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Nestled in remote splendor, Nu‘u Refuge stands as a captivating haven adorned with natural wonders and ancient tales. Acquired by the Hawaiian Islands Land Trust in 2011, this 82-acre sanctuary, born from a former ranch, unfolds a landscape of rich history and biodiversity. Welcoming public access, Nu‘u Refuge unveils archaeological treasures, showcasing remnants of an ancient fishing village and remarkably preserved rock art, adding a layer of intrigue to Maui's heritage.
The refuge extends its protective embrace over expansive coastal wetlands, serving as a vital habitat for endangered bird species. To honor this commitment, stringent regulations prohibit dogs, even on a leash. A hike through Nu‘u Refuge, detailed below, unveils its entirety in a brief yet challenging journey. Embraced by fishermen, nature enthusiasts, history aficionados, and hikers, Nu‘u holds a special place in the hearts of many. Visitors are urged to tread lightly, respecting the ethos of Leave No Trace, and savoring the unique aura that defines this extraordinary sanctuary.
Nu‘u RefugeHike Maui's Beautiful Nature RefugeNestled in remote splendor, Nu‘u Refuge stands as ....