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South Shore (Part 1)

 

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KOLOA TOWN

An old sugar plantation town. Site of the first commercial sugar plantation in the Hawaiian Islands founded in 1835.

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CHURCH OF SAINT RAPHAEL THE ARCHANGEL

Marking the spot where in 1841 the first Roman Catholic mission was permitted in the islands.

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POIPU BEACH PARK

Sheltered by lava points on either side, beautiful Poipu Beach is great for children. Bodysurfing and bodyboarding at adjacent Brennecke Beach.

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KEONELOA BEACH

Nicknamed Shipwreck Beach until Hurricane Iwa washed the wreck out to sea in 1982.

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POIPU BEACH

Beautiful beach popular with sunbathers, swimmers, snorkelers, bodyboarders, surfers and windsurfers.

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A lava tube that extends into the sea with its open mouth on the rocky shore - blowing high spumes of water. A unique blow hole because another hole adjacent to the waterspout emits a "whooshing" sound followed by a low moan, sounding like a "horn".

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