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Na Pali Morning Tour on the Makana | Waimea, HI

Makana Charters & Tours | By charters tour
4516 Alawai Rd, Waimea, HI 96796
2.3k 712

How Much

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Who

All ages

When

Check the description for time information.

Contact Info

808.335.6137 Visit Website

Description

Tour the Na Pali in the comfort and style of a custom, powered catamaran with spacious decks, comfortable seating, a modern restroom and our friendly, knowledgable captain and crew.Experience the Na Pali with descendants of the Na Pali coast. Our family is proud to be one of the last native Hawaiians who lived and farmed taro in Kalalau valley.

Our knowledgeable Hawaiian captains will take you on a personalized tour into a pristine natural environment, sharing the legends, local lore, and natural history that have been passed on for generations. Explore sea caves and snorkel at one of the islands best beaches, Nu’alolo Kai. Its warm clear water has an abundance of amazing sea life.

INCLUDES: Snorkeling Equipment, Cold Drinks, Deli Lunch, Fruits and Snacks

DEPARTURE HARBOR: From Sunny Kekaha Small Boat Harbor

Morning Napali Coast Tour on the Makana

8:00 am check in 8:30am departure and 1:30 pm return

For Your Comfort We Provide:

WHY CHOOSE MAKANA CHARTERS

Morning Tour Rates:

Monday-Sunday

5 Hours with snorkeling

Deli lunch with soft drinks

Whale Watching and Dolphin Watching

$139.00 adults

less 10% OFF WEB SPECIAL = $125.10/adult

$95.00 child ages 4-12 yrs. old

less 10% OFF WEB SPECIAL = $85.50/child

plus tax

There are very few places on earth that compare to the rugged scenic beauty of Kauai’s Na Pali coast.  ”Na Pali” in Hawaiian simply means “The Cliffs”.  When you see how sharply the giant cliffs jut out of the ocean, you will understand why the Hawaiian people needed no further description for this unique, rugged part of Kauai.

Our trip departs from Kikiaola Harbor, the closest consistent departure point for the Na Pali Coast on the island.  From there it is a short cruise past the US military base toward Polihale.  As we make our approach to the coast, the boat is often visited by a group of dolphins.  While we do not guarantee that you will see dolphins, we will say that the majority of our trips will see them and your chances are good.  Be sure to have your camera ready, as they are fast creatures able to keep up with the speed of our boat.