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It's a fairly long, but very pretty drive, to the blowhole. Lots of great views on the way and then a bit of a hike down to get a good view. We didn't go all the way down, but some people did. We stopped and...More
We were skeptical that this attraction would turn out to be more hype than substance, but no! The blowhole is actually such an amazing phenomenon - the water does indeed spout out at regular intervals, and with such force! it's wonderful to spend some time...More
This was a very short hike down to the blowhole - approximately 10 mins. It is a little steep, so we didn’t take our one year old all the way down. But there are plenty of very easy-to-get-to spots along the way where you can...More
Wear your hiking shoes! To get a great view, and some memorable photos, you are hiking down a very rocky path. The blowhole is mesmerizing, and the views of the rocks and Pacific Ocean are magnificent. It’s a little out of the way, bit so...More
We didn’t know what to expect. Just saw it mentioned on the map. At first, we just looked from the parking lot which was fun but then we walked down and were so glad we did. We are older but in good shape. It was...More
Wonderul scenic drive. A bit treacherous decent but not too strenuous. My sister’s 75th birthday is the reason for the trip and she says the flight to Maui was more exhausting than climbing to the blowhole!
This was by far one of the biggest surprises. After not being in Maui for 20+ years, we wanted to re-explore the island. Someone told us about the blowhole and how to find it so we ventured out! It is not the easiest to find...More
This is an amazing natural water experience. Be prepared to hike up and down about a 400-500 foot rocky hill to get close to the blowhole. There is also the "heart hole" to the right of the blowhole. Many different angles and ledges for great...More
We hiked to the blowhole from a small parking lot located around mile marker 38 off Hwy 30. We hiked an old Jeep path which led to lava rock formations. We kind of winged it and found the smaller blowhole before finding Nakalele. It was...More
I was there in the middle of the day about 2:30 pm. It was very windy.later in the day the incoming wave get bigger and the blow hole burst are higher for sure. Try not to stay to close to the night time, If you are not a... More
I was there in the middle of the day about 2:30 pm. It was very windy.later in the day the incoming wave get bigger and the blow hole burst are higher for sure. Try not to stay to close to the night time, If you are not a night driver for the road. hope this helps