Active Bee Swarms on Pali Trail
Bee hives and swarms have been observed in the vicinity of switchback 26 on the Pali (cliff) Trail. Additional hives may be along the trail. Hikers should be observant of their surroundings and exercise caution.
Fees & Reservations
The National Park Service does not charge any entrance fees for admission to Kalaupapa National Historical Park. However, there are fees associated with transportation to the park if you ride a mule, or take a flight into Kalaupapa airport. Walking the pali (cliff) trail is free.
To be granted access to the park you must be part of a scheduled commercial tour, which charges a fee.
To learn more about modes of transportation to the park and associated costs visit our Directions page.
Did You Know?
Sea cliffs rising two thousand feet above the peninsula and ocean separate Kalaupapa from the rest of the island of Moloka'i. In 1972 this area was designated as the North Shore Cliffs National Natural Landmark, recognized as a significant example of sea cliffs in the nation's natural heritage.