Haleakalā (which means house of the sun) is a volcano that makes up 75% of Maui. After browsing through the photos below, you’ll see it was aptly named. At it’s tallest point, it reaches 10,023 feet in the air! Once you’ve summited, you’re above cloud level, making it the perfect location to watch the sunrise like…Read More
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Accessible only by a beautiful, tiny, and winding road on the coast of Maui, Nakalele Point is home to a blowhole and what they call the Acid War Zone. Not sure what either of those things are? Neither was I. So here’s the scoop. A blowhole is a hole in the ground connected to an underground,…Read More
Maui me oh my!
Oh man, Maui! When I imagined Hawaii, this is exactly what I pictured: clear water, unreal sunsets, tropical foliage surrounded by volcanic rock, hilarious Hawaiian pay phones, wildlife, rainbow trees, and for-real rainbows. The first few nights we stayed at the the Marriott Ko Olina. The beaches on that side of the island have their own…Read More