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Experience the Maui Lavender Farm

Learn the History

The Kula Lavender Farm, located on the slants of Haleakala National Park, is fragrant purple heaven, unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. More than 55,000 lavender plants, olive trees, hydrangea blooms, and succulents can be found here. Although lavender is not native to Maui, it thrives in our relaxed, dry environment and flowers all year. Ali’i Chang, an agrarian craftsman, was given lavender by a personal friend in 2001 and used it to create a fantastic greenhouse. The Maui Lavender Farm is now a testament to Ali’i’s love for the earth.

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Take a Tour

The Ali’i Kula Lavender Farm is lovely to meander, with all-encompassing views and quiet strolling paths. Daily guided walking tours are available from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and cover the ranch’s collection of experiences, motivation, and future objectives. With timely appointments, visits usually last 30 to 40 minutes and cost $12 per person. Visitors can also take a leisurely tour of the ranch in the back of a comfortable five-person golf truck. Directed truck visits are available between 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. each day. The farm provides gourmet cookout containers with options like wraps, sandwiches, mixed greens, and lavender-blended pastries to make your experience even more memorable.

Maui Lavender Farm

Visit the Gift Shop

Don’t forget to visit the ranch’s gift shop! Explore a wide range of gifts and fortunes that will help you remember your stay for the rest of your life. Examine the extensive selection of cleansers, creams, fragrance-based treatment items, and apparel, or purchase culinary delicacies such as teas and jams. It’s entirely created from lavender from the property! Visit their website’s planning section to learn how to include this fragrant and wonderful spice into your home cooking.

The Old Wailuku Inn at Ulupono to Stay

The Old Wailuku Inn is a fantastic place to stay if you want to be surrounded by Maui’s famous vegetation. Plants, blooms, and organic product trees provide appealing scents at our B&B. Visitors are welcome to stroll through our nurseries, relax on the lanai, or unwind in our comfortable visiting rooms. After a successful day, there could not be a more helpful way to grow! Is it true that you’ll be travelling with family or friends? Take a look at the Garden Floor and see whether it’s right for you. You can link three rooms to create a family suite by opening the connecting entryways. Every accommodation has its veranda, and a delectable handcrafted breakfast is served every morning.

Maui Things to Do

Few things in life are more energizing than planning a trip to Hawaii. In any case, if you’ve never been to Maui before, putting your vacation together can seem overwhelming. That is because there is so much to do and see here! Will you spend your days hopping from one side of the ocean to the other? Will you brave the legendary Hana Highway? Also, the most challenging question of all: where will you get the tastiest fish tacos?

Outdoor Adventures & Excursions  

Maui is famed for its fantastic open-air entertainment. It’s possibly the best place on the planet to surf and snorkel! While enjoying Maui’s outdoor activities, the marine life sightings are fantastic, from spotting an ocean turtle while swimming at Molokini Crater to watching the surface for breaking humpback whales during the cooler months. You can also go to professional flowerbeds, swim in Honolua Bay, visit a pineapple farm, and so much more. Whether you want to relax on a dark sand beach, locate climbing trails in lush bamboo forests, or explore the island on a bicycle trip through Haleakala National Park, Maui provides something for everyone who enjoys being outside.

Indoor/Rainy-Day Activities

If the skies are overcast or you have too much sun, spend some time exploring Maui’s fascinating interior attractions. Many are only a short drive from our accommodation and, all things being equal, are a terrific experience for guests.


After a long day of travelling and investigating, you’re going to be famished! Fortunately, you won’t have to look far to find exquisite Hawaiian cuisine on Maui. Many places to visit, ranging from roadside food trucks to award-winning fish cafés.

Family-Friendly Fun

Make Maui your next family vacation destination! Our lovely island provides a plethora of activities for Keiki (children). Our Hibiscus Room and adjoining Lehua Room are are excellent choices for families, and blends can be combined to create a more extensive suite. Spend the day holding hands with your friends and family, then return home to your private nursery and lanai! Here are the top kid-friendly activities on Maui.

Tip: If you’re travelling with younger children, look for beaches with gentle waves where your child will be able to skip and sprinkle with ease. West Maui’s Kapalua Beach and Napili Beach, and Polo Beach on the south side are probably the calmest areas.

Unique Things to Do on Maui

“What could be done that we haven’t done before?” return visitors to Maui frequently ask. To that, we say, go differently! Avoid the tourist traps and see a side of Maui that most people never get to experience. On a guided journey around a ranch, try out fun activities like harvesting Maui espresso beans! You can learn about the island’s rich stories and history, attend an event, or relax and meet the locals.

Make The Old Wailuku Inn Your Home on Maui

When it comes to saving money on your trip to the Valley Isle, look no further than The Old Wailuku Inn at Ulupono. Our unique property is located in the island’s heart and provides easy access to all previously mentioned attractions. In addition, our extensive amenities and first-rate conveniences make us one of Maui’s most impressive lodging options. You will have a memorable Hawaiian experience at The Old Wailuku Inn. Begin each day with a delectable connoisseur breakfast prepared with locally grown ingredients, followed by a glass of wine on the porch when it’s time to go to your room, curl up under delicate cotton fabrics and drift asleep to the sound of rain. There’s nothing quite like it.

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