With approximately 620 curves and 59 one lane bridges, The Road to Hana is best when our friendly local guides do the driving and guests enjoy some of the incredible views from Maui.
Following fuel up for this exciting day with a light, local style breakfast of malasadas and coffee. From there, we start our journey around the East Coast on the Road to Hana with breathtaking stops.Highlights
Ho`okipa Beach - one of the top spots for ocean sports and recreation in Maui. Located at Mile #9 on Hana Highway (36), this breath-taking white sand beach boasts some of the best waves on the Maui coastline.
Kaumahina State Park - beautiful sightseeing stop for amazing coastal views.
Keanae Peninsula Scenic Overlook - a dramatic half-mile long massive finger of newer lava sticking out from the cliff line of the Hana Highway.
Pua`a Ka`a State Park - a beautiful waterfall on the mauka (mountain) side of the road. Enjoy a swim in the natural spring!
Wai`anapanapa Park's Black Sand Beach - many sights to see including a seabird colony, natural stone arches, sea stacks; ancient lava caves, hidden blowholes, anchialine pools, and panoramic vistas, not to mention the black sand beach.
Kipahulu - awe-inspiring views of waterfalls, sweeping ocean vistas, and Hawaiian cultural experiences.
Kaupo - lush jungle gives way to dry grasslands and lavascapes and ultimately returns to beautiful rainforest.
Lunch - preselected, picnic-style along the way to Hana. Please select from one of the following 5 options: Ham wrap, Turkey wrap, Ham & Turkey wrap, Veggie wrap or Salad with Italian dressing.
Water, juice, and soda are available throughout the day, along with snacks such as granola bars and chips.Operation
East-side starting from Kaanapali heading West, first pick-up at 6:00 am
West-side starting from Wailea heading East, first pick-up at 6:00 amRecommendations
- Wear Reef-Safe Sunscreen
- Bring your camera & beach towel
- Change of clothes (optional)
- Cash for additional snack purchases (optional)