Month Visited: August
Our family enjoys looking for adventure and excitement, and we are willing to go to remote places that are off the beaten path in order to find unusual places or unique populations. We also enjoy spending time outdoors, visiting beaches, hiking on trails, and experiencing new terrain and scenic areas with natural beauty. Sometimes we choose luxury and immense comfort, and there are some days when we fill every possible minute while we follow a more relaxed schedule on other days. Our children at the time of this itinerary: 3 children-Boy age 18 years, Boy age 13 years, Boy age 11 years.
Overall Rating: 5 Stars
Description: The Nepali Coast of Hawaii is situated on the North Shore, and this area provides some of the best views and experiences that can be found anywhere in the world. Along this coastline visitors will see a number of waterfalls, lush forested areas, majestic cliffs, towering trees, and a variety of plant, animal, and marine life. There are many places to stop and enjoy nature on this tour, and there are activities and natural settings that will please everyone and all ages.
Our Experiences: Our tour of the Nepali Coast of Hawaii covered a number of stops along the way. The first time we stopped we snorkeled off the coast of Nualolo Kai, which was a fishing village. This area can only be reached by boat and there are large cliffs along the shore. There are coral reefs situated off this area of the Nepali Coast so there is an abundance of fish in the area. We had a great time watching the brightly colored fish and viewing the coral reef under the water.
Our next stop along the Nepali Coast of Hawaii gave us a chance to view the Forbidden Island of Nihau from the boat. This is the smallest out of all the Hawaiian islands that are inhabited. Nihau only covers around 70 square miles, and it is just 18 miles long and 6 miles wide at the widest point. This is a private island that has very limited modern amenities. There are no paved roads, hotels, or restaurants on the island, and the residents do not have electricity or indoor plumbing. Some of the rarest shells can be found here, and there are highly skilled craftsmen who make leis out of these exotic shells which can be very costly. This island can only be viewed from a distance except in very special cases.
We had the chance to see many cliffs, valleys, and waterfalls along the way when we were touring the Nepali Coast of Hawaii. This trip included some of the most exquisite views and vistas that we had seen so far, and at times our surroundings were breathtaking. We also passed by a number of sea caves, and at times it is possible to enter the caves but this all depends on the ocean conditions. The entire trip was well worth the cost and the time that we spent, and everyone had a terrific time on this tour.