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53. Iao Valley State Park

Iao Valley State Park

20 km
from city center
53 out of 59
things to do in Maui

The Iao Valley State Park is a 4000 acre park that is home to the famous Iao Needle, a 1200 ft lava remnant in the middle of the valley. The park is home to a rich collection of flora and fauna, which attracts hikers and campers to its grounds. The Heritage Garden on the grounds pays homage to the multiple cultures that have had an influence on the islands of Hawaii. This includes tributes to the local tribes, American and Filipino traditions.

54. Maui Tropical Plantation

Maui Tropical Plantation

19 km
from city center
54 out of 59
things to do in Maui

Maui Tropical Plantation offers guests a unique chance to learn more about bananas and sugarcane, alongside other Hawaiian produce. The farm has a number of traditional activities like coconut husking for guests to learn more about the local traditions. Thanks to its scenic location, it is also home to a number of zipline operators, allowing you to pass through the beautiful West Maui mountains. Other attractions include the Mill House restaurant and a store to purchase produce from the plantation.

55. Enchanted Floral Gardens

Enchanted Floral Gardens

1 km
from city center
55 out of 59
things to do in Maui

The Enchanted Floral Gardens of Kula are amongst the prettiest botanical gardens in Maui. The 8 acre property is home to around 2000 species of tropical plants from around the world. Sitting in the mountains at an altitude of 2500 ft, visitors to the garden are treated to an array of colors as flowers bloom throughout. The garden is located along the Hana Highway, and is in the same vicinity as the Kula Botanical Gardens.

56. Garden of Eden Arboretum

Garden of Eden Arboretum

18 km
from city center
56 out of 59
things to do in Maui

The Garden of Eden is a great tourist spot that is located alongside the Hana Highway. It is a wonderful place for families with kids to visit, thanks to the number of attractions located within the garden. Visitors get a stunning view of the ocean and can enjoy a quiet picnic amongst the numerous trees and greenery on the 26 acre property. Adventure seekers can hike along the oceanside trails, or visit the Puohokamoa waterfalls, to which one will have to rappel. This makes it the perfect destination for young and old alike!

57. Alii Kula Lavender

Alii Kula Lavender

7 km
from city center
57 out of 59
things to do in Maui

Ali’i Kula Lavender is a garden located 4,000 feet above sea level in Kula. The farm houses 45 varieties of lavender, transforming the 13.5 acre property into a sea of purple that makes for a stunning view along with the ocean vista views. Visitors can get tours around the property, while also spending the day having private picnics on its grounds or under the shade of the olive trees. Other facilities include a gift shop and a restaurant, incorporating lavender into their products and dishes respectively.

58. The Sacred Garden of Maliko

The Sacred Garden of Maliko

8 km
from city center
58 out of 59
things to do in Maui

The Sacred Garden of Maliko is a great place for tourists to reconnect with nature. The serene layout of the garden offers a number of activities for visitors. The most popular attractions on the grounds are the two labyrinths, offering just a single way in and out through the well maintained plants.

59. Maunalei Arboretum

Maunalei Arboretum

39 km
from city center
59 out of 59
things to do in Maui

The Maunalei Arboretum lies along the famous Honolua Ridge and Trail. Founded by D.T Fleming in the 1920’s, this arboretum consists of a number of exotic trees and plants from around the world. They are planted in the shape of a lei at the top of the mountain. It is one of the most scenic locations for the garden, rewarding hikers and adventure enthusiasts with a stunning view and refreshing greenery at the top. The Banyan Loop along the trail has a number of banyan trees, giving visitors much needed respite during the summer.

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