This was a marvelous 1/2 day kayaking experience. We took a water camera because we did not want to chance our digital camera getting wet. But the other couple that went with us had no problems with water exposure and their digital. Chris the guide was knowledgable about the area, history and fauna. He taught kayak navigation well and was very careful on the speed of the travel upstream (my wife and I were slow, she had a torn rotator cuff injury but was still able to navigate well). He was also careful on the hike to the falls (he travelled barefooted, we had water shoes since we crossed the streams a couple of times) which is not too challenging. The water at Sacred Falls was cold, and I emphasize cold. But it was refreshing. The company provided a lunch with some of the best pineapple that I have ever had (Dole, eat your heart out). January was a good time to go as we only had one other couple in our group and the other groups that came to to falls were fairly small. The trip back was a little warm in January and we were glad that we had taken the 7:30 tour. It might get crowded during the summer months, so I would recommend that you take one of the earlier trips out to the falls as this will give you time to do something in the afternoon.
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