‘Ahihi-Kina‘u info kiosks

Tony Moss and Candice Slay of Sacramento, Calif., inspect the canoe-shaped panels at ‘Ahihi Kina’u Natural Area Reserve’s new information kiosks Tuesday morning at the Kanahena snorkeling and surfing area’s paved parking lot. The panels share insights about the area’s history, plants and animals as well as basic information, such as rules and regulations. ‘Ahihi-Kina’u staff report the reserve is the third most visited outdoor site on Maui, with up to 900 snorkelers at Kanahena daily and 2,000 people passing through the parking lot. Moss and Slay said they were scheduled to be married Wednesday.

The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photos


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