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Pipiwai Trail Haleakala National Park 0.8 km away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Haleakala National Park
Beautiful swinging bamboo, rich, lush plants, and outstanding sounds of nature.
The Haleakalā National Park has the ‘Sacred 7 Pools’ at Oheo Gulch and Pipiwai Trail to walk through the Bamboo Forest and see the 400ft Waimoku Falls.
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#1 of 11 Nature & Parks in Hana
Just north of the town of Hana, this state park features Hiking Trails, a Black Sand beach, Lava Tubes, Small Caves, a Blow Hole, Gorgeous Flowers, Picnic Tables, Bathrooms, and some ferrets.
The trail and black beach at the park itself are well worth a visit but our early start gave us wonderful views of Red Sand Beach, a swim in a waterfall, and Haleakala State Park trails.
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#2 of 11 Nature & Parks in Hana
We also downloaded the app Shaka Maui which gives perfect directions to park and hike here, I highly recommend the app for your drive.
Be warned this is very difficult to access and one has to take great care but if you are fit and able you will be overwhelmed at nature’s incredible beauty!
#3 of 11 Nature & Parks in Hana
One of the many stops you can make along the Road to Hana is the Honokalani Black Sand Beach in Wainapanapa State Park, well worth the time to explore!
Lava tubes available to explore, trails to climb around for scenic views & a park w picnic tables close by.
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Hamoa Beach Maui, HI 4.0 km away
#43 of 147 Nature & Parks in Maui
If you can get past the whole parking thing (it is a very skinny road that requires you to parallel park in front of the local neighborhood houses) it is well worth it.
We stopped here shortly on our way to Haleakalā National Park.
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#4 of 11 Nature & Parks in Hana
Beautiful views of waterfalls, the rock from the opening scenes of Jurassic Park, and a huge variety of local plants which are very well labeled.
The plants and trees are beautiful, and the views of two of those waterfalls (and yes, the oceanic rock from Jurassic Park) are outstanding.
#5 of 11 Nature & Parks in Hana
A privately run park containing the largest Polynesian temple ruin in the world surrounded by a large open garden showcasing traditional Hawaiian crops and a few recreations of pre-colonial Polynesian buildings.
We took the guided tour with a Hana native, who explained how the Hawaiian people view the land and nature, which was fascinating.
#6 of 11 Nature & Parks in Hana
Sit on the beach or park benches and watch the waves.
Loved this beach park.
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#7 of 11 Nature & Parks in Hana
This park is very popular with the locals, especially on weekends.
Beautiful nature trip
Koki Beach Maui, HI 3.0 km away
#84 of 147 Nature & Parks in Maui
We stopped here before the national park for a picnic lunch on the beach.
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#8 of 11 Nature & Parks in Hana
At this point in the drive we were really trying to get to Wai'anapanapa State Park and Haleakala National Park so this was good for a quick picture and then we got back on the road.
There are some places to park nearby and there were people going down to the falls themselves.
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#9 of 11 Nature & Parks in Hana
Stopped briefly to view this beautiful waterfall on our way to visit Haleakai National Park.
You can park right past the falls/bridge and walk over.
#10 of 11 Nature & Parks in Hana
You stop and park before the bridge in a small turn out and then cross the road, go through a gap in the guard rail and climb down the path to the mountain runoff ponds.
Pua'a Ka'a State Park Maui, HI 5.9 km away
#81 of 147 Nature & Parks in Maui
You cannot miss this place because it is a real park with restrooms, parking and picnic tables.
The state park has facilities but definitely no toilet paper in the women's bathroom.
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Upper Waikani Falls Maui, HI 5.9 km away
#93 of 147 Nature & Parks in Maui
There is no place at the waterfall to park and people routinely just stop along the road to take pictures.
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Bamboo Forest Maui, HI 11.7 km away
#17 of 147 Nature & Parks in Maui
Located in a National Park , great day for a walk, and at the end of the trail is beautiful waterfall, picnic lunch a must.
We love nature and this state park was right up our alley, You hike thru this massive bamboo Forest to get to a beautiful waterfall.
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Kaeleku Caverns Maui, HI 5.5 km away
#105 of 147 Nature & Parks in Maui
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Waikamoi Ridge Trail Maui, HI 5.9 km away
#122 of 147 Nature & Parks in Maui
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Ohe'o Gulch Haleakala National Park 11.7 km away
#4 of 5 Nature & Parks in Haleakala National Park
But what will haunt you long after you've left the island is the magical bamboo forest, lively waterfalls, and epic sights and sounds of nature along the Pipiwai Trail.
We visit monthly during the summer - this visit was 100 year anniversary of national parks - there was entertainment, dancers, artist, cultural specialists.
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Waimoku Falls Maui, HI 11.1 km away
#58 of 147 Nature & Parks in Maui
Go early in the day- before it gets too hot, that park opens at 9a- you definitely want to get there before the tour groups start at 10a. 1/4 the way up you will find a banyan tree, good resting stop and photo op.
The falls are found at the end of the Pipiwai trail which is located in the Kipahulu district of Haleakala National Park.