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Actually for our family this was as far as we made it on Road to Hana. We were battling against car sickness from the beginning. We felt victorious that we made it this far. Our GyPSy Guide recommended the detour to see the peninsula. First...More
This is now probably my favorite place on earth! The beauty is astounding. As you approach the peninsula you can see the church that withstood the fury of nature so many years ago. Most people only stop here on the route for a bathroom break...More
The tour we were on, stopped here on the way to Hana for a restroom and snack break. There is a beautiful black rock beach, a lush green area with flowers and the old stone church, the only building to have survived a tsumani many...More
This was one of the most beautiful places we stopped on the road to hana. There is a place to grab a bite - we didn't but many did. There are multiple places to view and experience the waves crashing into the rocks. Just stunning....More
Our family were enjoying our trip on the Road to Hana although we were in a huge rainstorm for most of the way. We had arrived at this spot as the rain had let up and it was an opportunity for the youngster to get...More
Near mile marker #16 on Hana Road. Take the road on the left that leads to the village of Keanae.
The road is a little rough but at the end you are rewarded by a wonderful landscape of black lava rocks facing the ocean.
Amazing place to just soak on the beauty that Maui and Hawaii is, this is heaven for photography, at least for me, I love shooting photos with landscape, rain forest and the ocean. This is good place to stop and stretch your legs because there...More