Kīpahulu is a village in the Hāna district of Maui, Hawaiʻi. It is a sustainable farm community located in a remote area in the southeast part of Maui.
Kīpahulu is unincorporated and is located in the southeastern part of Maui, south of Hāna and east of Kaupō. The only land access to the area is from north by Hana Highway driving about 45 minutes past Hāna or from west by highway 31 (Piʻilani Highway) which has recently reopened after it was closed for a period of time due to earthquake damage. Piʻilani Highway is the only major road in Kīpahulu and all populated areas are located along this road.
Kīpahulu currently does not have any electric or water utilities. The only public utility is the telephone. Water is obtained from the streams coming down from Haleakalā and these services are provided to the community by Kaupo Ranch, Ltd.