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After you do, a great activity is to zoom up to Kula which is about halfway up to Haleakala peak. Locals call the region of Kula “upcountry” and you’ll get some spectacular views of the coast and into the West Maui mountains. The word “Kula” means “open meadows” in Hawaiian, and the further up Haleakala highway you take your sweet ride the more the landscape opens up.  As you pass through Lower Kula, you’ll see small farms and clusters of estates. Kula has long been a farming community, from sugarcane in the 1800’s to vegetables and tropical flowers more recently. Upper Kula’s cool temperatures will refresh you if it’s super hot down low and the winding roads through green pastures take you near silver eucalyptus tree groves (and Blue Jacaranda trees in late spring), contrasting with the bright green sugarcane below.
There are many stops along the way and you can easily enjoy a whole day up at higher elevation. You may take a walk through the lavender farm, head to a dairy where the goats “surf” or get some delicious food or java at Grandma’s Coffee House.
This will truly be a unique day where you can appreciate the spot where many year round Maui locals choose to live.