Go on a journey of sacred and significant sites in Central Maui with Kamalu Elaban—Skyline’s Hawaiian Advisor and a Hawaiian kupaʻāina, or native. Take in expansive views from your luxury 14-person van while learning about ancient Hawaiian customs and enduring traditions. Follow along and learn about the la’au, or plants of the island, take forays into the ocean and hear about the island’s fragile and fascinating ecosystem, ancient customs and enduring traditions. The trip includes a bountiful lunch at the Mill House in the Maui Tropical Plantation with fresh ingredients harvested from the plantation. It’s the perfect way to truly appreciate the beauty and depth of our treasured Valley Isle.
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Ko’ie’ie Fish Pond. Learn about traditional fish harvesting at this ancient fish pond on Kalepolepo Beach that fed the community until 1880.
Maui Tropical Plantation. View the lush botanicals of the Valley Isle at this working plantation with over 40 organic crops and an insider’s view into Hawaiʻi’s rich agricultural heritage.
ʻIao Valley State Park. Home to the Iao Needle, a 1,200 foot rock formation and the site of the historic Battle of Kepaniwai.
Optional stop, based on timing:
Keālia Pond National Wildlife Refuge. A 700-acre Refuge which is home to many of Hawai'i's endangered wetland bird species.