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We loved this tour. Captain John was really great and the view was amazing. Na Pali coast is beautiful and unforgettable! Must see it on Kauai. Saw sea caves and lots of fish and of course see turtles!!!!
We visited the Na Pali coast first by land, then by sea, what an amazing part of the world! The views are utterly spectacular in this region, and unforgettable! From all of the amazing places to stop on the way up to the top of...More
The colors are breathtaking, especially this time of year. The Na Pali Coast is filled with an abundance of foliage making it even more beautiful! We spent hours just taking in the lovely vistas. Blues, Browns, Greens.....a MUST see for sure!!
The Na Pali coast is a must see for any visit to the garden island.My wife and I went on a day cruise and a romantic sunset criuse...both featuring the beautiful Na Pali Coast as a backdrop...BEAUTIUL...
I was planning on taking a boat tour from Port Arthur up to the NaPali coast. The tour operator indicated that they could not take anyone with a pacemaker or ICD, due to the powerful radars from the Pacific Missle testing range on the SW...More
This shoreline, remote and uninhabited due to the rough terrain and sea conditions, is a must see if you have the chance. Only access is by a boat, hike or a helicopter ride. But seeing is believing. The work of nature in creating this coastline...More
You might be hard-pressed to finish the 11 miles in a day. You should take the time to hike up into the valleys to visit waterfalls and take a swim. A word of caution - stay on the trail. Although they say it's uninhabited... More
You might be hard-pressed to finish the 11 miles in a day. You should take the time to hike up into the valleys to visit waterfalls and take a swim. A word of caution - stay on the trail. Although they say it's uninhabited, there are folks on pot plantations that don't take kindly to "visitors".