With plenty of opportunities to explore and enjoy jungle living, Haiku is a great place to experience Hawaii's rare small-town culture.
Top things to do include windsurfing among turtles at Ho'okipa Beach, swimming at Baldwin Peach Park and Kanaha Beach Park, grabbing a snack by a waterfall at Twin Falls Maui Farm Stand, surfing huge waves at Peahi Beach, ziplining at Piiholo Ranch Zipline, viewing tropical flora and fauna at the family-owned Kula Botanical Gardens, and learning about Hawaiian history at Maui Historical Society.
With average daily temperatures of 80 degrees, Haiku is a year-round destination.
Maui Kombucha is a small, locally-owned cafe that offers delicious falafel wraps, soups, flatbread, and pancakes. Vegans and vegetarians can enjoy a meal at Veg Out, a local cafe that offers diners salads, a variety of house-made veggie burgers, pasta, and wraps.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Haiku. The hottest month in Haiku is February, when temperatures peak at 96 ˚F. The coolest month is November, when temperatures drop to 55 ˚F. The wettest month in Haiku is December with 2.86 inches of rain, while the driest month is August with 0.74 inches of rain.
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