Sightseeing to Hana: Travel the two-hour Road to Hana, an unforgettable, multi-sensory experience with over 600 curves and 54 bridges. Experience fascinating stories and colorful narration about the breathtaking scenery along the way, including a drive by Palikea Stream in the Oheo Gulch area. Make stops at the Keanae Lookout, Wainapanapa State Park, Hana Town, and Charles Lindberg’s grave.
Stop at Keanae Peninsula Lookout: Visit Keanae Peninsula, created by lava flows originating from the Haleakala Crater. This lookout point is in the peninsula's traditional village, which is known for its taro fields. In addition to the natural scenery, you will find a stone church built in 1856, the only remaining building after the devastating tsunami of 1946.
Stop at Waianapanapa State Park: Wai’anapanapa State Park offers outstanding, nearly 360° sweeping panoramic views. On land, the hills and valleys of the green jungle gives way to rugged and dramatic black basalt lava coastline and a black sand beach. Out to sea, the deep blue ocean and white cresting waves are dramatically blasted into spray and mist as they pound against the jagged cliffs.
Stop at Hana Town: Hana, and its surrounding areas, is considered "Real Hawaii" by many due to it having remained unchanged relative to the rest of Hawaii's development. This small town is quiet, beautiful, and a very important place for the people of Hawaii and their history.
Wailua Waterfalls: Surrounded by lush jungles, stop and view one of several scenic waterfalls along the road to Hana.
Requirements & Restrictions: For safety reasons, pregnant women and guests with back or neck injuries may not participate on this excursion. Tour is not recommended for guests who are prone to motion sickness.
What to Bring: Comfortable walking shoes, cash or credit/debit card for additional purchases.