Na Pali Coast Eco Adventure ToursMay - August | Daily Tours
Join us next summer for a NaPali Coast Adventure! The best snorkeling on Kauai can be found on the South Shore this time of year. Click here to learn more about our South Shore snorkel tours.
Join Team Sea Riders on a unique and personal zodiac snorkeling adventure on Kauai’s stunning NaPali Coast during May – September. Divemaster guided snorkeling, coastline and sea cave touring with spectacular views, great photo opportunities, marine life, waterfalls and more… Our Na Pali Coast snorkel tours depart from Kekaha, the closest Harbor to the Na Pali Coast, with an emphasis on Marine Life; Dolphin and more time in the water (away from other vessels). Spectacular views of the Na Pali Coast: Sea Caves, waterfalls and memories for a lifetime! In a small group, you’ll enjoy the personal service from Kauai Sea Riders’ knowledgeable and professional Captains and Crew aboard one of our rigid-hull inflatable Zodiac boats.
Call (808) 332-RAFT (7238)
Check availability and buy tickets online:
Teen (13-17 years) $140
Children (5 – 12 years) $130
++Plus tax and harbor fees
Tour Times: Daily 8:15 am
Duration: 4 1/2 hours
Kikiaola Boat Harbor on the west side of Kauai, just past Waimea Town. This is the closest harbor to the inaccessible Na Pali Coast.
High quality snorkel equipment, dry bags for personal belongings, a gourmet lunch including sandwiches (Turkey, Ham, Roast Beef, Veggie, Peanut Butter & Jelly, Gluten Free), home made brownies and Hawaiian juices, ginger ale and filtered water.
Our zodiac is a fast Navy Seal Vessel and NOT recommended for pregnant women and those with chronic back or heart conditions.
Swimsuit, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, rain jacket, towels and motion sickness remedy if needed.
About Kauai’s North Shore Snorkeling:
Kauai’s NaPali Coast is justifiably famous for its epic vistas! Below the surface there are some amazing topography and rock formations as well. Because the winter surf pounds this famous coastline, it can churn up sand and is a challenging environment for the fragile corals to survive. If you’re all about snorkeling, Kauai’s south shore doesn’t experience the huge swell of the north shore, and the reefs are healthy and thriving and provide a home for some 200+ indigenous Hawaiian marine species.