Bamboo Valley Inn
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Haiku
... than I was last night when I was supposed to write this, but one must persevere! Monday was a day filled with awe, humility, and excitement. In the morning us women independently rented stand up paddling boards and, with our husbands cheering us on from the balconies, we were off. The instructions we received were sound and we all started off strong. Of course it did not take long for my gracefulness and athleticism ...
... I am becoming more convinced this is all going to go pear shaped. Then to our great relief there is a large Samoan gentleman shouting out our name.. the internet does work after all and we are off on the trip after picking up more people at 4 more hotels. We get to Pearl Harbour at 6.50 and stand in line waiting for it to open at 7am. There are a number of parts to the Pearl harbour experience. The Main entrance area has a number of buildings ...
... 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 ...
... lava rock and coral for one of the first white residents. Dr. Baldwin was a missionary and physician who ministered to the natives, the home still having a few items from the Baldwin family (including some of the doctor's tools), as well as furnishings from that era. It's interesting to look around it.
- Pioneer Inn. Lahaina's first hotel, built in 1901 and little changed ...
We finally have internet access again!
Hi, Annette here. Peter wrote the title and then got complete writer's block. So, rather than let him throw the computer across the room, I figured I should take over for a bit.
Today we rode a big bus up to the Maui Tropical Gardens. You enter through the gift shop which was all about chocolate covered macadamia nuts, coffee and souvenirs. We boarded a little tram to go around these gardens, stopping to get a demonstration of ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
More great choices in Haiku
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Haiku
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations