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Olowalu Cultural Reserve is one of the largest cultural and historical sites on Maui. In the Hawaiian language, Olowalu Cultural Reserve is called Pu’u Kilea, and it contains more than 70 ancient petroglyphs at the location. These are ancient graphics and markings that were made thousands of years ago and have been preserved to this day. Olowalu Cultural Reserve also has great hiking opportunities in the nearby area, allowing everyone to see unique plants and animals that they might not see anywhere else. There are even overnight camping opportunities available in the area for those who would like to see what the atmosphere is like at night. For all these reasons, Olowalu Cultural Reserve has become one of the most popular locations in the region.

From Olowalu Petroglyphs, located at 361 Luawai St., Lahaina, HI 96761, head west on Luawai St. Turn right onto HI-30 W. After a few left turns, Olowalu Beach will be on your left.

From Olowalu Beach, located in the 96761 zip code of Hawaii, head northeast until you reach HI-30 E. Then, turn right to head east. After a mile, turn left toward Olowalu Village Rd. You will reach a restricted usage road, and Olowalu Lanakila Hawaiian Church will be on your left at 801 Olowalu Village Rd., Lahaina, HI 96761.

From Olowalu Lanakila Hawaiian Church, head west on Olowalu Village Rd. until you reach HI-30 E. Then, turn left to head east. In a mile, turn left on Ehehene St. Shortly after that, Maui Island Sod will be in front of you at 551 Ehehene St., Lahaina, HI 96761.

From Maui Island Sod, head southwest on Ehehene St. toward HI-30 E. Turn left at the first intersection to head east on HI-30 E. Turn right onto N. Kihei Rd. in about 8 miles. Turn right onto State Hwy. 31 (also called Piilani Hwy.). Turn right onto Wailea Gateway Pl. Shortly after the turn, Kai Kananai Sailing will be directly in front of you at 34 Wailea Gateway Pl., A105, Wailea, HI 96753.

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Olowalu Cultural Reserve is one of the largest cultural and historical sites on Maui. In the Hawaiian language, Olowalu Cultural Reserve is called Pu’u Kilea, and it contains more than 70 ancient petroglyphs at the location. These are ancient graphics and markings that were made thousands of years ago and have been preserved to this day. Olowalu Cultural Reserve also has great hiking opportunities in the nearby area, allowing everyone to see unique plants and animals that they might not see anywhere else. There are even overnight camping opportunities available in the area for those who would like to see what the atmosphere is like at night. For all these reasons, Olowalu Cultural Reserve has become one of the most popular locations in the region.

From Olowalu Petroglyphs, located at 361 Luawai St., Lahaina, HI 96761, head west on Luawai St. Turn right onto HI-30 W. After a few left turns, Olowalu Beach will be on your left.

From Olowalu Beach, located in the 96761 zip code of Hawaii, head northeast until you reach HI-30 E. Then, turn right to head east. After a mile, turn left toward Olowalu Village Rd. You will reach a restricted usage road, and Olowalu Lanakila Hawaiian Church will be on your left at 801 Olowalu Village Rd., Lahaina, HI 96761.

From Olowalu Lanakila Hawaiian Church, head west on Olowalu Village Rd. until you reach HI-30 E. Then, turn left to head east. In a mile, turn left on Ehehene St. Shortly after that, Maui Island Sod will be in front of you at 551 Ehehene St., Lahaina, HI 96761.

From Maui Island Sod, head southwest on Ehehene St. toward HI-30 E. Turn left at the first intersection to head east on HI-30 E. Turn right onto N. Kihei Rd. in about 8 miles. Turn right onto State Hwy. 31 (also called Piilani Hwy.). Turn right onto Wailea Gateway Pl. Shortly after the turn, Kai Kananai Sailing will be directly in front of you at 34 Wailea Gateway Pl., A105, Wailea, HI 96753.

Check out our page for Kaanapali.

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