The Nāpali Coast is 16 miles of rugged coastline on the northwest side of the island of Kaua’i. This iconic destination is known for its towering peaks of over 4,000 feet, lava tubes creating sea caves, and abundant waterfalls. The ancient Polynesians were the first settlers around 1200 AD and Tahitian migrants later followed. The mixing of the different cultures is seen in the walls, foundations, and artifacts that have been uncovered from the valleys. Some believe this sacred coastline is responsible for shaping the Hawaiian culture today…

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