Looking at Kahakuloa from West Maui’s winding, adventurous Kahekili hi-way (HWY 340), it is easy for one’s mind to imagine earlier days and a simpler life.
This small group of homes and a church edge Kahakuloa Bay. The terrain on northwest Maui’s coastline is steep, mountainous, and less accessed than most places on Maui.
The rugged terrain gives rise to fantastic overlooks and cliffs while unfettered waves buffet the rocky beach. This is a wonderful place for sight-seeing and taking it easy.