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Hana Highway - Road to Hana

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Hana Highway - Road to Hana

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Road to Hana Day Trip
US$139.99 per adult
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Full Day Road to Hana Adventure Tour with Pickup
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Small-Group Road to Hana Luxury Tour
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Ultimate Hana Full-Day Adventure Tour
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Road to Hana Adventure
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Epic Road to Hana Waterfall Adventure
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Waterfall & Rainforest Hiking Adventure with Hotel Pickup
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Clear Kayak and Snorkel Adventure from Kihei

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Get a new perspective on life under the sea with this adventure, which includes a clear kayak ride and a snorkeling trip. You'll head out to Makena Landing Park in Wailea, where you'll get to spot all sorts of local life, including coral and fish; if you're lucky, you might even see a sea turtle.
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Mary C wrote a review Yesterday
Fairbanks, Alaska17 contributions
We drove out to Hana and then all the way around Haleakala and are so glad we did it. This was my second trip. The first was 35 years ago and I remember that we drove past Hana a little way and then decided to turn around (rental car and all). This time I was prepared with an SUV and we decided to push forward. I'm so glad we decided to do that because the most spectacular part of the journey is after passing the Haleakala National Park. I loved that after passing through the rainforest, then driving right along the wild rocky coastline we emerged at the dry side of the island with a sweeping vista of Haleakala and gorgeous yellow grasslands. We also drove to the summit of Haleakala that day so we were worried about finishing the trip before dark and didn't stop as much as I would have liked. If I could do it again I would start very early and plan to stop at more places. If you can rent an SUV or jeep it is possible to have confidence on the roughest part of the road. For me the experience was exhilirating.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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H B wrote a review 19 Jan
Wichita, Kansas3 contributions
WARNING car break-in Jan 1, 2021. Our window was smashed and they grabbed 3 "day packs" aka backpacks we had in the car. Near the first sites on the Road to Hana between mile markers 6-7. I had briefly read about car break-ins and made sure to carry our valuables, wallets, phones ect... with us. I overlooked that they will smash for any kind of bag. So our dry clothing, athletic shoes ect. were taken. The kicker, my makeup bag which (unknowing) held my wedding ring. The police are numb to car break-ins and there is no plan or will to stop it from happening again. It also cost us half of day of our vacation to report and make changes with the rental company. One officer equated this crime to visitors trespassing as if two wrongs make a right. If they care about up holding law they can do something about both issues. Hana Highway is a unique experience, beauty all around, worth the effort if you can commit at least a full day. My kids needed dramamine for car sickness. BUT take only what you can carry, leave NOTHING in the car! Some say even roll down the windows so they don't get smashed. Waiʻānapanapa State Park (black sand beach) and National park Pipiwai Trail & Pools were our favorites. The national park had 3 park police officers near the parking areas and other park rangers up the trail, I think they were serious about keeping travelers safe in that location.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Anngie E wrote a review 16 Jan
Troy, Missouri23 contributions8 helpful votes
Drove the road to hana in a Chevy camaro with the top down. Stops along the way for black sand beaches and waterfalls. The road is definitely everything they say it is! We went on past Hana to the 7 sacred pools before turning around. It is a must do while in Maui!
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Eric S. wrote a review 15 Jan
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I love going to Hana. The drive is a bit tedious, but definately a place to spend the day at. A couple of helpful tips if you plan to drive yourself.... 1) if you see a "local" vehicle and can let them pass... do so. 2) Please try to be respectful when you are on that side. be mindful of other people, make sure trash goes where it is supposed to, and remember some places are not "public" to visit, so again enjoy yourself but being respectful will get you a LONG way over there. With that said, plenty of options for food, and recreation. they even have places to stay over there (book in advance). My family and I try to go pretty frequently since we live on island, and I have always had good experiences over there. I would bring cash as well as card, because some only take cash. It should take you most of the day no matter where you stay.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Chodo wrote a review 13 Jan
Phoenix85 contributions26 helpful votes
We expected an incredibly narrow, winding, pothole road that would be brutal to drive. Instead, we found a well-paved road that was sometimes a bit narrow, with an occasional pothole, but was overall so much fun to drive. The road changes after the town of Hana as you travel to O'heo Pools in Haleakala NP and lives up to the worst you might expect. But the distance is relatively short. We drove to Hana and spent 2 nights. Very different from Wailea where we stayed. Saw the greatest sunrise at the respectable hour of 7AM.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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