- TripBuzz found 237 things to do with kids in or near Haiku, Hawaii, including 213 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lahaina, Wailuku, Kula and Kahului.
- From Strike Zone Sportfishing & Bottom Fishing to Boo Boo Zoo, the Haiku area offers 78 different types of family activities, including: Ziplines, Farms & Ranches, Zoos and Observatories & Planetariums.
- Haiku is a small city located on the island of Maui in Hawaii. With a population of just over 8,000, the city is a mostly residential community offering breathtaking natural views. Visitors enjoy the local Chocolate Estate, zip lining and horseback riding on the cities shore. Authentic eateries are also abundant throughout town offering fresh farmers market finds and fresh fish tacos.
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.
At the Kiteboarding School of Maui, everyone from beginners to advanced kiteboarders can get one-on-one lessons from seasoned pros. In addition to the lessons, the school sells equipment that visitors can try before buying.
50% 22 votes
70 E. Kaahnumanu Avenue, Kahului, HI 96732 MoreLess Info
Hollywood Theaters Maui Mall Megaplex is a twelve theater movie multiplex that shows primarily newly released Hollywood movies. The theater features stadium seating with reclining seats, as well as a variety of concessions options.
97% 110 votes
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.
Bicycle tours are popular throughout Hawaii, and Bike It Maui sets the gold standard. Each tour begins with a van ride to the trail head, located on Mount Haleakala. All routes are downhill, and most tour participants must only pedal for several hunred meters during the entire 28-mile descent.
Measuring over 3.8 acres and centrally located, Harold Rice Park offers views of both the south and north shores and the West Maui Mountains. The park includes picnic tables with one grill, bathrooms and steep grassy hills.