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20 trong vòng 5 km
2.3 km$$ - $$$ • Đồ ăn nhanh • Thịt nướng • Món kết hợp
Hana Fresh Farm Stand
2.4 km$ • Đồ ăn nhanh • Kiểu Hawai • Phù hợp với người ăn chay
Garden Gourmet Cafe
2.6 km$ • Đồ ăn nhanh • Kiểu Mỹ • Kiểu Thái
3 km$$ - $$$ • Đồ ăn nhanh • Kiểu Mexico • Kiểu Việt
Thai Food By Pranee
3.7 km$ • Đồ ăn nhanh • Kiểu Á • Kiểu Thái
The Preserve Kitchen + Bar
3.6 km$$$$ • Kiểu Mỹ • Kiểu Hawai • Phù hợp với người ăn chay
Ka'uiki Dining Room @ Travaasa Hotel
3.6 km$$$$ • Kiểu Mỹ • Tùy chọn đồ ăn không có gluten
3.6 km$$ - $$$ • Kiểu Mỹ • Quầy bar • Quán rượu
Hana Hotel Main Dining Room
3.6 km$$$$ • Kiểu Nhật • Kiểu Mỹ
Ae's Thai Kitchen
3.9 km$ • Đồ ăn nhanh • Kiểu Á • Kiểu Thái
Điểm du lịch
22 trong vòng 5 km
Honokalani Black Sand Beach
0.7 kmBãi biển
0.8 kmThác nước
Red Sand Beach - Kaihalulu Beach
3.9 kmBãi biển
ONO Organic Farms
2.3 kmNông trại
3.5 kmĐài kỷ niệm & tượng
2 kmNông trại
3.7 kmVùng nước • Đi xe ngắm cảnh
2.4 kmChợ nông sản
4.4 kmĐịa điểm lịch sử • Địa điểm tôn giáo
Pua'a Ka'a State Park
3.6 kmCông viên bảo tồn quốc gia
We are driving the road to Hana starting around 6:30 am. Wanting to know how long it will take to get to Wai'anapanapa State Park so I know when to make a reservation.
I think you could be there by 12 noon comfortably. The time slot before might not give you as much time.
We have a campervan campsite reservation in a few weeks. I heard that the gates close early and that we need to be in the park by a certain time... can someone verify if this is true for reserved guests as well and if so what time we need to be in the park by?
We had a camper van reservation in December and got there about a half hour after the sun went down and they were just closing the gate, we didn't realize this happened either. The staff was there for a while after we got there tho. Either way I recommend getting there before the sun goes down because the Road to Hana is terrifying in the dark with the locals heading home and stuff.
Staying at kph but do not want to do whole road to hana how far from us is it worth it aand hope winey of road to get there
We did the whole Road to Hana, starting in Kaanapali and took even the back part to return back to Kaanapali. we left at 6:30am and did not get back until after dinner. We took our time and stopped pretty well at every waterfall, the Black Beach, even into a small village to see a very, very old church. It is a full day of sightseeing. The road itself on the way to Hana is not bad at all, yes lots of one lane ,bridges, lots of switch backs, but all easy to maneuver. beside you can't even drive over 25 miles an hour. But slow is good. Going early keeps traffic behind you. We were in a rental vehicle and they allowed us to use it on the Road to Hana. Taking the back road instead of doubling back....was not good for about 10-15 miles...the rest was good highway driving and beautiful ocean views. It was actually the only time I go nervous the whole day was on the one stretch of road of the back side!
How long is the hike and how difficult ? The main hike to beach, blowhole, lava tube etc
Access to the blowhole is a bit further away than that to the beach; probably about a 15 minute walk to the former, and a 5 minute walk to the latter. Easy walks, however.
I'm thinking about renting a car instead of going on a shore excursion (Road to Hana is 9hrs) from the cruise ship. Would you advise it? I will have my 16 yr old granddaughter with me. Do you think there are other places we could go to with a rental car?
It all depends on what you want to see or do. Im assuming the cruise ship hits the west side of Maui, which would stretch the Hana road trip into a definite all day event. A long day. Depending on how much shore time you have, going up and down the west coast of Maui to shop, eat, sight see would be just as fun. I would find out how much time you have ashore and try to get as much fun in as possible. Which may involve doing more on the western coast which is easier to get around. If you have LOTS of time, even hopping on one of the tour buses to Hana would at least allow you to enjoy the view instead of driving. Have fun either way.
We will be on Maui later this month and want to drive the Road to Hana. How safe is it to rent a car and drive this highway? We are used to driving in our North Carolina mountains. Bob Mullings, Reidsville, NC
The Road to Hana is paved and not a problem for rental cars. The biggest issue with the road is it is a tight squeeze in some places, with plenty of one-lane bridges. Just take it slow, watch out for other people, and you will be fine. The stops we enjoyed most were: the Keanae Peninsula and Wai'anapanapa State Park. Both had gorgeous scenery! The side road to Keanae and the entrance to Wai'anapanapa were both a little rough, but manageable in a rental car.
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