Kahanu Garden

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Kahanu Garden is located along the far eastern shores of the island of Maui nestled in the one of the largest, untamed native hala (Pandanus) forests in the Islands. The garden is home to the world's largest collection of breadfruit cultivars and Pi`ilanihale, the largest ancient place of worship (heiau) in Polynesia and a National Historic Landmark.

Kananu Garden features plants of the Pacific Islands including `Ōhi`a `ai(mountain apple), ‘Ulu(breadfruit), ‘Ape(taro), Noni, ‘Uala(taro), Naupaka, Kō hāpai(sugar cane), Baobab, Niu (coconut palm), "Cuban red" banana, Leopard tree and Passion fruit.

Minimum Time Needed

2 Hours

Hours

Self-guided: 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Guided: Sat 10 a.m.

Admission Fee

Self-guided: Adults (13 yrs. and above) $10; children 12 yrs. and under free
Guided: Adults (13 yrs. and above) $25; children 12 yrs. and under free (children must be accompanied by an adult; please be mindful of other guests on tour

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http://ntbg.org/gardens/kahanu.php

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