Kalepolepo Beach Park
This compact park beside the headquarters for the Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary is a nice spot for families with younger...
Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary Headquarters
The oceanfront deck at the revamped marine sanctuary headquarters, which sits just north of the ancient Koʻieʻie Fishpond, is an ideal...
David Malo’s Church
Philosopher David Malo, who built this church in 1852, was the first Hawaiian ordained to the Christian ministry. He was also co-author...
Diamonds Ice Bar
We hear that the name of this place traces back to an unfulfilled plan to build the bar counter out of ice. We’re not sure if that's...
For out-of-this-world mangoes from May through summer, pull over for this 60-year-old fruit stand just north of Longs Drug.
Koʻieʻie Fishpond information
In ancient Hawaii, coastal fishponds were built to provide a ready source of fish for royal families. The most intact fishpond remaining on Maui is the 3-acre Koʻieʻie Fishpond, now on the National Register of Historic Places; it borders both Kalepolepo Beach Park and the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary headquarters.