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IAO VALLEY STATE PARK

IAO VALLEY STATE PARK

Distance: 4.8 Miles

Address: 54 S High St, Wailuku, HI 96793, USA

Parks

One of the most iconic landmarks on an island of almost incomparable beauty, the Iao Needle is to Maui what Diamond Head is to Oahu: a rock pinnacle that rises an amazing 2250 feet and is covered in velvet green tropical plants. This point has historical significance for Hawaii, being the site of the battle of Kepaniwai where King Kamehameha I fought to unite the islands.

54 S High St, Wailuku, HI 96793, USA
WAIMOKU FALLS

WAIMOKU FALLS

Distance: 62 Miles

Address: Waimoku Falls, Hawaii 96713, USA

Hiking and Waterfalls

Waimoku Falls is a humongous waterfall that falls some 400 feet to a pool at the bottom. You can approach the falls, but watch out for falling rocks dislodged at the top of the waterfall that could break loose and hurt visitors standing below. The height and natural majesty of the waterfall ensure that no matter your physical distance, any picture taken of Waimoku Falls will capture a beautiful Maui island memory.

Waimoku Falls, Hawaii 96713, USA
HALEAKALA NATIONAL PARK

HALEAKALA NATIONAL PARK

Distance: 42 Miles

Address: Hawaii, USA

Parks

Haleakala National Park is a vast national park encompassing a variety of small island environments. Broken into different areas based on geography, the park is divided into the Summit Area, which includes the dormant volcano Mt. Haleakala for which the park was named and the Kipahulu Area that includes the coastal landscape. The area is filled with natural pools and freshwater waterfalls.

Hawaii, USA
HOOKIPA BEACH PARK

HOOKIPA BEACH PARK

Distance: 8.6 Miles

Address: 179 Hana Hwy, Paia, HI 96779, USA

Beaches

Located on the north shore of Maui off of the Road to Hana, Hookipa Beach is widely known as the best windsurfing site in the world. A perfect combination of reef systems and large winter swells conspire to create the perfect storm of wind and waves. There are no lifeguards, so it's important to be extra cautious at this beach.

179 Hana Hwy, Paia, HI 96779-9745, USA
IAO VALLEY NEEDLE

IAO VALLEY NEEDLE

Distance: 6 Miles

Address: The Needle, Hawaii 96793, USA

Scenic Lookouts

One of the most iconic landmarks on an island of almost incomparable beauty, the Iao Needle is to Maui what Diamond Head is to Oahu: a rock pinnacle that rises an amazing 2250 feet and is covered in velvet green tropical plants. This point has historical significance for Hawaii, being the site of the battle of Kepaniwai where King Kamehameha I fought to unite the islands.

The Needle, Hawaii 96793, USA
KAELEKU CAVERNS

KAELEKU CAVERNS

Distance: 47 Miles

Address: 115 Kauiki St, Hana, HI 96713, USA

Hiking and Waterfalls

The Kaeleku Caverns offer cave tours of magnificent lava tubes on land, featuring a fantastic spelunking experience not found elsewhere in Maui. Stalagmites and stalactites can be found throughout the tubes, a geological wonder unchanged for thousands of years. Multiple tour options are offered, including a scenic self-guided walking tour and a “wild” adventure tour that includes a deeper and more exciting spelunking adventure.

115 Kauiki St, Hana, HI 96713, USA
 DRAGON'S TEETH

DRAGON'S TEETH

Distance: 34 Miles

Address: 4946 Lower Honoapiilani Rd, Lahaina, HI 96761, USA

Scenic Lookouts

A fantastic natural lava formation that resembles the sharp and jagged teeth of a dragon, Dragon’s Teeth was formed by the clash of strong winds and large ocean swells heading inland that forced rapidly cooling molten lava in an upward direction towards the sky. Over time the salt spray of the ocean has continued to erode the jagged points of hardened lava rock, but the formation still resembles sharp teeth.

