Take me there Tuesday: Dragon’s Teeth, Maui


Maui has many jaw-dropping coastline views, but at one of them you may feel like you’re actually in a jaw. When you visit Dragon’s Teeth in Kapalua on Maui, it’s like being in the lower jaw of a giant dragon with the jagged rocks resembling the shape of large, sharp teeth.


The walk to Dragon’s Teeth is a relatively short and easy — taking roughly five to ten minutes. See our article for more information and directions to Dragon’s Teeth.

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  1. We really enjoyed the drive and scenery along the northern coast of Maui. I liked seeing the rugged coastline up that way and thought the Dragon’s Teeth was a very cool place to visit.

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