Should I Stay on Maui’s North Shore?
The North Shore isn’t a developed resort destination. If that’s music to your ears, our “Should I Stay on Maui’s North Shore?” article will tell you a lot more of what you can expect by choosing to stay on our North Shore.
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This large rustic and well appointed log cabin might be where Paul Bunyan would stay on his Maui vacation! The cabin sits among forest and a lush jungle valley alongside the Maliko Stream in Haiku. You can walk jungle trails, or stroll next door to the Sacred Garden (same owners.) Jimmie Hendrix fans will definitely be interested in taking a peek at the 1930’s era cottage on this property where Hendrix lodged for his 1970 Rainbow Bridge concert.
Clean, high quality bamboo and tropical furniture and a great private lanai and yard that you’ll certainly enjoy plenty of meals relaxing in.
While it feels like it’s miles away from anything, this location is actually quite centrally located. You can be at the beach, restaurants, shops, zip line, Makawao Town, Haiku Town or Paia Town in five to ten minutes.
There is a wild coffee plantation, tropical fruit (papaya, coconuts, avocado, tangerines, banana, oranges, limes, lemons, grapefruit, lychee, likikoi (passion fruit) and guava (help yourself!) Tropical flowers abound – including ginger, haleconia, angel’s trumpet, orchids, water lily, lotus, bird of paradise…the list goes on.
The most mellow-friendly gentle-giant of a dog named Bodhi lives on the property and loves to visit guests (He doesn’t bark and is totally loving – you’ll want to bring him home with you 🙂
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