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Haleakalā National Park plays two very important roles: It protects wildlife that exists nowhere else, and it acts as the melding point of ancient and modern Hawaiian culture. A visit to this striking park on the southeast coast of the island of Maui will lead you to stark volcanic landscapes and sub-tropical rain forests.

Haleakalā National Park encompasses more than 130 square kilometers and features plenty of trails to explore. For a memorable experience, wake up early and hike to the top of the more than 3,000-meter-high Haleakalā peak for spectacular views of the sun rising over the island. Or, relax and enjoy your time among the verdant forests or enjoying views of the breathtaking coastline.