Labyrinth at Momilani Kai

Along the Maha'ulepu Heritage Trail just before Ha'ula Beach on a gorgeous rocky headland, this memorial labyrinth connects you with a mana (spiritual essence) even more powerful than the spectacular blowholes, waves and vistas.

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