Nā Pali Coast, Hawaii
Ranked #2 in Hidden Beach from around the World. Nā Pali Coast is an isolated beach in Hawaii that can be reached only by trekking through the hills separating it from the main island, by boat or by helicopter. Its truly worth being called a hidden beach. The beach is protected by green cliffs and hills with deep valleys. On your trek trail you will see waterfalls that flow down to the sea and overall beautiful scenery. Findings say that the valley bottom was once occupied by tribes in the regions.
The best way to see Na Pali Coast is by rowing down the coast. Row boats and paddle boats are allowed during summer, between May 15 and September 7. Rest of the year it is not permitted because of unpredictable sea conditions.