Dragon's Teeth , Kapalua

About Dragon's Teeth , Kapalua

Dragon's Teeth , Kapalua - Address

Address: Lower Honoapiilani Rd, Lahaina, HI 96761, United States

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It’s pretty easy to make out the reason for this attractions impressive name. It’s the rock. Their jagged lines resemble the jaws of some great beast. Though there’s not much to do here, the sight itself is impressive enough for a 15-minute detour from wherever it was you were going to. Word of warning – there’s a golf course nearby, and there’s a chance that a hard-struck errant ball could be headed straight for your head. Be careful.

A little further on from the Teeth, but before the tip of the headland at Makaluapuna Point, there is an ancient Hawaiian burial site called Honokahua. It’s a sacred site, so don’t go traipsing around.

Dragon's Teeth Information

  • Wear sturdy footwear, and be mindful of where you put your feet.
  • There is a car part at the end of the access trail. 

How To reach Dragon's Teeth by Public Transport

  • The formation is between the beaches of Oneloa Bay and D.T. Fleming. From the Lower Honoapiilani Rd, follow the access trail.

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  • We came up here for sunset and the views were amazing! Definitely a must if you are staying at the Ritz Carlton Resort. It's just a walk down your room.

  • We enjoyed the walk, looking at all the lava formations, the crashing surf, the tide pools, and especially watching turtles in the water down below. Windy. Wear sunblock, hat, shades & bring water. We spent more time there than we expected.

  • Fun area to explore if you are nearby! Just make sure to bring water and closed toe shoes, it can get hot out there and the walk up the hill after may be tiring for some.

  • Beautiful views, nice 30 foot drop into the water for diving! Short hike to the lookout and the teeth.

  • So, Google maps is really stupid. They lead you to a private golf resort and you can't access the trail. I drove around for way too long. We could see dragon's teeth across the golf course, but it was too confusing to find the access point. Maybe get a real map. I just left disappointed. Thanks a lot.

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