Things to do for Green Travelers in Haiku, Hawaii
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- 131 reviews
Fun, easy hike off the Hana Hwy, at the beginning of the day trip down to Hana. Definitely walk along the dirt road, and don't miss the left turn at the fork in the road. You'll have to wade across the stream twice to get to where the waterfall is, then depending on recent rains, swim or wade again through ...Popular withFamiliesAdventureGreen
- 231 reviews
One of the most magical hikes on Maui, and very difficult to find. There are no signs whatsoever. After you pass mile marker 6 look for cars parked on the side of the road. A narrow, slippery muddy trail will descend and take you through and amazing forest of towering bamboo, over streams and to 4 different waterfalls. Accessing the ...Popular withOutdoorAdventureGreen
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- 53 reviews
This is a fun attraction along the Road To Hana. Stop in and see the lovely gardens, tropical birds, an amazing scenic overlook, and more. Definitely a fun way to spend 30 minutes to an hour on the drive.Popular withOutdoor
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When someone told me I could rappel down a 50-foot waterfall in the tropical valley featured in the movie Jurassic Park the next time I visited Maui, I didn't believe them. But that's what I did--with the help of two very capable guides and their trusty equipment, courtesy of RappelMaui.com. It was, truthfully, the adventure of my life. Now what?Popular withAdventureGreenFamilies
- 191 review
The "Boo Boo Zoo" as it's called, is a sanctuary for animals who are injured, sick or abandoned. There are deer, goats, birds, dogs, lots of cats and other animals all living together in this jungle refuge. Call or email to visit.