- 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.
The location of a national park, Koki Beach features remarkable views of the red cinder cliffs that surround the mixed white and black sand beach area. The beach is suitable for swimming, but has a significant undertow.
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Central Box Plant Road, HI 96790 MoreLess Info
Experience horseback riding for the whole family at Thompson Ranch Riding Stables. Take in the scenery and enjoy the clean fresh air while riding through the pastures on a open field.
Mountain Riders is a local company offering downhill bicycle tours through the Haleakala National Park. The tours offer scenic views of the West maui Mountains and South Maui Coastline as well as a glimpse of the Maui's multi-ethnic towns.
Mr. Pineapple is a specialty shop with particular experience packing and shipping pineapples for travellers returning home from a Hawaiian vacation. Goods include pineapples, coconuts, macadamia nuts and jams & jellies.
Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum is 1,800 square feet of historical exhibits, displays of plantation equipment and information about sugar and its influence on the area. The museum includes a large model of a sugar mill.
Photo Safari Hawaii offers private photo eco-tours on several Hawaiian islands where guests will be taken to the most scenic locales. Besides providing knowledge of the locations, the guides also advise on photographic techniques.
Named the Operator of the Year in 2010 by the Hawaii Ecotourism Association, Hike Maui takes its clients on hiking trips to the waterfalls, through the rainforest, or at the volcanoes. Snorkeling and kayaking are other services provided to the clients.
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3957 Hansen Road, Puunene, HI 96784 MoreLess Info
The sugar industry has had a dramatic impact on Maui, and this legacy is preserved at the Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum. Visitors learn about sugarcane agriculture, the impact of sugar farming on native Hawaiians and the current state of Hawaii's sugar production.
The Taste of Maui Island Tours is a driving tour of Maui through pineapple country, with stops at a working ranch, 4th generation family farm and lavender farm, with opportunities to shop local farm and market stands. A lunch of seasonal local ingredients is included.