If you're a mountain climber, it's highly recommended that you come to the Carola Observatory, which is located at the top of a 4000-foot mountain. It still takes some physical strength to get to the Observatory, but it's really great to have a good view of the surrounding scenery.
The best way to appreciate and appreciate the Napali coast is to watch it from the observation deck in Karalau. The only thing that needs to be done is to drive from sea level to 4,000 feet. Panshan Highway is long and steep, and it has to go through Koji Park to reach the top of the mountain. The view of the valley is clearly visible from a path leading to Wyale Alai. At this time, you will completely forget the hard work and hardship of crossing mountains and mountains. However, it's better to arrive before 10 o'clock, because every afternoon there will be clouds and mists rising to cover the beautiful scenery, which is a great pity for those who struggle to drive up the mountain.
The highlight of the afternoon is the Kalalau Lookout at the end of Highway 550, overlooking the world's most spectacular natural landscape, the Napali Coast. There is a gap in Kauai's Circum-Island Highway. To the east of the gap is Highway 56, Kee beach, to the west is Highway 50, Kekaha Beach, and to the middle is the magnificent Napali coastline. If you want to get close contact with it or see its whole picture, there are only three ways: hiking, kayaking and helicopter. After a very spectacular, thousands of walls, sea and sky uniform.
The Kalaura Observatory is a very good scenic spot. You can see a beautiful panorama here. It's just a little far away.
The watchtower is suitable for climbing in the morning and will not be covered by clouds and fog.
The landmarks on the lovely island need to be photographed.
It's the best way to look at the Napali coast from Carola's observation deck.