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Na'Pali Coast State Park

Kauai, HI

 (808) 274-3444

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Here's what Trippy members say about Na'Pali Coast State Park:

"We found a great spot in the north west corner of the island, a few miles before the entrance to the hiking trails of the Na'Pali Coast State Park."  See More

"The Waimea Canyon State Park, the Na'Pali Coast State Park and Waianae Range, Waialua, HI, United States and it's waterfalls galore are some of the highlights of this not to miss experience."  See More

"Of course, you will meet tourists at some points, especially when doing popular things such as walking along the water in Na'Pali Coast State Park - but don't let that scare you away from this marvelous experience."  See More

"The trail is on the Na'Pali Coast State Park coast and is one of the most beautiful hikes in the world."  See More

"We were in Kauai 4 years ago, so there may be newer tours available, but we did a day trip with Captain Andy's and really loved it - AND they have alc-beverages on board :) We had a small breakfast and lunch on board with cruising and snorkeling along the Na'Pali Coast in between."  See More

"Especially the hike along the Na'Pali Coast State Park was mesmerizing (even though many aspects of Kauai took my breath away)."  See More

"Beautiful scenery to explore including the Waimea Canyon State Park, the Na'Pali Coast State Park Coastline."  See More

"In the US, another vote for Kauai's Na'Pali Coast State Park and the north coast near Hanalei."  See More

"and boat trips to the Na'Pali Coast State Park are plentiful from the Poipu area."  See More

"I also think that the best ways to appreciate the island's unique beauty especially Na'Pali Coast State Park are from the air or by boat."  See More

"Hiking the Kalalau Trail is challenging but you're rewarded with amazing views of the Na'Pali Coast along the way and Hanakapi 'ai Falls are seriously breathtaking!"  See More

"Both hiking and sea kayaking Na'Pali Coast State Park of Kaua'i [photos]."  See More

"I don't really know what you like and prefer to do, but here is a list of some cool stuff you might enjoy in a relatively short time you have: Hiking Na'Pali Coast Kalalau Trail."  See More

"The best kayak experience on Kauai surf permitting would be along the Na'Pali Coast State Park coastline."  See More

"I would plan on hiking up the Na'Pali Coast State Park."  See More

"Na'Pali Coast State Park is beautiful and should be hiked if possible, and also viewed from the sea during sunset (we did Captain Andy's)."  See More

"If you go on a Na'Pali Coast boat tour from Port Allen Small Boat Harbor, you'll get an opportunity for some primo snorkeling in addition to the best vantage point for the spectacular scenery."  See More

"Hike the Na'Pali Coast State Park."  See More

"The Na'Pali Coast State Park and coastline is the most beautiful place I have ever seen."  See More

"Na'Pali Coast State Park for hiking and views."  See More

"There is hiking around the lookout over Na'Pali Coast State Park, but these are narrow ridge tops and very slick during winter rains."  See More

"January in Kauai will limit how you do some activities, mostly involving the Na'Pali Coast State Park."  See More

"Na'Pali Coast State Park is a really impressive place with nice hikes"  See More

"The must see in Kauai is the Na'Pali Coast State Park."  See More

"If you are looking for a location near to activities that the island has to offer-the more southern area gives you the best access to the Waimea Canyon State Park and the north side gives you access to Na'Pali Coast State Park."  See More

"Coast: Na'Pali Coast State Park (you have to register up front, there is only a 2 day hike - but It must be awesome [I did not do it]"  See More

"Broke it down into 3 sections for you. Maui, Kaua'i and The Big Island! I've never been to Lana'i City, but I think your best bet would be to take a puddle jumper for a day or 2 from Maui. On Maui: Road to Hana It is a LONG and WINDY road (hairpin turns for about 2+ hours) and you will want to stop along the way for the billion sights. My boyfriend and I did the trip together and drove ALL the way around the island. Most people stop at Hana or just past at the 7 Sacred Pools @ Haleakala State Park. If you have a 4-wheel drive car and don't mind a little crazier driving than what you just experienced...keep going. But only do it if there's still daylight time left. The drive WILL take all day, especially if you're starting at the Lahaina side of the island. Leave early. There are so many places to stop along the way, I would suggest just picking like 3 or 4 and then stopping in Hana for some banana bread and a taco. This AWESOME app I would suggest is GyPSy. The guy talks you through the whole thing and picks some of the really best (less crowded) places to stop. There are like 80 different waterfalls, 79 gardens, 50 beachs...so you can pick any of them and be cool, but the app gives you the best options in their opinion. Its worth the purchase price because it's better than a guide book in my opinion. One of the last stops I'd recommend is 7 Sacred Pools @ Haleakala State Park. Short hike to get here. You can swim in the waters. Just a really pretty site. Iao Valley State Park and the Iao Needle. It's the rainy part of the island. It WILL be raining here, but it's got some beautiful gardens. It can be a really really quick stop. Like an hour. Super short hike, but super pretty. You can also skip it and not feel like you're missing the best thing. Haleakala: We mountain biked down the volcano. It's so friggin fun you just go flying down. It's beautiful. Go to the top of the volcano, too. SO WORTH IT! It looks like Mars from up there. It's insane landscape and you can pick a very short hike (like half mile) or a longer hike (8 mile) and see it all. DO THIS. Here's the bike ride info: !"  See More

"We did the hike leaving from Ke'e Beach and hiking along the Napali Coast into the Na'Pali Coast State Park."  See More

"It's at the beginning of the trailhead to hiking the Na'Pali Coast State Park."  See More

"For sight-seeing I'd go to Na'Pali Coast State Park and Hanalei Bay which are both beautiful!"  See More








   
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