Road to Hana
Experience epic views of Maui's beautiful coastline! The Road to Hana is a scenic highway (Highway 360) that twists through the lush rainforest and past the cascading waterfalls that line the island's eastern shore. This is one of Maui's main attractions - enjoy it with our experienced guide as you stretch and breathe and gain valuable insight into the land and culture of Hawaii! Here are some highlights:
- Hamoa Beach, just past mile marker 51 on the Road to Hana, is consistently rated as one of the most beautiful in east Maui. Crescent-shaped and family-friendly, it beckons water lovers with swimming, snorkeling and surfing.
- The Pools of Oheo Gulch, located within Haleakala National Park, are home to seven freshwater pools that run from the mountains to the ocean. They are called the Seven Sacred Pools for a reason; their calming splendor heightens enjoyment of the constant rumble of the ocean.
- Wai’anapanapa State Park, spread across 122 acres, is located near marker 32 on the Road to Hana. It features more than 30 Hawaiian historical sites, five caves and sea-sculpted lava shelves.
- Kaihalulu Beach, commonly known as Red Sand Beach, is a beautiful secluded cove on the eastern coast of Maui, just south of Hana Bay. Getting to this beach is a small adventure by itself but the reward waiting in the end is jaw-dropping.