Hale Akua Garden Farm

Huelo, Haiku, Maui, Hawaii, 96708 , United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Haiku

A low key day

A travel blog entry by 2praskies on Jul 28, 2014

Today, we had a much needed low key day. And with a low key day goes a low key journal entry! Brief summary: - late wake up - hike on the Kapalua Beach Trail - lunch at Mala Beach Tavern - Back to the hotel for a rest - sunset dinner at Merriman's (AMAZING!) - Whaler's mall for souveniers - Back to hotel And that's all I have to say about ...

Day 18

A travel blog entry by hemslie on Mar 12, 2014

11 photos

... You have to navigate your way through the coral until you get out a fair ways off shore, of course Bryan and I decided to take the hard route out and it was very exhilarating at times with huge surf encompassing us but as Bryan says keep your head down and kick and it works...Oh my what fun. On our way back to the beach we took the easy route nice an sandy :-)

We made our way back around ...

A Walk In The Clouds

A travel blog entry by usatexan on Sep 06, 2013

3 comments, 137 photos

... in. I can see from the slope into it that once you started to slip there would be no stopping, nothing to stop your momentum. You would just slide until you hit bottom.

We take photos, but in the photos it is just a hole in the ground. We can look down and see the inside but the camera does not capture it.

At this point our hike has lasted over 3 hours. It is getting late and we need to start back soon to get out before dark. The trail is rough in ...

Haleakala - House of the Sun

A travel blog entry by tuffychloe on May 16, 2013

16 photos

... the rocks and dirt that made up this area. There were also many small craters scattered throughout the area. There was a ranger named Keith that just started talking to the visitors that were interested. He was an excellent ranger! He grew up in this area and had such a passion for Haleakala NP. His enthusiasm and love were contagious. I love when we meet rangers with such passion for what they do. Keith shared all kinds of information with ...


A travel blog entry by gabygamb on Jan 03, 2013

9 photos

... bay. The building was constructed by the Baldwin sugar cane family in 1909. After several rebirths, the property has been lovingly restored by Xorin Balbes based on feng shui principles. It is a peaceful hideaway with positive energy emitted by the numerous crystals throughout the venue. We were lucky enough to experience Lumeria and meet the lovely people who own and manage the retreat as well as the amazing yoga instructors. Photos attached.