Wa'akaulua is the Hawaiian word for double canoe. It is pronounced wah-ah-kow-loo-uh.
 
seaside hike through lava

seaside hike through lava
seaside hike

seaside hike
sitting on the sailboat platform

view from the platform of Captain Kiko's wa'akaulua

Sailing

Captain Kiko sails his wa’akaulua (double canoe) from many different state boat ramps on the Island of Hawaii. He also stops at various historical harbors and canoe landings during his excursions so that the guests can swim or picnic or enjoy the beach. Call him to discuss the options depending on your location and the weather.

As of November 2016 all trips run from the mouth of the Wailoa River in Hilo, Hawaii.

See pricing info here.

State boat ramps

Other historical harbors and canoe landings