Most Instagrammable Places in Maui
While Maui is home to over thirty miles of beach and the largest dormant volcano in the world, there is much more to see within the island! With Shaka Guide, you can road trip to some of the best spots. You’ll catch pristine sunsets, discover fields filled with flowers, and more — you’ll be sure to fill your itinerary, and camera roll, with the beauty of Maui!
The sunrise at Haleakala can best be described using one word…epic. The Shaka Guide Haleakala Tour will take you to this crater and make you feel on top of the world as you overlook clouds while staring out at the edge of a cliff. With light beaming over the crater, it will be an incredible experience — and too beautiful to not snap a breathtaking Instagram photo to share with your friends at home.
You’ll capture the perfect Instagram photo while strolling through this Maui sunflower field. The fields are located at the corner of Honoapi’ilani and Kuihelani Highway. The oil from these vibrant flowers is used for honey, cooking, massage oils, beauty products, and is now being used to make a reef-safe sunscreen.
The Road to Hana
The Road to Hana is about 45 miles long and takes around two hours to complete — that is without stopping. Plan a whole day or stay overnight and explore the stops and Instagram photo opportunities on the way. There are a lot! Some of the most photogenic spots include: Ho’okipa Beach, Twin Falls, Wailua Lookout, Pua’a Ka’a State Wayside, Hana Lava Tube, Wai’anapanapa State Park, Kaihalulu Beach, Koki Beach, and Ohe’o Gulch (Seven Sacred Pools).
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Ho’okipa is mainly a surfer’s beach, where pros can test their skills and spectators can marvel as they conquer the waves. Although swimming is limited, there are small tide pools running through the middle beach where you can take a dip — and grab a great Instagram shot.
Iao Valley State Park
Iao Valley State Park consists of luscious green valleys with waterfalls running the length of mountains. If you’re looking for a complete natural setting, Iao Valley is your place to be. It’s a great spot for some family photos!
The 4-mile hike of Pipiwai Trail leads you through thick, mysterious bamboo forests. What’s better is that once you find your way through the forest, you’ll end at Waimoku Falls. Not only will you get a great photos along the route, you’ll snap an epic picture in front of a massive waterfall.
No matter where you are in Maui, you’re never too far from a picture-perfect spot. Be responsible as you’re taking photographs — never put yourself or anyone else in danger while you’re searching for that great shot!