You made it to 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. Don’t forget to get your supplies from Hana Picnic Co before you set out.