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We were close by, having eaten lunch at Sam Sato’s in Wailuku. We are glad we decided to take the short drive here. We were happy to pay $5 to support the park maintenance and to park safely, since many cars parked along the road...More
The hike up the stairs to get to the 'Iao Lookout is very short and it has hand rails/guards the way up, but the views are very pretty. There is also a short hike downhill some stairs and in the forest to get to the...More
This is a great place to shoot photos up close. The scenery is lovely. The steps to the top path are steep and extensive. You can get great pictures at the top but it may not be worth the m effort unless you are in...More
If you’re looking for something quick to do outside its a nice hike with great views. Hike is VERY short. Chickens are hilarious. Worth a stop if on that side of the island. We were pleasantly surprised. There is parking on the road before getting...More
This is the location where Kamehameha I fought the final battle on Maui to unite the Hawaiian Islands.
The battle was described as one of the bloodiest battles in Hawaii.... It resulted in the bodies of dead warriors blocking the stream and caused the water...More
I had low expectations after reading some of the reviews and am so glad that I took the drive out to see it for myself. Yes, it’s a relatively small area with little to actually do but take in the scenery and enjoy the moment....More
it's full of natural local plants and trees on the trail. It can be used as a quick stop and short walk for changing the pace. It is more like a wayside scenic park. Only takes a half hour to complete the whole trail.
This is a lovely place to visit for families with young kids. Easy parking for $5, nice views, a little walk up to the top where you see the needle and then some loop trails along the river, some of which are quite scenic and...More
When we came here, they were renovating, so a lot of trails were closed. Locals and tourists come to swim in the river, with their floaties. It was great to see the mountains, green nature, there were clear signs of where to go on the...More