WHERE IS NA PALI COAST? On the Hawaiian Island of Kauai, the Na Pali Coast embraces a phenomenol marine wilderness, left remarkably untouched by man. Na Pali, meaning "The Cliffs" in Hawaiian, is a 17-mile stretch of rugged coastline located on the northwest side of Kauai.
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"HAWAII'S 6TH WONDER": The rugged Na Pali Coast is one of the most rapidly eroding shorelines in the world. This erosion has created a spectacular landscape of deep valleys, hidden beaches, and steep pinnacles. Sheer cliffs tower as high as 4,000 feet in the air. The beauty of this natural backdrop has given the Na Pali Coast the title of "Hawaii's Sixth Wonder."
GETTING TO NA PALI COAST: If you're thinking about a scenic drive along the Na Pali Coast, think again, there are no roads along the Na Pali Coast. The area is accessible only by boat, helicopter, or by hiking the 11-mile Kalalau Trail.
ZODIAC® RAFTS: In the 1970's, boat captains made Zodiac® inflatable rafts a popular vessel for exploring the isolated Na Pali Coast. These vessels not only heightened the sense of adventure, but were of small enough size to snorkel, explore sea caves, waterfalls, and shallow inlets. Na Pali Riders continues the tradition of taking passengers to the Na Pali Coast in Zodiac® rafts, giving you the chance to experience the Na Pali Coast up close and personal. [Learn more about the Zodiac® Raft]
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Kauai's #1 Raft Adventure that does the whole Na Pali coast. Explore sea caves, get under the waterfalls, get close to dolphins, sea turtles, monk seals and whales when in season, and snorkel Kauai's best reefs. A must do, once-in-a-lifetime adventure.
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