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Our four Kauai built boats: Leila, Holo Holo, and Adventurer II & III; will get you to the fun faster, so you have more time to snorkel, sightsee, relax and enjoy the pristine waters and spectacular cliffs of the Napali Coast & Niihau. Holo Holo Charters is the only Kauai boat tour company that offers daily trips to the “forbidden island” of Niihau. We provide the safest, most unique and memorable ocean experience available, with the highest degree of quality customer service. Book your Kauai boat tour today with Holo Holo Charters and get to the fun faster.
Napali Coast & Niihau Boat Tours
Niihau + Napali Super Tour
What a day! No other company offers this amazing trip daily. Our premiere trip aboard Holo Holo begins with a continental breakfast as we head west & north to the majestic Napali Coast with waterfalls, lush valleys, and sea caves.
Napali Snorkel Sail
For true trade wind sailing on Kauai join us aboard Leila, a beautiful 50' sailing catamaran. Nobody sails more, and it’s not uncommon to attain speeds up to 18 knots (about 20mph)!
Napali Sunset Tour
There’s nothing like a Kauai sunset. And there’s no place better to see it than on the water. Watch the colors of the coastline change as the sun sinks into the ocean; it’s truly gorgeous. Make sure you bring your camera on this spectacular sightseeing tour.
Aloha Sunset Sail
Enjoy a beautiful sunset like a kama’aina (local resident), as you set sail along Kauai’s sunny south shore listening to the classic mellow sounds of Hawaii’s artists from the 1970’s. Enjoy an all-inclusive, fun-filled evening of local food, music and genuine aloha hospitality service. Aloha attire is more than welcomed.
Napali Snorkel Adventure
Climb aboard our rigid-hull inflatable “rafts” with twin 225hp outboards that will get you to the Napali Coast in record time! Large enough to include all the comforts you expect, and nimble enough to get up close to Kauai’s famous coast. The adventure begins the moment you step into the water and it doesn‘t stop until we return to Hanalei Bay.