Kayaking On Molokai's Reef And Tropical Mangroves

Your adventure begins at the Kaunakakai wharf, where your kayak and the largest fringing reef in all Hawai'i awaits. There's a support boat, experienced guides, beverages, even trade winds to help you move along. 

You can swim with turtles, snorkel the reef (if weather and conditions allow), paddle through tropical mangroves, and maybe even surf your kayak on the reef's break.

Choose from a solo Scupper Pro or a tandem Cabo kayak with its very own rudder system (optional), which makes kayaking as easy as riding a bike.

All kayaks are complete with backrests and pockets to hold all your stuff. If you are a first time participant, our guides will gladly teach you the fundamentals of kayaking.

When it's all over, you get to enjoy a leisurely tow back to the wharf. It's an experience not to be missed!

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