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If you’re looking to stay away from the crowds altogether, check out Kauaʻi Hiking Tours’ new South Shore Coastal Hike. It’s a mellow, relatively flat three-mile oceanside hike along the southern sea cliffs, shaped by wind and waves and home to a variety of wildlife, cultural sites and scenic vantage points. It’s all brought to life by owner and lead guide Jeremiah Felsen.
“One of the great things about this tour is that it gets people away from more crowded parts of the island, to an area rich in natural and cultural history,” said Felsen.
“Walking this long stretch of undeveloped coastline, just a stone’s throw away from the bustling resorts of Poʻipū, gives visitors an opportunity to connect more deeply with the land, to imagine what it must have felt like to walk the same cliffs as the island’s first inhabitants more than a thousand years ago.”
The experience includes a tour of the Makauwahi Cave, Hawaiʻi’s largest limestone cave and one of the most significant archaeological sites in the state.
The South Shore Coastal Hike also has a feel-good component: Felsen donates 15% of every outing to nonprofits working to preserve the Makauwahi Cave.
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