Maui Garden Of Eden, Maui
Maui Garden Of Eden, Maui - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 10600 Hana Hwy, Haiku, HI 96708, United States
Ticket Price: 15 USD
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
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Art Gallery, Garden, Waterfall, Tourist Center, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot
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About Maui Garden Of Eden, Maui
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.
Maui Garden Of Eden Information
- 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.
Maui Garden Of Eden Ticket Prices
- $10 Kama'aina
Maui Garden Of Eden Opening and Closing Hours
- Please contact the authorities.
How To reach Maui Garden Of Eden by Public Transport
- By car; Take highway 37.
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Very well maintained garden. They have peacocks and other things rare birds and peaceful environment. Trail to the falls doesn't take you close to the falls but gives a good view of the area.
This place is magical! It was one of our favorite parts of driving the road to Hana! The plants are incredible the whole Arboretum is like being on a movie set. It’s truly gorgeous!
Stunning and worth every bit of the $15 entry. Cheers to the family who runs it themselves with no government funding. My favorite part was the bamboo forest and the 100 year old mango tree.
The place is nice and clean yes but it is not worth 15 bucks to get in. I was excited by reading all these reviews but it's not what you think. . On the road to Hana there are many other places with better views. I was really disappointed with this place. Me and my wife left after 10 minutes of walking around.
This place is okay. I expected more variations and more interesting things to see. A little disappointed. The map they give you and the signs throughout the place are not very clear and hard to follow, particularly if you only have time for specific areas rather than the whole park.