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Haleakala National Park
Haleakala National Park Reviews

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Our family of 4 drove the winding roads up in the dark, brisk morning. We all bundled up with extra layers and wrapped ourselves with blankets on a perfect “perch”, as we anxiously awaited the sunlight to touch the lands. We propped the GoPro, set to capture intermittent photos while we enjoyed the sunrise. Such a beautiful sight of light and “dancing” colors to be seen all around us! It happened all so quickly, once the sun started to wake up. After the “show”, our family hiked around the tr... Read More

Maui Ocean Center
Maui Ocean Center Reviews

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I definitely would not think it ranks in the Top 10 as stated. Talks given by the Experts were good. Don’t miss. IMAX was disappointing. Food was overpriced.

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Waianapanapa State Park
Waianapanapa State Park Reviews

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Black sand beach!!! So amazing to see this. Super accessible and incredible to be at. The waves come crashing in and are fun to swim in!

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Honolua-Mokulē‘ia Bay Marine Life Conservation District
Honolua-Mokulē‘ia Bay Marine Life Conservation District Reviews

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world class snorkeling in the summer and world class surfing in the winter!!

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Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge
Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge Reviews

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Spend an hour taking in many different species of birds. Try to spot a night stalker!

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Papalaua Beach Park
Papalaua Beach Park Reviews

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The only public county-run campground that's right on the beach, Papalaua is just a short drive south of Lahaina, not far from Maalaea Bay. The campsites are very close to the road, however, which means that it can be noisy and also a party venue for local kids.

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Pacific Whale Foundation
Pacific Whale Foundation Reviews

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Best place for information on the whales and to book boat rides out to see the whales and their calfs.

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Iao Valley State Park
Iao Valley State Park Reviews

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A lush green oasis that holds a real gem, a rock pinnacle called the Iao Needle. The park has hiking trails and a shorter walking trail - great for families.

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Pipiwai Trail
Pipiwai Trail Reviews

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Trail winds uphill, through forest and bamboo, over water falls, and next to streams to a 400 foot waterfall. A must see if you go to the pools at Oheo Gultch.

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Oheo Gulch
Oheo Gulch Reviews

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Way out past Hana is a place we used to call "Seven Sacred Pools" when I was a kid. Make sure to visit this place during your trip to Hana. Bring your bathing suit, a great place to cool off on a hot day!

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