4946 Lower Honoapiilani Rd, Lahaina, HI 96761-9218, USA
MAKAHIKU FALLS

MAKAHIKU FALLS

Distance: 53 Miles

Address: Falls of Makahiku, Hawaii 96713, USA

Hiking and Waterfalls

Makahiku Falls is visible from a trail overlook, with water cascading over the sheer side of the rock, dropping 180 feet to a pool below. Steep walls and perilous footing coupled with the potential for flash floods should prevent hikers from getting too close.

Falls of Makahiku, Hawaii 96713, USA
ROAD TO HANA

ROAD TO HANA

Distance: 33 Miles

Address: Hana Hwy, Hawaii, USA

Scenic Lookouts

The Hana Highway is the most celebrated road in Hawaii. Running along Maui's northeastern shore, the Road to Hana is a twisting, fun 50 miles that will take you over dozens of bridges and passed breathtaking seascapes, waterfalls, gardens and lush green rainforests. Once you arrive, you'll enjoy one of Hawaii's most impressive destinations.

Hana Hwy, Hawaii, USA
HALEAKALA SUMMIT

HALEAKALA SUMMIT

Distance: 27.5 Miles

Address: 30000 Haleakala Hwy, Kula, HI 96790, USA

Parks

Haleakala means “house of the sun" in Hawaiian. This mountain is a massive dormant shield volcano that formed the base of over 75% of the island of Maui. The height of the volcano reaches a peak of more than 10,00 feet, and the National Park that surrounds it extends from the summit down all the way to the Kipahulu shoreline. Sunset and sunrise are popular times to visit the summit as the sun offers truly breathtaking views as it rises above, or below, the skyline.

30000 Haleakala Hwy, Kula, HI 96790, USA
 HAMOA BEACH

HAMOA BEACH

Distance: 54.5 Miles

Address: Hāmoa Beach, Hawaii 96713, USA

Beaches

Hamoa Beach's beautiful surroundings are walled in by sea cliffs and lush tropical vegetation. The beach sand is a mix of salt-and-pepper, and the waves are not large enough for experienced surfers to trifle with, leaving the water free for use by divers, body surfers, snorkelers, and swimmers. Visible from the beach is Alau Island, with large vertical sea cliffs and rock faces resembling miniature mountains.

Hāmoa Beach, Hawaii 96713, USA
KAPALUA BEACH

KAPALUA BEACH

Distance: 30 Miles

Address: Kapalua Coastal Trail, Lahaina, HI 96761, USA

Beaches

This crescent beach offers a clear view of Molokai across a narrow channel, and its lava rock outcroppings create a gentle lapping of waves against the shoreline. These calm waters make Kapalua one of the very best beaches for swimming. Snorkelers will enjoy exploring the right side of the beach, filled with exotic fish and strangely beautiful orange sea urchins. The beach is also a favorite destination for the endangered Hawaiian Monk Seals.

Kapalua Coastal Trail, Lahaina, HI 96761, USA
LITTLE BEACH

LITTLE BEACH

Distance: 20 Miles

Address: Kihei, HI 96753, USA

Beaches
Kihei, HI 96753, USA
BIG BEACH

BIG BEACH

Distance: 20 Miles

Address: 6600 Makena Alanui, Kihei, HI 96753, USA

Beaches

These twin beaches in Makena State Park, south of Wailea, are especially popular for sunbathing and bodyboarding. Big Beach offers an expansive and mostly protected 1.5 miles of sand, perfect for leisurely days in the sun. Separated by a 30-foot bluff from Big Beach, Little Beach is a stunning stretch of sand with a beautiful tourmaline blue shoreline. Although nudity is officially illegal on Hawaiian beaches, the relative seclusion of this semi-hidden beach and the persistence of the locals forced officials to look the other way.

6600 Makena Alanui, Kihei, HI 96753, USA
KEANAE ARBORETUM

KEANAE ARBORETUM

Distance: 33.3 Miles

Address: 13385 HI-360, Kula, HI 96790, USA

Parks

Stretch your legs and get an up-close look at both native & non-native flora at this tropical park, arboretum and botanical garden found on the Road to Hana. Long and short paved walkways guide you through the flowers, trees, fruits & foliage, which are all marked for easy recognition. Arm yourself with insect repellent and Keanae Arboretum is the perfect tropical setting for beautiful photographs.

13385 HI-360, Kula, HI 96790, USA