Huelo is a small community located along the Road to Hana (Hana Highway). It is considered part of Haiku. Located away from the population centers of Maui, such as Wailuku and Kahului, this little-known community has been described as “the little Hawaiian village forgotten by time.” Elevated at 480 feet (146 m) above sea level, Huelo offers a tranquil and laid-back island atmosphere and lush surroundings.
Activities in Huelo include horseback riding and hiking along the Waikamoi Nature Trail. Located nearby are the black pebble beach of Honomanu Bay and Ho'okipa Beach, known as the windsurfing capital of the world. At the Door of Faith Road stands the Kaulanapueo Church, a historical Protestant Church built in 1853 using stone and coral. It features a New England architecture.
Huelo used to be a sugar plantation community, but has shifted to cattle farming when the sugar industry in Hawaii ended. There are a few multi-million dollar oceanfront properties, vacation rentals and small farms growing tropical fruits, herbs and vegetables.
Former sugar plantation community
Lush surroundings with views of tropical flowers, streams and waterfalls
Located along the Hana Highway, 13 miles (21 km) west of Kahului Airport, HanaHI96713
Now 70°F Windchill: 21°
Location: Haiku-Pauwela, HI
Wind: 4 mph E
Visibility: 0.16 mi
Pressure: 969.0 in steady
Sunrise: 6:47 am
Sunset: 5:43 pm
Hi: 72°F Low: 66°F
Hi: 74°F Low: 66°F
Reviews and Comments:
I love to stop there. Peace.
Real JB, Tue Nov 25, 2014
My favorite stop for 100% natural,and/or organic fruit
drink, or fresh coconut water from the coconut.
Tropical forest and an ocean and native plant setting
at 480 feet above shore. stop at the curve in the road
where a small smoothie stand sits. Enjoy the smell and
scenery, as well as ask about how to get to the church
building made of coral and stone, since it's