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Everyone told us, "when you visit Maui, you must take the road to Hana." We did see some beautiful scenery, waterfalls, beaches, etc. but if you suffer from any kind of motion sickness, this trip is not for you. There are so many twists and...More
Passed by Paia, didn't seem like there was much to see. Stop at Nihiku Marketplace for lunch at the bbq place (really juicy chicken, pork was good too, so i recommend getting the combo), Waianapanapa State park was worth a visit, skipped the twin fall...More
The saying "its more about the journey, and not the destination" really fits here. Enjoy the journey - enjoy the drive. Stop and admire nature at every turn. The drive is a "must see" - and I disagree with everyone about how difficult it is...More
After some reflection this was my favorite part about Maui - and I tried to see it all during my 8 days. This drive is exhilarating. You have a ton of up-and-down on a road that frequently narrows (often on bridges and areas of construction)...More
Definitely plan a full 8 hr day and start early to mid morning, if you plan on stopping at all the waterfalls and photo op sites. And if you plan to go all the way around, add another 2-4 hours, but be aware the roads...More
The road to Hana from the airport side is very very windy, if you get car sick this is not the trip you want to go on, mile markers which indicate waterfalls and places of interest, because of the narrow road and many 1 lane...More
I have driven from coast to coast in Canada, United States and Europe.
I cannot stress enough the driving experience required to navigate through to the "Road to Hana". DO NOT take this road lightly. Even the "Locals" leave really early to get through to...More
Do yourself a favor: hire someone to do this for you. You and your family will enjoy it all MUCH more. The tour cost for 3 of us was pricey, however, once we realized just how strenuous it would have been to drive to Hana...More
We did the trip in early October in a rental car. Started from Kihei at about 7 am with the gypsy tour guide as the third companion which was great. All the intresting sights & related details were pointed out to us in advance letting...More
Everyone says to leave early, problem is lots do and there are lots of people stopping at all the markers on the way down. We left about 10am from Wailea and drove through to Hana, picking what we wanted to see on the return drive....More
Yes you can do just part of it. Charles Lindbergh's grave is as far as you can go in your rental car without voiding the contact. If you want to do the whole thing do so as part of a tour. I suggest doing it as part of a... More
Yes you can do just part of it. Charles Lindbergh's grave is as far as you can go in your rental car without voiding the contact. If you want to do the whole thing do so as part of a tour. I suggest doing it as part of a tour anyway since some of the parts are tricky to drive and it's so beautiful you don't want to miss anything which you will if you are driving.