Start the hike from the parking area and head towards the ocean and the La Perouse Bay. The bay lies south of Ahihi-Kinau Natural Area and is the site for Maui's most recent volcanic eruption in the 1700s. Explore the rocky beach of the bay and head towards north when the trail leaves the bay to enter the forest of Kiawe trees.
You will cross many small beaches on your way. Spend some time and enjoy the tide pools that gather in the bay. Pass a gravesite overlooking the bay till you reach a fence to your left. Look for a small opening in the wall of rocks and ashes and you will see the Hoapili trail sign beyond it. Turn left and walk to the trail junction and at 0.8 mile, the trail takes from your right to the tip of Cape Hanamanioa. You will see the Kanaio Beach from here. Climb down to the beach and enjoy but do not go for swimming in the water.
Weather Report for Kihei, HI
Temperature: 61.2° F
Relative Humidity: 97%
Dew Point: 60.3° F
Winds from the North at 0.0 mph gusting to 0.0 mph
Last Hour: 0.11"
Sunrise: 5:56 AM
Sunset: 6:49 PM
Weather reported from Up Country Maui, Makawao, HI (KHIMAKAW2)
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