The Road to Hana is a legend. Miles of twists, turns, lush rainforest, scenic ocean vistas, waterfalls, flowers, and the unexpected at every turn. A journey not to be missed. Drive it yourself or just enjoy the ride in a guided van tour.
Address: 20.661458,-156.045299 (map)
* Numerous pools and waterfalls
* Great hikes
* Historical site and heaiu nearby
* Beautiful, picturesque setting
* Portable toilets
* Large, gravel parking lot
* Concessions usually available on the weekends
* No lifeguards
* Use extreme caution before jumping into the pools - check for hidden rocks and depth of pool first
* NEVER dive into the pools
* Lava rock is VERY slippery when wet - wear beach shoes for protection and safety
* Bring water
* 1/2 mile loop trail leads to the Seven Sacred Pools
* Flash flooding is possible. Monitor weather conditions at all times and be prepared to leave the area quickly in case of a flood.
Address: 648 Wharf Street
Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii 96761 (map)
An oddly eclectic mix of history, restaurants, T-shirt shops, fine art galleries and gold-by-the-foot, Lahaina is the quintessential “old-time-sea-town-turned-tourism” with a uniquely Maui twist.
8. Kama'ole Beach Park (I, II, III & Charley Young)
Address: Maalaea Harbor (map)
leaves at 1:30 from Maalae Harbor and is back by 5pm.
adults are $35.95 (plus $6 for BBQ lunch - optional).
Snorkel gear is included and flotation devices
55ft glass bottom.
Here's two different sites that talk about the trip (their prices are different):