This was an enjoyable stop. The parking was easy and accessible and the walk was brief. The longer you stay , the more the views change. The day that we went was clear and a beautiful breeze.
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One of the best things we did on our trip to Hawaii. The view was absolutely spectacular. We were blown away by the beauty if this place!
The journey is already amazing driving up Highway 550 and stopping at plenty of lookouts on the way but up at Kalalau Lookout, it's really breathtaking. We hoped for a clear day for views and while we did experience clouds rolling in (after all, it's...More
Beautiful. If it is cloudy when you get there, just wait half an hour or less and the clouds will clear and you will see the most beautiful nature viewpoint! We didn't do any hikes around here, just came to the viewpoint, but it was...More
The views of the Napali coast along with the Pacific and the island of Ni’ihau in the distance is spectacular on a clear day. The temps are about 10-15 degrees cooler up here than in Waimea but it was perfect for soaking in the great...More
There are two lookouts to visit for the epic views. You must see both. The second is about a mile past the first lookout point. The weather can be fickle because often you are in the clouds. Sometimes waiting for a 15 min and it...More
I agree with other reviewers to continue on up the road to the second lookout for a better view. But the Kalalau Valley is easily one of the most beautiful places on earth. I recommend to get there early since the clouds tend to build...More
Worth the drive! Absolutely stunning, great way to see the Na Pali coastline if you have kids and don't want to do the hike from the north side. Lookout was very accessible and had nice facilities. Very easy to visit with young kids.
The view of Kalalau Valley from this lookout at mile marker 18 is nice. But, if you want a truly spectacular view, travel about a mile further until the road ends and check out the valley from the Pu'u o Kila Lookout. You walk up...More
worth the drive. Watch the weather and get there early or else the lookout may be so clouded over to actually see the canyon.