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Reviewed January 20, 2020 via mobile

Okay, it was a great days drive, but the road is barely two lane with constant switchbacks so be aware and allow plenty of time. Lots of places to stop for photos on the way, beautiful views and waterfalls. Hana itself was comprised of a 100 year old general store across the street from the "town center" - post office, grocery store, craft store and a really good restaurant! Just allow plenty of time - 51 miles took over 3 hours, and then you have to make the same drive back...

Date of experience: January 2020
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Reviewed January 20, 2020 via mobile

Wonderful drive with many wonderful hikes and sites. Fill your tank with gas and take a waterbottle. Many advise you to pack a lunch......
I would advise you to take some snacks but there are some incredible places for for local food!

Recommend the GyPSy guide to Hana app for narration!!!

Date of experience: January 2020
1  Thank Tami W
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Reviewed January 20, 2020 via mobile

It's the journey not the destination kind of drive. Download on of the app guides and take it slow. Plenty to see and do as you drive the Road to Hana. Lots of waterfalls to see on the drive and a black sand beach which can't be missed. There are several roadside stands to try and don't forget to go pass Hana to Kipahulu to see the bamboo forest and the Oheo pools.

Date of experience: January 2020
2  Thank HistoryGirl85
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Reviewed January 20, 2020

Last did this about 10 years ago. Now quite a bit more busy, but just as beautiful. Much more to do in Hana now. Still worthwhile, but can get busy.

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Sam B
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Reviewed January 19, 2020

So I drove the Road To Hana today expecting to be blown away. All the travel guides rate this one of the 10 best in the world. As you head east towards Hana and pass Twin Falls, that’s when all the curves and one lane bridges start. FYI, the speed limit on my of the highway is only 15 mph, which is all you should go with how narrow the road is and all the blind curves.
The reason I say it’s over rated is because 90% of the road is forested and you can’t see a thing but trees. Yes there are beautiful waterfalls along the road, maybe 10-15 or so, but you can only stop at a handful of them. Also with most scenic drives I would expect pull out to see awesome views, nope. There are some really nice off shoots from the road like Ke’Anae, black sand beach and red sand beach.

Then there is the village of Hana. With all the hype over the road, I was expecting a small artsy town with several shops and restaurants, nope. I think they had like one actually restaurant and maybe 10 or so food truck food stands.

To summarize, if you go, keep ur expectation in check, this isn’t the PCH, Going to the Sun Road or The Great Ocean Road, just a really long winding road through a forest with some waterfalls.

Date of experience: January 2020
5  Thank oddthomas40
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