We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.

Hana Highway - Road to Hana

9,625 Reviews

Hana Highway - Road to Hana

9,625 Reviews
Get the full experience and book a tour
Recommended
Our most popular tours and activities
Tours & Sightseeing
Browse our largest collection of experiences
Shore Excursions
All ashore for easy trips straight from port
Day Trips & Excursions
Short trips beyond city limits made easy
Luxury & Special Occasions
Lavish experiences to indulge in
•••
Browse
Road to Hana Day Trip
$139.99 per adult
Popular: Booked by 2,494 travelers!
Small Group Road to Hana Adventure Tour with Pickup
$145.58 per adult
Popular: Booked by 1,713 travelers!
Small-Group Road to Hana Luxury Tour
$270.52 per adult
Popular: Booked by 2,519 travelers!
Road to Hana Tour with Lunch and Pickup
$209.99 per adult
Popular: Booked by 212 travelers!
Road to Hana Adventure
$186.46 per adult
Popular: Booked by 2,056 travelers!
Epic Road to Hana Waterfall Adventure
$239.20 per adult
Maui Luxury Full Circle Road to Hana Waterfalls & Lunch
$199.99 per adult
Popular: Booked by 256 travelers!
See more
Full view
Location
Contact
Route 36, Maui, HI
Get to know the area
Maui Pineapple Tour
4WD, ATV & Off-Road Tours

Maui Pineapple Tour

540 reviews
We welcome you to the one and only Maui Pineapple Tour! Situated in the historic plantation town of Hali'imaile, this unique tour offers an insiders look at Maui's past and present pineapple cultivation. During your tour, our professional guides will lead you through the working pineapple plantation and packing facility while sampling Maui's sweetest fruit! <br><br>* Tour pineapple fields and taste a variety of handpicked Maui Gold pineapple.<br><br>* Tour the pineapple fields, shipping and packing facility<br><br>*Every guest will receive a free 'airport-ready' pineapple to take home with them!
$69.34 per adult
9,625Reviews70Q&A
Traveler rating
  • 5,783
  • 2,267
  • 987
  • 379
  • 209
Traveler type
Time of year
Language
  • More
Selected filters
  • Filter
  • English
Popular mentions
ACharles70 wrote a review Apr 9
San Jose, California22 contributions41 helpful votes
We used the Maui Gypsy Guide Road to Hana tour, which was super informative and easy to use! Download the app before you go and listen to it in the car during the entire drive (bring a car charger!). The app knows where you are through GPS and will point out places to stop. You will not have much cell phone coverage during the drive. Overall, this is a FULL day to drive to Hana and back. There are more than 50 one way bridges and so many turns, that you can’t go very fast. It rained for the first half of the drive for us, so be sure to bring a rain coat or umbrella. Also, bring snacks in the car, as there aren’t many places to stop along the way. If you want to go to the black sands beach at Waianapanapa State Park, make sure to make reservations before hand. Unless you are staying in Hana, I would recommend you make reservations after 11am, as it would be difficult to get there before that if you are starting in Paia. If you want to drive past Hana to Haleakala National Park at Kipahula, bring hiking shoes. The “7 Sacred Pools” there are usually closed, so don’t rely on going swimming. You can enjoy a nice picnic lunch down by Hana Bay, since there are many picnic tables there, as well as public restrooms. The road past Kipahula is not very reliable, and most car rental companies won’t allow you to drive that way around, so it is best to turn around and go back the way you came. It is a beautiful drive and many waterfalls right off the side of the road to see.
Read more
Date of experience: April 2021
3 Helpful votes
Helpful
Share
ronmitzel wrote a review Apr 9
Lexington, Nebraska23 contributions6 helpful votes
+1
We left our hotel early in the morning and did the reverse direction. It was awesome. We downloaded Chaka Kan virtual guide service. It was fantastic. Really made our trip enjoyable and was luke having our very own tour guide with us. It was great to hear the history leading up to stops along the way and enjoy the Hawaiian music as we motored along. So many great stops. Going the reverse route you get to the good spots before All the tours and drivers get there coming the other way. Roads we very good. Take it slow and enjoy the ride! Great day!
Read more
Date of experience: February 2021
2 Helpful votes
Helpful
Share
Jhourdan M wrote a review Apr 8
2 contributions1 helpful vote
We took the trip on the road to Hana and it was an amazing experience. I would highly recommend booking a driver/ tour as this is not a drive I would personally want to make. Other that that there is lots to see and lots of opportunities for photos and the wet and dry sides of the island.
Read more
Date of experience: April 2021
1 Helpful vote
Helpful
Share
noname4082021 wrote a review Apr 6
San Jose, California2 contributions4 helpful votes
We have done the road to Hana before but did not make it past the bamboo forest to Waimoku falls because it was getting late and we did not want to drive back in the dark. On this trip, we wanted to make sure we made it to the Waimoku falls. We drove all the way in with no stops, hiked 1.25hrs in to the falls. Wow. It was so beautiful and photos do not do the falls justice. Took a short break and descended in no time. Totally worth it.
Read more
Date of experience: April 2021
3 Helpful votes
Helpful
Share
Scott N wrote a review Apr 6
Pocatello, Idaho28 contributions5 helpful votes
What a great way to spend a day or two! The Road to Hana is a drive worth planning on your trip to Maui. We have done it before and actually spent a full day plus part of another this time. Our favorite was the hike to the Red Sand Beach in Hana. The trail is is little challenging but the views are out of this world. The little cove protecting the beach allows for playing in the water without waves crashing on you. My wife loved that. We also went to Hamoa Bach and the Black Sand Beach. Each one is unique and worth the time to get in the water. The Pipiwai Trail to Waimoku Falls is a personal favorite. A fun 4 mile round trip hike worth every minute. The waterfalls all along the drive are spectacular. I love the Three Bears falls. Take the time to stop around mile 10 to jump from the waterfall into the pool to swim and and swing on the rope swing. The Eucalyptus Rainbow forest is so cool. My advice is rent a convertible and put the top down if you want to experience everything the Road to Hana has to offer!
Read more
Date of experience: March 2021
2 Helpful votes
Helpful
Share
Previous