Feels like old Hawaii here! The drive may make some nervous (eg, portions feel like a clif side version of Road to Hana) but drive with respect and caution and enjoy this special place on the other side of Maui!
As you travel this road you will happen on the community of Kahakuloa and the namesake bay. This is a must stop on your travels on the west side of Maui. There are a few stands that sell shave ice and probably the best banana bread on the planet. I recommend Ululanis (it is the pink place on the west... 更多
We found ourselves on this road before we knew it. I wanted my husband to turn around as I had read about how scary it was. But too late. It is scary and I was driving my husband up the wall with yelling at him to be careful. But we survived. You just take your time and watch in the... 更多
Ok as reviews state ... The road to Hana is nothing compared to this. Single lane, hundred feet drop off, no shoulders, no guard rails etc. A must do ... except travel from Kahana to Wailiku. That way you are always on the mountain side of the road and not having to drop a tire off the cliff side. This... 更多
Drove from Wailea to Kahului via the Honoapiilani Hway to Lahaina and Kaanapali. Hwy is right along the coast line excellent views of the ocean, island type rocks, reefs for snorkeling, and incredible island vegetation. Up to Kapalua from Lahaina, the hwy is safe and enjoyable to drive. At Nakalele Pt. (blow hole), the hwy ends and turns into a... 更多
Almost everybody who visits Maui and wants a road adventure meanders through the all day drive to Hana BUT for a real adventure of old Maui venture unto Highway 340 on the west side of Maui. Even on a Sunday with perfect weather you will encounter a minimal amount of traffic. Although the drive is almost always within view of... 更多
Heading around from Napili the road is wide and well maintained, until the sign advising end of state road. At... 更多