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Honestly I thought it was a huge park. It isn’t!
It’s a parking lot from where you can walk down to a river. You will see a banana tree and lots of plants.
You could walk up. And halfway choose a path left. You will...More
A peaceful haven , cool, green and lush. Let your imagination roam and picture the days of old Hawaii. Listen to the river flowing and hitting the stones. Very soothing and calming. Take a dip in the cool waters of the rustling river and enjoy...More
Despite the rain storm this was a great stop. Bring a walking stick if hiking is not your thing. Can be slippery. Also bathroom facilities were closed so stop before your hike. Pathways are well maintained. Regardless if you decide to climb to the top...More
We stopped here on a Valley Isle excursion with time to walk to the summit. Although there are good illustrated signs posted along the way, we were glad we'd had additional information from our guide, Kammy. We enjoy history, and this place is an important...More
We missed this our first time to Maui because we didn't do anything near Kahului. So glad we decided to check out the area this trip because Iao Valley is so beautiful. Unfortunately, we had hurricane effect rain while we were there, so our photos...More
One of the great trips on Maui for our family this year was a ride to Iao State Park. It was raining off and on but that didn’t stop us from enjoying beautiful mountains, fast flowing streams, and abundent green foilage evreywhere. Be prepared to...More
I would very HIGHLY recommend going here if you are in Maui. My husband and I went when we were visiting Maui for our honeymoon and it was a really cool place. The mountains are absolutely beautiful, it feels like your stepping into a rainforest...More
Yes - there was a wall over looking the water that people were sitting on. But before you get there same road there is a park left side as you head up with picnic tables and huts etc. a great spot to enjoy a picnic, it is a... More
Yes - there was a wall over looking the water that people were sitting on. But before you get there same road there is a park left side as you head up with picnic tables and huts etc. a great spot to enjoy a picnic, it is a tribute to those that immigrated to Hawaii.