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Hana Highway - Road to Hana

Route 36, Maui, HI
+1 808-661-8687
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Route 36, Maui, HI
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Reviewed yesterday

Prepare for people in convertibles tailgating you for 5 hours. Prepare to let the convertible behind you pass only for another one to to continue tailgating you. Prepare for no parking spots at any of the places you want to stop. Prepare for people thinking...More

Thank Kipp7272
Reviewed yesterday

Scenic Route – Road to Hana Enjoy the cascading waterfalls, luscious rainforest vegetation and streams and pools, The cliffs are spectacular with deep gorges and beautiful flowers and bamboo jungles. If you are a beach fan you will enjoy the beautiful white and black sandy...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We had a great day on road to Hana- swam in pools with waterfalls, walked through lava tube, went to black sand beach and more. We hired a guide to take us in our rental car and we're so glad we did. He was so...More

Thank KaraAD
Reviewed 2 days ago

There are many things to do on this beautiful island but don't waste your time on the Road to Hana. The bushes and trees along this road blocked the views of the coastline. We were there in May and there was very little water running...More

Thank flbarb100
Reviewed 2 days ago

Wonder way to spend a day. It can be done in less, but one would be wise to plan on that much time. Wonderful views at every turn. Make sure to take some rain gear if you feel you might melt. Fill up with gas...More

Thank Bob R
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Really a must do on Mauai, so many beautiful places and spots along the road, just beautiful. We recommend to really start early to have enough time!!

Thank K1ng89
Reviewed 2 days ago

Unless you have lots of time and nerves of steel, book a tour and let someone else do the driving. We did a ships tour...."Road to Hana" and are very glad we did. Having someone else drive, let us enjoy the adventure in a relaxed...More

Thank parrottdize
Reviewed 3 days ago

We did this trip on a Sunday. We hit the road by 8am from our hotel. The views were so beautiful. We did it in a convertible and it lets you take everything in. Parts of the road are very narrow with blind curves and...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Road to Hana was amazing. Make sure to leave early, and stop when you can. This trip took us 15 hours. The road is a little scary, but we'll worth it, just take your time.

Thank Justien B
Reviewed 3 days ago

Driving the road to Hana is a must do when staying on Maui. The scenery is second to none and the narow road with all the winding and sharp corners culminated with 60+ single lane bridges is enough to get the adrenaline flowing. The banna...More

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MrsKordell
Hello - is the Road to Hana one lane in each direction or just one lane from start to finish? We heard that Mile 39 is currently closed and wanted to see if there was an option to turn back around before then. Thanks!
May 1, 2017|
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Response from DanaTunno | Reviewed this property |
I visited Maui on February 2017. There are section of the road with one lane only but manageable if you have a Jeep or other terrain type vehicle. I cannot comment about mile 39.
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amyj098
I'm planning a trip to Maui at the end of July. Our flight from the mainland arrives at 12:45pm on a Friday. Would it be feasible to make the drive to Hana that afternoon, straight from the airport? My tentative plan is to stay one night in Hana and then head for the west side for the remainder of our stay the next day (after exploring the Hana area a little bit of course). I'm not sure about making the drive immediately after the long flight from the mainland though. Thanks for the input!
April 12, 2017|
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Response from Jolina L | Reviewed this property |
I would advise against it. It's about a couple of hours drive and since you're tired from the flight, you'll probably just zoom by all the attractions trying to get to your lodging. The Road to Hana is the journey itself and... More
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Kirk G
What a shame that you stopped at mile marker 15. Had you made it to #16.5, you would have found a free arboretum to walk into. Every plant is labled for a half mile paved path back to a quaint little farm and picnic table. Just 1/8 mile farther is the turn off to Keane Point, complete with Auntie's Banana Flip stand, restrooms, and the biggest breakers you have ever seen splashing over the black basalt breakwater boulders. The wind and waves make this a SPECIAL place, and the convenient point to turn around and head back. So sorry you didn't do better research about what the road has to offer!
April 10, 2017|
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Response from Werner B | Reviewed this property |
Actually Kirk, we had done research, even had a GPS enabled app guiding us. The arboretum at 16.5 was jammed with buses and cars - no parking for a half mile in either direction. Plus, as movie buffs, we wanted to see "the... More
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