Halaekala Sunrise (Maui, Hawaii)

View around 6:30am from 10,000 ft up

Haleakala Sunrise

This is an old volcano that is 10,000 ft  high. You can drive all the way to the top and watch the sunrise there. It is recommended that you get there 2 hour before sunrise so you see all the crazy colours from above the clouds. I recommend this if you have a good camera and want some photos. The drive up is very crazy. It will be dark and the road curls up around the crater, tons of turns and very small road. Make sure you have a driver that is alert and not sleepy. It is very cold at the top. You can borrow blankets from hotel front desk. It was 1.5 hrs from our hotel so we left around 3:30am. Generally people are apprehensive to get up this early. Have two alarm clocks set in case your boyfriend turns one off and threatens to break up with you if you make him get up at this hour. You can stop at the 24 grocery store and get snacks before the trip there.

Kula Lodge

View from breakfast table at Kula Lodge

Kula Lodge – This is a great place to get breakfast after driving for 2 hours and standing in the cold for an hour. I think it opens around 7am and breakfast is sooo good. Try the traditional eggs/bacon/potatoes and also the pancakes with coconut syrup. Delicious. The views are incredible and the staff is great. Keep your sweater on, still very cold.

Surfing Goat Dairy – Little goat farm with surfboards everywhere, free tours and sampling. All the local restaurants in Maui use their goat cheese, Mmmm. If you’re lucky, you might even be there when one of the goats gets onto the surfboard. Best. Moment. Ever.

Surfing Goat Dairy

Surfing Goat Dairy

Surfing Goat Dairy

Awesomeness

If you have a lot of time on your hands, check out the entire Maui album on my Flickr page: http://tiny.cc/maui146

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One response to this post.

  1. Thanks for reminding me that I had a blog here on WordPress! I guess I need to come back and do some more blogging. I kind of got sucked into another site that’s more fun… activerain.com, but it’s mostly for the real estate industry, not just everyone.
    Good luck with your blog! It looks good so far.
    I hope your time on Maui is the best!

    Reply

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