The Na Pali coast state park is a national Park in the United States of American region Hawaii, stretched around 6000 acre of the island. The park is located around 16 miles northwest side of the oldest inhabited Hawaiian island known as Kauai.
The Na Pali coast is extended southwest from Ke’e Beach all the way to Polihale state park. Some of the cliffs in Na Pali Island are as high as 4000 feet. The state park was formed by the United States government to protect the Kalalau valley in Hawaii.
The park is not accessible by vehicles however people can take their bikes through motor boats or helicopters. The national park also offers chartered tours of the place in inflatable boats or catamaran. The tours can be availed through Port allen or Hanalei Bay.
The adrenalin junkies can also go to the island from Hawaii Route 56 also called the Kuhio Highway. This is the only land access to the island from 11 miles of traversing and five major valley crossings.
The place is full of vegetation and wild animals and is also permitted for hunting. Hunters visit the Koke road (route 550) in Waimea canyon.
The state park also includes Hono O na Pali park. A park that was established in 1983 and was now extended to 3700 acres. Hiking trails, which have properly been marked inside the area, can be accessed by hiking enthusiasts.