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Na Pali Coast

Going the Distance

Nualolo Reef and Cove

Here at Na Pali Pirates, we understand the importance of being able to recieve your moneys worth for an entire, first class tour. Thats why, we are proud to be one of the few companies that take you along the entire Na Pali Coast!  The larger boats, turn around at Kalalau Valley because they come…

Kauai Island History

Na Pali Coast, Honopu

Kauai is the oldest of the Hawaiian Island chain. Kauai is approximately 5.1 million years old and it was formed by volcanic activity, wind and other elements. Kauai has many special elements to it, The Na Pali Coast and Waimea Canyon are two that are most predominant and that stick out. No other island has…

Na Pali Coast Waterfalls

A small waterfall on the Na Pali Coast

Kauai is so fortunate to be one nicknamed The Garden Island, waterfalls are so abundant. The Na Pali Coast is home to many water falls and each one of them is unique and special. In order to see every single majestic waterfall, you’ll have to join us on tour! But we want to highlight a…

Raft vs Large Catamaran

Na Pali Coast Raft Adventures

When researching the Na Pali Coast it can be overwhelming due to all the choices that come up on the search engine. Should you go with a large catamaran? How about kayaking the coast? How do you choose between eight different zodiac raft companies?!  Look no further than Na Pali Pirates!  Our raft is the…

Hawaii Sunscreen Ban

Nualolo Snorkel on Na Pali Coast

The ocean is such a big part of our world, and not to mention what we do here at Na Pali Pirates. It is super important to us to take care of the ocean which we operate our daily tours and the marine life that live in it. With that being said, there is something…

Nualolo Reef

Na Pali Pirates Snorkel Adventure Tours

Nualolo reef is the best snorkeling along the Na Pali Coast and fortunately for us-is our go to destination for a swim and snack break during our tour! Due to a regulation in place by the DLNR, larger catamarans are prohibited from stopping here which allows only the small boats to tie up and snorkel…