Dragon's Teeth Access Trail, Lahaina, HI 96761
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Ronald Scherer · January 28, 2020
Nice spot to observe the ocean and passing whales. Careful observation will allow you to spot a turtle in the rocky surf. The "dinosaur teeth" will be quite prominent when you are in the right place. Read the signage, be respectful of what it says and you'll leave with a wonderful experience.
Ricardo Chavez · September 01, 2019
A physical space filled with spiritual abundance. The hike is easy and beautiful, the point is a fantastic geologic marvel and a quiet visit to the labyrinth will leave you peaceful and at ease with yourself.
Major physical challenge, take your snorkel gear out to the point, jump in and swim the reef to the beach!
Hua Guo · December 23, 2019
Scenic view of high waves crashing on the rocks. The color of the rocks is a beautiful mix of rich black, brown, and white colors.
Lindsay Coulter · January 14, 2020
Beautiful coastline - something interesting and different in every direction! Park at the Public Car park, it’s a 3-5 minute walk down from there!
Ruby Richter · December 31, 2019
My family goes here every time we come to Maui, but this time it was stormy. The waves had grown so large, that large drops of ocean sprayed over the labyrynth. The wind that is usual for dragonsteeth kicked up, reaching what must have been 60 miles per hour. The ground reverted back to mud with the relentless rain and waves. The mud was the perfect concauctuon to stick to my shoes. With every step the mud clung more so my shoes, and my flip flops grew heavier and heavier. The weather was so bad that I wasn't able to complete the labyrynth, which had turned into a giant slippery puddle. I had never seen it like this before, but I appreciated the novelty of it.