Up in The AirSee all 101 Things To Do on Kaua‘i!

Hele to Jurassic Falls

MANAWAIOPUNA FALLS is not only difficult to wrap your tongue around, it’s also hard to find. Located in the wild on private property, it is off-limits to the ordinary person. Many are familiar with these falls from the 1993 blockbuster JURASSIC PARK; the movie is how the 360-foot gusher in a valley near HANAPEPE gained… Continue »

Soar Through Kaua’i’s Tree Canopy

Whether you choose to zip, rappel, rock climb, what have you, these adventures will lift you high above the treetops. JUST LIVE! ZIPLINE TOURS, located five minutes west of Lihu‘e and 15 minutes east of Po‘ipu, offers popular outdoor adventures. Here, you can experience zipline tours, rappelling, rock-wall climbing, a monster swing, team-building programs and… Continue »

Jump Out of a Plane

The view from the Cessna 182 is all gorgeous coastline, shimmering canyons and beckoning blue sea. On any other day, it would be a relaxing ride, but today, your heart is pumping, your hands sweating, and you can practically smell the adrenaline. That’s normal, you’re about to JUMP OUT OF AN AIRPLANE. From the minute… Continue »

Take a Chopper to a Plant Refuge

The KAUA‘I WILDLIFE REFUGE is located in a remote area of the island that, until recently, was not accessible to the public. Now, SAFARI HELICOPTERS has made it possible to land here and get a look at what one man is doing to save endangered Hawaiian species. Located on a 10-acre site overlooking the privately… Continue »

Fly in a Cozy Aircraft

The view from a commercial jet coming in for a landing at Lihu‘e Airport is enough to make most people want more. That’s why so many Kaua‘i visitors book FLIGHT-SEEING TOURS. For a slow-paced, affordable tour instead of the—albeit popular—buzz of a helicopter, try a FIXED-WING AIRCRAFT. These planes come equipped with oversized windows and… Continue »

Spend an Evening With the Stars

Kaua‘i is a good place to OBSERVE THE STARS. The night skies are particularly dark, with limited interference from high-voltage lights. In celebration of the rare, out-of-this-world view, stargazers assemble at sunset on the KAUMAKANI SOFTBALL FIELD once a month to take in the celestial show. Kaumakani, a tiny plantation town on the west side… Continue »