About Road To Hana
Maui, United States
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First To Review: Jennifer R.
Sep 10, 2008
The spot in Maui takes a whole day to enjoy but is completely worth it!! The road to Hana is a scenic drive up several mountain sides and eventually ends in a small Hawaiian town that boasts a BEAUTIFUL black sand beach.
The road itself twists, turns and winds its way through the mountain sides and is, most of the time, a one way road which makes the trip fun an adventurous. Along the way there are several places that allow you to stop and take in the breath taking views from some amazing heights.
One of my personal favorite stops, which makes the trip worth it every time, is the seven pools of Hana. They are seven naturally heated pools that run off and spill into one another. And yes, if you bring your bathing suit you can jump right in!
Jul 17, 2009
Down to earth residents and some of the best days of my life spent with th Fontanillo family. Beware the road and start early in the day. Last visit 2007where I crashed a red Ford Mustang convertible about 7 miles out of town into a concrete bridge by driving too late on a moonless night, letting my mind wander and being unfamiliar with the rental car. No one hurt; replacement car arrived from Kahalui within 3 hours. We had full insurance coverage from the rental company.
Jun 18, 2009
It's the most magical road to travel on. You can't complete the trip in one day because of so many places that you have to stop and explore. We've attempted it 3 times and could never finish making it to the City of Hana before dark! You have not experienced Maui if you haven't explored the road to Hana.
Jan 28, 2009
hana is a paradise, so many things to see I don't know where to start, you must stop at the caves of wainapanapa, and if you are feeling like a little hike along a cliff, go to red sand beach, just to slip on the way there. and say hello to my friends at hasagawa general store while buying some POG
Apr 19, 2010
Great drive to engage in. Round trip around the island will take all day with time for stops and such. Pack a lunch if you want to save some money, and fuel up your vehicle before heading out as fuel is more expensive in the more remote portions of the island.