Haiku Getaway

Address: 1765 Haiku Road, Haiku, Maui, Hawaii, 96708, United States | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Haiku

A whale of a time

A travel blog entry by jobloor on Mar 31, 2015

5 comments, 6 photos

... a coffee and good wifi at The Wharf before taking pictures of the second biggest banyan tree in the world, the largest being in India in Mumbai covering about 30 acres! this is a baby only covering 1 acre and with its many secondary roots now looking like tree trunks it is difficult to make out where the original trunk is. After this we walk down Front street, there are loads of souvenir stores and some very nice art galleries and jewellers, we fell for a window with ...

Our last full day in Paradise...

A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Dec 08, 2014

22 photos

... I was pleasantly surprised - they had tried to up sell us to the premium seating in the 2nd row, but our table was in the 3rd row near the centre isle, perfect! We picked seats on the aisle, facing the sunset. As the sun started to go down we wandered to the beach to take some pictures. They had some vendors set up, and I bought an ornament and some tiki carvings - a nice momento of the trip! The first show of the night was the ...

Signs of the end.

A travel blog entry by bcomeault on Jul 11, 2014

4 photos

... so) Wailea. The Big Beach was actually quite impressive. Interesting sand and big big surf! So big we wouldn't let the kids near it, so we just took in the views for a bit and I photographed some wicked surfing action and then we headed to a different beach. Beach two was the public beach that also happened to be shared with the Mucky Muck hotel called Wailea Grand Resort. Macyn and I had fun riding up and down the ...

Summer Hikes

A travel blog entry by ctynui on Jun 25, 2014

90 photos

... and swam across and climbed up the water fall.We then had to do a rock climb to get to the cave. Then too get further, we had to climb up and over a waterfall as it trickled in our path. As we climbed to the top, a lava tube came into view.We then climbed through a wet cave made from an ancient Hawaiian lava tube. We swam towards the cave and began to climb through. The first pool was waist high, as was the next. After another shallower pool, the fourth pool ...

Day 13

A travel blog entry by hemslie on Mar 07, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... a true hidden gem...such a great decision to go for a walk everything happens for a reason! After my walk we had lunch and decided to try Slaughterhouse Beach for some snorkeling and sunshine.

We were so lucky to see sunshine all afternoon they were forecasting rain but we ended up with a great afternoon. So lets talk about Slaughterhouse oh my, thank goodness that I'm strong now it was very challenging! The ...

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