The road to Hana is quite possibly the most beautiful scenic drive in all of America, which is why purchasing the Hana cassette tape is an absolute must. You can purchase the tape or CD at Wal-Mart, K-mart, as well as numerous tourist kiosks located on the island. Many vacation rentals also have the tape sitting on a coffee table. The tape will guide you past countless attractions as well as provide a history lesson on Hawaiian cultural and species.
Our top recommendations for tours once in Hana include the Maui Cave Adventures (where you can take self-guided tours of underground lava tubes), Oheo Gulch (also known as Seven Pools), and Wai'napanapa State Park (home to Maui's famous black sand beach).
Of course, a trip to Hana would be incomplete without stopping at the famous Hasegawa General Store. The family run grocery store is Hana's stab at a Safeway, and you will undoubtedly find the small selection of options charming.
Visitors with deeper pockets may want to reserve a helicopter or glider tour over Hana's terrain. A small airport in Hana services these needs.
If planning to stay the night in Hana and turn your road trip into a multiple day affair, the Hotel Hana-Maui is your best option. Celebrities, famous authors, and political figures have all experienced this hotel's luxurious setting.
Highway 380 & Alamaha Street
(kiosk in Shell Service Station)
54 South High Street, 101
Hiking, Heiau and Tropical Fantasy In Hana Maui...
Hana Highway Mile Marker #42
(15 minutes past Hana Town)
5165 Hana Highway
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Hana Highway Mile Marker 10
Hana Highway between Kahului and Keanae
One of the best spots along the Hana highway for forests, fauna and flora of Maui... read more
At the end of the Hana Highway, P. O. Box 9
Hotel Hana Maui
On the southern portion of Hana Bay
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4974 Uakea Rd
(Mailing: P.O. Box 27)
Hana's Historic museum and village on Maui...