Nor is there any road like the Road to Hana. The journey to heavenly Hana, Maui begins with a 52 mile enchanting drive along hairpin turns and 59 bridges. Along the way you will discover cascading waterfalls, black sand beaches, and lush rainforests. The usual stops include a refreshing dip at Ohe`o Stream and Pools, legendary windsurfing at Hookipa Beach (whether you are a participant or observer), and waterfall gazing at Wailua Falls, Puuohokomoa Falls, and Waikani Falls. These majestic views and terrain pave the way to untouched beauty in Hana, Maui.

The lush tropical beauty and unspoiled nature in Hana, Maui are unsurpassed by other, more popular Hawaii travel destinations. The pristine terrain and authentic culture of Hana will take you back in time and provide an idea of what the rest of Maui was like years ago.

Explore the tropical biodiversity that is rich in Hana, Maui. The native flora and fauna developed in isolation in the volcanic soil that formed the islands, while new species occasionally arrive via wind, water, wings or foreign explorers.  The unique Canoe Plants were brought to Hana by Polynesian settlers in their canoes nearly two-thousand years ago. The many varieties of this ‘Taro’ plant are an important piece of Hawaiian culture and considered a life force food. Coconut (Cocos Nucifera) is the Hana “Tree of Life” due to its many ethnobotanical uses. Not only a source of food and water, coconut palm leaves are weaved into drums, bowls and tools, and husks are used for making fires and rope.

The terrain is equally magical. Tidal pools offer a unique ecological excursion to discover the marine life. Here you can discover undersea creatures native to Hawaii such as eels, crustaceans, and mollusks. This is a glimpse into the importance of the ocean in sustaining the Hawaiian people.

Traditional Hula is still commonly practiced and celebrated in Hana, Maui. This ancient dance form was brought to Hawaii by the original Polynesian settlers. The dance is accompanied by musical chants that weave a story. Hula dancing is a complex art form in which hand motions represent the emotions, aspects of nature and more. Regular Hula performances and instruction at Travaasa Hana provide an authentic experience in Hawaii travel.