2-Hour ATV Ride at Kipu Ranch - Jungle Waterfall Tour (from Lihue) tours, activities, fun things to do in Kauai(Hawaii)|VELTRA
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2-Hour ATV Ride at Kipu Ranch - Jungle Waterfall Tour (from Lihue)
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(4)

What to expect

Hop on an ATV for a 2-hour thrilling off-road adventure with up to 6 people per buggy. Explore the jungles and waterfalls of the Huleia River Valley.

Reviews

Amazing!!!

2018/08/08 Families with Young Children Mohsin

The best thing we did here on the island. Marlon was amazing. Such a good time.

Lots of mud!

2018/03/29 Friends Alicia

Check in was easy, and the guides were fun.
It had rained for several days before our tour so there was plenty of mud. We were covered from head to toe.
I recommend you go on this tour!

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2017/07/29 Families with Young Children Jake

Great tour. Guides were awesome!! Great at taken pictures and offering info on the tour. Lots of fun.

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Activity Provider Kipu Ranch Adventures

Activity Provider

FAQ

Q. Do I need to have a driver's license to operate one of the vehicles?
A. Yes. In order to operate one of the vehicles, a guest must be at least 18 years old and in possession of a valid driver's license.
Q. Will I get dirty on this tour?
A. Yes, you will be going to fairly muddy areas, so please wear clothing and shoes that you do not mind getting dirty.
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Payment / Cancellation Policy

Payment Methods
  • Credit card payment
Cancellation Policy
  • Any cancellations made after 18:00, 2 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount. (Parties of 5 or less)
    Any cancellations made after 18:00, 3 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount. (Parties of 6 or more)

2-Hour ATV Ride at Kipu Ranch - Jungle Waterfall Tour (from Lihue)
Hop on an ATV for a 2-hour thrilling off-road adventure with up to 6 people per buggy. Explore the jungles and waterfalls of the Huleia River Valley.