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London’s “Sunday Times” Write-Up for Kauaʻi Hiking Tours

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Nualolo Trail write up in “The Sunday Times” (Sunday Edition of London’s best selling newspaper “The Times”) Looking northeast from the Nualolo Trail About 4 miles in length (one way), the challenging Nualolo trail loses over 1,500 feet in elevation as it winds itʻs way towards where the Nāpali Coast begins to dramatically crumble thousands…

Pono Pledge

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The Island of Hawaii Visitors Bureau (IHVB) and County of Hawaii have partnered to launch the “Pono Pledge,” a new public information campaign aimed at educating and encouraging residents and visitors to be safe, responsible and respectful to each other and the environment while enjoying the bounty of the island of Hawaii. ​Though designed with Hawaiʻi Island in mind, this pledge…

Professional traveler, blogger, and Instagramer Sarah Alexander takes on Kauaʻi with Kauaʻi Hiking Tours!

Famous traveler looking out over the lush jungle

Kauaʻi Hiking Tours was thrilled to welcome professional blogger, Instagramer, and all around world traveler extraordinaire Sarah Alexander on our Kuilau Ridge Hike! Click Here to be linked to the Instagram Page Click Here to be taken to the extensive Where Is Sarah – For The Adventurous Female Solo Traveler – Official Blog ​Hiking the Kuilau Ridge Trail in Kaua’i, Hawaii…

Fall ’17 – Recent Press for Kauaʻi Hiking Tours!

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Native Intelligence Article in Hana Hou! Magazine CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE @ HANAHOU.COM Interview with Live Large CLICK HERE TO READ REST OF THE ARTICLE @ LIVELARGE.COM Backpacker Magazine KHT guide Weston Gabrielsen in Backpacker Magazine (Sept. ’17 Issue) – doing his thing on Nualolo Trail during a guided hike turned photoshoot!

Learn about proposed new legislation to help protect Hawaiʻi’s coral reefs, the harmful effects of chemical sunscreens, and safe alternatives to sun exposure in the following article by Katherine Martinko…

The ocean floor in the shallows

When sunscreen chemicals wash off beach-goers, they bleach coral, stunt its growth, and sometimes kill it outright. If you’re heading to Hawaii, or any other tropical paradise, to soak up the sun this winter, you might want to leave the sunscreen behind. It sounds counterintuitive after years of being told to slather on sunscreen to…