Lahaina: Attractions and more...
Perhaps, the most popular beach on the island, Ka’anapali Beach offers tourists several shops and restaurants as well as the opportunity to indulge in various water sports. Black Rock, also known as ‘Soul’s leap’, is a popular attraction here.
Over a hundred years old, the giant Banyan tree at the Banyan Tree Park is a must visit. The tree is 60-feet high and occupies an area of around 200 sq ft.
A trip to the Old Lahaina Luau is a must. Modelled after an old-fashioned village, this luau features the ancient arts. Another must-see site is the Sugar Cane Train.
Art lovers should visit the Sargent’s Fine Art Gallery, housing the works of great artists, and Carthaginian II, which is a unique floating museum. Also of note is the Lahaina Heritage Museum.Known for its festivals and events, plan your trip to Lahaina around the Maui Onion Festival, He Ui Cultural Arts Festival, Mercedes Championships, Maui International or Lahaina Halloween.
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