take a relaxing cruise surrounded by lush jungle landscapes.

 

 


ADA Requests
  • The Wailua Boat Cruise is not ADA accessible
  • If you require any special accommodations due to disability, please include them under the comment section at the time of booking. 
  • If you require a wheelchair accessible vehicle, the type of wheelchair must be included in the comments section when booking online or by directly calling Roberts Hawaii. Due to limited availability, we require that ADA vehicle reservations be made a minimum of 48 hours prior to date and time of service. 
  • We will make all reasonable attempts to accommodate the needs of disabled travelers.

 

Cancellation Terms

Cancellations must be made by 12 noon, the day prior of scheduled service and will result in a 10% service charge. No refunds provided for cancellations occurring after 12 noon, the day prior of scheduled service. No shows will not be refunded.

Important Information:
  • Tour departs first pick-up location at 7.45 AM and returns at 6.00 PM.
  • We will stop at Paradise Garden instead if Fern Grotto is closed for repair work.
  • Moderate walking, please wear comfortable shoes and dress appropriately. 
  • Lunch will be available for purchase.