Find the pineapple and win 5,000 points!
Tip: This annual festival celebrating a famous Hawaiian instrument was started by Roy & Kathy Sakuma.
Hiking on Maui
Maui’s wilderness—that magnificent open space that blankets about half of the island’s landmass—is made for hiking. Here you’ll find rainforests, volcanic craters, cloud forests, lava coastlines, mountain ridges, extravagant vegetation and roaring waterfalls. Where to start may be the biggest question.
Easily accessible trails that are open to the public can be hard to find. Commercial hiking companies make that part easy, and exploring on your own is still possible. When it’s time to discover—really find out—what Maui’s all about, put on your hiking boots and get out there with the birds, plants, rocks, trees, streams, waterfalls and red dirt mud.