Maui Guide

Haiku Panoramic Photos

Here are some of our favorite Panoramic Photos from the north Maui region of Haiku and its surrounding areas.


Peahi Awakes!

The wave more commonly referred to as Jaws awakens a handful of times each winter.  A few brave souls ride and entertain us.  Mahalo!


Twin Falls

Twin Falls Maui is just a stones throw away!  This photo is technically of the actual Twin Falls, though there are many of the along side Wailele Farm.


Bamboo Forest

There are so many bamboo forests on Maui.  It’s a remarkable plant, and being among it is pretty awesome.


Sugarcane and Rainbows

Sunset, rainbow, and sugarcane in the same shot.  We have love for this photo.


Jaws’ Peanut Gallery

When Jaws is working, it’s hard to find a good spot to watch from the cliffs.  Put your phone away and enjoy.  You’re not close enough to get a good photo without a zoom.  But watching with your eyes is impressive!


Hiking Riverbeds

Hiking and Maui go hand in hand.  The trails and hikes around Haiku are great.  When hiking a riverbed, be very careful for slippery rocks and know very well what’s going on upstream.  Flash floods kill people every year.


Peahi from Above

While flying to Hana, we got a good shot of Peahi on Mokulele Airlines.  It wasn’t totally working this day, but you can still see action.


Wailele Farm Pools and Falls

Another fun shot of friends enjoying the lower falls just off the path of Wailele Farm.

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