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Ginger Falls Vacation Rental is very private and tucked away in Upcountry Maui, yet it is centrally located and just a short distance to the following places:



Makawao TownMakawao Town

This former cowboy town is just a 5 minute drive from the rental and is a wonderful place to park and walk around. There are boutiques, coffee shops, sushi, delis, galleries, restaurants, gas station, a small general store - and no stop lights.




Hui Noeau Visual Arts Center Hui Noeau Visual Arts Center

On the way to Makawao, the visual arts center offers studio space, classes and workshops in ceramics, photography, jewelry, painting, woodworking and other media. There is always a great exhibit going on in the gallery which is free and open to the public.



Baldwin BeachBaldwin Beach

1/2 mile whitesand beach just West of Paia Town. Great beach to swim, jog, snorkel or hang out under the ironwood trees. The long, shallow pool at the West end of the beach is known as "Baby Beach." Separated from the surf by a flat reef wall, this is where ocean-loving families bring their children to swim and frolic.



Hookipa Beach ParkHookipa Beach

World famous center of windsurfing and kite-boarding, this beach is also good for surfing and body boarding on days when the wind is calm. Even if you are not a professional, it is fun to at least watch the incredible stunts.



Paia TownPaia Town

This fun but small "surfer" town is a haven for those seeking exotic, but casual restaurants, shops, galleries, surf shops, gas station and the memorable health food store, Mana Foods. There is also a very long secluded white sand beach, Paia Bay, for sunning, swimming and snorkeling.



Haleakala National ParkHaleakala National Park

The Haleakala National Park ranges through 5 distinctly different climatic zones. The dormant volcano's vast moonlike crater floor with its towering cindercones is a geological wonder. The park was designated an International Biosphere Reserve in 1980. Of its 28,655 acres, 19,270 are wilderness. From the 10,023 foot summit, the Big Island of Hawaii can be seen.