Hana has been called one of the last true Hawaiian places.
Now that you have found your perfect Hana Maui lodging, you will discover that Hana offers the easy going pace of Hawaii combined with the quiet quality of life enjoyed in small town USA. Offering white sand beaches (Red & Black Sand, also!), swimming in natural fresh water pools, hiking through Bamboo forests or along tropical streams and waterfalls. Lots of other exciting activities are available for our visitors to Hana including kayaking, fishing, aerial tours, and more. Once you explore you then can return to your beautiful Hana Maui Lodging for rest and relaxation.
Whether you are spending a few days, weeks, or even months visiting Hana you will find it a rejuvenating and a truly magical place. Come enjoy all that Hana has to offer: the hikes, the exploring and the beautiful Hana Maui Lodging.
Who could ask for more?
Activities in Hana
The ultimate in pampering, massage and therapy treatments, in a tropical rainforest setting.
Hana Bay Kayaks
For a wonderful Kayak and Snorkel adventure contact Kevin
Hang Gliding Maui
Our Favorite Hana Adventure. Instructional Tandem Hang Gliding/Microlight Flights, Hang Glide Maui
For A Unique Hawaiian Cave Adventure
Travaasa Maui Stables
offers shoreline rides. Phone 808-248-8211 for reservations and information.
Na Pua `Ohana Flower Farm
Our Favorite Flower Farm. Dawn & John Lono Raise The Most Beautiful Assortment Of Tropicals To Be Found On Maui
Enjoy an Exotic Organic Fruit Tasting Tour on a Working Farm
Enjoy an incredible eco hiking experience led by long time residence who offer information about the plants, animals and history of Hawaii.
Sky View Soaring
Glider rides over Haleakala and West Maui in certified motor glider, leaves from Hana Airport.
Hana Cultural Center
Hana artifacts and photographs; historic Courthouse and jailhouse; thatch living complex illustrating pre-contact Hawaii dwellings; gift shop. Times - Mon-Fri (Sat in busy season) 10am-4pm. Donation $3 per person (children free). Gift shop: Attached to the museum, contains quaint items of interest including Hawaiian arts and crafts. M-F, 10am-4pm. 808-248-8622
Hana's Beaches and Parks
Waianapanapa State Park and Black Sand Beach
Black sand beach with a Hawaiian legend about fresh water caves
Enjoy swimming and snorkeling in Hana's beloved Hana Bay- originally named "Kapueokahi". Hana Bay has very calm water and has the safest swimming for very small children and inexperienced swimmers. Snorkel off of Kau’iki Hill and discover rare blue corrals thriving in Hana’s clean waters.
Red Sand Beach
This dramatic cove was once a volcanic cinder cone. Bring your mask and snorkel and see colorful fish. It is best in the mornings when the sun shines. Parents, please be advised that this is a clothing optional beach. Please exercise caution on the trail, as the cinder is loose and slippery. Not recommended for anyone who is fragile or has difficulty walking or hiking.
The red cinder cliffs of Kaiwi O’ Pele Hill overlook the spectacular white sandy beach. Swimmers be wary of the under tow.
Author James Michener called Hamoa Beach "the most perfect crescent beach in the Pacific". Hamoa Beach is the favored beach for both visitors and locals, and was rated as one of the top 10 beaches by Dr. Beach. The active type will enjoy swimming, surfing, boogie boarding and bodysurfing. Or, the lazy can simply relax and enjoy sunbathing on the beautiful and pristine white sand. Be advised that there can be a strong shore break and powerful waves. There is no lifeguard, so swim with caution at all times.
Haleakala National Park, Ohe'o Gulch (Pools at Oheo)
Park is located off the main highway and the ranger information station a short walk away. 808-248-7375 Makahiku Falls - 200', Waimoku Falls - 400'