Halekii and Pihana Heiaus
Two of Mauis most accessible archeological sites, Haleki'i and Pihanakalani Heiau, are ancient remains of Hawaiian temples. The lava foundation remains and experts say that the heiau was originally built in 1240.
Unfortunately, some of these temples were used to perform human sacrifices to pay homage to the ancient gods. It is thought that Pihanakalani Heiau is probably the last site where Kamehameha I performed such sacrifices on Maui as a tribute to the war god, Ku.
Being reconstructed in 1958, these heiaus are on the National and State Registry of Historic Places.This place is filled with ancient Hawaiian history and is a pretty cool place to visit. The views of Wailuka and Kahului are pretty impressive as well.
To get here, drive toward Waihe'e and turn left on Kuhio Place. Then take another left on Hea Place. There you will see a sign marking the entrance. A large sign marks the entrance to this site.