Makauwahi Cave

Local nameMakauwahi Cave
LocationHawaii, United States

The Makauwahi Cave is the largest limestone cave found in Hawaii. It lies on the south coast of the island of Kauaʻi, in the Māhāʻulepū Valley close to Māhāʻulepū Beach, and is important for its paleoecological and archaeological values. It is reached via a sinkhole and has been described as “…maybe the richest fossil site in the Hawaiian Islands, perhaps in the entire Pacific Island region”.

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Half-Day History and Ecology Trek at the Makauwahi Cave Reserve from 119 USD

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Makauwahi_Cave

Official website http://www.cavereserve.org/

Email makauwahi@gmail.com

Phone +1 808 482 1059

Address 96756, United States

Coordinates 21°53'18.327" N -159°25'7.581" E

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Half-Day History and Ecology Trek at the Makauwahi Cave Reserve

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