Driving the road to Hana is easily a highlight a Maui vacation and for good reason. Along the way, the best stops on this road to Hana itinerary take you through tropical rainforest, past beautiful black sand beaches, and numerous road side waterfalls.

In this article, I’ll go over all the best stops on the road to Hana, answer any questions you have about driving the Hana Highway and give you some tips to enjoy a safe journey.

After I’ve listed the things to do on the road to Hana, I’ll add any useful guides that will help you in your travels to Maui. Prepare for a full day of waterfall chasing, fresh fruit tasting, and lava tube trekking as you embark on all the best road to Hana stops.

The road to Hana on Mai

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When I’m not traveling you’ll find me on Maui, a place I’ve been lucky enough to call home for over a decade. I’ve driven the road to Hana countless times and this should be on everybody’s itinerary while traveling Maui.

Next, you’ll find out about all the best stops on the road to Hana, where they are located, what to expect, how to prepare, and more. Just think of me as your personalized, local road to Hana guide.

🚗 Travel Tip:  If you would prefer to follow along to an audio tour I recommend the Shaka Guide!  The Shaka guide tours are great for independent explorers who want the freedom to explore on their own terms, but like to learn about the spots they’re visiting.

The tours use GPS to offer turn-by-turn directions and audio narration with stories and music.  This will leave you with a deeper understanding and connection to Hawaii.

The scenic road to Hana in Maui, HI

Best Road to Hana Stops/ Road to Hana Itinerary Quick List

Below I have listed a quick list of the best Hana Highway stops in order or if you will, a condensed road to Hana itinerary without the fluff. Okay, it’s a road to Hana highlights list.

If you would like more details of a specific road to Hana stop just click on the blue links below as that means I’ve written a detailed guide about it. These are the road to Hana stops in order coming from Paia to Hana.

  • Paia Town
  • Ho’okipa Beach Park
  • Twin Falls
  • Huelo Outlook
  • Painted Forest 
  • Waikamoi Ridge Trail
  • Garden of Eden
  • Kaumahina Wayside State Park
  • Ke’anae Peninsula
  • Keanae Valley Overlook
  • Honomanu Bay
  • Wailua Valley State Wayside

📌 Rather Not Drive Yourself? As you will find out, the road to Hana is a narrow, windy road, thus it can get stressful driving. Taking a Road to Hana Tour is great way to experience the beauty, learn about the area, and not have to stress about driving as you just have to sit back, relax, and take in the views. 

These are the best Road to Hana Tours to check out:

Before you drive the road to Hana

  • Rent a car. This is the best way to explore the island. Psst, another road trip on Maui is around West Maui, make sure you stop at these 15 top spots.
  • Fill up your tank in Paia. There won’t be anywhere to fill up for gas on the road to Hana.
  • Pack snacks and drinks for the ride, this is an entire days adventure.
  • Start early. The road to Hana gets crowded.
  • If you don’t bring snacks, there are plenty of places to get smoothies, juice or water on the road to Hana.
  • Download the Shaka Guide for the best self audio tour guide out there.
  • Enjoy your road to Hana itinerary.
  • To complete the road to Hana loop, read this article – the back road to Hana.

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The back road to Hana lined with palm trees

About the road to Hana

The road to Hana is a scenic highway that winds along the northeastern coast of Maui. It stretches over 50 miles from the town of Kahului to the remote village of Hana.

Known for its stunning natural beauty and diverse landscapes, the road to Hana is one of the most picturesque drives in the world. The road passes through lush rainforests, cascading waterfalls, dramatic cliffs, and pristine beaches.

As you journey along the best road to Hana stops, you’ll stop at various scenic viewpoints, hike to hidden waterfalls, explore botanical gardens, and discover historic sites.

This road to Hana itinerary is not just about reaching the destination but the drive itself. The road is narrow and winding, with numerous hairpin turns and one lane bridges, adding an element of adventure to the drive.

To get more specifics about the road to Hana (i.e. how long is the road to Hana, where does the road to Hana start) jump to the road to Hana Itinerary FAQ’s section.

