Wild Ginger Falls Bed & Breakfast

Address: 355 Kaluanui Road, Makawao, Maui, Hawaii, 96768, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 355 Kaluanui Road, Makawao, is near Maui Hiking Safaris, Aqua Adventures, Pukalani Country Club, and Hui Noeau Visual Arts Center.
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  • Free High-Speed Internet
  • Kitchenette
  • Free parking

TripAdvisor Reviews Wild Ginger Falls Bed & Breakfast Makawao

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Travel Blogs from Makawao

Lava, Sea Arch, petroglyphs, and a trail

A travel blog entry by haileyanne on Jun 20, 2015

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We walked through a field of lava at Chain of Craters Road and saw the two flow types, pāhoehoe and a'a. We found some lava formations that occur at eruption, like Pele's tears, Pele's hair, and reticulate. Then went to a natural sea arch (Holei sea arch) that was on the coast. We then went to the Pu'u Loa petroglyphs and saw the work of ancient Hawaiians carved in the lava ...

The last Pineapple Tour in the U.S.

A travel blog entry by davidblogs on Jun 01, 2015

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... at the Haliimaile Distillery, maker of the only vodka in the world made from pineapples. They also make rum from the local sugar cane, including a couple versions made especially for Sammy Hagar, and Paniolo whisky, named after the Hawaiian cowboys, (the Distillery adopting their style of mustache for use on their wooden barrels and whiskey labels). We enjoyed our tasting and are drinking a couple of their offerings home with us. Next time you come over, remind me and we will have a ...


A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on Mar 23, 2015

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... in our family.

After breakfast, we got our swimsuits on and headed to Kapalua for some snorkeling. Again, we swam with turtles, saw a couple of them sheltered on the bottom, and swam with a variety of sea creatures. One encounter that I had was with I thought was an eel. When I looked it up on the internet, I found it was a sea snake. And a poisonous one at that. Fortunately, it was ...

Some shopping and some sights!

A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Nov 30, 2014

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We headed out today to see a few sights that we saw in a guidebook in the condo. We were going to pass through Lahiaona and I suggested we stop and take a poke through their warf area where I had heard there was some good shopping. We found it and it was jam packed with people, a cruise ship was docked offshore,a dent here was no parking spaces to be found. We found a learning lot and walked back down to the happening area. There was a craft market set ...

The Road to Hana

A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Aug 26, 2014

6 comments, 13 photos

... just closed my eyes and tried not to whimper.

Our Road to Hana adventure was about 15 hours, and like I mentioned at the start, it was great but I hope to never do THAT again!

You have been such a sport to read this whole post and here is your reward....to the first person who will comment telling me the name of a famous "Road to" movie and the name of one of the male leads who appeared in them...I will bring back some Kona coffee.

See you again ...