We recently went on a charter trip with Holo Holo Charters. This is our experience and review.
You can see Kauai’s spectacular Na Pali Coast and a gorgeous Hawaiian sunset on a Holo Holo Charters Na Pali Coast Sunset Cruise.
Along the way, you will have the chance to see marine life, including humpback whales (in season), while sipping on your favorite drinks (including champagne at sunset). The 3 1/2 hour sightseeing tour also includes dinner and pupus (appetizers).
The tours leave in the afternoon from Port Allen on the south side of Kauai and travel up the Na Pali Coast as far as Kalalau Beach. Overall, it’s an incredible way to see the jaw-dropping beauty of the Na Pali Coast and a trip that shouldn’t be missed.
Details: Bring a camera or phone with camera. Wear water-friendly clothing, especially if you want to hang out at the front of the boat.
Those prone to seasickness should take note that the ship does rock, especially while transiting between Port Allen and the Na Pali Coast.
You will be asked to take off your shoes and go barefoot on the cruise. (Footwear is stored in cubbies on the dock before boarding.)
Who could have ever imagined a place like this existed? Kauai’s Na Pali Coast must be seen to be believed.
Like something out of a fairytale, spectacular mountain spires rise up majestically from the “Windex-colored” waters of the Na Pali Coast.
Holo Holo Charters sunset tours take you to the most spectacular sections of the coast, including Kalalau Beach, Honopu Beach, and more!
After a magnificent trip down the Na Pali Coast, the Holo Holo Charters boat finds a spot off the western coast of Kauai for the perfect ending to a perfect trip.
The “Forbidden Island” of Ni’ihau (left) and the uninhabited island of Lehua (right).
The town of Kekaha in the afternoon light.
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