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This was a cool spot to stop at on the Road to Hana, though if it didn't have black sand then it would likely look just like any other beach. The ocean was too rough to swim in, but the waves were neat to watch....More
I loved this beach and was jealous -happy, of those who were staying near by and could linger the whole day. The sand is truly all black and very clean. It's a small narrow beach and the waves crashing into this small bay are beautiful...More
This area was worth the stop. It had a really cool black beach and a nice park area to walk. There was a cool spot at the top where a geyser of water would splash up every few minutes and excite the crowd.
I loved this beach so much!! Water is amazingly clear, warm and there’s a beautiful scenery. I really loved the fact that the sand is black, it’s just so beautiful and it gave me peace ✌🏽 lol must visit this beach, if traveling to Maui
Such a great place. This is definitely something that we will always remember. It is a long drive with many stops before you reach there but do not miss it. And plan your time so you have enough time to go swimming, walking around and...More
We traveled here on a somewhat rainy day in Maui. What an experience it was to hike through the caves and then hike up large rocks that lead to amazing views over the ocean. So cool to see the blow holes as well. There is...More
There are no fees for most of the sites. There are a few things that want to charge you. A private arboretum charges, but a public one further down is free. The seven sacred ponds is part of Haleakala state park which... More
There are no fees for most of the sites. There are a few things that want to charge you. A private arboretum charges, but a public one further down is free. The seven sacred ponds is part of Haleakala state park which charges $20, but this is the same park as going up the volcano and your pass is good for three days. The state park with the black sand beach is free and has a small lava tube. Hana lava tube charges $14. I've driven it before and thoroughly loved it. I don't know what a tour would include, but stopping whenever you wanted to take photos is what I liked.