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 Travel Tips
- 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
- 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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95% of people who visit Kapalua include Dragon's Teeth in their plan
28% of people start their Dragon's Teeth visit around 11 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Dragon's Teeth
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Dragon's Teeth