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On days that are too windy on our North Shore, driving over to the west side might be a good way to escape. Olowalu is on the road to Lahaina and I highly recommend it as a snorkeling spot on a calm day. You may see turtles, colorful coral, tropical fish and urchins. Remember to wear your reef-safe…
Olowalu Beach is a stretch of bronze soft sand located about 4 miles south of Lahaina just off the Honoapiilani Highway. Olowalu Reef is home to one of Hawaii's unique ocean reef systems, a great place to be when enjoying water activities in Maui such as snorkeling, swimming, scuba diving, fishing,…
Olowalu (Mile Marker 14) is a great snorkeling spot but requires a swim through shallow water to the best part of the reef system that is about 100 yds. offshore.
Olowalu reef is the 'Mother Reef' that supplies 3 islands with coral spores to populate the reef population. This is the largest reef on Maui. You can swim, kayak, or SUP over the reef and see tropical fish, a sea turtle cleaning station, and a shark nursery (not the biting kind). Park at the lot…