Maui Agricultural Research Center
It was in this garden operated by the University of Hawaiʻi that the state’s first proteas were planted in 1965. Today you can walk...
Holy Ghost Church
Waiakoa’s hillside landmark, the octagonal Holy Ghost Church, was built in 1895 by Portuguese immigrants. The church features a...
Kula Botanical Garden
A father-son team of nene – an endangered Hawaiian goose – hangs out at at this well-kept and shady 9-acre garden. Walking paths wind...
This superb family-owned bistro offers a friendly dining room, sparkling service and delicious home cooking, including fabulous pizza...
Café 808 information
Its motto, ‘The Big Kahuna of Island Grinds,’ says it all. This unpretentious eatery, a quarter-mile south of the Holy Ghost Church, offers a wall-size chalkboard of all things local, from banana pancakes to gravy-laden plate lunches. Servings are hefty. Breakfast is served to 11am, making it a good choice for an inexpensive eat after sunrise on the mountain.