South Shore Sunset Cruise
Stunning Views, Delicious Food and Drinks
Kauai is one of the most beautiful places on earth, and its sunsets are truly something to behold. If you’re lucky enough to be on the island during whale season (November-March), then you don’t want to miss out on this incredible sunset cruise. This short and sweet tour takes you along Kauai’s stunning southern coast, with breathtaking views of the ocean and mountains. And what could be better than sipping on champagne as you watch the sun dip below the horizon? Whether you’re looking for a romantic evening or just a fun night out with friends, this is the perfect way to experience Kauai’s incredible sunset.
Beautiful shoreline views from the boat
Delicious appetizers and drinks
Hear local legends and stories along the way
Barefoot cruise! Kick off your shoes and relax
Kauai is known for the most spectacular sunset shows around. The Kauai Whale Watching Season runs from November to March, so this is the perfect time to book a tour and see the island from the water. The tour takes you along the southern coast of Kauai, past beautiful ocean vistas and majestic mountains. You’ll have the opportunity to see one of the most stunning sunsets on the island while enjoying appetizers and drinks from our all-inclusive open bar. This is a truly relaxing experience that you’ll never forget.
Kick off your shoes at the dock. We have a shoe bin on the dock for you on this barefoot cruise (if you do want to wear shoes, please ensure they are close-toed and appropriate for boating). Then come on board our 65’ deluxe catamaran for a relaxing two-hour cruise. We may even see some humpback whales along the way!
There are so many elements to enhance your trip. The light reflects on the water, surfers play joyfully, and birds soar in a sky of ever-changing hues. Beautiful color palettes are exposed, making you want to soak up all the magic. Mother Nature knows how to impress her guests on this island, and locals never tire of this incredible sight. Whether you are with your family and friends, or it’s just you and your sweetie, you will never forget the warmth and glow of a Kauai sunset.
|AdultAges 18 years and older||$120.00|
|YouthAge 12-17 years||$105.00|
|ChildAge 2-11 years||$90.00|
Any request for a refund 72 hours or more prior to the start of the tour or activity is honored with a full cash refund.
No refunds are issued for any cancellations inside the 72-hour period, prior to the start of your tour. There is no refund for no-shows. There is no charge for date change or tour change based on tour availability outside of the 72-hour cancellation period.
The south shore is known as the Poipu area. On our cruise, you will see some of the famous and beautiful locations on the Garden Isle. Views of Shipwreck Beach, which gets its name from an old wooden ship long since faded into the ocean. One of this beach’s main highlights is its proximity to Makawehi Point, which is a lithified sand dune. Poipu Beach is the star when it comes to the south shore of Kauai. This beautiful curve of white sand is 50 ft. wide by approximately 1,000 ft. long. And whatever you do, be sure to keep your eyes peeled for humpback whales which come here to breed and calve.
Humpback Whale Season here in the islands starts as early as November and can last until late March. As the sun sets over the ocean, you’ll be able to see some of the world’s largest and most peaceful creatures: humpback whales. These gentle giants are often seen breaching and playing in Kauai’s waters, and there’s nothing quite like watching them in their natural habitat. The cruise also provides an opportunity to see other marine life, such as dolphins and turtles. So come aboard and enjoy the beauty of Kauai’s south shore with some of its most amazing residents.
Legends and folktales are an essential part of Hawaiian culture. They help to explain the world around us and offer a glimpse into the Hawaiian way of life. Kauai is no exception, and the island is full of fascinating legends. Ask your crew about Hiku and Kawelu or the legend of Naupaka. But the real stories are just as interesting. Take the story of how King Kukona, who ruled Kauai in the 14th century, repelled invaders from other islands and signed a treaty that kept the peace on Kauai for almost 400 years! Legends and folktales are a fun way to learn about Hawaiian culture and history, so be sure to ask your crew about their favorite stories.