Want to post as you click on your visit to Maui? Here are the top eight Instagrammable spots that you need to visit:
Reach the top at 10,023 feet, and a heavenly view is waiting for you. Take filter-free Instagram photos of Maui right from the summit.
Wai’anapanapa State Park
The aquamarine waves offer the perfect contrast to the jet-black sand. Take some stunning portraits keeping the endless sea in the background.
Come in October, and you will see its famous pumpkin patch. The breathtaking views of the ocean from this island overlooking this pumpkin are truly Instagrammable.
Red Sand Beach
You saw the black sand beach; now try the Red Sand Beach. It is one of the most underrated places in Maui but makes for a hell of an Instagram story. The red sand and green water of the sea contrasts perfectly for filter-free photos.
Once a sugarcane field, the Sunflower Field is a popular tourist destination because of thousands of sunflowers growing in one area. It’s like a sheet of the yellow blanket from afar.
It’s not often you get to post photos of turtles on Instagram. Ho’okipa Beach provides you the right opportunity as turtles often come to the shore to sunbathe.
This erosional feature looks like a massive pillar reaching 1200 feet from the ‘Iao Valley. Talk about sky-high; this one is an example of that phrase.
The Pipiwai Trail
Hike your way through the Haleakala National Park and reach Pipiwai Trail. You wouldn’t want to miss this magical place for good. Keep your phone close because you may want to click everything you see here. The two-mile trek is worth traversing, especially with the waterfalls and greenery all around.