Haleakalā National Park
102 locals recommend
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This national Park is a must see while here on Maui. It’s about an hour drive from our cottage a lot of people like to reserve a spot for viewing the sunrise. But I don’t find that totally necessary going there anytime of day is beautiful and you don’t have to make a reservation to go for the…
Visit Maui's own dormant Volcano! Reserve a spot for sunrise, or pack up a picnic for the sunset and watch the stars come out in full force. Either way, you won't want to miss the view from the 10,023' elevation.
If you like to hike there are several to do in this area. Cooler temperature and amazing views. Lots of people come here to watch a sunrise.
Can do a sunrise bike ride or visit with reservations. Sunset can be great, but bring warm clothes for when the sun goes down.
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