Winter 2018 by Angela Saurine for Family Travel Magazine With 11 of the world’s 13 climate zones and some of the most dramatic scenery imaginable, it’s no wonder filmmakers flock to Hawai’i.
Friday June 1st 2018 by Pascale Hughes Pascale Hughes is a reporter and feature writer. Contact [email protected] As special correspondent for Sacramento Union newspaper, Mark Twain had a go at surfing when he visited Hawaii in 1866. He paddled out on his wooden board, waited “for a particularly prodigious billow to come along,” then prodigiously…More »
By JESSICA YADEGARAN | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: March 24, 2018 at 9:00 am | UPDATED: March 27, 2018 at 1:40 pm KAUAI — I’m deep in the jungle, wearing protective goggles, a safety helmet and rust-orange bandana. The look is somewhere between motocross and cowboy — not my finest fashion…More »
Combining UTVs and Mountain Bikes to Explore Kauai Jimmy’s 4×4. Along with a wide range…On our recent excursion to Lihue, Hawaii, we hooked up with Kipu Adventure Tours to test their new Kawasaki Mule Adventure machine that was hand-built by More »
By Jenna Carpenter – The Garden Island | Sunday, December 11, 2016, 12:05 a.m. In his 13 years working as a tour guide for Kipu Ranch Adventures, Troy Shanks estimates he has met 50,000 people. “I probably have a place to stay in every state in the United States and about 10 different countries,” he…More »
By Jenna Carpenter – The Garden Island | Wednesday, October 19, 2016, 2 a.m. KIPU — When Antone Teves heard about a fire that destroyed a Lawai home of a former Kipu Ranch tour guide, he knew he had to do something. “I thought what it would be like to be in that position,” he…More »
Marty Wentzel | Contributing Editor, Hawaii In early 2016, Kipu Ranch Adventures (KRA) switched its fleet from all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) to utility terrain vehicles (UTVs). The Kauai company wanted to change its focus from heart-thumping exploits to more relaxing spins around a 3,000-acre working cattle ranch. It was a smart move on KRA’s part. Not…More »