Charles Lindbergh's Grave
Charles Lindbergh moved to remote Kipahulu in 1968. Although he relished the privacy he found here, he did occasionally emerge as a...
Ono Organic Farms
It’s hard to imagine a farm as wildly exotic as Ono. The variety is amazing – scores of tropical fruits, the likes of which you’ve never...
The Pipiwai Trail runs up the 'Ohe'o streambed, rewarding hikers with perfect views of the upper waterfalls. The trail starts on the...
Pedal power takes on new meaning at this off-the-grid fruit stand (between the 40- and 41-mile markers), where customers take the seat...
Maui Stables information
Lonely Planet review
Ride off into the wilderness on horseback trips that mix breathtaking views with Hawaiian storytelling and chanting – a real cultural immersion experience led by Native Hawaiian cowboys. Among the sights along the way are the thundering waterfalls in the national park. The stable is between the 40- and 41-mile markers.