Watersports To Enjoy On Kauai

Paddleboarding, jet skiing, kayaking, snorkeling, windsurfing, snorkeling and a whole host of watersports can be enjoyed on the beautiful Hawaiian Islands. Hawaii is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. With so many beaches and other water activities available on the islands, tourists spend millions of dollars each year making their vacation dreams come true. Rentals from a professional tour operator offer convenience, comfort and privacy, especially when you book in advance. Professional tour companies can make your reservations at a wide range of locations on Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui and Hawaii’s Big Island. For added convenience, many of our rentals are available online.

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Windsurfing, kayaking, jet skiing and paragliding are just some of the many water sports options available on the islands. Wildlife watersports provides a calm sandy beach located on a quiet lagoon at Kahalu’u. Wildwater Windsurfing is perfect for beginners and expert level paddlers alike because there is no need for protective gear, coaching or partner support. The flat, white sand beaches provide easy access to reefs and other great water features.

Kayaking has quickly become one of the most popular water sports throughout the world. It’s an exhilarating experience that allows participants to go deep sea fishing, kayak canoeing, jet ski and many other water sport activities. Paddleboard rentals on the Big Island are available to rent for a single day or for an entire day or weekend. The one and two day unlimited ride paddleboard rentals include launch fees only. This enables participants the opportunity to try out as many water sports as they wish without ever leaving the water.

Another popular activity is windsurfing or kite surfing. Kayakers enjoy the experience because kites can reach speeds of over fifty miles per hour and jet skis can travel at more than seventy miles per hour. These types of water sports are great for cruising through the open waters of the Hawaiian Islands. Kayaks can also be rented for longer excursions and jet skis can be used to cruise through trails off of the main Hawaiian Islands. There is something for everyone with a passion for the water in Kauai!

Boats can also be rented for a one day or two day cruise on Kauai’s beautiful beaches. Popular destinations include Moai’a bay on the north shore and Wailua River State Park on the south shore. Small and large kayaks can be used to explore the shallow flats, channels and other areas where jet skis and boats can’t to get too close to the shoreline. Participants are encouraged to bring food, drinks and sunscreen for when they exit the boat. These boat rentals are available throughout the year and during busy times such as the summer months there may be limited availability.

Another type of sport that can be enjoyed while on Kauai are mountain climbing and kayak fishing. The rates listed here are for a round-trip minimum of one day. The fees will vary depending on the time of day you choose to visit and the number of days involved in rental payments. This type of sport tends to draw a larger crowd and has somewhat higher than average costs.

One of the most popular and affordable ways to take a family vacation on Kauai is by taking a cruise ship to Hawaii and staying aboard for three or four nights. Rates are generally around ten thousand dollars for a one-night cruise. Two to four nights are much less and one night is usually around six thousand dollars. If more than four people are being included in the cruise then additional discounts can be offered. Typical cruise ship accommodations include staterooms that can be individually booked for a couple to share or a full room which is usually better priced than booking for an entire family.

Smaller sport boats such as pontoon boats are available for rent on Kauai for a couple to share or a large group of friends. Rates are often slightly less than for the larger craft that are available for hire. pontoon boats are ideal for those who wish to kayak or raft in the ocean for the first time. Smaller sport boats such as these can fit up to 12 passengers and can often be hired in packages that include airfare and accommodations.