Maui Ancient Sites

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Kahakuloa Head
Kahakuloa Head (Pu'u Koa'e) is located in a very remote area in West Maui near the sleepy village Kahakuloa. The hill is a scenic landmark, but not many people make it here.
Kanaha Pond
The Kanaha Pond State Wildlife Sanctuary was once a royal fishpond. Today, it is a waterfowl sanctuary home to over fifty species of birds, including three endangered Hawaiian bird species.
Olowalu Petroglyphs
Also known as Pu'u Kilea in the Hawaiian language, the Olowalu Petroglyphs are located along a basalt cliff in West Maui. Olowalu is one of the easily accessible petroglyph sites on Maui.
Piilanihale Heiau
Pi'ilanihale Heiau is quite an impressive sight. It is the largest heiau in all of Hawaii, encompassing almost 3 acres, which equals the size of two football fields. Standing next to it, it is impossible not to feel dwarfed by it.
Pu'u Keka'a
A prominent landmark on Maui's Kaanapali Beach is Pu'u Keka'a, also known as Black Rock. Legend says that it is here where after death, souls depart the earth and leap over into the spirit world.