Kauai's Most Pristine Shoreline

Be amazed by the natural beauty of Kauai’s North Shore at the island’s northernmost point, the historic Kilauea Point Lighthouse. This scenic spot is a sanctuary for seabirds, including shearwaters, boobies and Laysan albatross.

Make a stop in charming Hanalei and browse the art galleries, surf shops and restaurants. Hanalei Bay, set between majestic mountains and the Pacific Ocean, offers a tranquil setting to unwind.

The most iconic site on Kauai’s North Shore is the Napali Coast, an extraordinary coastline that stretches 15 miles from Kee Beach to Polihale State Park. This natural treasure is characterized by its remote location, sheer cliffs and unspoiled shorelines – visitors can explore its beauty by land, boat or air.

The Kalalau Trail is a strenuous 11-mile hike that takes you from Kee Beach to Kalalau Valley. Not for the faint-hearted, this steep footpath cuts through the deep and narrow valleys of Kauai’s pristine North Shore.

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