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Miloli’i Valley


Milolii was once an old Hawaiian fishing village, with its own source of fresh water, the Hawaiians that once lived in this valley flourished. The Milolii reef protects sea turtles, fish, and monk seals from larger predators which was perfect for fishing and catching their own food.  Milolii also has a stream which flows from…

Open Ceiling Cave


Visiting the Open Ceiling cave is a fan favorite when it comes to the sea caves along the Na Pali Coast! The cave was not always as it is today, it was once a hallowed out lava tube. Over the years, erosion and power waves caused the top of the cave to collapse and created…

Kalalau Valley


Kalalau Valley is one of our most favorite an incredible sights along the Na Pali Coast. Kalalau is the largest valley along the coast spanning two miles wide and two miles in depth to the back of the valley. At one time, it is said that approximately 2500 Hawaiians used to live in the valley…

Na Pali Engagements and Weddings

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Kaua’i is lover’s paradise and Na Pali coast is the perfect place to take your beloved on a special trip of a lifetime. Our private tours are the perfect way to celebrate your trip to Kauai, and even a more perfect way to make your engagement or wedding extra special. couple engagement photo

Na Pali Coast Clean Up

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We were so stoked to take part of the 1st Annual Na Pali Coast Clean Up. Na Pali Experience, Na Pali Pirates and our friends who work and play on the coast got together to collect trash along the 17 miles of coastline. 2,000 lbs of marine debris were collected and almost all of it…