Here Is The Most Remote, Isolated Spot In Hawaii And It’s Positively Breathtaking

Did you know that the Hawaiian Islands are the most isolated population center on earth? While this fact is certainly true, we thought it would be fun to contemplate the most remote spot found throughout the islands. Is it Kalaupapa, the former leper colony on Molokai surrounded by the sea on one side and towering cliffs on the other? Probably not, because tour groups visit all the time. What about the privately-owned island of Niihau? While visitors are uncommon, about 130 people call the simple, off-the-grid island home. Oh, I’ve got it – the most remote, isolated spot in all of Hawaii is Kauai’s Na Pali Coast, and in particular, Kalalau Valley and beach.

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Do you agree that this is the most isolated piece of unspoiled Hawaiian beauty? If not, share your pick with us on our Only In Hawaii Facebook page. Oh, and don’t forget to check out Hawaii Island’s magical and remote Waimanu Valley, as well as this other Na Pali Coast gem.