Aromatherapy Foundation of Maui

Address: Villa & Cottages, Makawao, Maui, Hawaii, 96768, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Villa & Cottages, Makawao, is near Hike Maui, Paragon Sailing, Makena Beach, and B&B Scuba.
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    • Swimming pool


    • Adjoining Rooms
    • Free High-Speed Internet
    • Kitchenette
    • Free parking


    • Suites


    • Room service
    • Business Services

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    Travel Blogs from Makawao

    Waianapanapa Park & cave & Hamoa Beach

    A travel blog entry by haileyanne on Jun 22, 2015

    5 photos

    We went to Hamoa beach, which was very fun because the waves were CRAZY big and strong. We rode the waves in a lot and also got taken by the waves some too. I got out not long after being in because I was tried of being thrown around. Later, we went to a super cool beach called Waianapanapa Beach. The sand is more like black pebbles and the water was really cold but it was one of my favorite ...

    The last Pineapple Tour in the U.S.

    A travel blog entry by davidblogs on Jun 01, 2015

    9 photos

    ... 10 years ago and sold the island. Ellison bought it 3 years ago for an estimated $300 million. Dole pineapples now come from Costa Rica and must be shipped 2 weeks greener to allow for distribution time than What we were tasting in the fields today and are therefore much less sweet, containing 70% sugar versus 85% for the Maui grown. The original Maui pineapple plantations were established by a couple of the Baldwin family (of Sugar mill, missionary and political fame) ...


    A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on Mar 23, 2015

    9 photos

    Started today at the "best kept secret" for breakfast in Maui. About a week ago, Sheila and I showed up at the Gazebo at Napili. The Gazebo opens at 7:30am. Sheila and I got there at 7:00am, only to find standing about 25 people standing in front of us. So when 7:30 rolled around, we found ourselves third in line after they filled the place up. So we hung around for another half hour - we were not ...

    Lazy day...

    A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Dec 02, 2014

    6 photos

    ... that. Some activity at the bars/lounges, but it's not like any of them are packed to the rafters with partiers. It's quite laid back, and that's fine with us! It's definitely the laid back hippie island, that's for sure. When I went to close up the curtain to the lanai before going to bed tonite I looked up at the patio ceiling and noticed a gecko shape up there, the same shade as the ceiling. I called Joel over to ask of he had noticed it before. They have quite ...

    The Road to Hana

    A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Aug 26, 2014

    6 comments, 13 photos

    ... this highway, but we didn't read ours closely and they didn't tell us NOT to...

    Our book refers to the "untamed Pi'ilani Highway" and describes it as "the road winds like a drunken cowboy." That is an UNDERSTATEMENT! The damn thing wasn't even paved for most of the way! By now night has fallen, we are on this rutted dirt road where the signs say "Safe speed 10 mph" and it is like driving a roller coaster track. WHAT have we gotten ourselves into?? Oh, and it is ...