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Okay, so the infamous “very dangerous” road to Hana. We did it on our own in a Jeep, top off and windows down. This was the most amazing part of our Maui vacation. The Jeep, the wind blowing, the views, everything! You can see waterfalls...More
We made the trip to Hana and the Beyond. Not an easy drive but not as scary as we were told. Hard to stop to look at attractions as there is very poor parking and you must be vigilant for pedestrians. We bought an on...More
It’s not the final destination, it’s the journey. Stop a few times along the long road where everyone else is stopping and hike around & jump in the water (check for rocks before you jump). Stop at the State Beach before you get to Hana...More
Pack a lunch and a lot of water. The trip will be long but extremely enjoyable. Views are 5* along the way. This is remote, so services are somewhat limited. The way to Hana has roads that curve back and forth. So if you are...More
What a ride! Dad driving us 5 kids and mom in the white Dodge rental minivan! It was a breakneck adventure of single lane bridges, swinging on vines, hiking through the jungle, and swimming under waterfalls!
But in all reality, this is a great trip....More
If you have only a few days in Maui I would recommend to relax or to take other tours. If you have more time you can take the road to Hana. Please select your stops carefully. Most of them are quite boring. A must is...More
It’s a winding often single lane road. We had a few close calls but made it safely home to our condo. Many of the water falls weren’t visible from the road and the drought has decreased the number of water falls.
The road side bread...More
This is a must do when going to Maui. Highly recommend using the Hana app from Gypsy Guide. It makes it so easy. Breathtaking views and stops. Keep in mind many stops are off the beaten path. Always have cash along the way. Few stops...More