And so it begins. The 15-mile, 6,500-acre Na Pali Coast State Park covers the northwestern shore of the island from Ke'e Beach State Park down to Polihale State Park.  In between the two points, 4,000-foot high volcanic cliffs carved by Mother Nature, sea caves, and countless waterfalls are to be found in many secluded valleys - Hanakapi'ai, Ho'olulu, Waiahuakua,... Hanakoa, Kalalau, Honopu, Awa'awapuhi, Nu'alolo, Miloli'i, and Makaha.  The Coast remains a remote and grand wilderness because no drivable road goes through it, and therefore visitors have to work a bit harder at this most "real" of experiences.  Whether one chooses to hike, kayak, or take a boat or helicopter tour, do plan to see Na Pali, one of the world's great natural wonders.