Some say there is no Heaven
but we know there is because it's right here
on Maui. And as the saying goes, "It's not
the destination, it's the journey".
The road to Hana will captivate
you with its eye popping waterfalls, untouched
forests and spectacular ocean views. If you
come to Maui to get away from traffic, don't
do Hana on the weekend; you'll think you're
on the New Jersey Turnpike. But don't blow
your horn (unless a sign tells you to), it's
considered very rude. Relax, what's the hurry.
Isn't that the point of coming to Hawaii. That
IS the point of the Road to Hana. So get into
the Spirit of Aloha. Enjoy your drive.
Enjoy a relaxed pace on the
road, but pull over often to wave local drivers
by—they’ve seen the sights before
and prefer to hurry home.
Allow a full day for
the trip, there are more waterfalls per mile
than anywhere else in the world.
Bring insect repellent,
a light jacket, lots of drinking water (don’t
drink from the streams), sunscreen and a hat.
You can get a bad sunburn even on cloudy days.
more film than you think you’ll
need! You'll probably use it all!
Stock up on snacks, supplies and gasoline
in Paia. The next gas station is 52 miles away—in