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It was a slightly rainy and very overcast day so we stopped at the Hawaii Nature Center due to unable to see the Iao Needle. It was a great stop. There are tons of gardens to explore. Great picnic area. And you can get close...More
We were taken here on asmall group tour. So peaceful ,the walk and views are really lovely. Iaos needle is spectacular towering above the rainforest.
Down in the valley , there is a swimming hole which my husband swam in. Loose rocks so your need...More
Great place to bring the family for a short (or long) hike. We tracked up pretty far (with 4 kids under 5) and got to dip our feet in the water while the kids earned a well deserved splash n' play in the smallish puddles...More
There are memorial areas for each race that made Maui what it was.
Immigration to tend the fields came
From all over the globe.
There are ponds and paths and if you go up a little farther to the pay parking / entrance it will...More
The actual nature center wasn't open when we were there but we took a walk across the bridge and up the trail. It was nice and peaceful except for the biting bugs. I got bite about 12 times and I still have large welts 5...More
Stopped her as part of our tour group (YMT), had lunch and the wait staff was not friendly really acted as if they did not want to be there. The walk to see the sad fall wasn't bad at all very short, there were two...More
Iao valley is beautiful, lush full of green and if you hike into the valley beware of flash floods. The walk to the needle is short and paved and easily accessible to people of all ages. It's a gorgeous 1/4 mile loop. Get there early...More
The park is closed until January 22, so don't plan to see it until then!!
We had seen it before, and were looking forward to seeing it again, and we were very disappointed. They could've done a better job of publicizing that it would be...More
An older garden, in part a monument to the early Japanese settlers that worked in the sugar cane fields. They have restrooms, covered tables and Bb-q grills. We noticed locals there using the grounds. A nice place to walk through and have a picknick lunch....More