Haleakala National Park

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Ha•le•a•ka•la′ Na′tional Park′

(ˌhɑ lɛˌɑ kɑˈlɑ)
a national park on the island of Maui, Hawaii: site of dormant volcano (Haleakala), 10,023 ft. (3055 m) high. 45 sq. mi. (116 sq. km).
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Noun1.Haleakala National Park - a national park in Hawaii including a dormant volcanoHaleakala National Park - a national park in Hawaii including a dormant volcano
Aloha State, Hawaii, Hawai'i, HI - a state in the United States in the central Pacific on the Hawaiian Islands
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The short hike to Waimoku Falls - located in the southeastern part of Maui's Haleakala National Park - is a worthwhile detour along the island's famous Road to Hana Drive.
This fund has contributed to the protection of some of our most environmentally important public lands in Hawaii, including Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Haleakala National Park, Hakalau National Wildlife Refuge, and the Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail.
Surrounded by the 33,265-acre Haleakala National Park, the mountain is well away from the busy tourist centers to its northwest and west, and is just as dark as neighboring Mauna Kea.
Catch a predawn ride to the chilly summit of Haleakala National Park with Skyline Eco-Adventures ($250; skyline hawaii.com).
Seeing the sunrise at Haleakala National Park is almost a religious experience.
Expert tip If you're going, check in to the Mauna Kea Visitor Centre before 10 pm, or prepare for a memorable camping night at the nearby Haleakala National Park.
Some of the things you can see and engage in are the Mai Kai Bora Bora, Haleakala National Park, Kula Botanical Garden, Holy Ghost Catholic Church, Bora Bora Glass Bottom Boat, Shark and Ray Snorkel Safari, Hana Highway, Bora Bora Aqua Safari, King Kamehameha Golf Course Club and also the famous Maui.
Haleakala National Park has more endangered plants than any other national park, said park botanist Patti Welton.
Run by S&H online columnist Eve Hogan, this retreat is a quiet jungle getaway, about 10 minutes from the beach and 50 minutes to Haleakala National Park.
[yen] Haleakala National Park - Maui, Hawaii, United States - Most might head to the nearest beach resort in Maui, but for the adventure traveller, we suggest pitching a tent in Haleakala National Park.
Maui's south and east coasts are part of the stunning Haleakala National Park.