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We had a great trip to Hana. The road is very tight. Tons of spots that are one way, so be prepared to stop. There are lots of small side trips, make sure to take some of them. There are only a couple restrooms so...More
I don't remember being so tired after driving in my life, so many bad drivers in Jeeps and mustangs who never have seen narrow road like this one which meant you are stuck behind somebody who is clinching for his dear life....and still stopping where...More
This was one of my favorite parts of our week in Maui. We went to the National Park at the end to hike first then drove back stopping along the way. The park was beautiful but unfortunately the sacred pools were closed due to the...More
1) don't do it
2) really, don't do it if you get car sick or are just a nervous person in general like me
3) if you do it, have a good driver- I wouldn't have trusted anyone to drive me but my husband!
We stayed overnight in Hana so that we can enjoy the Hana Highway at a leisurely pace. We were able to stop at various waterfalls, hikes, food stands, gardens, and other cultural sights. We stayed at a hotel that had a beautiful ocean view of...More
We decided to drive there instead of joining the tour, and we downloaded the app called GyPSy Guide before we went. I think that was the wisest thing we did in this trip (in fact, we missed the guide after this trip)! The app was...More
We chose to drive ourselves to Hana early in the morning. We downloaded the Shaka Guide app. It was beyond it's 7 dollar worth. The app made our trip amazingly awesome. It told us where to go and cautioned us about our time spent. I...More
Allow plenty of time, start at 7am maximum to have time to wander a bit along the road. We start the tour at 9am (at Paia), and it was kind of too late. A lot of insight on the road. An advice: Take an App...More
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Try Hawaii Go or Maui Go app.. you don’t really need any app. There’s only one way up and one way back. Stop when you sees lots of cars by the roadside, there bound to be a tourist spots! When it’s halfway point to Hana, you... More
Try Hawaii Go or Maui Go app.. you don’t really need any app. There’s only one way up and one way back. Stop when you sees lots of cars by the roadside, there bound to be a tourist spots! When it’s halfway point to Hana, you will see Roberts Hawaii tour buses. When it’s the end, you will see the general store!