This is a remote bay along the northwest shore of Maui which you will encounter on your way to the Nakalele Blowhole if coming from the Lahaina-Kapalua area. We stopped just to look around and it was pleasant enough but there is nothing outstanding about it, especially considering all the other bays and beaches on Maui. This bay is the home of the Ala Kahakai Beach, which is an awful beach actually because it is pure rocks. There is no sand, just rocks. There is, amazingly, a manned refreshment stand on this beach which astounds me considering how remote this place is. Can't see that there would be great surfing here given the waves I saw. This is the bay into which the Honokohau Stream empties and this stream provides additional "scenery" for the beach and bay. If anyone wants to know what it looks like, I will be posting several videos about it to show exactly what the beach, bay and stream all look like.
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