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Absolutely worth the time to stop and spend at least a couple hours here. Strong swimmers only beyond the drop off, and you can't swim very far out. The little cove is beautiful and you can wade in the water and feel the waves. Bathrooms,...More
2.4 miles north of Hana, onto Waiʻanapanapa Road at the large wooden sign and drive ½ mile to the large parking area for Waiʻanapanapa State Park (free entry). Warning: Waiʻanapanapa Road, especially the last 200 yards, is in very rough shape; maneuver carefully to dodge...More
Stopped while on Road to Hana tour. Beautiful lava rock formations in water. Several people enjoying the beach and all looked to be having a great time. Since this was on a Sunday, it seemed to very popular with the locals. Park area could have...More
This is where we got to see the black sand beach that everyone talks about on the Road to Hana. It was beautiful and my husband was brave enough to jump into the ocean for a minute. It was windy when we were there and...More
We are so glad we stopped at this park to take in the gorgeous views of the black sand beach below. We didn't go down to the beach this time. The area has some very nice paved trails. Definitely stop here on the Road to...More
A very beautiful place to visit. But getting the orientation to the park takes time and most people want to look for the rest rooms first of all and they are some distance away from the parking. The queues (for ladies) were quite long. This...More
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We did the whole Road to Hana, starting in Kaanapali and took even the back part to return back to Kaanapali. we left at 6:30am and did not get back until after dinner. We took our time and stopped pretty well at every... More
We did the whole Road to Hana, starting in Kaanapali and took even the back part to return back to Kaanapali. we left at 6:30am and did not get back until after dinner. We took our time and stopped pretty well at every waterfall, the Black Beach, even into a small village to see a very, very old church. It is a full day of sightseeing. The road itself on the way to Hana is not bad at all, yes lots of one lane ,bridges, lots of switch backs, but all easy to maneuver. beside you can't even drive over 25 miles an hour. But slow is good. Going early keeps traffic behind you. We were in a rental vehicle and they allowed us to use it on the Road to Hana.
Taking the back road instead of doubling back....was not good for about 10-15 miles...the rest was good highway driving and beautiful ocean views. It was actually the only time I go nervous the whole day was on the one stretch of road of the back side!