Road to Hana
Maui draws people back to its sandy shores again and again. It’s easy to get hooked on this beautiful place! But once you have visited the island multiple times, you might be tempted to think you’ve “done it all.” Not so! There are always some great new, off-the-beaten-path, unique Maui activities available here — hidden gems that await your discovery. For your bucket list, here are 20 activities you have probably NOT done on Maui. #maui #hawaii #travel
Wailua Valley State Wayside is a small park/lookout tucked into the cliffs a few miles past Keʻanae along the Road to Hana. A stop here will reveal sweeping views of Wailua Valley, the village below, and the whitecapped Pacific Ocean. Turn your focus inland, and you will be met with views of the enormous Koʻolau Gap.
The cabins at Waianapanapa offer a range of amenities that would be considered luxurious at other camping locations, such as a furnished kitchen/living room, bathroom, bedroom, electric 2-burner hotplate, microwave, and refrigerator. Each cabin can accommodate six people. For tent campers, amenities such as outdoor showers, picnic tables, drinking water, and fire pits can be found on the premises.
Pua’a Ka’a tops many visitors’ lists. Located at Mile Marker 22.5—roughly 40 (albeit serpentine) miles from Kahului—this ultra-green park features a pair of falls that, like the island itself, are nothing short of splendid. #roadtohana #hana #maui #hawaii #waterfalls #waterfallhike #hawaiian #hanamaui #travel #explore #adventure
The world-famous road to Hana is one of the must-do experiences when visiting Maui. We’ve rounded up all the road to Hana stops that we did on Maui’s epic coastal drive. Top stops to make. | The Planet D #RoadToHana #Maui #Hawaii | must do in maui | what to do on maui | road to hana maui | road to hana stops