Nakalele Point is a land mass on the eastern edge of the northern tip of the island of Maui in the state of Hawaiʻi. In Hawaiian, Nakalele or Nā-kālele means “the leaning”. The Point is known for its blowhole and has become notable for its dangerous conditions when waves crash in. The point and blowhole are located just east of Poelua Bay.
|Honolua Bay (3.4 miles)|
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Kaanapali Beach (10.3 miles)
Ho‘okipa Beach Park (16.3 miles)
Makena State Park (26.8 miles)
|Haleakala National Park (28.6 miles)|
Haleakalā National Park Summit Entrance (28.6 miles)
Waiʻanapanapa State Park (41.2 miles)
Pele's Chair (71.2 miles)
Makapuʻu Point Light (71.3 miles)
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Nakalele Point, Poelua Bay
Wailuku, Hawaii 96793
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