The Na'Pali coastline of Kauai contains the most recognizably Hawaiian scenery out of all of the Hawaiian islands. The Na'Pali (Hawaiian for "high cliffs") are nearly 4000 feet tall and offer a panoramic vantage point of the Kalalau Valley as well as the Pacific Ocean. The park also contains reminders of previous residents, who farmed the area for its local crop. Avid hikers should reserve at least one day for the Kalalau Trail, an 11-mile long trail within the park.
Reservations must be made prior to visiting. If you are considering camping, make sure you purchase a permit well in advance as visitor counts are heavily restricted. View more here.