Camp Olowalu is a very unique ecosystem surrounded by the resurgence of hundreds of fruit trees and native species right by the beach. Olowalu’s reef is a priority site of the Maui Coral Reef Recovery Plan and supported by the Coral Reef Alliance. With over 30 species of coral, some of which are listed as endangered, Olowalu’s Reef plays an important role in the local ecosystem and everyone of us play a vital role in its preservation.
Olowalu Coral Reef
Spawning corals send out polyps that travel as far as Lana’i and Moloka’i, seeding the reefs in these locations. Therefore, Olowalu Reef is considered a mother reef. It is also a cleaning, feeding, and socializing station for the green sea turtle and manta rays. Respecting the coral reef and ocean safety is of the upmost importance. Take the time to familiarize yourself with this information that is located here and in two beachfront locations at Camp Olowalu.
Olowalu Land Environment
This unique and spectacular camp location is surrounded by a citrus and fruit tree farm in its perimeter. Walking around the Olowalu Camp you can meander through hundreds of species to include; native Hawaiian, ornamental and fruit trees, shrubs, climbers, grasses, ferns, flowers and herbs. Below are just a few.