Keanae Lookout

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Lava flows originating from the Haleakala Crater created this Keanae Peninsula. This lookout point is in the peninsula's traditional village which is known for its taro fields. It's a nice spot to watch the waves crash against the rocks. This point is about halfway on the Road to Hana. It's also nearby to tropical fruit and banana bread stands which are very popular around here.

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