The rock walls of dozens of ancient fishponds—a pinnacle of Pacific aquaculture—can be seen for miles along the shoreline from the highway between Kaunakakai and the East End. The U-shaped lava rock and coral walls contain mākaha (sluice gates) that allowed smaller fish to enter, but trapped them as they grew larger. Some are still in use today; join volunteers with Ka Honua Momona in restoring the 15th-century Alii Fishpond, a half-mile west of One Alii Beach Park and once reserved for kings, and Kalokoeli Pond, another 3 1/2 miles east.
Along the shoreline from the highway between Kaunakakai and the East End, Kaunakakai, HI
Our Rating Neighborhood East End Hours Generally on the third Saturday of each month. Phone 808/553-8353 Web site Ancient Fishponds
MapAlong the shoreline from the highway between Kaunakakai and the East End Kaunakakai HI Molokai
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