If you do hike the trail, make sure to stop at Hanakapi’ai Falls,” advises Juma, “It’s like something out of a movie—this huge torrent of water cascading down into a pristine turquoise pool.
Kauai, Hawaii (PRWEB) May 27, 2013
Fern Grotto Inn, a collection of vacation rental cottages on Kauai, recently carried out a survey of its guests, asking them which part of the island is the best for hiking. Almost unanimously, the survey participants chose the Na’Pali Coast Trail, also known as the Kalalau Trail.
“I’m not surprised,” comments Paul Juma, who owns and operates Fern Grotto Inn, “Every time my guests hike it, they rave about their experience. There are other local trails, such as the recently build bike path from our cottages to Lydgate Park. However, nothing beats the Na’Pali Trail.”
The 11-mile Na’Pali Coast Trail, which runs along the island’s north coast from Ke’e Beach to the Kalalau Valley, is well worth the effort. Though strenuous, the hikers will wind through tropical forest and enjoy incredible views of the Pacific Ocean.
“If you do hike the trail, make sure to stop at Hanakapi’ai Falls,” advises Juma, “It’s like something out of a movie—this huge torrent of water cascading down into a pristine turquoise pool.”
Fern Grotto Inn, based in Kapaa, Hawaii, has six vacation rental cottages on the east side of Kauai. Fern Grotto Inn prides itself on providing luxury accommodations for guests who want an authentic Kauai experience.
For more information, call Juma at 808-821-9836 or visit his website: http://www.ferngrottoinn.com.