The Road to Hana is beyond great drive through a stunning area of Maui. Most tourists usually zip to and from Hana with a list of sights to click pictures. Unfortunately, this is not an ideal way to do it. The expert from Stardust Hawaii suggests a tour with an experienced local guide on a luxurious vehicle with large windows and only going to safe, legal, beautiful spots!
In order to really experience everything on your trip on the road to Hana, Maui, we help you to know more about the legends and history of the area. You will learn about the legendary stories from each we will take you, where Gods left their mark and where historic battles have been fought.
Stardust Hawaii plans a complete tour to Hana, including Hana highway waterfalls, an introduction to the best banana bread, Hana Hikes, Whale watching, incredible ocean views, swimming at a black sand beach, and driving through the “Grand Canyon” of Maui.
Our luxurious Mercedes sprinter minibus with a high roof with up to 14 passengers’ accommodations will give the best touring experience. Stardust Hawaii vehicles offer a stress-free ride, big panoramic windows, and climate-controlled interiors along the windy Road to Hana, Maui. You’ll spend much of the day driving, so relax. Also, don’t forget to pack a swimsuit! These luxury vans stop at places where you get the opportunity to swim in freshwater beaches on your trip for those who want to cool down.
When you join us on this vouge, we guarantee safety, fun, and good vibes. So don’t take chances, and trust Stardust Hawaii professionals.
Here is a list of tour routes where we will take you.
Hana Highway – Route 36
The Hana Highway is a 64.4-mile-long of Hawaii Routes 36, which connects Kahului to Hana in east Maui. Although Hana is about 52 miles from Kahului, it takes 2.5 hours for an uninterrupted car trip, as the highway is quite windy and narrow and comprises over 59 bridges, of which over 45 are just one lane wide. So when you confirm the road to Hana booking with an experienced guide from Stardust Hawaii, be sure to get the best touring experienced and an unforgettable escape. We are proud to say that most of our guests always wish to come back and plan another trip with us.
Ho’okipa Beach Park
If you have planned your trip during the winter, this spot should definitely be on your list! Known for great, big waves and windy routes, get a front seat on the best windsurfing on the island. Ho’okipa is a great spot to stop by and explore the best surfing in Maui. During winter, the waves get pretty massive. Maui is the hub for Kiteboarders and windsurfers due to constant wind.
Note: DO NOT SURF HERE if you are not experienced and are not able to go with the local.
Kamaaina State Wayside Park
This state park is among the first big stops on Road to Hana. You will want to stretch your legs along this spacious 7.8 acres. This Kaumahina State Wayside Park on your way to Hana brags a viewpoint with a beautiful view of Maui’s Northern coast. One of the best parts for most who stop here is that it has bathrooms! Apart from this, the park offers a picnic area and various tracks winding through the forest.
If you want a relaxing spot to get out, stretch your legs and learn new things, enjoy Keanae Point, a botanical garden about .8 miles away from the 16-mile marker. Ke’anae Point has an excellent arboretum, interesting history, and beautiful views. Unfortunately, the shore is rocky so you won’t get any swimming opportunities. The people of Ke’anae grow yams, taro, bananas, and other crops like their Hawaiian ancestors.
Upper Waikani Falls
People across the world are attracted to Hana for its wealth of waterfalls. The experts of Stardust Hawaii will take you to some of the beautiful waterfalls on the road to Hana. One of them is Upper Waikani Falls, which requires some serious trekking. Upper Waikani Falls is also known as Three Bears because of the three separate but parallel waterfalls of differing lengths, the third and smallest being the “baby bear,” which flows on the right.
Pua’a Kaa State Park
This stop offers a quick hike to a small waterfall, a small freshwater pool, and a picnic area and bathrooms. This is a great spot to stop, stretch your legs, and cool down with a quick swim. Don’t expect this to be a photo opportunity, but this is a great place to walk around a bit!
Wai’anapanapa State Park
The area near Wai’anapanapa State Park has a lot of history, legend, and stunning views. The black sand Beach is as attractive as can be. Wai’anapanapa means “water flashing rainbow hues” or “glistening water,” which accurately tells the contrast between the black, stone lava and the deep blue-greens of the ocean. The loop track takes you to the freshwater caves where some strong legends once lived.
Kipahulu, Haleakala National Park
This is well worth the drive, where you can spend a few hours; this part of Haleakala National Park includes Waimoku Falls, ‘Ohio Gulch, and the Pipiwai Trail. In addition, there are ancient Hawaiian ruins, camping, a visitor center, bathrooms, and Hana highway waterfalls..
Kaupo General Store
This little general store is one of the only stops you will come across on the back road to Hana for refreshments. It’s full of charm in the stunning remote Kaupo area of Maui. You will feel like you have traveled back in time.
This is not it; our list of tour routes on the road to Hana, Maui is long. Not only this, but we also have a different attractive package made for you to get the most out of your Maui vacation. We have something for people of all ages. So plan your next Maui escape with us. Visit our website to explore the tour packages.