Attractions

Haleakala National Park, Ohe'o Gulch (Seven Pools)

Park is located off the main highway and the ranger information station a short walk away. 808-248-7375 Makahiku Falls – 200′, Waimoku Falls – 400′

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Hana Cultural Center & Museum
Work Phone: 808-248-8622

Hana artifacts and photographs; historic Courthouse and jailhouse; thatch living complex illustrating pre-contact Hawaii dwellings; gift shop. Times – Mon-Fri (Sat in busy season) 10am-4pm. Donation $3 per person (children free).

Gift shop: Attached to the museum, contains quaint items of interest including Hawaiian arts and crafts. M-F, 10am-4pm.

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Hana Maui Botanical Gardens Contact: JoLoyce Kaia
Other 470 Ulaino Road Hana HI 96713 US
Work Phone: 808 248 7725 Website: http://ecoclub.com/hanamaui/

Open daily 9-5
A self-guided walking tour of approx. 10 acres of tropical flowers and fruits. $3 per person over 12 and free parking.
Farm stay available.

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Kahanu Gardens

Self-guided tours to see the Pi’ilanihali Heiau (largest heiau in the state) and learn about culturally important plants. Times: Mon-Fri 10am and 2pm. Admission: $10/person (children 12 and under free). 808-248-8912 for reservations.

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Beaches

 

  • Hamoa Beach: Author James Michener – “The only beach I’ve ever seen that looks like the South Pacific was in the North Pacific”
  • Koki Beach: The red cinder cliffs of Kaiwi O’ Pele Hill overlook the spectacular white sandy beach. Swimmers be wary of the under tow.
  • Waianapanapa State Park: Black sand beach with a Hawaiian legend about fresh water caves

 

 

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