You might be interested to stand near the courthouse and the harbor in the town of Lahaina on Maui’s northwest coast, and explore the tiny park is centered around something huge: One of the largest banyan trees in the country. The tree — which was brought to the island from India in 1873 — rises more than 60 feet in the air, offering afternoon picnickers copious amounts of shade along with the promptbuscharters.com
You will aslo find the park having a variety of events, including Art in the Park. Held every second and fourth weekend of the month, Art in the Park features a variety of local artists selling paintings and handmade crafts.
You will aslo find the park is being located within walking distance of Lahaina’s shops and restaurants, not to mention the Courthouse Museum and a variety of other local attractions.
You’ll find the giant banyan tree overlooking Lahaina Harbor. You can reach this tiny town via the Honoapiilani Highway (Route 30) if you’re driving; you can also get to Lahaina on the No. 20 bus from Kahului or Ma’alaea, or the No. 25 bus from Kaanapali.