Welcome to Na Pali Coast Wilderness State Park
Roadless, pristine and hauntingly beautiful, this 16-mile-long stretch of stark cliffs, white-sand beaches, turquoise coves and gushing waterfalls links the island's northern and western shores. This state park is arguably Kauaʻi’s most magnificent natural sight. While fit trekkers tackle the exposed, undulating, slippery trail from Haʻena to Kalalau Valley, it's also possible to experience the coastline by kayak, raft or catamaran. Kalalau, Honopu, Awaʻawapuhi, Nuʻalolo and Miloliʻi are the five major valleys along the coast, each seemingly more stunning than the last.