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All reviews road to hana one lane bridges leave early seven sacred pools banana bread garden of eden the black sand beach take your time hairpin turns gypsy guide gypsy app beautiful drive waianapanapa state park bamboo forest oheo gulch twin falls pull over
Loved this trip! So many beautiful views to see! You won't be disappointed! It's pretty much an all day event. Bring jacket if you have convertible, gets cooler out of the sun in parts of the rainforest.
Our hotel arranged this trip via Skyline Hawaii.
It was an early pick up around 7am with the full trip lasting 12 hours. It’s a long day but worth it to see the island in all its glory.
Our driver/guide was Mana whose knowledge, enthusiasm...More
The road to Hana is a must for fledgling visitors. Get the speaking tour app for your phone, start early, and make a day of it. We saw, and experienced, so much of the island in this first day, and the audio tour app ensured...More
We just got back from Maui where we drove round the entire coast in our sub-compact rental car without any issues. The views were fantastic and the highways uncrowded with the exception the Paia to Hana section. Yes, the roads are narrow and the speed...More
Narrow roads and hairpin turns make driving the Road to Hana a "white knuckle" experience. But it's the beautiful views and changes in landscape that make the drive rewarding. It's a slow drive (often not getting over 10-15 MPH) so sit back and enjoy.
We had a great trip to Hana. The road is very tight. Tons of spots that are one way, so be prepared to stop. There are lots of small side trips, make sure to take some of them. There are only a couple restrooms so...More
I don't remember being so tired after driving in my life, so many bad drivers in Jeeps and mustangs who never have seen narrow road like this one which meant you are stuck behind somebody who is clinching for his dear life....and still stopping where...More
This was one of my favorite parts of our week in Maui. We went to the National Park at the end to hike first then drove back stopping along the way. The park was beautiful but unfortunately the sacred pools were closed due to the...More
1) don't do it
2) really, don't do it if you get car sick or are just a nervous person in general like me
3) if you do it, have a good driver- I wouldn't have trusted anyone to drive me but my husband!
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Try Hawaii Go or Maui Go app.. you don’t really need any app. There’s only one way up and one way back. Stop when you sees lots of cars by the roadside, there bound to be a tourist spots! When it’s halfway point to Hana, you... More
Try Hawaii Go or Maui Go app.. you don’t really need any app. There’s only one way up and one way back. Stop when you sees lots of cars by the roadside, there bound to be a tourist spots! When it’s halfway point to Hana, you will see Roberts Hawaii tour buses. When it’s the end, you will see the general store!