The 'Iao Valley (and below), sacred burial place for chiefs and site of Maui's last large battle for supremacy. King Kamehameha invaded Maui (again) in 1790. He and his army trapped the Maui forces in this valley and blasted them to bits with a cannon captured from an American ship.
The 'Iao Needle
A silversword, unique to Hawai'i. They live up to 50 years, but only bloom once then die.
Part of the petroglyphs at Olowalu
Under the 137-year old banyan tree in Lahaina
Upper Waikani Falls, also called Three Bears Falls, on the road to Hana
Hanawi falls, a little closer to Hana
Last updated 27 December 2010