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Waianapanapa State Park Cabins
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Reviewed 28 August 2002

Maui is my home away from home, I try to go once a year. I normally stay in Honokowai, just North of Lahaina. But I do recommend seeing another part of the island. You go from beautiful beaches to beautiful rainforests. I didn't do it, but watched a friend dive off a waterfall of the side of the road. The cabins are fully equipped and I have always BBQ'd hamburgers at the fire pit behind the cabin. It's perfect for walking along the lava trail along the cliffs and watching the starry skies into the night (you can't get that sky in Lahaina). It's peaceful and secluded from any cities. I usually go for one night during my stay because the drive is long and worth staying over to experience the "Quiet and Natural Maui". The black sand beach is a recommended stop too, just a few minute walk from the cabins.

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Stayed: May 2017, travelled as a couple
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