Haiku Getaway

1765 Haiku Road, Haiku, Maui, Hawaii, 96708, United States | Ranch

Travel Blogs from Haiku


A travel blog entry by bcomeault


... and has decided he doesn't like to be held. He has no fear now, which is somewhat concerning as he just goes for it. I had to pull my face down child out of the water on numerous occasions. (He was only that way for fractions of a second, for all those wondering). Lunch and nap times followed. Macyn and Carissa headed back to the pool for a bit while Owen continued his nap and I started to make supper in the condo. We had some simple pasta and meat sauce ...

Ulua Beach/Lahaina

A travel blog entry by mack.travel

... are so many resorts here as well as golf courses. We checked out some of the beaches in the area there. The scenery kind of reminded us of Waskesiu because of the pine trees. We shopped on Front Street in Lahaina, and there are so many places to shop there we will have to go back. We then went to Cheeseburger in Paradise, and had... What ...

Day 6: Surfing on Christmas Eve :)

A travel blog entry by ladylele


... by Mama's! We take a wee walk along a section of Baldwin beach as the sun goes down - high breaking surf and Crusties on the beach - and then go to the only place open in town for dinner, Cafe Des Amis. As it turns out, the only choice is sometimes the best. We have a delicious coconut shrimp curry (me) and an intense beef and mushroom curry, with a side of Bombay potatoes, habanero chutney and mango chutney, ...

Day Thirteen: Haleakala, Maui

A travel blog entry by mcredohl


... sharp and cold. Without it, the temperature would have been just fine, if a little brisk. But it seems it’s always windy.

The view at Haleakala is spectacular, overlooking the crater that is multi-colored. It’s geology at work. The kids were not too impressed, but we encouraged them to look out at the vastness of it, the blue sky. We’re above the clouds, perhaps it was the highest we’ve ever been while our ...

Maui: 2) Haleakala National Park

A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger


... views of Central and West Maui and of the ocean. Your drive will take you through many different climatic zones including grasslands, rain-forest and even a near lifeless rock desert towards the top, a most different experience from Maui's tropical vegetation and wonderful beaches. The park has two small visitor centers, one near the entrance and one near the summit. Leave yourself lots of time to enjoy the ...


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