Hikes & Excursions
Kaua‘i is home to some of the most famed locales for adventure in the world, where you can challenge your inner athlete and explorer. Set off for a hike on your own, or allow our Huaka‘i Guides to plan and lead you on the adventure of a lifetime.
The 7-mile coastline hike begins at Shipwreck’s Beach and includes the Makauwahi sinkhole.
A daylong adventure hiking the mountain trails of Koke‘e State Park, from 2 to 12-mile loops. Terrain difficulty varies. Views include highland swamps, tropical rain forests, canyon rims, sheer cliff sides and ocean panoramas.
East Side Hike
Daylong excursions can include Wailua Falls, Ho’opi’i Falls, Kuilau, Moalepe, and Nounou, otherwise known as Sleeping Giant.
North Shore Hike
Waterfalls, waterways and switchback trails are highlights of daylong hiking trips to Okolehao, Hanakapi‘ai Beach, Honopu, and the Na Pali coast.
An easy 2-mile hike around the The Farm can also include fishing for peacock bass.
Trips can stay close to home on tracks around The Farm, or head out to locations on the west and north sides of the island.