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I live on the island of Maui and always bring visitors here because of its incredible beauty. The only problem is that it has become so popular that it is very crowded. The plus is that the park has been upgraded recently with new walkways,...More
This place has bathrooms, camping area, small beach and spectator standing / picture areas and a few benches for picnics.
The tough part is parking and finding your way down to the black sand beach. Its not as obvious as you would think. If you...More
The last time this volcano went off, it ran to the sea and created a pretty cool black sand beach. Plenty of FREE parking, but expect to have 100-200 people there most of the day. The snorkeling can be ok (depending upon the surf). Better...More
This was the highlight in our Road to Hana experience. It is worth the hike to continue on past the black sand beach and up into the lava rock towards the south (I think). There is such a beautiful contrast between the black, green and...More
My boyfriend and I visited this state park at sunset as we were staying the night in Hana nearby. It was absolutely beautiful with plenty of activities. Not only is there the black sand beach with a swimmable ocean, but a lava tube, and a...More
A must stop on the road to Hana. Nice walking trails, sea caves, beautiful rugged coastline and a very beautiful black sand beach. I will caution you, strong currents year round, so wade but there are must safer swimming beaches near Hana. Incredible beauty and...More
It all depends on what you want to see or do. Im assuming the cruise ship hits the west side of Maui, which would stretch the Hana road trip into a definite all day event. A long day. Depending on how much shore time you... More
It all depends on what you want to see or do. Im assuming the cruise ship hits the west side of Maui, which would stretch the Hana road trip into a definite all day event. A long day. Depending on how much shore time you have, going up and down the west coast of Maui to shop, eat, sight see would be just as fun. I would find out how much time you have ashore and try to get as much fun in as possible. Which may involve doing more on the western coast which is easier to get around. If you have LOTS of time, even hopping on one of the tour buses to Hana would at least allow you to enjoy the view instead of driving. Have fun either way.
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The Road to Hana is paved and not a problem for rental cars. The biggest issue with the road is it is a tight squeeze in some places, with plenty of one-lane bridges. Just take it slow, watch out for other people, and you... More
The Road to Hana is paved and not a problem for rental cars. The biggest issue with the road is it is a tight squeeze in some places, with plenty of one-lane bridges. Just take it slow, watch out for other people, and you will be fine.
The stops we enjoyed most were: the Keanae Peninsula and Wai'anapanapa State Park. Both had gorgeous scenery! The side road to Keanae and the entrance to Wai'anapanapa were both a little rough, but manageable in a rental car.