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We did the road to Hana (family of 5) knowing that for the kids it’s a bit boring to be so many hours in the car.
With a good plan and the selection of the right stops, with a safety place to stop, the trip...More
This continues to be one of the most amazing drives on Maui. Spectacular views, incredible smells (love the smell of Eucalyptus!), and gorgeous waterfalls. The t-shirts that say “Road to Hana Survivor” are true. This IS a wild ride. If you are uncomfortable driving I...More
We love to take friends and family when they come to Maui on a tour of the island which would, of course, include The Road to Hana. Start early, really early. Stop and check out the waterfalls along the way. There are a ton of...More
The road to Hana is a gorgeous drive for those that do not suffer from car sickness. Please be aware there are Local Drivers that will speed and pass you in very dangerous places. My advice is to pull aside (the best you can) and...More
The road to Hana is a must do while you in Maui - We have been to Maui twice and did it both times we were there. If your confident in your driving skills, take your rental car and just do it by yourself. If...More
This winding narrow road is very pretty. There are many stops along the way to enjoy nature and waterfalls along the way. Some people even went swimming at the falls and little rivers. We didn’t go all the way to Hana. It’s a long drive....More
First download the Shaka app., it follows you by GPS and gives great info on what lies ahead.We began the road about 9am. Be patient, dont rush it, take in all the sights. My favorite part was beyond Hana. We chose not to turn around...More
I'm not sure if we just got a good day or good time of day but the drive and traffic were very manageable. It is a full day trip and you need to stop often but Mother Nature has provided wonders to see. The drive...More
We started very early in the morning around 5.30am so we were hours ahead from the crowd. The road is winding and small. So be patient for your safe. It took us 3 hours to reach Hana town including 3 stop at Three Bears Fall,...More
Well worth the drive. The curvy roads can be a little tight at times, but worth the drive. I highly recommend this drive and I also recommend purchasing the Hana Gypsy guide that starts at the beginning of the Hana Highway and is full of...More
Yes you can do just part of it. Charles Lindbergh's grave is as far as you can go in your rental car without voiding the contact. If you want to do the whole thing do so as part of a tour. I suggest doing it as part of a... More
Yes you can do just part of it. Charles Lindbergh's grave is as far as you can go in your rental car without voiding the contact. If you want to do the whole thing do so as part of a tour. I suggest doing it as part of a tour anyway since some of the parts are tricky to drive and it's so beautiful you don't want to miss anything which you will if you are driving.