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Tour our exquisite collection of 400 varieties of tropical and sub-tropical plants, including 270 botanically-labeled plants with family, genus, species, provenance, and common name.
Entabeni’s collection of exotic and tropical plants, including more than 38 varieties of palms, is presented in a gardenesque environment with lawns and pathways leading through rooms of plantings and majestic vistas overlooking the Pacific Ocean on one side and the eastern ridge of Haleakala (Hawaii’s “House of the Sun”) on the mauka (mountain) side.
When driving Maui’s world-famous “Road to Hana,” stop and enjoy a tour of Entabeni Gardens any weekday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Choose a self-guided tour and stroll on your own or enjoy a guided tour. Our passionate and informed tour guides will answer your questions and provide information about our extraordinary variety of tropical and sub-tropical plants and flowers. (See dozens of photos.)
Ask for our “Green Living Tour” and your guide will show you how we’ve created a sustainable, “off the grid” living environment at Entabeni with electricity from the sun, water from the rain, and food from the land.
Entabeni Gardens is located in Nahiku on the north shore of Maui about 90 minutes (36 miles) east of Kahului Airport and about 25 minutes (8 miles) northwest of Hana. (See driving directions.)
In addition to guided and self-guided tours, we provide a restroom, refreshments, art, and vacation rental accommodations (when available). See EntabeniCottage.com in a new tab or window.
Mahalo (thank you) for browsing EntabeniGardens.com. Please visit or contact us for more information.
Come and join us, on a fun filled adventure as we show case our home of Hana. Enjoy stories and history told by Local Hana tour guides. Experience hands-on demonstrations and breath taking scenic points in the comfort of our 2020 Open-Air Jeep Gladiators.
*Complete Hana Tour Package:
Waianapanapa State Park, Kahanu Gardens/ Pi’ilani Heiau
Hana Town/Hana Bay, Koki & The Famous Hamoa Beach, Wailua Waterfall, Charles Lindbergh’s Grave Site & Palapala Ho’omau Church, Waimoku Falls, Lelekea Beach, Mokulau Peninsula, Ulupalakua Store (Lunch) & Winery.
*Loop Around Haleakala Tour Package:
Join us on a full day adventure, as we visit the entire East coast of Maui. Scenic routes looping around majestic Haleakala, Kula (Lavender Farms) and Makawao Town
Enjoy the famous banana bread of Keanae, Breath-taking waterfalls off the windy roads to Hana and the sweet fragrant ginger blossoms of Nahiku.
*All tours include, pick up and drop off at Hotel, Lunch, drinks and snacks. *All entry & admissions fee not included
*Loop Around Haleakala Tour Package:
A full exclusive day, exploring the entire Hana coast, Looping around majestic Haleakala, Upcountry Kula (Lavender Farms) and Makawao Town Square.
Enjoy the famous banana bread of Keanae, Breath-taking Waikani Waterfalls and the sweet fragrant ginger blossoms of Nahiku. End your day with the famous Kahanu Gardens & Waianapanapa Black Sand Beach.
Supporting Hana Vendors, Entrepreneurs, Farms, Gardens & Food Trucks
Our Vision: Hana Arts envisions our community inspired, and united by the profound and long lasting impact that exposure to the Arts has on people’s lives.
Our Mission: Hana Arts provides Art & Cultural education and both life-enhancing and income-generating opportunities for all East Maui keiki to kupuna through youth, individual and family programs including classroom teaching, workshops and events that help stimulate and broaden our community’s potential.
Come visit us at Hana Coast Gallery in the heart of Hana.
Based on the curating concept of the founding owners, the gallery represents only Hawaiian Artisans and Island Artists whose creations meet the standards of excellent design, quality workmanship and reasonable price.
We welcome email and phone inquiries about the works and artists on our website, http://www.hanacoast.com. We are located on the Hotel Hana Maui property.Please keep in mind that most fine art crafts pieces are one-of-a-kind and are acquired on a first-come, first-served basis. In addition to the items on the website, The Hana Coast Gallery features a comprehensive selection of work by many other world and regionally-renowned artists.
We are happy to arrange personal appointments for gallery viewing.
If you call our Hana gallery at 808.248.8636, and reach voice-mail, please leave a message! We will be happy to return your call between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Hawaiian Standard Time.
Collection, display and preservation of artifacts regarding the history and culture of Hana
OUR MUSEUM AND GIFT SHOP IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED DURING THE PANDEMIC
Our Museum may not be the largest in Hawaii but it is authentic and has lots of charm. We feature traditional artifacts that were used by the Hawaiian people in their everyday life, worship, fishing, and other aspects of their lives. Check out our popular Faces of Hana display.
Our Gift Shop is a great place to find souvenirs for your ‘ohana back home, including authentic craftwork and art made by the people of Hana.
Listed on the National Register of the Historic Places, the old Hana Courthouse is still used today on the grounds of the Museum for small local legal matters (in session on the first Friday of every month). Behind the courthouse is the Hana Lockup originally built in 1871.
KOKO LP, Hana’s own low-power radio station, broadcasts commercial-free Hawaiian music from the back of the old Courthouse, on 96.3 FM and kokolp.org.
Our Archive is a treasury of artifacts, photos and records that aren’t on display in the museum, but can be opened for local families or scholarly research.
The Hana Cultural Center hosts an annual Ho‘olaule‘a Festival, which is usually held in August. See our website for more information.
