Maui Garden Of Eden1255 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 04:00 pm]
- Address: 10600 Hana Hwy, Haiku, HI 96708, United States, Maui
- Timings: 08:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-8085729899
- Ticket Price: 15 USD
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art Gallery, Garden, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot
In this Garden of Eden, the grounds are maintained with great precision. The ocean views here are great. There is a lovely art gallery and immense opportunities for the photographer in you. The visitor center is quite helpful and the views of inaccessible waterfalls are something you should look out for. Some of the features of this place are a 100 Year Old Mango Tree, a Local Art Gallery, Duck Pond and Bird Feeding area, Keopuka Rock Overlook (as seen in Jurassic Park opening), Enchanted Forest, Banana Patch, an Anthorium Garden and Upper Puohokamoa Waterfalls. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Maui Itinerary 2 Days.
Maui Garden Of Eden Travel Tips
- It is slightly easy to miss on the Road to Hana so keep a watch for it.
- There is restricted access to the waterfalls, so your only way of viewing the falls legally is from here.
Entrance Ticket Details For Maui Garden Of Eden
- $10 Kama'aina
Maui Garden Of Eden Hours
- Please contact the authorities.
How to Reach Maui Garden Of Eden
- By car; Take highway 37.
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38.3% of people who visit Maui include Maui Garden Of Eden in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
41.03% of people start their Maui Garden Of Eden visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Maui Garden Of Eden
90.52% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Maui Garden Of Eden
Maui Garden Of Eden Reviews & Ratings
If you're interested in the flora of Maui this is a great place to check out and the price is reasonable. Very peaceful and not too crowded, (when I went anyway on a Friday). Parking is a little cramped. Staff was very nice.
Kudos to the family that has out this place together over last century. Total labor of love. Neatly built with rugged rainforest look maintained. Few great observation points. Some features inside were less exciting than expected (ancient foundation stones, banana patch, enchanted forest etc.). It's worth the visit first time around and that's it. Be mindful of the peacocks.
Spectacular! Gorgeous views, plants and plenty of friendly peacocks. Wear hiking shoes so you can explore the trails. Use AAA discount 2. We loved it.and worth the drive from West Maui.
Admission cost is way too high ($15 per adult and $5 per kid + $1 to use cards 🙄) for what you can see for free a couple minutes down the road. There is nothing special here that warrants that kind of admission fee. Skip this arboretum and save your money and time for the delicious roadside food stops! There are so many wonderful stops on the Road to Hana, sadly this is not one of them. Tourist trap and nothing more.
Garden of Eden is appropriately named. The vegetation has been manicured exquisitely to maximize its ideal location. The weather works perfectly together to create an amazing experience that simply has to be seen. Its rural location makes the the process of just getting there even more of an exciting adventure. 10 miles into the road to Hana, you'll find this fabulous Park. Admission price seemed a bit Hefty for a one-hour visit, but I understand why. There are a couple of peacocks on the grounds, one of which is quite social. Even the kids were able to have a wonderful experience with him. This is a wonderful location to have lunch or snack overlooking the green grounds mountainscapes and ocean. Strongly recommend stopping by and supporting the locals.