After departing from the pier, you will take in the highlights on the island’s spectacular north shore, beginning with beautiful Ho’okipa Scenic Lookout
Some of the best waves in Hawaii are found here and while pausing for photos, you can expect to see surfers riding the waves. The visual attractions continue inland at the Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center, where some of Maui’s most creative artists display their works. You will have time to browse the galleries, purchase artwork and picnic on the grounds before heading to Makawao.
Hawaiian cowboys known as paniolo have wrangled cattle in the open plains of Makawao near town since the 19th century. Today Makawao is known more as a thriving arts community. Maui’s artists often visit Ho’olawa Valley for inspiration and you will soon understand why by taking a nature walk with a leading naturalist. Your destination will be an idyllic waterfall in the rainforest, and along the way you will learn about the valley’s indigenous flora and fauna.
To complement the experience, you will enjoy a sampling of fruits and vegetables important in native Hawaiian culture.
Need to Know:
Note: Notes: Participants must be at least 6 years of age. Unable to accommodate wheelchairs or walkers on tour.
CARACTERÍSTICAS DE LA ACTIVIDAD
Tipo de excursión:
Tours por la ciudad y panorámicos
Nivel de actividad:
Los tours con este nivel de actividad involucran caminatas en terrenos relativamente llanos, posiblemente con adoquines, grava o algunos escalones. Se recomienda usar calzado cómodo.