- The list below includes 178 free or cheap things to do in or near Pukalani, Hawaii, including 65 different types of inexpensive activities like Other Tours, Beaches, Parks and Farms & Ranches.
- From Maui Hiking Safaris to No Ka Oi Protea Farm, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Pukalani and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Wailuku, Kula, Hana and Wailea.
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.
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Rte. 37, HI MoreLess Info
The top of the Haleakala Crater is typically obscured by clouds from below, so driving the scenic Haleakala Highway (Crater Road) can be a revelatory experience. This winding highway offers remarkable vistas of the coastline, craters, and varied wildlife.
Makena Paddle Tours offers customizable and private kayak, stand-up paddle, and drift snorkel guided tours along the South Maui coastline. Tours focus on non-tourist experiences of reef and marine life. Visitors often experience whale and sea turtle sightings.
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Haleakala National Park, 30076-30136 State Hwy 378, Kula, HI 96790 MoreLess Info
Located within the cloud belt of Haleakal, the Hosmer Grove Campground is a camping site with accommodating space for 50 individuals. Amenities at the campsite include picnic tables, barbeques, and a scenic nature trail.
Maui's Thompson Ranch Riding Stables offers visitors the opportunity to ride horses through the pastures and eucalyptus fields of the Maui countryside. The ranch offers guided trail rides suitable for the whole family.
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.
Situated in a tropical valley, Twin Falls Ziplines allows visitors to take zip lines from tree to tree, stopping at platforms installed on each tree. The experience also includes a tour around the area including sampling of local fruits.
Managed by the Hawaii Division of State Parks, the Polipoli Springs State Recreation Area is a scenic natural area with redwood trees, alpine meadows, and all manner of wildlife. The area has many hiking and biking trails.
Maui is home to the Ali'I Kula Lavender Farm, an important producer of lavender and lavender products. The farm sits on the base of Mount Haleakala, also called the Sun Mountain. Guided hiking and ATV tours are available for a small fee.