Beach Park

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Lydgate Beach Park is a poplular beach, picnic, and playground area that includes a 2 mile bike path. Here you will see the Kikinaakala Heiau, located at the northern end of the park. Hikinaakai means the “rising of the sun”, and since it is located on Kauai’s east shore, it has a nice view of the sunrise.
Lydgate is a popular destination for families as it is a great place for snorkeling and has a large playground. 

Trolley Stop Tours, Kauai

By Trolley Stop Tours, Trolley 33

Waimea Canyon


Our drivers will bring you to the beautiful Waimea Canyon, or as Mark Twain called it The Grand Canyon of the Pacific. There will be a few opportunities for you to see the beauty and take photos!

Opaekaa Falls
and Overlook

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Opaeka’a Falls lookout gives you a spectacular view of this waterfall. Opaeka’a means rolling shrimp. This name dates back to days when the native freshwater shrimp were plentiful in the stream and were seen rolling and tumbling down the falls and into the churning waters at the fall’s base.



“Very enjoyable. Running commentary was informative and entertaining! Many thanks to Janet.”

by Jime & Linda B., Warrensburg, MO

Kaua'i Coffee Company

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With over 3,000 arabica coffee orchids, Kauai Coffee company is the last field in Hawai’i. Enjoy free coffee tasting and stop by the Kauai Coffee shop! We hear their ice cream is amazing too.

Poli'ahu Heiau

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On a bluff overlooking the famous Wailua River is the Poli’ahu Heiau, also known as Bellstone. Located across Opaekaa Falls, it is one of seven Hawaiian temples in the Wailua River State Park and make up the Wailua Complex of Heiau. Legend has it that Menehune used their artisan skills to build the heiau. The Bellstone at Poliahu was used to announce the birth of royalty and other important events. The area has always been sacred to Hawaiians and continues to be. In 1962 the Wailua River State Park was designated a National Historic Landmark to preserve its natural beauty and cultural resources. We do not touch or enter sacred areas during tours.



“We feel really lucky to have been guests on your trolley! The tour was wonderful! The history and the scenery were proceless! Thank you.”

-James & Diane B., East Jordan, MI

Ho'ohanau, Royal
Birthstone and Heiau

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This birthplace of Alii (Hawaiian Royalty) is marked by several large boulders. A child born here was assured high-ranking status. Kaua’i’s, Kaumuali’i was the last chief to be born here. Also at this location is the Holoholoku Heiau, which is said to be one of Kaua’i’s oldest heiau.

Harbor Mall

By Harbor Mall

The Tour begins and ends at Harbor Mall, centrally located across from Kalapaki Bay in Lihue. Just a short walk from the cruise ship, or catch the Complimentary Trolley Shuttle that goes to and from the ship and Harbor Mall.



“Very informative tour by a lady who loves her job and loves where she lives and wants to tell all about it.”

by Margo J., Australia

Spouting Horn

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Don’t Blink! Watch the ocean and lava rock work together to create a blow hole. Shooting water up into the air up to 50 feet! Watch closely for the sea turtles and whales during their seasons. Poipu is commonly known to see sea turtles very often throughout the year.