The Road to Hana
The "Road to Hana" drive is a must do while on Maui. Spend the day exploring waterfalls, lava caves, black and red sand beached, swimming in fresh water pools and just plain having fun. The 52 miles of paradise with 620 curves and 56 one-lane bridges, is a scenic delight.
Remember: its's all about the journey - the more prepared you are the more enjoyable it will be. Check out our "Tips & Essentials" Section for the best experience possible on your adventure to Hana.
Tips and Essentials Blog
Go Slowly and Take Your TimeIt's all about the Journey when it comes to this drive. Make sure you stop along the way to check out the waterfalls, tropical flowers and the amazing views of the coast. Its breathtaking.
GET THE 411:It's always a good idea to ask about the drive before you head out. Every morning Hana Picnic Lunch Company checks weather, roads, and events on the road to Hana. Stop on by(we open at 7am) to get the latest info
Grab A Box LunchWhile there is banana bread and a few fruit stands along the way, there are no restaurants until Hana, so it's a good idea to grab a box lunch. Pa'ia is your best place to stop and, again Hana Picnic Lunch Company has you covered - great smoothies, too!
Bring A Tour Guide Along With YouIf you're taking a guiding tour with a company like Valley Isle Excursions, your tour guide will make sure you don't miss a thing. But if you're driving yourself, be sure to grab a Hana CD Tour, pop it in your car stereo, and you won't miss a single water or important stop along the road.