This breathtaking coastline is one of the most unique tropical coastlines in the world. Rising to over 4000 feet in some parts it leads to the highest point on the island. The Napali coast is famous for the sailboats and zodiac tours that frequent the area, but also a number of movies filmed there including the original Jurassic Park film.
Along the Napali a few noted destinations are things every visitor has to check out. First and easily accessible via public roads is Ke'e Beach. It is what is referred to as the "end of the road." At Ke'e visitors can wade in calm waters that are protected by a shallow reef.
For those that are a bit more adventurous, a trail known as the Hanakapiai Trail heads further along the North Shore. The trail winds for two miles along the rocky cliffs of the Napali before arriving at the aptly named Hanakapiai Beach. From there you can hike an additional two miles inland to see the Hanakapiai falls or extreme adventurers can follow the Kalalau Trail.
The Kalalau trail winds another nine miles up and down the cliffs of the Napali to one of the most secluded valleys on earth. Kalalau has year round residents who camp and live off of the land there, only leaving periodically to get vital resources. You can also take in a view of the Kalalau valley from one of the amazing tours of the Napali like Captain Andy's Boat Tour