5 hoursStart time
Wailua: 0715h (07:15am)
Lihue: 0730h (07:30am)
Poipu: 0815h (08:15am)
Duration: 5 hours
Your hotel in Wailua, Lihue and Poipu.
(We would require your hotel details in order to arrange your pick up. If you do not have this information at the time of booking, please contact the local activity operator at least 48 hours prior to the start of the tour with these details)
Your hotel in Wailua, Lihue and Poipu
From there, drive to the impressive Spouting Horn, a lava rock formation that shoots water 50 feet in the air with every wave. Make your way through the Poipu Resort area until you arrive at the Koloa Sugar Mill. Here you can view the ruins of the first mill that processed one of Hawaii’s most important Old Supplier Names. Don’t forget to look for the profile of Queen Victoria in the bumpy landscape as you return back.
The tour begins with pick up from your hotel in Wailua, Lihue or Poipue by an air-conditioned coach. Your English-speaking driver will also be your guide.
Begin your excursion in Waimea Canyon with one of the best lookouts in the area, Hanapepe. Here, you can see the scenic lush foliage of this valley.
From the Hanapepe Lookout, travel along the Waimea Canyon to the stunning Spouting Horn with plenty of stops for photos along the way. Here you can see this unique rock formation spurt water over 50 feet in the air.
Then drive through the famous Poipu Resort area:.
Stop and tour the remains of the Koloa Sugar Mill, the first sugar mill in the area. See the remaining chimney stacks that were used to process cane in this tropical area.
Finally, take the opportunity to view the craggy landscape which the British suggested resembled their Queen Victoria.
The tour will conclude with drop-off at your hotel.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details
If you choose the option from Poipu you wont see these attractions Koloa Sugar Mill, Queen Victoria
Child 2 years old will travel adult's lap in vehicle
There is no hotel pick up from Princeville
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