Best Stops on the Road to Hana

Okay, now we can get to the good stuff. These are the best road to Hana stops in order starting from Paia.

 

Paia town on the road to Hana

Paia Town

  • 📍 Location: Paia
  • 🏖️ Highlights: Baldwin Beach, Flatbread Pizza Company, & Nylos Restaurant.

The first of the road to Hana stops you’ll come to is Paia town. Paia is a small, laid back town on the north shore of Maui. This is a great place to stop to fuel up with gas, grab a coffee or a hot meal. There are plenty of tasty restuarants in Paia to choose from.

If you’re looking for snacks, head to Mana foods to for the local, organic hot bar or snacks for the drive.

Ho'okipa Outlook in Paia Maui on the road to Hana

Ho’okipa Beach park

  • 📍 Location: Mile Marker 9
  • 🏄‍♂️ Highlights: Watch Surfers & Windsurfers

The second stop of the road to Hana stops will be the Ho’okipa beach park. Park at the top, it’s located just on the side of the road. The parking lot is visable and there’s also a sign pointing you in the right direction.

From the lookout where you parked, you’ll be able to see Ho’okipa Beach below. If theres a swell you can watch surfers and windsurfers get there fix. The lava formed coastline is breathtaking and worth a few pictures as the waves crash up against it.

Twin Falls a popular hike in Haiku, Maui
Twin falls the best stops on the road to hana with I'm Jess Traveling

Twin Falls

  • 📍 Location: Mile Marker 2
  • 💦 Highlights: Easy Waterfall Hike

Twin Falls will be next on the road to Hana stops, located on the right side of the road. This is a short walk/ hike to get to 2 flowing water falls where you can swim beneath them!

The first waterfall is about 5 minutes down the path. You’ll get an arieal view of the waterfall cascading down into a pool below. You can crawl down the side to be able to get into the cold water and relax while a waterfall gushes beside you.

The second waterfall is another 10 to 15 minutes continuing up the path. There are 2 different times where you will cross the stream so be careful as you step across the sometimes slippery rocks.

This waterfall is the biggest of the two and who doesn’t want to swim underneath a waterfall on their Hawaiian vacation. Don’t let the parking lot packed with cars turn you off, its a pretty big place and there are several sets of falls after the “Twin Falls”.

Because of the ease and family friendly trail this is a popular thing to do on the road to Hana. If you’re traveling with kids or want a trail with waterfalls that doesn’t require much effort, then Twin Falls is what you want.

Tips to Enjoy Twin Falls:

  • The trail isn’t paved so it has the potential to be very muddy
  • Bring a towel and swim suit if you’re planning on swimming in the pools
  • You can buy some delicious fruit smoothies and juices at the trailhead
  • Please respect the aina (land): throw away trash in rubbish bins, stay on the paths, respect the wildlife and plants.
  • Respect the people who live there. Return the generosity that they are showing you by allowing you to experience this beautiful area.
Huelo Outlook one of the best stops on the road to Hana

Huelo Lookout

  • 📍 Location: Between Mile Marker 4 & 5
  • 🍍 Highlights: Fruit Smoothies

Continue on down the road for a few miles and you’ll come to Huelo Lookout, which is on the left side of the road between mile marker 4 and 5.

The Huelo lookout is a cute fruit stand where you can bug fresh fruit crepes, smoothies, juices, and banana bread. Walk down the steps and you’ll be greeted with ocean views through a palm tree frame.

Rainbow eucalyptus on the road to Hana

Painted Forest

  • 📍 Location: Mile Marker 7
  • 🌈 Highlights: Rainbow Eucalyptus Trees

Next up on the road to Hana stops is the road to Hana rainbow trees a.k.a. the ‘Painted Forest’.  The painted forest is cluster of rainbow eucalyptus trees.

It’s located just before road to Hana mile marker 7 on the left hand side of the road. You’ll see other cars parked along the road. This is also where the bamboo forest hike begins.

📸 Photo tip: If taking a photo with an iPhone, use the panoramic vertically to get the whole shot of the rainbow eucalyptus trees.

