Haleakalā National Park, Road to Hana, Maui, Hawaii

Haleakalā Park on the northeast coast of the island of Maui, is a beautiful mix of volcanic landscapes, sub-tropical rain forest, sweeping ocean vistas, and natural pools (Pools of ‘Ohe’o). To access the park, you drive on the famous “road to Hana,” a long drive with twists and turns, surrounded by Hawaiian plants and ocean views. In the park, there is a beautiful hike called Pīpīwai Trail which begins through the rain forest, along side pools and waterfalls, then transitions to a cool and shaded bamboo forest, and ends in a 400 foot tall Waimoku Falls.

Banyan Tree
There are several large Banyan Trees on the Pīpīwai Trail and on Maui island. The Banyan Tree is known for unusual aerial roots which grow from the branches downward towards the ground where they form new trunks around the main trunk.
Entrance to Bamboo Forrest
The Road to Hana

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