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Like the others kinda stumbled upon it back in 2001 and went back with my wife in 2012. Fast forward to 2017 Please bear in mind keep going to the end to La perouse bay. Drove it to the end by the advise of the...More
While searching for things to do near Kihei, I stumbled across some reviews for the lava fields. I started reading the reviews and thought it sounded interesting and we should go check it out. Without really knowing what we were getting into, it turned out...More
On our last day on Maui, we decided to drive South. I had no idea the lava fields existed & I’m glad we stumbled across them. We spoke with a park ranger and he said the last eruption was 500 years ago. When you need...More
Maui Lava Fields
This is a nice side trip if you are looking for something to do. The drive through the lava fields is very dramatic and you can see all the way up the side of Haleakala. I have read that you need...More
Wow, unlike anything you have ever seen. Our hotel is approx 7 miles from the Lava Fields. We thought we would take a quick trip and ended up exploring for 2 hours. You can get the feel of it in a few short steps, but...More
This starts out on sand, dirt, and roots as a trail bed. It turns into a very uneven, hard on the ankles, walking on lava chunks trail bed. But it is pretty cool to see these lava flow fields. As you follow the trail remember...More
Where the road ends south of wailea. Drive seems like a mini pebble beach of Maui. Most of this area 2 percent is preserved for untouched ocean life. Landscape is lots of lava rock below lush hills.
Odd looking area very unique. You can hike...More
By car, follow a winding often unpaved road to where you see many vehicles parked and think that's the end, but just keep on going. An amazing sight to behold for sure. Our experience here was confined mainly to some picture taking as the wind...More