One of the best stops on the road to Hana at the Waikomoi Trail

Waikamoi Ridge Trail

  • 📍 Location: Mile Marker 9
  • 🥾 Highlights: Easy hike on the road to Hana

On the right side of the road just past mile marker 9 is where you’ll find Waikamoi Ridge Trail. This is one of the best road to Hana hikes that doesn’t involve a waterfall.

This is a short road to Hana hike as the trail is directly where you pull off. It’s a quick trail that gives you a few decent views but the large beautiful trees you find along the path is the best part.

🥾 Read Next: Maui’s Best Hikes

The Garden of Eden on the road to Hana

Garden of Eden

  • 📍 Location: Mile Marker 10
  • 🦚 Highlights: Peacocks

The Garden of Eden will be next on the road to Hana stops if you have ample time. It’s a beautiful property full of gardens, flowers, and birds like peacocks and ducks.

There are short walking paths that snake throughout the farm. There are also several spots that havelookouts into the ocean, so yes, there’s plenty of opportunity for pictures.

When I was here last, the male peacock was putting on a show for us or should I say he was trying to impress his ladies. It cost $15 per person to enter or $12 if you are Kama’aina. Plus it supports local business.

The Coconut Cafe inside the Garden of Eden sells some quesadillas, acai bowls, wraps along with coffee and fresh smoothies and juices.

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    Kaumahina Wayside State Park

    • 📍 Location: Mile Marker 12
    • 🧻 Highlights: Proper Restroom

    If you need a restroom that isn’t a port-a-potty stop Kaumahina Wayside State Park. Bathrooms are open from 7-7 and there’s a cool lookout of Ke’anae Peninsula and a stretch of the Hana highway hugging the coastline.

    Honomanu Beach best stops on the Road to Hana-3-2

    Honomanu Bay

    • 📍 Location: Mile Marker 14
    • 🏝️ Highlights: Hidden Beach

    If your main objective on the road to Hana is finding hidden beaches then Honomanu Bay is your next stop. It’s worth a trip if you have a 4 wheel drive vehicle.

    The road to get down to Honomanu Bay is paved but can get muddy and it has many pot holes. At the end of the road is where you’ll find this picture perfect black sand Hawaiian beach.

    You’ll see the beach itself a from above before you’ll reach the enterance around mile markers 12 and 13. Go down the hill, across a one way bridge and on the way back up the hill you’ll see an opening in the trees on your left hand side directly after mile marker 14.

    There will probably be a few cars near the opening that will also help with finding the entrance. If you don’t have a four wheel drive vehicle it is possible to hoof it in.

    Go for the pictures and/or to stretch your legs as you continue the picturesque journey to Hana. We came on a perfect day and had the beach to ourselves.

    🏝 Read Next:  Maui’s Best Beaches 

    Ka'nae on Maui with I'm Jess Traveling

    Ke’anae Peninsula 

    • 📍 Location: Mile Marker 16
    • 🐋 Highlights: Volcanic Coastline

    One of the most beautiful stops on this road to Hana itinerary is Ke’anae Peninsula. This is a beautiful place to stop and watch the waves crash onto the volcanic coast line. There is plenty of parking making this one of the best road to Hana stops.

    Keanae Valley Overlook

    • 📍 Location: Mile Marker 17
    • 🌱 Highlights: Views

    Keanae Valley overlook is a stunning viewpoint that looks out over the Keanae Peninsula.There is a large shoulder on the left hand side of the road where you can pull off and snap a picture. You’ll be greeted with beautiful views of the ocean and countryside filled with taro patches.

    Three little bears waterfall on the road to Hana

    Upper Waikani Falls/ 3 Little Bears

    • 📍 Location: Mile Marker 19
    • 💦 Highlights: 3 Waterfalls

    Just after mile marker 19 you’ll see on the left hand side 3 waterfalls ranging is sizes of small, medium, and large. Appropriately named after the 3 little bears children’s story.If it’s been raining a lot and the water is flowing then it will be just one large papa bear.

    Wailua Iki Falls

    • 📍 Location: Mile Marker 21
    • 💦 Highlights: An adventurous Thing to do on the Road to Hana

    The Wailua Iki Falls are some of the best road to Hana waterfalls. Located just past mile marker 21 is where you can venture on a small hike to these hidden falls.

