Introduction to Haiku Pauwela, Hawaii

Haiku Pauwela has a population of 6,578.

Haiku Pauwela History

Haiku Pauwela is a census - designated place located in Maui County, which was founded in 1905. Maui is also known as the Valley Island as there are several canyons which cut into the two mountains. In fact, it was formed by two volcanoes.

Haiku Pauwela and nearby Attractions

  • Pauwela Lighthouse
  • Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum
  • Loaloa Heiau
  • Haleakala National Park
  • Bailey House Museum

Things To Do In Haiku Pauwela

Haiku Pauwela offers a number of recreational activities. You can visit the Haiku Park, Fourth Marine Division Memorial Park, and Pa'uwela Point Park during your free hours. The Pauwela Lighthouse is also worth taking a look around. One can reach the Alexander and Baldwin Sugar Museum within few minutes driving. Apart from these, Haiku Pauwela also organizes several special events and programs throughout the year.

Haiku Pauwela Transportation

Kahului Airport is nearby.

Haiku Pauwela Higher Education

Opportunities for higher education are provided by Kapiolani Community College, University of Hawaii at Hilo, Honolulu Community College, and many other colleges and universities.

Haiku Pauwela Almanac

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Haiku Pauwela Climate

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  • Temp ranges are avg daily min and max for the month
  • Precipitation is rainfall (and rainfall equiv of snowfall)

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