Iao Valley - drive into the sunken caldera of our western volcanIao Needle - View the 2,200-foot natural basalt tower.
Iao Walkway - Explore a path that features Maui's largest stream, flora & fauna, lookouts and native Hawaiian agricultural system
Kepaniwai Gardens - Visit a cultural garden created in tribute to the ethnicities that arrived to pioneer the plantation
Explore the Bailey House Museum - second-largest cache of native Hawaiian artifacts in the State
Observe the Haleki'i Pihana Heiau - a gathering place for the supernatural turned sacrificial temple in the 1400s
Conclude the day in historic Wailuku Town - Maui's governmental seat rich with antiquity and a vibrant local vibe