101 Things to Do (Kauaʻi) - - SEA ADVENTURES -

Seven­teen miles off the west coast of Kaua‘i is the pri­vately owned and mostly off-lim­its-to-out­siders is­land of NI‘IHAU. Just short of 70 square miles long, Ni‘ihau is the small­est of the in­hab­ited Hawai­ian Is­lands, with a pop­u­la­tion of

NA­TIVE HAWAI­IAN SPEAK­ERS that hov­ers around 160 peo­ple. Sail along its se­cluded coast, and dive its waters on char­ter­boat tours con­ducted by BLUE DOL­PHIN CHAR­TERS and HOLO HOLO CHAR­TERS. These lux­ury Napali Coast cruise com­pa­nies con­duct day­long ad­ven­tures that de­part from Port Allen and cruise along the stun­ning Napali Coast to Ni‘ihau. Once an­chored, you can snorkel, scuba dive and get a glimpse of schools of col­or­ful fish, dol­phins, Hawai­ian monk seals and, in the win­ter, huge hump­back whales.

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