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“Visited an art studio opening here - quite interesting!”

The Sacred Garden of Maliko
Ranked #13 of 36 things to do in Makawao
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Owner description: The Sacred Garden is free and open to the public daily, 10-5. We have a 10,000 sq. ft. greenhouse nursery full of beautiful tropical plants as well as 2 labyrinths for walking meditations, a shrine room, a beautiful Buddha Garden, water lily ponds, and sitting or picnic areas. Whether you come to contemplate and pray, grieve or celebrate, write in our community journals or use the art table, read a book in the library, share time with friends or spend some time in silent surrender, The Sacred Garden offers something for everyone.Operated by the Divine Nature Alliance, a non-profit dedicated to education, rejuvenation and inspiration. Come, experience peace!
Reviewed 3 March 2018

There was a painter who interpreted her dreams, along with lots of sincere young women and beautiful plants, an eclectic nursery, lots of Buddha statues and interesting art.

Thank Krisinseattle
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"peaceful place"
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"gift shop"
in 11 reviews
"inner peace"
in 3 reviews
"for sale"
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"interesting art"
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"great place to visit"
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"beautiful plants"
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"eve"
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"labyrinth"
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"meditate"
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"meditation"
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"nursery"
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"greenhouse"
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Reviewed 7 February 2018

The Sacred Garden is truly magical. Eve is gifted, her garden is beautiful, so wonderfully curated. I love to walk around the garden and to shop in the gorgeous gift shop. There are so many treasures there! It is a must go when you are on Maui....

1  Thank chelsyogi
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Reviewed 24 January 2018

Randomly stopped into this place as we were driving around killing time before checking into our Airbnb. There was one other party walking around the garden at the same time we were. The entry is free. However they do accept donations. The caretaker offered us free hot chocolate, tea, or coffee while we were there. There are two labyrinths on the property After having stressful work days recently, it was nice to fly into Maui and take some quiet time and explore the garden. There is a green house with religious statues and beautiful plant life. There is also an enormous and friendly dog that roams the property. When we interacted with him, he was just chilling under the trees. My boyfriend and I spent a couple of hours there playing chess in the greenhouse until we couldn’t handle the mosquitos flying around and biting us. Overall, we had much needed quiet time!

1  Thank primmyb
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Reviewed 2 November 2017 via mobile

Had an enjoyable time and very peaceful place with so much beauty... go get re balanced/ grounded... be one with nature

Thank Karen N
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Reviewed 29 September 2017

Beautiful, quiet sanctuary hidden deep in a tropical setting. Ona, was a knowledgeble, friendly, engaging resource during our visit. Peaceful and multiple places to sit and meditate, read, or just reflect. The indoor labrynth was very, very nice and the outside labrynth was amazing. Lovely gifts, complimentary drinks available, books for perusing while visiting, an amazing "mother/female energy" sitting/meditating room . . . their website laid it all out very well. Truly an important stop for finding your inner peace. There is no fee for this lovely experience, however, as a 501(C)(3), non-profit they welcome a donation.

1  Thank Chapko1111
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