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Enjoy some of our favorite Hana videos and Road To Hana videos. Some share tips and local knowledge, others are scenic and share spots worth checking out.
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Features of our Hana Videos
The following are a few things you may see in the videos above.
Rainbow Eucalyptus Trees
These incredible trees can be found at the beginning of the trip to Hana. You’ll find them shortly after you pass twin falls and the bamboo forest.
Honomanu Bay is a beautiful spot with a beach area only accessible with a 4×4. This black pebble beach area is a great spot for photos. Ching’s Pond
This is a simple and small waterfall with an old bridge over it. Don’t swim hear as it is used for irrigation.
This charming little local village is nestled far away from town. You get great views of it from above.
Maui ToursThis waterfall is right off of the road on the the right side. It will either be flowing with lots of water or drizzling like in the video.
From the Oheo Gulch you can take a hike to see incredible waterfalls from 200 feet +. At the top of this waterfall is a still pool (do not swim in this pool! People have died from being swept over it.)
There are many different and connecting bamboo forests in and on the way to Hana. One of the more impressive ones can be found along the Pipiwai Trail.
At the end of the long Pipiwai trail you come to one of the tallest and more impressive waterfalls in Hawaii. Hamoa Beach
Just past Hana you’ll find Hamoa Beach, a beautiful sandy beach rich with history.
‘Ohe’o Gulch (Seven Sacred Pools)
The Ohe’o Gulch is part of the Haleakala National Park and allows for visitors to swim and hike around many pools and waterfalls.
The Backside of Haleakala
The South East portion of Maui is a great place to visit, though very quiet. You can drive around the backside of Haleakala from Hana to see the dryer, more desolate part of Maui. Be aware that this portion of road does not connect to the Wailea/Kihei area. Rather it takes you Upcountry through Kula and Makawao to Kahului. It still may take as long to get home to the south or west side of Maui this way (without the many curves of the first part of the Road to Hana, you make good time.)