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Haleakalā National Park

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Haleakalā National Park, Hawaii

Spanning over 33,000 acres of land with over half designated as wilderness areas, Haleakalā National Park is located on Maui, an island so beautiful that you may want to take a permanent pau hana Read more...

Spanning over 33,000 acres of land with over half designated as wilderness areas, Haleakalā National Park is located on Maui, an island so beautiful that you may want to take a permanent pau hana (the Hawaiian phrase for leisure time after work). The park is divided into two sections: the summit area and the coastal Kipahulu area.

The summit area includes the famous Haleakalā Crater, a mondo crater with numerous volcanic features, measuring 6.99 miles (11.25 km) across, 2.0 mi (3.2 km) wide, and 2,600 ft (790 m) deep. Visitors flock to the dormant Haleakalā Volcano for spectacular sunrises and sunsets. Nearby Hosmer’s Grove is known for its diverse forest of alien trees. To visit the Kipahulu area, take a winding coastal road that yields access to dozens of pools, Waimoku Falls, and a glimpse of a protected rainforest that is largely closed to the public. Haleakala Observatory is a must-see for stargazers and amateur astronomers. Because it is above the tropical inversion layer, it has some of the best viewing conditions, and is the site of astrophysical experiments that wouldn’t be possible anywhere else on Earth.

Palikū Campsite
Located at 6,380 feet on the east end of the Wilderness valley at the base of a rainforest cliff,...
Hōlua Campsite
Calvin
Calvin: How cool is it to sleep at the bottom of volcanic crater? If you're on the island, check this out -...
Kīpahulu Campground
One of two car accessible campgrounds in the park, Kipahulu Campground sits on a grassy area just...
Hosmer Grove
Set in the cooler and windier climes of Haleakala’s cloud belt, Hosmer Grove Campground is just below...
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Waipi'o Hostel Camp
Lisa
Lisa: The Waipi'o Hostel was a great spot to camp! It is located a 5 minute drive from the Waipio lookout...
Awalau Farm
Jeremy
Jeremy : Awalau Farm is a 30 acre sustainable community located in upcountry Haiku on the Hawaiian island of...
Northshore Maui Tent Space
Phil
Phil: 4 acres of open space on the Northshore of Maui. Close to the Hana Hwy. Close to waterfalls and...
Maui Tropical Stream-Side Camp
Jazzy
Jazzy: Pitch your tent streamside in the ancient Mac Nut Grove of our raw organic farmland. Enjoy our open...
James Cottage, Ocean View.
Christie
Christie: James Cottage is a historic plantation home on a private ranch on Hawaii Island just 2 miles south of...
Secluded Cabin in the Woods
Laura
Laura: A charming little custom built natural wood cabin on a wheeled base, nestled into the trees. Located...
Waiʻānapanapa Campground
Offering wildlife viewing opportunities of the area’s both endemic and migratory seabirds,...
Waiʻānapanapa Cabins
The Waiʻānapanapa Cabins sit alongside the area’s namesake park, overlooking the crashing waves of the...
Polipoli Cabin
Sitting 6,200-feet above sea level, overlooking much of Kula Forest Reserve, PoliPoli Cabin is a must...
Camp Olowalu
hannah
Hannah: Camp Olowalu is an affordable alternative to hotels while being even closer to nature. Visiting this...
Deluxe Glamping Hammock Cabana
Mathew
Mathew: We are proud to offer hammock cabanas which are a unique luxurious form of amenity-rich camping (often...
Mauna Kea Cloudforest Retreat
Axel
Axel: We have 14 acres of private riverfront property with waterfalls, several swimming holes, and tropical...
Hāpuna Shelters
Calm seas comb the tranquil shore lines; all is quiet, bathed in situational peace of mind. Hapuan...
Kīholo Campground
Remotely located on the lava-covered coastal park in the Kiholo Bay Fishery Management Area, Kiholo...
Pālāʻau Campground
Geez
Geez: The official website states no drinking water, but a tourist site and this one states that there is. I...
Kalōpā State Cabins
Kalopa State Cabins sit within the vibrant vegetation of the Hamakua Forest Reserve, where a capacity...
Kalōpā State Campsites
Kaopa State Campsites sit mutually aside by the area’s large cabins. Noted for only providing tent...
Ola'a Rainforest Hideaway
Theophania
Theophania: Pitch your tent amongst native Ohia trees, Hapuu Tree Ferns, avocados, bananas. Go to sleep serenaded...
Partial Work Trade for 1 Person
Cristina
Cristina: NOTE: This is our listing for a SOLO traveler who would like to be here in an indoor space at an...