A Maui Christmas Tradition: The Lighting of the Banyan Tree

The Lahaina Banyan “Christmas Tree”

We are officially into the Christmas Season on Maui, with the lighting of the banyan tree in Lahaina. Even if you miss the lighting ceremony, a visit to Lahaina during the Holiday Season is highly recommended, with festive decorations, Christmas performances, and of course thousands of lights on the famous 140 year old giant tree. Here is a taste of what you’ll experience! Check out Christmast on Maui for more ideas (and please leave more of your own ideas in the comments!)

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4 thoughts on “A Maui Christmas Tradition: The Lighting of the Banyan Tree

  1. Pingback: Christmas on Maui | One Week on Maui

  2. Building a sand snowman on the beach and putting lights on a palm tree with a Mai Tai in your hand is enough to make any mainlander jealous 🙂 Aloha and Mele Kalikimaka

  3. Pingback: Favorite Maui Christmas Photos | One Week on Maui

  4. Pingback: The Banyan Tree – a Long Maui Christmas Tradition – Eric Krautheimer's Blog

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