Most People Will Never Set Foot On The Secluded And Secret Beaches Of Niihau, Hawaii

While the Hawaiian Islands are comprised of countless small islets and atolls stretching more than 1,500 miles, there are eight major islands, six of which are typically easy to visit for both Hawaii residents and tourists alike. Two of those islands, however, are virtually impossible to visit. As a privately owned island, most people will never experience the wondrous beauty that is the island of Niihau — including its spectacular beaches. 

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For more information about Niihau Helicopters, Inc. and to schedule a tour for yourself, visit their website. Have you ever daydreamed about a visit to the forbidden island of Niihau? For another unique glimpse into the history of this small island, click here to read about what is often referred to as the “Niihau Incident.”

Address: Ni‘ihau, Hawaii 96769, USA