As the boat captain, I know what question is on the tip of my customers’ tongues: “Will we be able to get into the sea caves?”

Puakuau Falls Sea Arch was known as a popular pit-stop for ocean-wary paddlers that traveled Kauai’s Na Pali Coast.

In a beautiful mid-morning Kauai summer, the Open Ceiling Sea Cave features a wondrous sun beam streaming through a dark ceiling. Na Pali Coast magic.

The biggest – or call it the deepest – sea cave on the Na Pali Coast is Kauai’s Pirate’s Cave. You enter Pirate’s Cave through a cascading waterfall, the green moss on the ceiling and white calcium streaks from the natural fresh water springs sticking out in the shadows of the cave make you feel as if you were in a scene from The Goonies. And as if that’s not enough, the musty smell of the cave will surely remind you of your favorite old seafood restaurant.

More sea caves can be found here.

Milolii beach is a favorite camping spot for kayakers during spring and late summer.

For Hollywood, or call it Napaliwood, Honopu Beach is one of the most favored of movie sites in Hawaii.