At certain wave direction and rough weather from the cliffs through a blowhole rises up to 20 m tall fountain of mist and water.
Enormous sea cave, 290 m long. It can be accessed only from the sea. Over the entrance falls a waterfall – thus every visitor gets a shower from it. During the winter, as the power of the waves increases, the entrance into the cave turns into a blowhole – the pressure of the air from the cave pushed back the waves, creating a fountain of mist and water.
Collapsed sea cave – a circular sea basin that is connected to the sea with a large cave – natural arch that is some 13 m wide. Sea waves enter this cave. In the middle of this basin stands small island – remnants of the fallen cave ceiling.
Group of several tide pools and also one blowhole. This blowhole does not produce large splashes but it looks impressive due to a visual effect – in many images, it looks as if the ocean is falling into this hole.
Small blowhole that creates a fountain at certain wind and wave directions.
Small blowhole in one of the most recent lava flows on Maui.
Large hole in the rocks. With each wave, the level in this hole rises and then falls again through a cave. During storms here might rise fountains of water. Earlier this was a beloved swimming place, albeit dangerous. Now it is fenced off.
Some 3 km long stretch of sea shore with numerous interesting geological formations in pahoehoe lava: natural arches, sinkholes and also several blowholes.
Sea caves with blowholes. As the wave enters the cave, air pressure forces a slanted fountain of mist and water.
This blowhole sometimes produces violent, powerful fountains of seawater. For the most time though it emits a hissing, roaring sound and fountains of mist.