101 Things to Do (Maui) - - Beyond The City -

Al­though the ROAD TO HANA can be ne­go­ti­ated by al­most any­one in pos­ses­sion of a driver's li­cense, there are eas­ier ways to get there. You can spend a few bucks and take a pri­vate tour in a lux­ury ve­hi­cle; you can take in the view from re­clin­ing cap­tain chairs in a POSH PAS­SEN­GER VAN; or you can mo­tor in and (go) out on a hele com­bi­na­tion of the two.

Some com­pa­nies go to Hana and points be­yond, then re­turn the way they came via Hana High­way. Oth­ers go full cir­cle, re­turn­ing to civ­i­liza­tion around the back­side.

The Road to Hana: 52 miles, 617 curves and 54 bridges. Nav­i­gat­ing and show­ing off the won­drous sights along the road to Hana is also some­thing THE MAUI

TOUR­ING COM­PANY spe­cial­izes in. And they do it in style. Start­ing with a morn­ing pick-up in a Cadil­lac Es­calade, guests are then treated to a con­ti­nen­tal break­fast. Next, tour Ho‘okipa to wit­ness surfers (and maybe see some green sea tur­tles). Then, it's off on a Hana road trip ad­ven­ture!

Once in Hana, guests are then treated to a LUNCH AT THE FIVE-STAR TRAVAASA HANA. The Maui Tour­ing Com­pany then leaves Hana via the less-trav­eled “back­side” of the road to Hana, mak­ing one last stop at MAUIWINE, where guests sam­ple Maui-har­vested wine be­fore head­ing back to Pa‘ia.

ROBERTS HAWAII’S all-day Heav­enly Hana tour ex­plores the area, with stops at Kaumahina State Way­side Park, Keanae Look­out and Penin­sula, Wa­iana­panapa State Park, Hana Town (of course), Kula Mar­ket­place, Pools of Oheo, Wailua Falls and Ho‘okipa Beach Look­out.

For more sug­ges­tions con­sult with your concierge and the lo­cals. ROBERTS HAWAII (808) 539-9400 OR (800) 831-5541 THE MAUI TOUR­ING COM­PANY (808) 214-5804

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