Waimea Canyon and Napali Cliff Top Hike
Views that few ever get to experience!
Are you looking for an amazing Kauai hike that will take your breath away? Look no further than our Nāpali Coast cliff top hike! This six- to seven-hour hike is designed to give you unparalleled views of the most stunning middle sections of the famed 17-mile Nāpali Coast. You’ll be rewarded for your hard work with sweeping vistas of the ocean and coastline that can only be seen from the cliff top ridges of Kōkeʻe State Park. So what are you waiting for? Lace up your hiking boots and head on over to Kōkeʻe State Park for an adventure you’ll never forget!
In-depth look of the Nāpali Coast from the unique vantage point of a ridge thousands of feet above the ocean!
Bonus stop at 2-3 amazing viewpoints of Waimea Canyon, including Waipo’o Falls cascading 800 feet into the canyon
Guided tour of Koke’e and Waimea Canyon State Parks
Scenic picnic lunch spot
Hiking on Kauai is one of the best ways to see the island’s incredible scenery. This hike takes you along the amazing middle sections of the Nāpali Coast and is a great option for those looking for an adventurous day hike. The trail is accessible only by foot and takes six to seven hours to complete. The hike is strenuous, but you will be rewarded with stunning views. The cliff top ridges offer unique vantage points that can only be accessed from Kōkeʻe State Park. Hiking on Kauai is a great way to see the island’s beautiful scenery and get some exercise.
Meet your guide and hop into a comfortable coach. Along the drive, you’ll see a change in vegetation and climate as you transition into the “rain shadow,” characterized by the arid farmland of the island’s leeward side. Along the way, we’ll pass through the agricultural towns of Hanapēpē and Waimea and learn the important role they played in Kauaʻi’s history.
We will stop at a couple of the best Waimea Canyon overlooks, including one with a view of 800-foot Waipo’o Falls, before beginning our ridge hike from one of the trailheads.There we will enjoy jaw-dropping views of the world-famous Nāpali Coast and/or Waimea Canyon from these vantage points (weather permitting). If you choose to pack a lunch, we will eat inside charmingly rustic Kōkeʻe Lodge in between hikes/overlooks or at a recommended picnic spot.
|Private Hiking Tour(Flat rate for up to 4 guest / $145 for each additional guests)||$580.00|
We meet at the trailhead or at a centralized location between where you are staying and where the tour will be. You choose your start time – 7 am, 8 am, 9 am, or 1:30 pm. Or contact us to arrange a time not listed.
You may cancel up to 5 days before your tour starts. No cancellations, changes or refunds can be made within 5 days of your tour, but we will attempt to reschedule you if possible. Cancellations made more than 5 days before the start of the tour may be subject to a 10% service charge.
*Note: As Kauai’s weather is localized and changes often, tours will operate rain or shine, except in the most extreme cases.
Hiking the Nāpali Coast is a Kauaʻi must-do! This six- to seven-hour hike will take you along the middle section of the famous Nāpali Coast, with sweeping views of the most dramatic middle sections from unique vantage points. You’ll get muddy, you’ll get sweaty, but it will all be worth it when you’re standing at the top of a cliff, thousands of feet above the ocean, taking in the incredible scenery.
The island is home to a variety of trails that wind through dense rainforests, along the edge of steep cliffs, and past waterfalls and streams. Hiking is also a great way to learn about Kauaʻi’s history and culture. The island has a rich history dating back to the early Polynesian settlers. As you pass through Kauaʻi’s different terrains, you’ll learn about the role each region played in the island’s development. From the agricultural town of Hanapēpē to the leeward side’s arid farmland, Kauaʻi is a land of contrasts. Hiking is the best way to see it all!
Waimea Canyon is known as the “Grand Canyon of The Pacific.” After our drive along the coast, we’ll take you into Waimea Canyon State Park where you can take in epic views of the expansive canyon as well as well as the Na Pali coast. We will stop at a couple of the choicest Waimea Canyon overlooks, including one with a view of 800-foot Waipo’o Falls, before beginning our ridge hike from one of the trailheads in Kōkeʻe State Park or Waimea Canyon SP (depending on your private group and local conditions).