(pronounced: HAH-nuh)

Hana is truly the last undeveloped tropical paradise on Maui. Picturesque waterfalls, a rugged shoreline, and some of the best beaches on the island can only begin to describe what awaits you on this journey. Isolated from the rest of the island, the 52 mile trip from Kahului Airport can take 2-4 hours depending on how often you stop along the narrow, winding highway - which is what the road to Hana is all about. Take your time and enjoy the journey. There are no less than 620 curves and 59 bridges to the paradise destination. The road leads you through lush rainforests, billowing waterfalls and majestic pools along a dramatic coastline.

The charm of Hana is in the fact that this beautiful area has remained untouched by the major developments of the modern day world. If you want to experience what life in Hawaii was like 30 years ago, here is where you’ll find that experience. A popular ‘staycation’ for locals wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, Hana is a refuge on an already serene island. Make sure to stop by the Hana Ranch Food Truck for a mouth-watering Hana Burger made from ingredients harvested directly from the Ranch’s organic farm.