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Nakalele Blowhole

Poelua Bay HI 96793, HI 96793

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The name always strikes a bit of controversy but that should not stop you from having a feel of this amazing place. Nakalele Blowhole is located on the roa

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  • Yash Raj · July 06, 2022

    Nakalele Blowhole, Maui Hawaii
    Really, was an extraordinary experience. A Gorgeous coastal view of the sheer force of the ocean with the main attraction being a type of geyser that blows water up into the air.
    The view and Mother Nature’s power are at their best. The landscape is epic and the life hiding in the tide pools is fascinating.
    hiking the rocky path down is a much better experience. It's awesome to see, hear, and FEEL the power of the ocean against the lava rocks.


  • Ellen Moore · July 26, 2022

    You can be down to the blowhole in about 5 minutes. Watch your ankles and your footing. There was virtually no one there at 8 am. Take your time: sure, the blowhole is cool, but the rock formations and dramatic seas were the draw for me. Everyone else has such great shots of the blowhole in action that mine pales in comparison. Do heed the signs: the ocean is no joke here.


  • Eric Stolze · July 12, 2022

    Fairly steep climb down and up. No stairs. All natural path that is a bit more climbing than hiking at times. It’s less than a mile down, but save some energy for the way back up. Winds can be hefty, and rather changes quickly. Bring a jacket if you want to have a sea world experience at the blowhole.


  • Ryan Petrie · January 17, 2022

    Beautiful view of the ocean and a great hike which is a challenge on the way back up. Highly recommend hiking shoes because of the rocks which can slippery and a challenge. The blowhole can be viewed from far enough away but the closest you get it, the better the experience is. Definitely want to have water - probably a good an hour there and enough parking on the side of the road.


  • Manasa V · July 27, 2022

    Oh the wonders of nature! A very stunning sight and definitely a must see. Ample parking space on site. The path downhill can be slippery, good shoes are advised. We did not make it all the way down to the spot as it was super windy and about to get dark, but were able to get a good view from a distance.

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