About Kahului, Maui
Kahului, with its bustling harbor and busy shopping complexes, offers visitors the chance to find spectacular bargains. The piers along the waterfront, lined with container-cargo ships and weekly cruise ships, are the embarkation point for Maui's sugar and pineapple crops. You can also watch the containers being loaded onto and unloaded from the many ships.
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Don't do an excursion from the ship for the Road to Hana. Go to discount Hawaii car rental online and rent yourself a Jeep Wrangler and download the Gypsy Guide Road to Hanna app. It's a guided tour through the app and it's awesome. Just make sure you bring a blue tooth speaker because you can't plug your phone into the car unless you have an aux jack (IPhone 7 & 7 plus, you need a speaker)
Visited: May 27, 2017
We did the Road to Hana that day and loved it. We downloaded an app called Gypsy Guide to Road to Hana and it was awesome. It has a built in GPS that gives you history or information about an area as you approach it. The drive to and from the Road to Hana along the ocean was beautiful. We loved the Garden of Eden, well worth the stop and small admissions fee.
Visited: Dec 10, 2016
We went on the Maui Sugar Planation tour. We toured the Sugar Museum and the history of the sugar industry was very interesting to me. We also toured a coffee field and heard how pineapples are harvested and saw various other plants and trees. We also heard about the different stages of a coconut and saw one being opened. The Island of Maui is beautiful.
Visited: Oct 14, 2017