Hana, a village of only 700 permanent inhabitants, a world apart from the hum of Maui’s western side,  only received television in 1977. With relatively few visitors, it is a real Hawaiian community, set in a verdant landscape of banyan and breadfruit trees and tropical flowers.  Must-sees here include the small Hana Cultural Center and Museum, with exhibits of Hawaiian quilts and other cultural artifacts; the Hasegawa General Store, a local tradition that offers a range of wares and serves as the community bulletin board; and the Wananalua Congregational Church, a National Historic site built in the 1800s on the site of an old Hawaiian temple, or heiau. Get your supplies from Hana Picnic Co before you set out.