    There’s a gate and the trail/ dirt road starts here just after the mile marker sign. There is no parking so make sure you find a shoulder to pull off on before you reach the mile marker.From your car walk down to the gate. It’s about a 30 minute hike round trip from here.

    ⚠️ Warning:  Although this is Hawaiian state land,  the land is leased by the water company so technically you need permission from EMI to get to the waterfall.  Although not frequently checked this is still a hike at your own risk hike as if caught there could be a fine.

    Lava formed caverns on the road to Hana

    Ka’eleku Caverns

    • 📍 Location: Mile Marker 23
    • 🔦 Highlights: Go Spelunking

    The Kaeleku Caverns is a lava tube hidden on the side of the road on the road to Hana. This cave was formed by lava. Watch your head as you enter the cave.

    Located just after mile marker 23. The entrance is small but it opens up where you can stand. Don’t worry there’s no critters living in here and it sure is cool.

    Pua’a Ka’a State Wayside Park 

    • 📍 Location: Mile Marker 22-23
    • 🧻 Hightlights: Proper Restrooms

    Another necessary stop on this road to Hana itinerary is the Pua’a Ka’a State Wayside Park as this park contains another proper bathroom. The Puaakaa State Wayside Park will show up between mile marker 22 and 23.

    There’s also a waterfall nearby that you can jump in if you’re feeling saucy.

    👉 Road to Hana Itinerary Hidden Gem: Just before mile marker 25, there is a waterfall on the right hand side that you can jump off a cliff into if the water level is high enough.

    Nahiku restaurants stalls on the road to Hana

    Nahiku Marketplace

    • 📍 Location: Mile Marker 29
    • 🌮 Highlights: Tacos & Coffee

    There will be a string of food trucks/ cafes on your left hand side before you reach Hana that you can’t miss. This is the Nahiku Marketplace. This is the first town you’ll reach since Paia town, the first stop on this road to Hana itinerary.

    Nahiku Cafe sells coffee, smoothies and a few snacks. There’s a small gift shop, Nahiku Gallery. Island chef which has items like fresh caught Hana fish and coconut shrimp. And you can never go wrong with the island style taco joint.

    If you’re looking for a local Hawaiian food then opt for Lu’au’s. There is also a pizza and burger truck.

    🍜 Read Next: Best Places to Eat in Hana

    Waianapanapa State Park on the road to Hana

    Wai’anapanapa State Park | The Best Stop on the Road to Hana

    Another necessary stop on this road to Hana itinerary is the Pua’a Ka’a State Wayside Park as this park contains another proper bathroom. The Puaakaa State Wayside Park will show up between mile marker 22 and 23.

    There’s also a waterfall nearby that you can jump in if you’re feeling saucy.

    At last the star of the show and the top destination on this road to Hana itinerary is Waianapanapa State Park. A beautiful State Park that has cabins and camping facilities and is one of the most Beautiful Places to Visit in Maui.

    To add to the allure it is home to the impressive road to Hana black sand beach, Pa’iloa Beach. If the surf is up, you’ll be able to body surf the shore break and the blow hole will be showing off.

    There’s plenty to do inside the state park including the Hana Lava Tube, hiking the Waianapanapa Coastal Trail, the Hana Blowhole and more.

    There are also easy trails and hikes that take you around the park giving you panoramic views of all the beauty that Maui has to offer. Check out the articles below for more information about things to do at Waianapanapa State Park.

    ✏️ Travel Tip: As of March 2021 reservations in advance are now required to enter Wai’anapanapa State Park. Book a few weeks prior to visiting. Same day reservations are not permitted. You can reserve your spot here.

    Where to eat in Hana

    Hana Town

    • 📍 Location: Hana Town
    • 🌺 Highlights: Hana Hotel and Hamoa Beach

    Of course you can’t drive the road to Hana without stopping and checking out the town itself. Hana is a remote town in Maui that has a lot of character and charm.

