Find a bunch of hidden ponds and pools you can dive and hang out in the views area incredible
A must (awesome food trucks along the way) get a banana bread and ice cream at halfway to Hana stop
(Make a reservation before you go) hike the trail along the coast here views are amazing!!
Have you ever seen a beach with black sand? Because of constant volcanic activity, you'll find white sands and black sands on the island of Hawaii. Located on the southeastern Kau coast, Punaluu Black Sand Beach is one of the most famous black sand beaches in Hawaii.
(Private beach with no trespassing) but if you go very early in the morning you can sneak in
Kaihalulu Beach in Hawaii At Ka'uiki Head, on the island of Maui, there is an isolated and remote stretch of sand known as Kaihalulu Beach. Though finding your way here is a serious journey, the sight of some of the world's reddest sand is a breathtaking reward.
(A hike through a bamboo forest to a giant waterfall) absolutely incredible!!!
Located above the Oheo Gulch (Seven Sacred Pools), Pipiwai Trail is 4 miles roundtrip and gains 650 ft. of elevation. It takes anywhere from2 1/2 - 5 hoursto hike; depending how much nature loving you do. There are several great waterfalls along the route; the destination being Waimoku Falls, which drops 400 ft.
(Hidden tide pools) That you can swim in. Just watch the tide and careful. Don’t go in if it’s a storm or rough seas
Dramatic, swimmable tidepools located on barren lava along the ocean's edge on the back-side of West Maui.
Haleakalā, or the East Maui Volcano, is a massive shield volcano that forms more than 75% of the Hawaiian Island of Maui. The western 25% of the island is formed by another volcano, Mauna Kahalawai, also referred to as the West Maui Mountains. The tallest peak of Haleakalā, at 10,023 feet,
Once known as Lele, which means “relentless sun” in Hawaiian, Lahaina is a historic town that has been transformed into a Maui hotspot with dozens of art galleries and a variety of unique shops and restaurants.
Once the capital of the Hawaiian Kingdom in the early nineteenth century, Lahaina was also a historic whaling village during the whaling boom of the mid-1800s. Up to 1,500 sailors from as many as 400 ships took leave in Lahaina, including Herman Melville, who immortalized the era in his classic novelMoby Dick.
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