Na Pali Coast Sea Cave Review
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Wa‘iahuakua Sea Cave

Bottom-line, the best sea cave in Hawaii—known to most as the Double Door Cave. Entering through the back door with a trickling waterfall above, a large room appears. to the left is a narrow channel between the cave wall on the left and the Death Rock. the channel at first appears to go nowhere. then turning hard left, look down a long dark hallway with a distant light at the end. As your eyes start to adjust to the darkness, you are pleasantly surprised with a waterfall inside the hallway, and when the afternoon summer light comes through the hole of the waterfall cave, an erie spotlight appears in the cave hallway, like a multi colored glass window. Calcium deposits rise through the spot-light appearing like ghosts. the beam of light is further high-lighted by the mist from the waterfall, appearing like a scene from Star Trek. Looking at the waterfall, one almost expects to see mermaids sitting and combing their hair. this cave goes beyond any expectation.

Honololo Sea Cave

Also known as “Pirates Cave,” it’s entrance is guarded by a rushing waterfall, providing every passenger daring to enter with a cooling shower. It is the biggest of the caves, and with the highest ceiling that is covered with green mosses. It reminds one most of the cave in the movie the Goonies.


  • SEA CAVE TOURS KAUAI

    Adults $135 | Children $99 | 4.0 Hours


  • KAUAI RAFT TOUR

    Adults $135 | Children $99 | 4.0 Hours


  • WHALE WATCHING

    Adults $135 | Children $99 | 4.0 Hours

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  • SEA CAVE TOURS KAUAI

    Adults $135 | Children $99 | 4.0 Hours

  • KAUAI RAFT TOUR

    Adults $135 | Children $99 | 4.0 Hours

  • WHALE WATCHING

    Adults $135 | Children $99 | 4.0 Hours

  • SNORKEL TOURS KAUAI

    Adults $135 | Children $99 | 4.0 Hours