The Kīpahulu District of Haleakalā National Park is 12 miles past the town of Hāna, on the famous Hāna Highway that circumscribes the northeast coast of the island of Maui. This area of the coast has been inhabited by native people for hundreds of years and remains an integral part of a thriving culture.
Maui is the perfect place for nature-lovers who are eager to explore the island's Haleakalā National Park, waterfalls, and hiking trails. Maui also has beautiful beaches and waters where visitors can surf, swim, snorkel, scuba dive, and even whale watch. The island also has a rich cultural history and many family-friendly activities like fun festivals and hula performances.