Kauai's South Shore Coastal Hike to Sea Cliffs offers visitors an easy, leisurely stroll along lithified limestone cliffs that provide stunning views of Haupu Mountain, Kawelikoa Point and deep into Kaua'i Channel in the direction of Oahu. Visitors also reach a promontory where they can witness first-hand the power of ocean waves crashing below; known as Maha'ulepu and filled with natural and cultural history that dates back 1300s battle between land and sea battle people from Kaua'i won victory; locals continue fiercely protect this area that recognizes both historical significance as aesthetic value as they fear further resort development of this area by residents who recognize both historically as well as aesthetic value of this special place.
Visitors can opt for guided tours of Hawaii's Makauwahi Cave Reserve on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays to view its largest limestone cave and richest fossil site as well as giant land tortoises which help restore native plants. A portion of every tour benefits the preservation of these unique areas with 15-20% being donated directly back into Makauwahi Cave Reserve and/or Malama Maha'ulepu. Adding more adventure can take advantage of snorkeling - adding two extra hours onto their tour time! Visitors must wear appropriate clothing and closed-toe shoes as well as being capable of walking over uneven terrain such as jagged lava rocks on their journey!