The West Maui Mountains provide the scenic backdrop and give Olowalu its name, which means ‘many hills.’ The tiny village is marked by a general store, the popular Leoda’s Kitchen & Pie Shop, and a juice-and-fruit stand. Behind the village sits a hidden historical site, with ancient stone carvings dating back hundreds of years. Limited parking next to the general store is available for those wanting to explore. Across the Honoapi'ilani Hwy, at the 14-mile marker, is Olowalu's famed coral reef.
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