Natural Sights

Keep your camera ready: in Hawaii, breathtaking sights await you around every turn. Here, just about every byway is scenic, and each overlook offers a new Instagram-ready vista. From hidden sea caves along the Napali Coast to state parks that let you walk in the footsteps of Hawaiian royalty - not to mention our hundreds of miles of sun-kissed beaches - we invite you to explore Hawaii's magnificent scenery.

The Road To Hana

The Road To Hana

The most ADVENTUROUS and ROMANTIC way to experience the Road to Hana. Turn your Hawaii fantasy into reality. Find secluded waterfalls, tropical rain forests, and Hawaii`s greatest natural wonders. Hana, isolated from the rest of the island, is truly the last undeveloped tropical paradise on Maui. Picturesque views of spectacular waterfalls, the rugged Hana shoreline, and some of the best beaches on the island can only begin to describe what awaits you on this journey. Explore the various parks and lookouts as you drive through Maui`s only coastal rain forest accessible by car. The charm of Hana is the fact that little has changed over the last 20 years. Untouched by the major developments of the other side of the island, the Hana community has managed to perpetuate the small town atmosphere, Hawaiian culture and most of all, its natural scenic beauty.
Location: 466 East Ahuliu Way Wailuku, HI 96793
Phone: (808) 871-5224
Dragon`s Teeth

Dragon`s Teeth

This unique area on the west side of Maui resembles something from another planet. An example of the amazing ancient volcanic forces at work, the area was aptly named Dragon`s Teeth because the rock structures look like large, terrifyingly jagged teeth. Located in Kapalua adjacent to the Ritz Carlton Hotel and sprawling golf course, Dragon`s Teeth is a sacred spot that was an ancient burial ground. Visitors are asked to respect the area while enjoying the natural beauty.
Location: Lower Honoapiilani Rd, Kapalua, HI 96761
Olivine Pools

Olivine Pools

The Olivine Pools, located along northwestern Maui`s rugged coastline, offer large tidepools of clear water perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing on a calm day. Named after a gem found embedded in the area`s lava and sandstone, the pools are created by a naturally-formed lava shelf and the clear water looks green because of the color of the rock below it. Brightly-colored tropical fish can often be seen in the pools.
Location: Kahekili Highway Mile Marker #16, West Maui, 96761
Nakalele Point and Blowhole

Nakalele Point and Blowhole

Located at the rugged northwestern tip of Maui, Nakalele Point offers stunning views along the coastline cliffs, a light beacon, potential whale spotting, a trail along the lava fields, and a blowhole that, when active, spouts a fountain of ocean water over 100 feet into the air. Warnings: Don`t approach the blowhole to avoid getting sucked into the hole.
Location: Highway 30, West Maui, Mile Marker #38 and #40
Village Walking Trails

Village Walking Trails

A network of walking trails follows the established cart path located on the former Village Golf Course. Stunning panoramic views and a hidden lake stocked with ducks await those who venture to the top of the course.
Location: Kapalua Village Center, Kapalua, Maui, HI 96761
Phone: 1 808-665-4386
Mahana Ridge Trail

Mahana Ridge Trail

This mountain ridge trail connects Maunalei Arboretum to the heart of Kapalua Resort. Offering spectacular views of Mokupe`a and Honokahua Gulches, this trail allows hikers to walk through rugged land once used to cultivate coffee and pineapple during the Honolua Ranch era.
Location: Kapalua Village Center, Kapalua, Maui, HI 96761
Phone: 1 808-665-4386
Coastal Trail

Coastal Trail

At the ocean`s edge throughout Kapalua Resort, the Coastal Trail runs north from Kapalua Bay Beach, across the sand dunes at Oneloa bay, through the Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua to popular D.T.Fleming Beach Park.
Location: Kapalua Village Center, Kapalua, Maui, HI 96761
Phone: 1 808-665-4386