Month: December 2014

Maui’s Own Haleakalā Silversword

On any Haleakalā Tour, aside from the stunning views and fascinating geological features, guests are always thrilled to get a chance to see the rare Haleakalā Silversword plant, or ‘āhinahina. These unique plants can only be found above 7000 feet on Haleakalā, although a close relative grows on Mauna Kea. Just about any time you… Read more »

Maui’s Whale Season

Happy Holidays! If you’ve never been here during the holiday season, you might be wondering what it’s like on Maui. Truthfully, it’s not too different from the rest of the United States. The weather gets cooler (a drop of five to ten degrees may not sound like much, but we certainly feel it!), stores are… Read more »

Haleakala – Choose Your Path

Making up over seventy-five percent of the island of Maui is a massive, dormant shield volcano known as Haleakala. Along with the Road to Hana, it accounts for two of the most popular sites on Maui, attracting thousands of visitors per year. Of course, the world-famous sunrise at its 10,000-foot summit is a huge draw, but… Read more »