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Address: 5 mi along unpaved road southeast of Shipwreck Beach, Lanai, HI

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Circa 1899, a sugar plantation was born in the Maunalei-Keomoku region on the windward side of Lanai. The Maunalei Sugar Company built a large community at Keomoku, imported... read more

5 of 5 bubblesReviewed 22 April 2015
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 6 September 2016

Jeep explorers have the opportunity to see an old plantation church just as it was after the people walked away.Once there was a sugar plantation on this spot. It didn't run long. Thanks to over-pumping the wells went brackish and the cane died. Now what did that teach us? Absolutely nothing! On Maui history is repeating itself. The political brainwaves... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 22 April 2015

Circa 1899, a sugar plantation was born in the Maunalei-Keomoku region on the windward side of Lanai. The Maunalei Sugar Company built a large community at Keomoku, imported Japanese laborers, cleared lands, laid a narrow gauge railroad between Keomoku Village and Kahalepalaoa, and planted sugar cane that was irrigated by water from Maunalei Valley and neighboring lands. Within three years,... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 29 October 2013

you drive down the same road as towards Shipwreck beach but turn right and continue on a mostly sandy road (dusty) passing the famed Kalaehi (white rock) vistas. The drive to Keomoku is fairly long but the church (whch is in good shape and has most likely been remodeled) is in a pretty setting. The church is wide open and... More 

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