Whale Watching: Where to Go For the Best Views

Whale Watching: Where to Go For the Best Views

Every winter, the visitors and residents of Hawaii receive a special treat. Around 2/3 of the North Pacific humpback whale population returns to Hawaii to raise, rest, and breed. This migration has been happening for hundreds of years and is an important part of...
What Places in Hawaii Are Only Accessible by Boat?

What Places in Hawaii Are Only Accessible by Boat?

If you’re searching for a place in Hawaii that’s only accessible by boat, you must explore the Na Pali Coast. This piece of rugged Kauai coastline is one of the most breathtaking natural beauties in all of Hawaii. Imagine 3,000 ft. cliffs that seemingly touch the sky...
Guide to Nu’alolo Kai

Guide to Nu’alolo Kai

The Napali Coast of Kauai needs no introduction. Situated in Northwestern Kauai, the 6175-acre Napali Coast State Park is decorated with elevated sea cliffs, narrow streams, valleys, and cascading waterfalls. The Napali Coast consists of 5 primary valleys along with...
Whale Watching: Where to Go For the Best Views

Whales Off Kauai During Whale Watching Season

From December- March every year, the number of visitors on Kauai usually rises along with the whale population.  Humpback whales migrate to Hawaii from Alaska in late Fall and begin their return trip to their Alaska feeding grounds until March or April. However,...