Nature on The Na Pali Coast

Located in the northern part of Kauai Island, Hawaii, this 17 mile stretch of ‘na pali’ or ‘cliffs,’ provides visitors with thrilling views of the Manawaiopuna Falls (which was one of the backdrops of Jurassic Park) pockets of coastline, intimate beaches, and five main valleys of lush greenery. There is so much to see and discover from all angles of this viewpoint, but one of the best is from up above. Take a plane up from the Lihue Island Airport to see the sharp ridges from above as the waves crash far below. Or, take a boat to glide through the crystal blue waters with cliffs towering above you. The Na Pali Coast brings your sensational, tropical wonders to life in a beach paradise that’s surely meant to be on everyone’s bucket list.

Getting There

As a major travel destination, Hawaii’s International Airport, Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, which has many daily flights serving from New York CityLos AngelesLas VegasSan FranciscoOrlando, and Miami. sees millions of visitors every year from all across the globe. Traveling to this beautiful state is easy when flying from large international airports, such as Heathrow or Beijing. After arriving at the Hawaii airport, you are one step closer to the Na Pali Coast. There are number of travel option via Brazil, PeruArgentina, Mexico, Chile or USA for Australian Citizen. You can easily catch a flight from Daniel K. Airport to the Lihue Airport, located directly on the Kauai Island. This 20-minute trip also gives you aerial views of this stunning region. And once on the island, you can take private or public transport to get around.

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