<p>Sea, sky, solitude: The stone-strewn beach at Kahakuloa, reached by a narrow cliff-hugging road, is one of numerous unheralded finds on the island of Maui.</p><p>Read more in "Maui: Is There Anything Left to Discover?" from the March 2010 issue of <em>National Geographic Traveler</em>.</p>

The cobblestone beach at Kahakuloa where locals fish.

Sea, sky, solitude: The stone-strewn beach at Kahakuloa, reached by a narrow cliff-hugging road, is one of numerous unheralded finds on the island of Maui.

Read more in "Maui: Is There Anything Left to Discover?" from the March 2010 issue of National Geographic Traveler.

Photograph by Susan Seubert

Undiscovered Maui

See photos of Maui, Hawaii in this travel photo gallery from National Geographic.

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