The Hana Highway is also a very scenic place. There are many beautiful natural things on the road. A lot of facilities can be seen along the road. There are also many ships in the distance. Many tourists here are also very simple. This place It is also very empty.
Hana is located on the rugged east coast of Maui Island and is regarded as one of the most scenic roadside roads in the world, with approximately 600 bends and 54 bridges. It is an excellent experience for those who like to drive on the adventure. There are various sharp bends that are not easy to drive along the way, dangerous roads with cliffs, single-plank bridges, etc. In many places, the speed limit is 5 miles and there are one-way. However, the scenery is so beautiful! I remember there was a park on the way. We went in and strolled in it for an hour. There were many strange plants, like another world. There is also a pineapple seller at the door, which is sweet and fragrant and delicious.
I personally think that the road to Hana is not as good as it is advertised online. Many bridges and many bends will cause motion sickness. If there are not many schedules on Maui, it is recommended to give up. However, Ho’okipa Beach Park, which is about 10 kilometers away from Kahului Airport, is highly recommended (10-14 is best).
Yesterday, I chartered a car to go back and forth on the Hana Highway. The scenery is not as beautiful as I imagined. I personally feel that it is not as good as California Highway 1. The husband who has never motion sickness even vomits. The black beach is worth a visit along the way. Along the way, the fish steaks eaten in Hana Town are good, recommended! I came back to see more than 80 sea turtles at Kahuluid Beach, and many children around 10 years old were surfing. I was amazed by the greatness of their parents!
The Hana Highway is also a landscape park that must be visited. The sea of the highway is very beautiful, and there are black sand beaches on the side. It is very special and the road conditions are very good. It is best to have a local tour guide to have more fun.