At the north tip of West Maui, the ocean puts on a hell of a show at the Nakalele Blowhole: Incoming surf sends spectacular plumes of water and mist up out of a cavity in the seashore rocks. The geyser-like jets may reach 100 feet at times. The blowhole is actually just the culmination of a whole spread of scenic wonders here, including the ravaged rocky badlands endearingly known as the "Acid War Zone."
A word of caution: The Nakalele Blowhole can be dangerous for the foolhardy, as it's possible to get sucked into the cavity or swept away by high waves. So enjoy the waterworks from a safe distance, OK?
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