Kahakuloa, Hawaii

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Kahakuloa is an area on the north side of West Maui, Hawaii.[1] It is home to the isolated picturesque community of Kahakuloa Village, two churches, Lorraine's Banana Bread and Banana Cream Pie, Julia's Banana Bread, Kaukini Gallery, Bruce Turnbull Studio and Sculpture Garden, and a few small businesses.[2] Taro is grown nearby. [3]

Kahakuloa Head, located east of the village of Kahakuloa, at the point, is 646 ft. high. Kahekili, (c. 1737–1794) was said to leap 200 feet down to the water from this hill in the mornings before eating breakfast, from a spot called "Kahekili's Leap." The next hill, Pu'u Kahuli'anapa, is 547 ft. high.[4]

It is accessible via Kahekili Highway (State Highway 340).[4]

Panoramic view of Kahakuloa Village and Bay.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kahakuloa, Maui - Atlas of Hawaiian Watersheds
  2. ^ Fischer, John. "Take a Drive Along West Maui's Rugged North Shore". About.com Travel. Retrieved 2015-09-16. 
  3. ^ Crowe, Julie (May–June 2009). "Kahakuloa Journey". No Ka 'Oi Maui Magazine. Retrieved 2015-09-16. 
  4. ^ a b "Kahakuloa Head Maui". HawaiiWeb. Retrieved 2015-09-16. 

Coordinates: 20°59′59″N 156°33′14″W / 20.99972°N 156.55389°W / 20.99972; -156.55389