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to the Alii Kayaks brochure
Stand Up Paddle boarding is an old Hawaiian form of
surfing that has recently reemerged as one of the fastest
growing water sports in the world. Unlike surfing, SUPing
is very easy to learn and within an hour you can become
very comfortable in the water and on your board.
The Wailua River is a perfect spot for beginners learning
the basic fundamentals of Stand Up Paddling, while
taking in the most scenic views on Kauai.
Advanced Paddlers may choose to rent high performance
boards on a daily or weekly basis and enjoy SUPing at
other locations available on Kauai.
Call us Toll Free 1-877-246-2544 or visit us online at and reserve your Kayak Tour or Stand
Up Rental using our secure direct real-time booking site.
Ali’i Kayaks is located next to the Wailua Visitor Center
at the corner of Hwy 580 (Kuamoo Rd.) and Hwy 56
(Kuhio Hwy).
Kuamoo Rd.
Kuhio Hwy.
1-Hour, 2-Hour, Daily,
2-Day and Weekly Rentals Available
Our SUP rental desk is
located in the Anchor
Cove Shopping Center
near Nawiliwili Harbor.
SUP Rentals now available at Kalapaki Beach!
Nawiliwili Rd.
Photo Credits: Kayak/ Hike Photos - Eric Marchand, Stand Up Photos - Tyren Hasegawa
Our Hawaiian family-owned
company welcomes you to
those exotic places, tropical
rivers, hidden valleys, dramatic
waterfalls, and hard to find
areas in the easygoing
“Hawaiian style” that you’ll
love about our Kaua‘i.
Take an eco-adventure Kayak/Hike with Alii Kayaks
and see a Secret Waterfall! Among all the rivers
available to adventure seekers, Wailua River Valley
seems to be one of the most special places. This is an
easy going Hawaiian Style paddle on a Class Zero river
combined with a moderate hike through a rainforest,
wading through streams, traversing muddy trails and
walking over a tree root system the size of a large SUV;
a definite rock solid adventure.
Opaekaa Falls
Why tour with a guide?
Secret Falls
Your vacation time on Kaua‘i is very valuable. Surely your
guide will know the way and not get you lost, but here are
some other reasons why you should tour with a guide:
Fern Grotto
• Our kayak tours take the hassle out of your day.
Tour Details
• Guides have been there, done that. For individuals
without paddling experience, our guides will provide you
with paddling instruction, assist you with your launch and
accompany you for the duration providing assistance
where needed. They know tricks and tips that will make
your journey as easy as possible.
• Safety. You can feel safe with all Ali‘i Kayaks' guides who
are Water Safety Instructed, as well as CPR and First Aid
certified. They will lead you safely throughout the entire
• Mana‘o. In Hawaiian the word mana‘o means knowledge.
Also all guides are “local residents" who are very
knowledgeable about the flora and fauna in the area. Your
guide will take you back in time and tell you why Wailua is
such a special and sacred area to the Hawaiian people.
Enjoy this tour and experience the true “Aloha Spirit".
What to bring: Water friendly shoes (tennis shoes, no flipflops), swimsuit, towels, sunscreen, hat, bug repellent,
snacks, beverages, picnic lunch and change of clothes for
What we provide: Kayak and all equipment, backpackstyle dry bags.
What to expect: Approximately 4 miles of easy kayaking,
about 1.5 miles of moderate hiking (trail conditions can be
muddy at times). Tour duration is approximately 4.5 - 5
Restrictions: No pregnancies, bad backs or bad knees or
recent surgeries. No children under 5 years of age.
Optional Lunch Upgrade: Ham, Turkey, Roast Beef, or
Veggie Sandwich Meal. Includes a locally made fresh
sandwich served with snacks and a beverage.