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Na Pali Coast Snorkel and Rafting Adventure

Highlights
  • Explore Kauai’s Na Pali Coast on a snorkeling raft cruise
  • Motorized raft allows access to sea caves and prime snorkeling spots 
  • Get fantastic views of the coast’s jagged cliffs and sacred valleys
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Na Pali Coast Snorkel and Rafting Adventure
From US$139.79
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Na Pali Coast Snorkel and Rafting Adventure
From US$139.79
Overview
Snorkel, swim, and cruise along Kauai’s spectacular Na Pali Coast on a half-day rafting adventure. Inaccessible by road, the coast is best seen from the water, and you'll get closer than other vessels to sea caves and waterfalls in a nimble motorized raft. Stop to explore colorful coral gardens at one of the island’s best snorkeling spots, and recharge with an included gourmet sandwich lunch onboard.
What to Expect
Make your way to the Port Allen Marina to meet your captain crew and climb aboard a rigid-hull inflatable raft. With a maximum of 14 passengers, it’s an intimate ride. Cruise away from civilization and towards the towering spires and deep emerald valleys of Kauai’s Na Pali Coast. This 16-mile (26-km) stretch of coast is so jagged that no roads traverse it, so you'll get the best views from the water.

The raft’s speed and size make it possible to dart in and out of sea caves and beneath waterfalls for a perspective that larger boats can't offer (weather conditions permitting). It also allows access to Nu‘alolo Kai, one of the best reefs in Kauai, where you’ll you stop to snorkel among colorful coral gardens teaming with tropical fish. Throughout the cruise, keep an eye out for larger marine life such as spinner dolphins and sea turtles, too.

Recharge midway through the tour with an onboard lunch including a gourmet sandwich served with fresh fruit, cookies, chips and a drink.
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1 - 5 of 27 reviews

Reviewed 3 days ago
Once In A Lifetime Trip- Absolutely Amazing!

Captain John and Tyler made our trip down the Na Pali coast one that I will remember for a lifetime! Though I have been fortunate to travel the Na Pali coast before on a catamaran trip, this was a completely different (and awesome!) experience for...More

Thank Kelsey G
Reviewed 1 week ago
One of the best Na Pali trips we've taken (out of 6)

We have done various tours of the Na Pali coastline, ranging from Catamarans, small fishing vessels to rigid hull inflatable rafts such as this one. We have also launched from both East and North shores of the Island. I would say this was the best...More

1  Thank amilee2016
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Captain Sky Saved My Life!

Well, figuratively, but maybe literally. While snorkeling I swam over to the boat to hand my phone in it's waterproof case up to one of the crew. While pulling it from around my neck, my wedding band somehow slipped off my finger and wound up...More

1  Thank SpokaneMan72
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
The best way to visit, not just see the Na Pali coast!

This is a rough ride especially coming back but totally worth the bumping and hanging on to see the coast up close. The stop for snorkeling, lunch and a visit to an old village was a perfect break from the fast pace of the raft....More

2  Thank Angeladisneyfan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Amazing Experience

We highly recommend this tour. Our boat captain and crew (Shaun and Jamie) made this tour even better. We saw Na Pali by air yesterday. It is even more incredible by sea and land. On our trip to Na Pali, in Navy Seal boats, included...More

Thank Kate H
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Response from lurrys | Reviewed this property |
No ladder, you step on from the dock. When you get in from snorkeling, they have a small ladder but you have to lift your foot up high and pull yourself up. There's a crew person to help lift you up if you can't do it... More
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