Na Pali Coast State Wilderness Park

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Na Pali Coast State Wilderness Park

Hawaii

(808) 587-0300

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Things To Do

     

Overview

The Na Pali Coast is a very special place. The pali, or cliffs, provide a rugged grandeur of deep, narrow valleys ending abruptly at the sea. Waterfalls and swift flowing streams continue to cut these narrow valleys while the sea carves cliffs at their mouths. Extensive stone walled terraces can still be found on the valley bottoms where Hawaiians once lived and cultivated taro.

Map of Na Pali Coast State Wilderness Park (HI)

Latitude, Longitude: 22.218318, -159.586544

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Activities

  • Camping

    Camping at Hanakoa and Kalalau Valleys by permit only. Composting toilets at Hanakapi'ai, Hanakoa, Kalalau, Nu'alolo Kai and Miloli'i. Rain shelters at Hanakoa, shelters with picnic tables at Miloli'i. NO DRINKING WATER - stream water must be treated. NO TRASH SERVICE - pack out what you pack in. There is no cell phone coverage in this park. Camping permits required, special rules apply to Na Pali

  • Hiking

    The trailhead for Kalalau Trail at end of Kuhio Highway (Hwy. 56) in Ha'ena State Park. Hiking permits required to hike beyond Hanakapi'ai Valley.

  • Picnicking

    Picnicking is available at the camping areas.

Directions

Driving

Trailhead for Kalalau Trail at end of Kuhio Highway (Hwy. 56) in Ha'ena State Park; Kalalau and Milolii Valleys also accessible by kayak from May 15 through Labor Day. Nualolo Kai accessible for day use by commercial boat tours or by private boats.

Phone Numbers

Primary

(808) 587-0300

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