Kaua'i Adventures

Kaua’i, the oldest of the Hawaiian islands, is a lush tropical landscape known as the Garden Isle, and for good reason. Days spent exploring the micro-climates and topography of its interior are complemented by relaxing beach days and the rich history of Hawaiian cuisine and culture in the communities along the island’s single ring road. While you might never need to leave the incredible amenities that The Club at Kukui'ula offers, you may also feel the call to explore this island's deep culture and myriad sights. Discover a variety of things to do on the south shore of Kaua'i on your own, or take advantage of our team of local experts to help guide your through an assortment of unique on-island adventures. Review our full guidebook of all our Kaua'i excursions. World class athletes and Kaua'i locals compose the staff at Huaka'i Outfitters, so whether you are looking for a challenge or want to try your hand at a new hobby, you're in expert hands.

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(808) 742-8000

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      The Mahealani

      The Mahealani is Kukui'ula's very own 32′ Yellowfin boat. As a guest of The Lodge you can book it for customized half- and full-day excursions. Or for a more relaxing voyage, you can book it for a 2-hour sunset cruise.

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        South Shore Holoholo

        Stay close to home with a half-day adventure that can include dolphin watching near Lawai Kai, Kona crabbing, a jaunt to Kipu Kai, snorkeling off the Caverns, or whale watching.