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The lush vegetation along the road to Hana allows for many creative photo opportunities. Maui is blessed with a seemingly infinite number of amazing landscapes and seascapes; both a dry, sunny side and a wet, lush side.Banyan Tree Growth Hana Our Road to Hana Tour winds through the lush rain forests of Maui, giving you the opportunity to see, feel, smell and hear the sounds of our rainforest. After a day tour with Valley Isle Excursions you will definitely be singing ‘Maui No Ka Oi’, (Maui is the best)!

The bulk of Maui’s forests stretch across the rainy northern sections of the West Maui Mountains and Mount Haleakala. The rain feeds a tropical rainforest filled with fragrant and colorful flora, exotic birds and hundreds of streams. The terrain is quite steep and water rushes down the mountain creating incredible waterfalls up to 400 feet in height.

The Maui rain forest covers a good portion of Haleakala from sea-level to the tree-line, which is located at approximately 6000 feet. The rainforest on Maui is simliar to other pristine rain forests around the world with their many layers of plant and animal zones. Trees, such as the Koa, make up the canopy and provide shelter to the many smaller flora such as trees, ferns and shrubs growing closer to the ground. Over the last few hundred years many non-native species of invasive plants and weeds have been introduced into our ecosystem, some of which we don’t mind taking over on a small scale. Guava, coffee, bamboo and ginger have flourished in Maui’s tropical environment, forcing many of Hawaii’s native species out, while providing food and building materials in return.

 

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Pools at Oheo Gulch
The Pools of Oheo are located in the Kipahulu Section of Haleakala National Park. Great for swimming, relaxing, daydreaming and taking some photos of a lifetime! Go for a swim!
Beautiful Waterfalls
The road to Hana reveals stunning waterfalls, cradled by a lush tropical rain forest, around nearly every turn of the highway. Get your camera ready! See the Waterfalls
Black Sand Beach
Waianapanapa State Park boasts a beach that is unlike any other on the island of Maui. It's a black sand beach, created by thousands of years of pounding surf on this geologically fresh lava flow... A perfect spot for sunbathing and picture taking! Take a beachwalk...
Keanae Peninsula
Centuries ago Hawaiians brought soil down, by hand, from the mountains to create the Keanae Peninsula. Their amazing display of physical labor is a testament to how revered this land is in Hawaiian culture. It is no wonder so much history is found here! Learn more...
Palapala Ho'omau Church
The final resting place of the American aviation legend, Charles Lindbergh. Quiet and full of reverence, visitors of all ages flock to this pioneering aviator's grave site throughout the year. Experience the peacefulness
Tedeschi Winery
Experience Maui's only winery, located upcountry, in Ulapalakula. Take a moment to have a sip of delightful, tropically-inspired vino including their award winning Plantation Red and then bring a bottle, or two, back to your hotel for an aperitif. A great way to end a perfect day! Sip some wine...

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