Sketchy drive to get here and even down the road to the church and his grave. There were a couple of nice horses on the neighbouring property to the church and I think you can camp here, otherwise could of skipped it.
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Past mile marker 41, if you're travelling from Hana, is the turn off to the left to the church which has his and other grave sites. After you turn left onto the narrow road, you go a very short distance and then turn left again...More
Don't blink or you'll miss the narrow paved side road that goes to Palapala Ho'omau Church that has Charles Lindbergh's grave to the right side of it. Set among lush vegetation close to the south coast of the island, you can see why he chose...More
Its nice church grounds well kept. A piece of history, how the F did he end up out here in Maui! It's easy to miss ask the people at laulima farms and they will tell you where it is.
We went to see the grave site as our host suggested it and we are not people who want to do a lot of hiking. It can be a little thought to find but there is a marker for the church and on the left...More
Beautiful setting. It is easy to see why the great pioneer wished to be laid to rest here. The views from the grounds of the small churchyard are breath-taking. It is a little difficult to find, located a few miles past the town of Hana...More
We drove around the island (upcountry) to Hana and stopped at the little church to see Lindbergh's gravesite. We passed the road/street/path down to the church, but would likely have seen it easier if we were coming from Hana. The church is very small, the...More
Charles Lindbergh’s grave is located in the small cemetery next to the Palapala Ho'omau Church. The church is located just past the Kīpahulu part of the Haleakalā National Park and is also located about 12 miles past the town of Hāna (on the famous Road...More
Walk past the church and graveyard down to the cliff overlooking the ocean and you will understand why Lindbergh chose this as his final resting place. Be respectful of the church and graves.
About a mile from Kipahulu (Haleakala National Park) away from Hana, turn left onto an unmarked road. If you find the main road getting difficult to drive (a bit scary), then you have driven too far from Hana. Find a safe place to turn around....More