Banyan Bed and Breakfast Retreat
3265 Baldwin Avenue, Makawao, Hawaii, United Stateshttp://www.bed-breakfast-maui.com+1 808 5729021
Paia, HIhttp://www.paiamaui.comPaia is a reflection of its history as a booming sugar cane plantation town with its old plantation style wooden buildings still intact. This quaint little beach town has an array of fine specialty shops, boutiques, surf shops, antique stores, bakeries, and even an old fashioned tattoo parlor. Award wining restaurants offer casual and full service dining with local and international culinary delights.
Haleakala National Park
http://www.nps.gov/hale/index.htm(808) 572-4400This special place vibrates with stories of ancient and modern Hawaiian culture and protects the bond between the land and its people. The park also cares for endangered species, some of which exist nowhere else. Come visit this special place - renew your spirit amid stark volcanic landscapes and sub-tropical rain forest with an unforgettable hike through the backcountry.
Hui Noeau Visual Arts Center
http://huinoeau.com(808) 572-6560Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center is a nonprofit, non-degree granting, community based visual arts education organization offering open access to quality arts instruction by teaching artists. Our programs and services are accessible to all, regardless of artistic aptitude or ability to pay tuition. The mission of Hui No‘eau Visual Arts Center is to unlock creativity through exceptional visual arts education.
Maui Arts and Cultural Center
1 Cameron Wayhttp://www.mauiarts.org(808) 242-2787Maui Arts & Cultural Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation in a 12-acre multi-disciplinary complex which is a world-class performing arts center, visual arts gallery and community gathering place.
Hana Highwayhttp://halemanomaui.com(808) 248-7071Off the grid in pristine Kipahulu, (a budding alternative lifestyle & organic farming mecca), & one mile down the coast from Haleakala National Park & the 7 Sacred Pools, this uniquely intimate sanctuary is a rich garden tapestry, carved out of the jungle beside the sea.
Piiholo Ranch Zipline
1156 Makawao Avenuehttp://www.piiholozipline.com(808) 572-1717Many visitors drive straight through on their way to and from the Haleakala summit, never realizing they are passing through one of the most unique areas on the island of Maui, the region known to locals as Upcountry. Piiholo Ranch Zipline is just one of many activities and attractions you will find in this special region. Upcountry is home to Hawaii’s version of the cowboy, our Paniolos, and is also known for its many produce and flower farms. Situated along the flanks of Haleakala, Upcountry begins around Makawao and Pukalani, continues through Kula and Keokea, and wraps up at Ulupalakua. Spend a day away from the crowds and the heat, and come explore Upcountry!
Hawaii 37http://www.mauiwine.com/history(808) 878-6058As you stroll the beautiful grounds of Maui’s Winery, whispers of the past beckon every place you look: from the stone cisterns where water was collected in plantation days, to the towering kauri tree that once guarded the front walkway of Rose Ranch.
Alii Kula Lavender Farm
1100 Waipoli Roadhttp://www.aliikulalavender.com(808) 878-3004Visit our beautiful mountain sanctuary for daily tours, host your wedding or other special occassions in our scenic gardens, or take part in our many exciting events.
1 Kahalui Airport Roadhttp://hawaii.gov/ogg808 872 3830