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Exploring the Road to Hana: 6 Must-See Spots Along the Way

Road to Hana

 

Along with a visit to Haleakala National Park, a tour covering the road to Hana is perhaps one of the most popular land activities in Maui. Saying that there’s a lot to see and do is basically an understatement; between sleepy towns, majestic waterfalls, and picturesque beaches, you’ll definitely need a day to fully enjoy what’s along this world-famous route.

 

You need at least a day to fully enjoy the beauty that comes with this adventure, and the best way to do it is to book a Road to Hana tour. It saves you the hassle of finding parking. Plus, you’ll get to concentrate on the sights along the way instead of the road. On an excursion like this, here are six sites that are going to be worth your time. Let’s take a closer look at the top six must-see spots along the Road to Hana tour.

Pa’ia Town

Pa'ia Town Windsurfers

 

Pa’ia Town is known as the windsurfing capital of the world. So, if you’re a thrill-seeker that wants to try your hand at windsurfing, this quaint town is the place to be. It is also home to various boutiques, restaurants, and art galleries that are worth checking out. If you’re going on the road to Hana on your own (that is, not on a tour), then stop by Pa’ia Town for breakfast and enjoy the local fare and ambiance.

Upper Waikani Falls

Upper Waikani Falls

 

Otherwise known as Three Bears Falls, the Upper Waikani Falls is home to three majestic parallel falls. It is known for being the most photogenic site along the Road to Hana tour, so make sure you have your camera out ready to snap some photos. Definitely an Instagram-worthy stop.

Ke’anae Peninsula

Ke'anae Peninsula

 

The Ke’anae Peninsula was created by lava a millennia ago and is also the site of a tsunami that hit in 1946. The tsunami ravaged everything in its path, except for the only surviving structure: an old stone church. Ancient Hawaiians cultivated taro on this spot, and the practice is continued today by local taro farmers.

Pua’a Ka’a State Park

Pua'a Ka'a State Park and Falls

 

Love swimming? Then you will love Pua’a Ka’a State Park. Here, you can sink into crystal-clear waters (depending on the weather, of course). It is also home of Pua’a Ka’a Falls, another notable waterfall location that is great for exploration and photos for your Instagram feed.

Black Sand (Honokalani) Beach at Wai’anapanapa State Park

Honokalani Black Sand Beach

 

If you’re looking for incredible views, look no further than Black Sand Beach. This state park offers marvelous ocean views and is known to be one of the most unique beaches on the island. Exploring Black Sand Beach, you will find mysterious caves, blowholes, and sea arches formed by lava rocks.

South Wailua FallsSouth Wailua Falls

Last but certainly not least, South Wailua Falls is a stunning waterfall on Maui That’s heavily photographed. It is the most accessible waterfall of all, with a lookout point just by the roadside. You won’t want to miss snapping photos of this striking waterfall during your Road to Hana Tour.

 

 

Maui  is known for being one of the most highly sought-after tourist destinations. If you’re lucky enough to plan a trip here, don’t forget to add the Road to Hana tour. Here, you will see some of the most amazing locations, from waterfalls to lush forests, crystal-clear beaches and more.

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