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Kula Botanical Gardens

Suitable for:
Everyone, nature lover
Insider tip or tourist spot?
Rather unknown and little going on
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Insider Tip
Allow time:
1 Hours
Optimal arrival time:
no matter
Cost:
ok
Suitable for:
Everyone, nature lover
Insider tip or tourist spot?
Rather unknown and little going on
TouriSpot
Insider Tip
Allow time:
1 Hours
Optimal arrival time:
no matter
Cost:
ok

Kula Botanical Gardens - Description

Somewhat hidden in the higher region of Kula, is this privately run garden. It is a true oasis of tranquility.

At any time of the year, all kinds of native plants as well as plants from all over the world can be marveled at and sniffed. While some plants are already fading, the next ones are blooming, so you can always discover something new. Nature lovers will find a variety of trees, shrubs and plants, as well as a pond with koi carp and numerous seating areas that invite you to linger.

For the children, the biggest attraction is certainly the chameleon that lives there.

What we say

Tommy
The garden is an extremely peaceful place full of beautiful plants and fragrant flowers. Ideal to come to rest and meditate a little.
Our checklist & tips:
  • Free parking available
  • Pack picnic blanket and food
  • Entry 10$

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Map and contact data

638 Kekaulike Avenue Kula, Hawaii 96790
Longitude: -156.32499907671456
Latitude: 20.742275274407643
Phone: (808) 878-1715

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