    Although not much in size, strolling around you can find a couple general stores to buy supplies/food, a handful of food trucks, a few restaurants, and a gas station.

    There’s even a red sand beach in town but out of respect to the locals I’m not going to disclose the location in this post. If you’re staying overnight in Hana splurge for the Hana Hotel.

    For more information about planning your trip to Hana, check out the posts below.

    📚 Hana, Maui Travel Guides: 

    8 Epic Adventures in Hana 

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    Koki Beach

    • 📍 Location: Mile Marker 51
    • 🏄‍♂️ Highlights: Surf

    If catching the perfect wave is your main objective then head to Koki Beach. Sister beaches with Hamoa this beach has great surf and I don’t recommend swimming at this beach.

    Hamoa Beach in Hana

    Hamoa Beach | The Best Beach on the Road to Hana

    • 📍 Location: Mile Marker 51
    • 🏖️ Highlights: Long Sandy Beach & Views of the Big Island

    Just past Koki beach, is one of the best road to Hana stops, the beautiful Hamoa beach. This is my favorite beach in Hana. Not only does it give you clear views of the Big Island but it’s the best beach to go for a swim.

    This is a great family friendly beach in Hana. The whole shoreline is a sand bar meaning there’s no reef which makes it easy to get in and out of the water. Perfect if you are spending a few days on this part of the island.

    🧴 Travel Tip:  Respect the ‘Aina and do your part to help protect the ocean by only wearing reef safe sunscreen.  This is a requirement in Hawaii and should be around the world.

    Venus Pools in Hana Hawaii

    Venus Pools 

    • 📍 Location: Mile Marker 48
    • 💦 Highlights: Cliff Jumping in Maui

    A great place to go cliff jumping in Maui is at Venus Pools. There are several rocks that you can launch off of ranging in different heights. The highest being  upwards of 30 feet! 

    You could easily spend an entire afternoon here which is one of the reasons I always suggest staying a night or two in Hana. The swimming hole is tucked behind a black cobble stoned beach. When you are swimming around you can see the waves crashing against the shore.

    💦 Read Full Post:  Cliff Jumping at Venus Pool

    Wailua Falls Hana Hi

    Wailua Falls | An Iconic Road to Hana Stop

    • 📍 Location: Mile Marker 45 on Hawaii Route 31
    • 💦 Highlights: 80-Foot Waterfall

    One of the most iconic Hana waterfalls is Wailua Falls which can be seen from the side of the road past Hana town before the enterance to the Kipahulu District of Haleakala National Park.

    Wailua Falls is a majestic 80-foot waterfall and you can’t miss its spectacular beauty. You can walk down to the falls, the trail is short and has an easy path leading to a viewing platform.

    The Wailua Falls are a stunning example of how beautiful nature is and this shouldn’t be missed on your road to Hana itinerary.

    Waimoku Falls with I'm Jess Traveling-2
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    Haleakala National Park | A Road to Hana Itinerary Must Stop

    • 📍 Location: Kipahulu District of Haleakala National Park
    • 🎋 Highlights: Pipiwai Trail & Waimoku Falls

    The most popular and anticipated stop on the road to Hana is Haleakala National Park. Enterance to the park from this side of the island is the Kipahulu entrance.

    Inside this part of the park you can find Pools of Ohe’o or commonly known as Seven Sacred Pools and the start of my favorite hike on Maui the Pipiwai Trail.

    The Pipiwail Trail takes you past ancient banyon trees, through a cracking bamboo forest ends at the jaw dropping 400 foot Waimoku Falls and is one things to do on the road to Hana.

