- Established in 1952, this park is dedicated to preserving Maui's ethnic heritage, including Hawaiian, Portuguese, Japanese, Caucasian and Filipino cultures. As you stroll the lush tropical gardens, you'll see several thatched-roof Hawaiian huts, a Portuguese villa, a New England saltbox and a Japanese garden with a stone pagoda. This is a wonderful location for a family picnic or a getting-to-know-you date. It's located just next to the Nature Center in Iao Valley. Call +1 808 270 7389 for camping permit information only.
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