Kipahulu Ohana’s Cultural Interpretive Hike Tour is featured in Luxury Retreats article on “Maui’s Best Hiking Trails”:
The trail is clear and easy to follow, but for insights beyond what you can discover on your own, try a guided tour. Park Ranger tours are available by reservation on Sundays. However, there’s a history to the area that can’t even be told by park employees. It includes more than geography and plant names. Long before the Kīpahulu District was a National Park, it was home to Hawaiians who lived off the land fishing and farming. A guided hike with Kapahu Living Farm, gets visitors access to a section of the park that’s normally off limits, a traditional wetland taro farm. You’ll pull off your hiking boots, and sink your toes into thick mud to learn hands-on about the dirty job of growing taro.