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Taro Tour – Half way to H?na
The road to H?na is a gorgeous, winding coastal road with breathtaking valleys, lush rain forests and spectacular waterfalls.
Our first stop is the quaint old sugar mill town of Paia, with its wide variety of ethnic crafts, art, clothing, jewelry and antique shops surrounded by sugarcane and pineapple fields.
Just a few minutes east, experience the world famous wind-surfing spot, Ho’okipa Beach Park, also known as "Jaws".
This breath-taking white sand beach that boasts some of the best waves on the Maui; wind surfers and surfers from around the globe travel here to challenge themselves against the ever-changing waves.
Next, is Twin Falls, which is a must for it is amazing, a memorable photo opportunity. You can hike the short distance to the tropical waterfalls or just refresh yourself with a sugar cane juice and enjoy the lush landscape. Back on the road, we pass through the rural area of Haiku and you may see banana patches, cane blowing in the wind, and forests of guava trees, avocados, Papaya, Palms, and Kukui nut trees.
You will be entranced with the historic area of Huelo as it is adorned with vistas of bamboo, remarkable cliffs and panoramic ocean views that certainly qualify as breathtaking!
A visit to the small community of Keanae will be like stepping into the past. Located on an old lava flow, it is graced by Keanae Congregational Church, built in 1860 of lava rocks and coral mortar. Don’t miss an opportunity to feast on the best banana bread in the Hawaiian islands and possibly catch a view of the Honu, Hawaiian sea turtles.
Before heading back to “town”, we stop to get a “bird’s eye” view at the Keanae lookout that will take your breath away, with pretty views of the Keanae peninsula, and taro fields. Waterfall's
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