- The list below includes 175 free or cheap things to do in or near Haiku, Hawaii, including 66 different types of inexpensive activities like Ziplines, Farms & Ranches, Art Gallery and Observatories & Planetariums.
- From Kaumahina State Wayside Park to Northshore Zipline Co., there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Haiku and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Wailuku, Kula, Hana and Wailea.
Featuring glass bottomed kayaks, Clear Kayaks Maui provides visitors with the opportunity to view tropical fish and sea turtles in the crystal clear water below. Visitors can choose from 2 hour to half day rental rates.
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Kalaupapa Peninsula, Kalaupapa, HI 96742 MoreLess Info
A former leper colony established by King Kamehameha V, the Kalaupapa National Historical Park is now dedicated to dispelling myths about the disease. The park has only several remaining resident, all of which were confined there until a cure was brought to their colony.
Officially called Kaunakakai Harbor, Molokai Harbor sits on the southern face of Molokai Island. It is open to recreational and commercial traffic, and features the longest wharf in Hawaii. Swimming is permitted on the extreme western end of the harbor.
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9 Hio Place, Kaunakakai, HI 96748 MoreLess Info
Molokai Outdoors - Downwind Kayak Adventures is a family-based adventure tourism company on Molokai Island. Services available from Molokai Outdoors include deep-sea fishing, hiking, SCUBA diving, coastal kayaking and paddleboarding. Single and double kayak rentals are also available.
Led by Captain Clayton Ching, Hallelujah Hou Fishing is a charter fishing service that leads trips for visitors and families as well as for experienced anglers and locals. The company leads fly fishing and light tackle deep sea fishing services.
Leading hiking trips to the Mo-oula Falls, Halawa Valley Falls Cultural Hike offers visitors a cultural experience where they can learn about the area's history from native Hawaiian guides. The trip takes visitors through lush vegetation, rock formations, and streams.