    🌋 Haleakala NP Guide: Haleakala National Park Tips & Tricks

    Banyan Tree on the Pipiwai Trail, one of the best hikes on Maui

    Road to Hana Itinerary Tips 

    • Yes the scenic drive is beautiful and is a tourist attraction. It is also a road that is used by locals as it’s the only one to and from town. This being said PULL OVER and let the locals pass. If they are riding your ass it’s not because they’re trying to be mean it’s their way of asking you to “let them pass.”
    • This should be obvious but pay attention to the road, your surroundings and other drivers. The last thing you’re want is to be in an accident in vacation.
    • Avoid sites located on or beyond private properties, and areas that lack visitor welcoming signage.
    • Park in designated parking stalls. Don’t be “that guy” and block the road for everybody.
    • Do not enter streams on occasions of heavy rains and flash flooding conditions.
    • Don’t expect much service, cell service and WIFI will be very limited on this journey.
    • Please respect the Aina (land)! Theres nothing that irks me more than to see litter and trash strewed about. Pack it in, Pack it out, its that simple!
    • Lastly a top road to Hana itinerary tip, Do Not park underneath a mango tree, those sweet things have an evil side! I accidentally parked under a mango tree while eating at the Thai restaurant in Hana town and a mango fell and smashed my windshield. 
    Road to Hana Itinerary FAQ's

    Road to Hana Itinerary FAQ’s

    What is the road to hana?

    The road to Hana is a scenic drive and is one of the most popular things to do on Maui. The Hana Highway (road to Hana) is made up of 52 miles of winding road, 59 one lane bridges, 620 road to hairpin turns and curves, as it snakes along the coast connecting Kahului to Hana town on the east side of Maui.

    How long is the road to Hana?

    How long is the road to Hana you ask? Well, the road to Hana is only 52 miles long. The drive time takes a typical tourist 2-4 hours to drive it one way without stopping and without traffic…which we all know doesn’t exist.

    BUT who wouldn’t want to visit these incredible road to Hana stops along the way?! Realistically the road to Hana drive time is about 10-12 hours depending how many times you stop.

    The road to Hana route takes you through lush rainforests, by flowing waterfalls, and offers jaw dropping seascape views. You’ll quickly see why driving the road to Hana is one of the most popular things to do on Maui.

    Can you drive the road to Hana in one day?

    Yes, most people drive the road to Hana in one day. However, I recommend driving the road to Hana in 2 days.

    This would entail spending a few nights in Hana. Thus you would have one full day driving the road to Hana and a day or two to enjoy other activities in Hana.

    Trust me, you’ll want to enjoy all that Hana has to offer. Venus Pools, the Pipiwai Trail, Haleakalā National Park, Wailua Falls, and Alelele Falls just to name a few.

    Where does road to Hana start?

    Technically the road to Hana starts in Kahului but the best road to Hana stops don’t appear until Paia town so that is where we will start on this road to Hana itinerary.

    Is the road to Hana dangerous?

    The road to Hana is as safe as anywhere but as with anything you should exercise caution. The Hana hwy can be challenging at times as there are many testing turns, one lane roads, and of course other vehicles.

    Make sure you give yourself ample time to enjoy this activity. This means taking your time, pulling over on the side of the road for others to pass (you will do this often for locals), etc.

    What is the Best Day to Drive the Road to Hana?

    There is no better day than the next to drive the road to Hana, although I would take these tips into consideration.

    Always check the wheather as you wouldn’t want to drive the road to Hana during a heavy rain because flash floods can happen and parts of the road can be swept away.

    Sundays and Thursdays are heavy travel days (arriving and leaving the island) so the road to Hana may be less crowded on these days.

    Start early to get the most out of your day. This is one of the best things to do in Maui on a budget.

    Can you drive the road to Hana with kids?

    Yes, the road to Hana is a great kid friendly activity on Maui. There’s plenty of fruit stands and waterfalls along the road to Hana that will keep them busy and full.

    Just be prepared with extra snacks, water and get informed on what stops have restrooms.

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    Final Thoughts on this Road to Hana Itinerary

    I am going to stop this road to Hana itinerary here because most people turn around here to head back home the way they came if they haven’t already turned around. It is possible to drive all the way around the backside of Maui on the reverse road to Hana.  

    If you choose to do this, know that many rental car company’s have a clause about this and don’t cover you if something were to happen. It’s a beautiful drive none the less.  

    If you’d like to learn about all the best stops on the backside to Hana you can check out this post – Driving the Backside to Hana. Regardless of what you choose, you know have bragging rights and can officially say “I survived the road to Hana”.

    If you have any questions, please ask me in the comments below 👇.

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