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Hulopoe Tide Pools

Information about islets off the coast of Lanai Island in Hawaii.

Northwest Lanai Islets

Kapukaloa Islet
ALSO KNOWN AS: "White Rock"
SIZE: Less than 1 acre
SITUATED: North of the Nanahoa Islets
LOCATION: North end of the west coast of Lanai
OWNER: State of Hawaii
NOTE: All flora and fauna on the islet are protected

West Central Lanai Islets

Nanahoa Islets
ALSO KNOWN AS: Nanahoa Sea Stacks
NUMBER of Islets: 4
TOTAL SIZE: 2 acres (all islets combined)
SITUATED: Near Honopu Bay
LOCATION: West central coast of Lanai
OWNER: State of Hawaii
NOTE: All flora and fauna on the islet are protected Situated within a State of Hawaii seabird sanctuary.

Kiei Islet
SIZE: 1 acre
SITUATED: Near Kiei Bay
LOCATION: West central coast of Lanai
OWNER: State of Hawaii
NOTE: All flora and fauna on the islet are protected

Southwest Lanai Islets

Moku Naio Islet
SIZE: 0.1 acre
SITUATED: South end of Pali Kaholo, offshore of Kahekili's Leap
LOCATION: Southwest coast of Lanai
OWNER: State of Hawaii
NOTE: All flora and fauna on the islet are protected Situated within a State of Hawaii seabird sanctuary.

Kaneapua Islet
SIZE: Less than 1 acre
SITUATED: South of Kaunolu Bay and Moku Naio Islet
LOCATION: Southwest coast of Lanai
OWNER: State of Hawaii
NOTE: All flora and fauna on the islet are protected

South Lanai Islets

Poopoo Islet
SIZE: 2.1 acres
SITUATED: Near Huawai Bay and west of Puu Pehe islet
LOCATION: South Central Coast of Lanai
OWNER: State of Hawaii
NOTE: All flora and fauna on the islet are protected Situated within a State of Hawaii seabird sanctuary.

Puu Pehe (Sweetheart Rock)
ALSO KNOWN AS: "Sweetheart's Rock"
SIZE: 1.6 acre
SITUATED: Near Holupoe Bay and Manele Bay
LOCATION: South coast of Lanai, east of Poopoo Islet
OWNER: State of Hawaii
NOTE: All flora and fauna on the islet are protected. Designated a United States national historic place and situated within the Manele Hulopoe Marine Conservation District. Access to the islet is prohibited but a viewpoint above the islet can be acessed by walking on a trail that begins at Hulopoe Beach.

Resources

Map of Lanai's Offshore Islets

Bishop Museum Lanai Offshore Islets Program

Hawaiian Ecosystems at Risk: Lanai Islets


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Islands of Hawaii


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