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Na Pali Sunset Dinner Cruise

Highlights
  • 4-hour sunset sightseeing cruise on the Na Pali coast of Kauai
  • Take in views of the breathtaking scenery and colorful tropical sunset
  • Learn about Hawaii’s history and legends from the informative and entertaining crew
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Na Pali Sunset Dinner Cruise
From US$120.43
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Overview
Soak up the spectacular scenery of the Na Pali Coast with this sunset dinner cruise in Kauai. Glide past the jagged peaks and emerald valleys of the breathtaking coastline from aboard a luxury catamaran. Savor a three-course dinner of fresh Hawaiian favorites as the sun sets, casting a golden glow over the island cliffs and clear Pacific waters.
What to Expect
Spend an unforgettable evening basking in the splendor of Kauai’s Na Pali Coast, which stretches 16 miles (26 km) along Kauai’s northwestern shore. Meet your captain and crew at Port Allen in the afternoon, and climb aboard a 60-foot (18-meter) luxury catamaran. Spread out on the spacious boat and move freely among an open-air sundeck, shaded cabin or upstairs observation deck.

Learn about the geologic history and ancient legends of Na Pali as you cruise past jagged peaks that rise up as high as 3,000 feet (915 meters). See pristine, white sand beaches and the valleys where young Hawaiian warriors once proved their bravery. Keep an eye out for local marine life swimming by, such as dolphins, sea turtles and whales.

As the sun falls toward the horizon, savor a three-course dinner of fresh, island-inspired cuisine. (See Itinerary for sample menu.) Top it off with unlimited beer, wine, tropical mai tais and soft drinks throughout the cruise. Watch the scenery change with the light as the ocean and cliffs become tinted with the warm glow of sunset.

At the end of your 4-hour cruise, disembark back at Port Allen and continue enjoying the rest of a magical Kauai night on your own.
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1 - 5 of 35 reviews

Reviewed today
Our whole family loved it

When I booked this, it was called the Na Pali Snorkel and Sunset Cruise. I am putting that out there because some of the other reviews I read said that they were not aware that they should be dressed casually. The website specifically listed out...More

Thank Janine W
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
Fantastic!

The cruise was great! The crew were coming around offering drinks all the time. Food was excellent considering we were on a cruise. Really enjoyed the snorkeling.

Thank Vicky L
Reviewed 1 week ago
Relaxing ride, but overcrowded

We took another couple with us for the dinner cruise. The water was pretty choppy and many people got seasick. The staff handled it with grace and efficiency. There were too many people on board, so once you found a seat you were pretty much...More

2  Thank Claudia T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Beautiful views, but could’ve been better!

We agree with other reviews that it’s not advertised well as what to wear or the atmosphere. My husband and I thought it was a nice dinner cruise and planned to dress up. After reading reviews and when they called to confirm, I asked what...More

1  Thank Pamela Z
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
NOT as advertised

If you are looking for a romantic, relaxing sunset cruise with great food and upscale atmosphere...this is not it. I’m writing this review with the purpose of sparing some other couples the same confusion we had. The way this cruise was advertised was NOT how...More

2  Thank Kendra B
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30 May 2018|
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Response from MarlenieGS | Reviewed this property |
About a five minute walk. You should request that you be allowed to drive him down there. It’s pretty far. Call the office to discuss in advance. I do not recall any ladder. It was easy to get onboard. Bring change of... More
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