Kauai Road Trip Audio Guide For Chromebook

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Kauai Road Trip Audio Guide

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  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2016-06-20
  • Current Version: 8.2.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 140.13 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
  • Developer: Shaka Guide

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Change the way you see Kauai with Shaka Guide. Get all the benefits of a guided tour, but from an app! Along the way, you’ll get directions as you drive, hear stories about the places you’re visiting, and listen to Hawaiian music. The app features four GPS driving tours of the island that visit popular attractions, beaches, hikes, scenic spots, and cultural sites. All tours are made locally in Hawaii and include hours of audio narration that plays automatically as your drive. The app works completely offline. This means that even in remote parts of the island without wifi or data, we’ll still get you where you need to go! Shaka Guide tours never expire — use them more than once or break them up into multiple days. Change the way you see Hawaii with Shaka Guide! Check out the Kauai tours below. NORTH SHORE KAUAI DRIVING TOUR, 6+ hours, 18 stops Along the way you’ll… • Stroll along secluded beaches like Moloa’a Beach and Secret Beach • Visit a nature reserve and look for wildlife at Kilauea Lighthouse • Snorkel at Anini Beach and Tunnels Beach • Hike the first 1/2 mile of the Kalalau Trail along the Na Pali Coast • Eat lunch in the quaint town of Hanalei WAIMEA CANYON & NA PALI COAST DRIVING TOUR 6+ hours, 19 stops Along the way you’ll… • Sip on local Kauai coffee • Marvel at Waimea Canyon, the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, from multiple viewpoints • Take in views of the Na Pali Coast from Kalalau Lookout • Walk across two swinging bridges • Visit the western-most bookstore in the United States in Hanapepe Town WAILUA VALLEY & WATERFALLS TOUR 6+ hours, 19 stops Along the way you’ll… • Take a selfie in front of two massive waterfalls: Wailua and ‘Opaeka’a • Visit Kauai’s Hindu monastery and sacred forest • Snorkel at Lydgate Beach Park • Hike to a waterfall and swimming hole at the Ho’opi’i Falls Trail • Eat an authentic plate lunch, poke or shave ice in Kapa’a POIPU & KOLOA DRIVING TOUR 4+ hours, 15 stops Along the way you’ll… • Check out an epic blowhole at Spouting Horn • Relax at Poipu Beach • Take a hike at Shipwreck Beach • Visit an ancient Hawaiian fishpond • Stroll through the historic town of Koloa Check out a complete list of stops for each tour in the app! BUY THE ISLAND BUNDLE, GET ALL 4 BIG ISLAND TOURS When you buy the island bundle you’ll get ALL FOUR Kauai tours for 50% off the retail price. WHAT CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING - “Must Have App for Kaua'i” - “#1 Vacation Enhancer” - “Truly Deserves 5 Stars! Worth Every Dime!” - “Outstanding app for vacationers” - “A great way to see the island at your own pace” DOWNLOADING THE TOURS It’s important that you download the tours (preferably in wifi) before you go. Make sure the tour is completely downloaded and you’ll have no problem using the tours offline. BATTERY USAGE The app uses your GPS only when necessary. Please remember that continual use of your GPS can dramatically deplete your battery. Be sure to pack a car charger for your tour. IPAD NOTICE You can use an iPad to take the tour, however, wifi-only iPads without GPS capability will not work. ABOUT SHAKA GUIDE At Shaka Guide our goal is to connect people with places. We love Hawaii. Not just for its beauty, but also for its rich history and culture. We believe that every destination has a story and we want to tell it. In Hawaii, we have over 20 audio tours that do just that — share the stories of the islands.



  • Love this app!

    By McAnelly Family
    We were first introduced to the Shaka app while visiting Maui. The road to Hana was amazing. So during this family trip to Kauai, we decided to download this app. My son named the tour guide “George.” “George” took us through some amazing locations in Kauai and we heard so many wonderful stories. There’s so much to do and see in this island. Highly recommend!
  • Glitchy glitchy glitchy

    By Mamaforlife
    The information provided is fine. But I wanted to throw my phone out the window every time I tried to get it to work and wasted precious vacation time. Even with good Wi-Fi at the hotel, I couldn’t get downloading to start. It wasn’t the Wi-Fi. The app just wouldn’t respond. I’d press it over and over and it would just “think” then do nothing. Turned off phone, shut down app, closed everything on my phone, MORE than enough storage on my phone…and nothing. Finally after an hour or two I had three of the four I paid for downloaded. So we left. Then in the car trying to start a tour and it wouldn’t start 😤 THEN it suddenly said I still needed to download them!! I have gotten one to work so far. I’m not going to sit on the side of the road for hours trying to download AGAIN. I’d love the info, but time is too precious on vacation. Too expensive for the hassle.
  • A must buy but needs updates

    By bbakeman0971
    We’ve bought this app for each of the islands and haven’t been disappointed. Each tour gives some fun history and tidbits that we probably wouldn’t have known about had we just driven around. And we didn’t pay an absolute fortune for it. That said, here are a couple of things to know but not to discourage you from purchasing. 1. The narrator is great but it sure would’ve been nice if they could have a different voice for each tour, just for a little variety. 2. In the years since these first came out, changes have happened. The Ishihara store in Waimea is closing in March 2023 so that’s off. The archaeological site in Poipu is kind of blocked by a large screen on the right and can be easy to miss. 3. When he tells you to turn right down a dirt road in Poipu, it’s been paved. Don’t be confused. 4. Kauai can be rainy. Try to look over or get a forecast of Waimea Canyon before driving up. Clouds settle in the canyon so views will be obscured. Consider bringing a hoodie and decent hiking shoes. Slippahs are slippery on the red mud. Trust me. 5. Finally, the app can be a bit clunky to use, especially when getting to the starting point, but once you’re there it’s pretty easy to just follow along. Just have fun with it and Live Aloha.
  • Excellent travel guides

    By Carrdian
    My husband and I just spent two weeks in Hawaii and used these guides. They were great. Guided us to all the “need to see” spots and filled us in on lots of information and history. I highly recommend. We used the guides for Oahu, Maui, Hawaii (The Big Island) and Kauai.
  • Shaka Guide

    By KingYukon
    Should be required listening for anyone that visits the islands. Shaka Guide No Ka Oi!
  • Love this App!

    By SamsonBelle
    This is the best way to see the island! The directions are easy to follow, the stories and history are interesting. I’ve learned so much about Kauai! I highly recommend all the tours. You won’t be disappointed 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
  • Tour Waimea canyon and Napali

    By Waimea Canyon
    I have never
  • Amazing!!!!

    By kilodabrick
    This was the best tour I have done and it is perfectly priced. There were so many picture opportunities, cool beaches, awesome caves, beautiful waterfalls. 10/10 would recommend. For the price you would spend on a guided tour with someone driving you, you can spend on a car for the week with to explore the entire island.
  • Great way to see the island!

    By Sapphire31
    This is a great way to see mostly everything on the island. The whole family enjoyed this and while we live in Hawaii on Oahu we learned a thing or two about Hawaiian culture. Navigation and locations are easy to find with the apps details and instructions. Highly recommend doing this!
  • Outstanding Guide!

    By ArticPDM
    We found these guides during our stopover on Oahu. They’re like a hop-on/hop-off bus tour but at your own pace.