Na Pali Sailing, Snorkeling, and Sunning with Lunch
Tour Participation Requirements
Special Medical Restriction
The rain-carved slopes of the majestic Na Pali coast were once only navigated by skilled natives in outrigger canoes. Today, people visit the area every day to enjoy the rustic views of the cliffs that stand in stark contrast to the serene blue waters that surround them.
Unlike the native outrigger canoes, your means of transport is a 55-foot luxury catamaran that comes complete with restrooms, freshwater showers, and plenty of shade if you need a rest. The trip along the coast will be narrated by your crew, with stories of the early Polynesian people that once called Na Pali home. Along the way, you’ll see enchanting waterfalls, hidden mountain crevices, and the unspoiled beauty of these mighty cliffs.
We wouldn’t take you all the way out here and not let you jump in the water! Once the anchor drops it’s up to you to hop overboard for some swimming and snorkeling to see the coral reef that once kept the old civilization thriving. Splash with the fish, and search for sea turtles or you can always sit back and relax on deck and soak up the tropical sun. When you’ve had enough of the surf it’s time for a deli style picnic lunch but unlike the early Polynesians you won’t have to catch your food with a spear or net!
Seal the deal
The Hawaiian monk seal is one of the most endangered species in the United States. While you are snorkeling near the reef, keep an eye out for this mammal who has remained virtually unchanged for the last 15 million years. Monk seals are friendly when encountered in the water; it is not unusual for them to approach boaters for a closer look to say aloha.
Full refunds issued for cancellations made 7 full days prior to the date and time of requested services. Cancellations made within the 7-day and 72-hour window will receive a 50% refund of purchase total. Purchases are non-refundable inside of 72 hours.