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Looking for the perfect Na Pali coast boat tour

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I've already received some great advice, but am looking to narrow down my results now to actual companies to tour the Na Pali coast.

Our available dates are April 29, 30, May 1, 2, or 3.

Here are the few things that don't really matter to us:
- snorkeling: not a big deal, if we do an a.m. trip, we'll snorkel, if we do a dinner/sunset one we won't. No preference either way. That said, if we do snorkel, we would prefer a good location.
- food or drinks: doesn't matter, not going on a boat trip for a big meal or lots to drink, so again, either way is fine.
- north or south shore: we are staying on the south, but will have a car rental, so are okay with making the drive to the north for the right tour.
- a.m. or p.m.: I think they both have pros and cons, so looking for recommendations for either.

What does matter to us:
- space: we do not want to be shoved together, elbow to elbow with others. That doesn't mean it has to be a small number of people, just a good ratio between space and people.
- cave exploration: we like the idea of going into some sea caves
- dolphins: would love to see dolphins. Guessing there won't be any whales still out that late?
- a bathroom: thinking some of those small rafts don't have any facilities, right? Call me crazy, but don't people need to go the bathroom on 6 hour trip?

Let me know if anyone has any advice.

Thanks!

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