OUR MUSEUM AND GIFT SHOP IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED DURING THE PANDEMIC
Our Museum and Gift Shop is normally open Wednesday from 10:00 to 3:00 and Friday 10:00 to 3:00. We are sometimes open at other times as well – please call or email to check.
On the rugged Hana coast, along the far eastern shores of the Hawaiian island of Maui, Kahanu Garden grows in splendid isolation, nestled in the one of the largest native hala (Pandanus) forests in the Islands. Plant collections from the Pacific Islands are the focus here, particularly plants of value to the Hawaiian people as well as other cultures of Polynesia, Micronesia, and Melanesia. Kahanu Garden is situated in the storied land of Honoma’ele and home to Pi’ilanihale Heiau, a massive lava-rock structure that is believed to be the largest ancient man made structure in Polynesia. This awe-inspiring cultural site in the garden is registered as a National Historic Landmark.
Visitors to Kahanu Garden will learn about the cultural relationships between people and these remarkable plants that were transported around the Pacific on ancient voyaging canoes. Among the different ethnobotanical collections at Kahanu Garden is the world’s largest collection of breadfruit cultivars, which serves as a germplasm repository for this important South Pacific food crop.
Kahanu Garden and Preserve is part of the National Tropical Botanical Garden, a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 that has a mission to enrich life through discovery, scientific research, conservation, and education by perpetuating the survival of plants, ecosystems and cultural knowledge of tropical regions.
Please check the website for the latest information on park entrance fees, facilities, and current closure information due to COVID-19.
The Kīpahulu District of Haleakalā National Park is daily from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Trails in the Kīpahulu District open daily from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm include: Pīpīwai Trail and Kūloa Point Trail. We recommend starting the Pīpīwai Trail early and no later than 3:00 pm to ensure you are out of the park when the gate closes at 5:00 pm.
We, the Kipahulu ‘Ohana, are a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating residents and visitors of the “ways of old” through cultural demonstrations and hands-on activities. Using the wisdom and spiritual guidance of our kupuna (elders, learned teachers), we seek to re-establish a Hawaiian lifestyle in Kipahulu. By initiating sustainable projects, dividing the labor, and sharing the results we will preserve our culture.
Kipahulu Ohana operates Kapahu Living Farm, a traditional wetland taro farm located in Haleakala National Park.
Discover the photographic wonders of Maui while delving
into a landscape of breathtaking waterfalls, multicolored beaches and the rich cultural heritage of Hawaii.
Join photographer Daniel Sullivan for a private custom designed photography tour. The landscape on Maui is extremely diverse and like nothing else on the planet. You will photograph turtles on the beach, massive waterfalls, taro patches and vestiges of ancient Hawaii. Experience a side of Maui few people get to see while learning to be a better photographer.
From the crashing waves of Jaws to the summit of Haleakala, capture stunning images in the field and hone your skills with master photographer Daniel Sullivan in this once in a lifetime photography expedition.
We are a family owned and operated company with a mission to provide the hidden cultural treasure visitors come to find. Poerava Ori Nui is motivated by the spirit of Aloha to share the little things that make Hawaii so special. Visitors come seeking simple fascinations to entertain their vacation in paradise. We offer a number of activities that will surely leave you with a lasting memory of how you did as the Hawaiians do.
You’ll absolutely be delighted when learning to make a lei the Hawaiian way. Exploring the various types of ti-leaf, you will learn the art of ti-leaf lei making. This lei will stay fresh with little preservation techniques, allowing you to proudly wear your handmade creation. Over time, the lei will dry and its color will fade, but it will never lose the significance and beauty of our experience together.
“Haku,” the people’s crown, normally used to honor someone special during an occasion. The haku lei is an assortment of vibrant colors with breathtaking patterns of flowers and greenery. Poerava Ori Nui ensures the freshest natural resources for you to sew into your personalized haku for a lush tropical crown.
Before we start strumming away, we’ll go over basic hand positions necessary to play the ukulele properly. Once we’ve got that down, the first ukulele chord will be just as easy as the next. With a little practice changing finger patterns between chords, you will be singing along to your first song in no time. You’ll be excited to return home to show off all you’ve learned on your vacation to Maui.
Countless luau performances feature the art of hula and all its grace purely to entertain but overlook the true beauty that lay within. For every phrase, there’s a motion; for every motion tells a story. Poerava Ori Nui will bridge the gap between an angelic melody and elegant movement with understanding of the story behind the song. Step-by-step, you will learn the basic footwork and hand motions commonly used in hula. You’ll truly build a connection to this cultural memory in the ambiance of Aloha.
Who doesn’t want to sway as Tahitians do? The secrets we reveal to Tahiti’s hypnotizing hips will have you wanting more. It’s the perfect time for all women to truly explore their sassy but classy feminine side. Perhaps a light workout to end the day right. No matter the circumstance, every class will be a blast.
Advance reservations are now required for all vehicles, walk-in entry, and PUC vehicles visiting Waiʻānapanapa State Park. Plan your trip accordingly. Reservations may be made up to 14 days in advance, and no later than the day before your visit*.
*State of Hawaii residents are exempt from the fee/reservation requirement – proof of state residency is required at time of entry.
Visitors accompanying State of Hawaii residents to visit Wai’anapanapa are not exempt from the entry fee.