Protruding out of Maui's
tumultuous northern coastline, hemmed in by Waipo and Hoalua Bays,
is the remote, rural community of Huelo, which is often described
as an old Hawaiian village forgotten by time. Although
remote, Huelo is not isolated. Actually there are a plethora of
activities including forays into the former plantation village of
Paia, about a 15 minute drive from Huelo.
Closer to Huelo, about a
mile down the Hana Highway is one of Maui's most accessible
waterfalls and a natural swimming hole called Twin Falls. If the
flora and fauna in Huelo aren't enough, about seven miles down the
Hana Highway is the Garden of Eden, an arboretum and botanical
garden, carefully landscaped on 26 acres of nature trails, scenic
views and picnic areas.
The Waipo and Hoalua Bays
provide beaches for sunning, swimming, surfing and snorkeling.
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