Wild Ginger Falls Bed & Breakfast

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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Travel Blogs from Makawao

A few days exploring Maui

A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 28, 2014

1 comment, 64 photos

... find one we park, and walk from our safe parking place, back past a house with a sign forbidding loitering, to an open area on the footpath beside the road, well above another house, to take photos. When we are just about finished we are hailed by a man with a big Alsatian dog who screams out that we are loitering, and breaking the law, and he is within his rights to set his dog on us. We tell him we have finished, and are leaving, but he sets the dog onto us anyway. The ...

Day 9: kihei and make a beach

A travel blog entry by ladylele on Dec 27, 2013

3 photos

... for an hour or so. We all go separate ways after brekkie - Paul and Leianna to pick up kegs for the wedding, mark and I head to makena beach, south of kihei and wailea. We drive through the really fancy bit of Maui (wailea ) to just south of makena (big) beach. Only we're on a wee secluded bay - with lots of volcanic rock pools, high breaking surf, and a nice shady spot under a ...

Zipline & Road to Hana

A travel blog entry by ronandmisty on Jul 18, 2013

14 photos

... It's lined with rain forest and mountains (the back side of Haleakala - remember volcano sunrise?) on one side and cliffs to the ocean on the other. There are many side trips that folks can take, but Ron and I were on a time crunch to get to the cottage in Hana so we don't have many pics from this particular day. I have managed to get a couple more since then and ...

Day Twelve: On to Maui

A travel blog entry by mcredohl on Jul 07, 2013

9 photos

... when we wake up. That part didn’t feel like Hawaii at all. But when you’re at a high altitude (4,000 feet) and on the rainy side of the island, that’s what you get.

We decided not to take the twisty, turny road back to Kona to get to the airport. Instead, since we had time, we thought we would go toward Hilo and see what we could of the rest of the island, even if most of it would be by car.

This side of the ...

Maui: 2) Haleakala National Park

A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger on Feb 17, 2013

40 photos

... Silversword, that grows only in the high mountains of Hawaii and is fairly easy to spot near the summit. Decades ago the silversword was almost gone due to a combination of people taking these plants home as souvenirs and grazing by feral goats (both of which have effectively stopped). Also keep an eye out for the Nene, Hawaii's rare endemic goose, especially when you're driving near the park entrance as they have ...