Check out one of the rare blowholes at Nakalele Blowhole

Tom’s experience at the Nakalele Blowhole:

Maui’s Nakalele blowhole is one of a few blowholes in the world.
Nakalele Blow Hole Maui

You can see the blowhole from the road but there are numerous dirt trails that lead down to the blowhole and allows you to be right next to it.

Nakalele Blow Hole Hike

You can stand close to the blowhole and have your picture taken just be careful you don’t fall in.

Maui Nakalele Blow Hole

There are also a dozen crabs that walk around the blowhole that are fun to watch.

Hike Nakalele Blow Hole

It is recommended that you wear decent shoes since the dirt trails can get a little slippery and the lava rocks are sharp.

Trail Nakalele Blow Hole

There is also a heart shaped hole in one of the lava rocks near the ocean.

Nakalele Blow Hole Trail

If you are looking for the best photo of the blowhole, go during sunrise to catch it in the background.

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Trail Info: The trailhead is easy to find, it is directly across the highway from mile marker 38.5 along highway 30. If you’d like to hike a little further, you can park at 38.0 and make your way to the blowhole and hike through some neat rock formations. This is also known as the acid war zone.

GPS:

Main Parking Lot: 21.024519,-156.590364

Nakalele Blowhole: 21.027078, -156.588579

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