Many people toot this as a must-see, but I must have missed the amazingness of it. It's an interesting tree formation, but hardly a must-see. It's apparently also carefully manicured to grow this way. In the rain forests that you see on the road to Hana, the banyan trees there grow naturally and look nothing like this. They are actually a lot more impressive.
It's a cool reprieve from the blazing hot Lahaina streets, but very crowded. Lots of kids climbing on the trees (despite all signs warning against it) and many many people. You can't turn without stepping into someone's photo. If you pass by, take a look. If not, no reason to make it your sole destination.
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