Maui: Nature Lovers’ Destination

Maui: Nature Lovers’ Destination

Grand Wailea Resort

A stunning beachfront resort featuring 9 sparkling pools, a lazy river, spa, and exceptional dining on the west side of Maui Island.

Grand Wailea Resort

Maui: Nature Lovers’ Destination

Road to Hana

A scenic highway (Highway 360) that twists through the lush rainforest and past many cascading waterfalls that line the island’s eastern shore, hugging the south part of the island. Be prepared for many twists and turns on this beautiful road trip that can take the entire day to travel.

A waterfall along the road to Hana

Maui: Nature Lovers’ Destination

Ho’okipa Beach Park

At 8AM, we started our trip at Ho’okipa Beach Park, about a short distance from Pa’ia Town. Parking is limited but since we arrived early, we could find some parking at the view point. From here, you can walk around, watch the big waves which some surfers are riding, look at some cattle roaming around on the green grass field, and if you are lucky, find some turtles lying on the beach. My co-workers found nearly 50 turtles on the beach in the afternoon the previous day, but we could not see any that morning :(

Cattle eating on the beachHo'okipa BeachHo'okipa Beach

Maui: Nature Lovers’ Destination

Haleakalā National Park

Home to the dormant Haleakalā Volcano and endangered Hawaiian geese Nene, the 10,023-foot dormant volcano offers spectacular sunrise views.

Haleakalā National Park

We got lucky to go on a free Hawaii trip to Maui, the ultimate destination for nature lovers and road trippers like us. Staying at the majestic Grand Wailea Resort,we ventured out to the entire Maui Island to get the most out of this trip. Follow us on the great adventure on this beautiful tropical island!

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