Unique flowers and plants dot the landscape of Hawaii from mountain top to shore. See what all the buzz is about as we explore flowers, trees and wildlife that lives among it all.

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Breadfruit was an important source of food and was brought thousands of miles across the Pacific ocean by ancient Polynesians. Early western explorers understood it’s importance and transported it back to the Caribbean. Learn more about this amazing source of food, it’s uses, history and epic stories too!

Rat lungworm disease has been present in Hawai’i for close to 50 years but gets little attention since it’s so rare. Find out why it’s come into the spotlight recently and what this illness is and how to prevent it…

Ancient Maui was vastly different than it is today. Rainforest and native dryland forest covered Haleakala’s slopes from sea level to over 7000′ elevation. This is the fictional story of a young Hawaiian making his way through this highly structured ancient lifestyle to become an Kalai Wa’a – the Hawaiian canoe carver.

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Haleakala National Park is one of the most unique ecosystems on earth. Many plant and animal adaptations have taken place here over thousands of years. Here are a few you may encounter while visiting this 10,000 ft high volcano…

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Learn all about the uses and wonders of Maui’s trees. The history of Maui is in the trees. The banyan, sandalwood, coconut, jacaranda and banana trees all have a story to tell that makes Maui no ka oi.

Maui is a beautiful island to visit any time of year but springtime in the islands has it’s own special feel. From Easter to Lei Day, there is something for everyone this time of year!

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Maui is known as an incredible vacation destination but before tourism began after world war 2 sugar cane was the economic engine for over 100 years. With 2016 being the last sugar harvest Maui’s 36,000 acre HC&S plantation will transition to other things…

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Join in on the Lei Day celebrations on Maui this May. The 1st of May is a time to celebrate what the lei is all about, a symbol of love and appreciation. Attend the heritage festival or a concert, both will be filled with Aloha!

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One of the most amazing areas of Maui is the road to Hana.  Whether you drive yourself or enjoy a relaxing Hana tour there is something special within the Hana rainforest that you should stop and see… the Rainbow Eucalyptus tree!

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There are so many ways to get great photos on your next Maui vacation. Here are some tips and how-tos from our pro. Use great equipment or your cell-phone, either way use this advice to make your photos on Maui the best vacation photos ever.