What To See On Maui?

Visit Haleakala National Park

Haleakala National Park is located on Maui’s southernmost tip. This national park was established in 1930 and covers over 1,200 acres of land. The park offers visitors some amazing hiking trails through different ecosystems and landscapes. You can even go horseback riding if you’d like!

Hike Puu Kukui Lookout Trail

The Puu Kukui lookout trail is a 2-mile roundtrip hike that takes about three hours to complete. It starts off easy enough but then gets steep uphill towards the end. The view from the top is incredible!

Molokini Crater

The Molokini Crater is located about two miles from Kalaupapa Peninsula at the north end of Maui Island. This crater was formed over millions of years ago due to volcanic activity. Its depth reaches approximately 40 feet and its diameter measures around 1/4 mile. There are many coral reefs surrounding the crater, some of which reach depths of over 200 feet. These reefs provide great habitat for marine life and make this place a popular destination for scuba diving in Maui and recreational divers.

Take a Drive Up Ulupalakua Ranch Road

Ulupalakua Ranch Rd is known for its beautiful scenery and great views. If you are traveling in your own vehicle, this road is definitely worth taking. There are many turns along the way and several pullovers along the side of the road offering breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean.

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