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About Ahihi-Kinau Natural Area Reserve

An introduction with facts and general information about Ahihi-Kinau Natural Area Reserve on the island of Maui in Hawaii.

ENTITY: Ahihi-Kinau Natural Area Reserve
DESCRIPTION: coastal lava field and surrounding waters
COASTLINE: 3 miles
LAND AREA: 1,238 acres
OCEAN AREA: 806 acres
WEB SITE URL: dlnr.hawaii.gov --> ecosystems --> nars --> maui --> ahihi kinau | Link |
ADDERESS: End of Makena Road
LOCATION: Wailea-Makena, South Maui Island, Hawaii
NOTE: South of Makena State Park ad North of La Perouse Bay

- geologic setting of Maui's most recent lava flow
- assemblages of near shore coral reef ecosystems
- anchialine ponds

- snorkeling site
- geologic features
- habitats for endangered species

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