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Kauai Eco Adventure Tour | Waimea, HI

Kokee Natural History Museum | By kokee natural h
3600 Kokee Rd, Waimea, HI 96796
2.3k 712

How Much

$10 - $476

Who

All ages

When

Check the description for time information.

Contact Info

808.335.9975 Visit Website

Description

Description: 

Blue Hawaiian Helicopters offers a state-of-the-art marvel with 23% more interior room, individual business class style seats, two-way communication with your pilot and expansive glass for outstanding sweeping views of Kauai's incomparable natural beauty. 

Journey begins with a flight to Hanapepe Valley continuing onto Mana Waipuna commonly referred to as "Jurassic Park Falls." Flying over Olokele Canyon then moving on to eye-popping Waimea Canyon is followed by sculptural masterpiece of Na Pali Coast, the pristine Hanalei Bay and the Princeville Resort Area. Weather permitting, the crowning glory of Mt. Waialeale into the center of the crater with its 5000-foot walls and 3000-foot waterfalls.

Kauai office: 3501 Rice St, Lihue (Harbor Mall, Suite 107A) 

Kauai phone: 245-5800 

Pickup/Shipping Instructions: 

Winners may pick up prizes at Tire Warehouse, Lihue, Kauai, 3028 Aukele Street, on Wednesday, December 4, 2013 from 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Call Lorraine Wichman (808) 651-7866 or contact wichmanpoipu@msn.com

Shipping is available anywhere in the world and rates will vary. For information regarding shipping contact Lorraine Wichman.

Starting Bid:

$200.00

Min Bid Increment:

$10.00

Auction Ends:

November 30, 2013 10:00 AM HST

Fair Market Value:

$476.00 

Number of Bids:

0

Description: 

Hui O Laka, founded in 1952, its core service is the operation of the Kokee Natural History Museum. Today, Hui O Laka now provides and supports a wide variety of education and stewardship programs, heightening a sense of place by looking to the past, enriching the present, and conserving and restoring for the future. Hui O Laka is a small non-profit who has always kept the Kokee Natural History Museum open 365 days a year to visitors and locals alike, at no cost to the State of Hawaii, for 60 years. Its main source of income is donations at the door, memberships, grants and sales of souvenirs and gifts in their museum. 

The Kokee Museum provides information on a daily basis about these beautiful upland parks. Information about the hikes, weather, plants, trees, camping facilities, historic background, hunting, fishing, lookouts and sponsors festivals, educational excursions for schools and volunteers for community projects.