Why Don’t You...
witness nature’s spectacular
acrobats. Nearly 10,000 whales visit the Hawaiian waters yearly.
After you’ve read Leaping Giants in this issue, go see these incredible masters
of the sea for yourself to truly appreciate the journey of the humpbacks.
Take a whale watching tour for an amazing experience with a chance to
listen to the mysterious eerie whale song and watch the astounding whales
breach into the sunset. Try Blue Dolphin Charters (808) 335-5553, Capt.
Andy’s (808) 335-6833, HoloHolo Charters (808) 335-0815 or Kauai Sea
Tours (808) 826-7254.
go on a golf
safari. Kaua‘i is gifted
with extraordinary beauty with
lush rainforests, dramatic cliffs,
deep blue ocean and the fairest of
fairways for your viewing pleasure.
And with world-renowned
designers like Jack Nicklaus and
Robert Trent Jones, Jr., you will
be challenged on well thought out
courses with nature’s sheer beauty
ready to distract you on every shot.
Kauai Lagoons (808) 241-6000,
Makai Golf Club (808) 826-1912,
Poipu Bay Golf Course (808) 742-
8711 and Princeville Resort Prince
Course (808) 826-5001.
get high. Since most of Kaua‘i is
undeveloped and inaccessible, the best way to see
the remote and rugged immense beauty of the
Garden Island is through the air. Fly through the
wilderness and enter the heart of the valleys and
canyons, see secluded beaches, stunning waterfalls
all while taking in the fascinating local knowledge.
Call Jack Harter (808) 245-3774, Safari (808)
246-0136, Sunshine Helicopters (808) 245-5953 or
AirVentures (866) 464-7864.
dine beachfront. Pack a picnic
with food that is easy to eat and fun to share
like fruits, cheeses, peeled shrimp, dessert
and a bottle of Champagne. Living Foods
Market at Kukui‘ula Village in Po‘ipü is a
one-stop food destination with fresh baked
artisanal breads, paninis, crepes, pastries,
local produce, wines and gourmet deli—
everything you need for a fantastic picnic.
Take your senses on a complete journey
with delicious food and an ocean view
with the sound of the surf as your musical
guest. Great spots for a picnic and a sunset:
Hanalei Bay, Polihale and Po‘ipü.
drive yourself wild. Ride your own ATV through a historic tunnel used for hauling
sugarcanes and be engulfed in the spectacular mountain and coastline vistas and swim in a secluded
scenic waterfall for an unforgettable experience. Kaua‘i ATV Tours (808) 742-2734 or kauaiatv.com.