Highway 360E (Hana Highway), East Maui
The spectacular shoreline passes lava pinnacles, taro patches, an old Hawaiian village, and a church built in 1856. There is a pullout along the highway that allows a fantastic view of this area or you can take the road that leads down the peninsula for a close up look at the surf. In 1946 this area was nearly completely destroyed by a tsunami. The only building left standing was the stone church that is still here today.
Tide pools are slippery and dangerous - always keep an eye on the ocean as the waves are unpredictable.
Dangerous, rocky shoreline - NO water activities available.
Located along Highway 360E (Hana Highway) just past the Keanae Arboretum. The road down to the village and shore is past Mile Marker #16 on the left. A pullout is located between Mile Markers #12 and #13 and a short distance past Mile Marker #17 on the ocean side of the highway.