There are so many things to see and do on the Road to Hana. Twin Falls, Waikamoi Falls, and the Garden of Eden botanical garden are just a few of the most visited stops along the Hana Highway and each of these destinations offers hours of stuff to see and do. Then there is Keanae Peninsula, Oheo Gulch, and the Pipiwai Trail – which are also considered must-sees. With all of these waterfalls, tropical flowers, picnic areas and swimming holes to stand under, smell, rest at, and jump in you can see why we suggest getting an early start to make the most of your drive down the Road to Hana. The only thing we ever wish we’d done differently after a trek to Hana is allowed more time, so plan several hours and don’t feel rushed on the road.
Also, keep in mind that food and fuel stops are spread out along the Road to Hana. You don’t want to be forced to cut a beautiful hike or relaxing swim short because you’re starving and still have a long drive to get food. Bring a picnic lunch from Hana Bay Picnic Lunch, and eat when it’s convenient for you!
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