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Mauka Meadows

Mauka Meadows

4.7/53 Reviews
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Coffee Shop
"Mauka Farm is a large farm. There are a lot of coconut trees and many tropical fruits like pineapples. The environment here is very good. There are not many tourists, but most of them are individual tourists. Very good attraction"
Captain James Cook Monument

Captain James Cook MonumentNearby City

4.3/511 Reviews
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"The Captain Cook Memorial is a place where we went out to see the dolphins passing by. At that time, the guide pointed to us and showed it to us. I don’t know what allusions are in it, but it’s amazing that there is a monument in this location."
Pololu Valley

Pololu ValleyNearby City

4.8/541 Reviews
Observation Deck
Open from 4:00am-9:00pm (Local time)
Arianne Damazo
"Probably my favorite spot on the island. It's a lot less crowded then some of the other more popular valleys."
The Captain Cook Monument

The Captain Cook MonumentNearby City

3.5/54 Reviews
"Well-known local landmarks, the transportation is very convenient whether it is by driving or public transportation"
Waipio Valley Lookout

Waipio Valley LookoutNearby City

5/56 Reviews
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Observation Deck
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"The view point of the Vipio Valley has a large area and a particularly wide view. The scenery is quite good. Here you can hike, enjoy the mountain scenery while walking, and see the spectacular seascape from the heights."
Wawaloli Beach Park

Wawaloli Beach ParkNearby City

4.5/52 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
"It’s a very unique attraction. The biggest thing to see here is to visit the rocks on the beach that have been beaten by the sea for thousands of years. They are very special and attract a lot of me to come and play."
Haleakala National Park

Haleakala National ParkNearby City

4.5/595 Reviews
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Observation Deck
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"At two o'clock in the morning local time in Hawaii, I put on all the long and short clothes that I could wear, and started the journey of going out in the middle of the night for the first time [covering my face] In fact, how do I say this trip is not planned in advance. Originally, when we rented a car, the little brother fudged us to change the four-wheel drive to recommend us to this Hale Kalera National Park. In the end, I said that we would not go and resolutely not to change. The clerk expressed regret in his heart that the tourist was too dishonest. The next night I arrived there was a jet lag and couldn't sleep, and the night after the typhoon flood was peaceful. The next day must be a good day. We both discussed whether we should go to this extinct volcano in the early morning to watch the sun. So I woke up at two o’clock. Before I left, I checked the official website of this park. Okay, I don’t know, I was almost impulsive to the ditch... I saw a new sunrise in this national park in January last year. According to the policy, there is a limit of 150 vehicles per day, of which only 30 are for tourists who make a temporary reservation two days in advance. Vehicles without an advance reservation will not be accepted. Looking back at Ctrip's comments again, okay, all the posts that saw the sunrise are from before December 2016, and the later dates are tourists visiting during the day. Almost! Almost! Anyway, I was energetic, so we went to the official website in the middle of the night to find a link to register and book a parking space for the next day. We spent a five-dollar reservation fee and turned back to the park entrance to pay another 25 dollars. After getting it done, I fell asleep in an instant...In the early morning of the day, I set off as scheduled. The kid basically wears clothes to sleep, sleeps in the car, sleeps to make the safety seat... We are excited and nervous on the island's basically unmanned highway... After entering the mountain road, we experienced the forest area, In the wilderness area and cliff section, through the clouds and seeing the sea of stars, the elevation gradually reached 3,055 meters. I drove two-thirds of the way and saw a big LED electronic sign "NO RESERVATION, TURN BACK" on the side of the road... My heart said, if I didn't do my homework, it wouldn't be ruined. Passing through two parking lots all the way, when we reached the highest point of the mountain, there were already five or six vehicles that we had arrived one step ahead. The small parking lot at the highest point seemed to park up to 20 vehicles. If this doesn't come early, I really don't want to wait. Everyone is waking up, okay, after writing this article, I have to take a break. The wind is screaming and the car is blowing straight... 06:15 The sun is coming out, I hope I can see the legendary soul purification agent The shocking sunrise of human rebirth. When the sunrise came, heavy fog + strong wind + showers [covered face][covered face][covered face] Okay! This experience is amazing! It is estimated that the sunset will not be consumed... This is the regrettable beauty in the legend... Next time... It is impossible. Disappointed down the mountain, planning to go back to the house, alas, I can only go to the hotel on rainy days... But when I walked, I found that only the top of the mountain was rainy! Just a little bit lower altitude, you will see the sun! Stop and grab the tail of the beautiful scenery! Fortunately to see strange volcanic clouds and countless crystal rainbows in all directions! Yes, you can watch the rainbow when it rains! So, you lose some but always gain some again. This is called balance! Contented!"
Liliuokalani Gardens

Liliuokalani GardensNearby City

4.6/513 Reviews
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"We have visited several parks in Hawaii. Except for Honolulu Park, our favorite is the park hideaway. Some of the parks are Japanese-style gardens, which may be related to many Japanese people in Hawaii."
Hawaiian Vanilla Company

Hawaiian Vanilla CompanyNearby City

4.4/55 Reviews
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Open on Mon-Sat,10:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
"To come here for shopping, the shops here are great, and we also visited the farm here! Jim also explained to us how vanilla beans are produced!"
Sadie Seymour Botanical Gardens

Sadie Seymour Botanical GardensNearby City

5/51 Reviews
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"The climate here in a large park is very suitable for the growth of plants. The trees are particularly lush and full of different flowers. Many people don’t know it, and there are relatively few tourists." is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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