The four short Road to Hana videos below include the best stops discussed above. Click on the PLAY button in the images below to view the videos.
Use the green Mile Marker signs on the side of the road to Hana to help you locate the best stops.
Once you learn to look for these Mile Markers, they will become indispensible for your Maui trips.
Waikani Falls - (Three Bears Falls)
Black Sand Beach
Road to Hana Keanae Park Video
This Keanae Park Video shows the rugged lava rock beach and crashing waves. Note Don't wander too far out on the rocks close to the waves - on any Maui beach there will be a sporadic large wave that can wash you out to the ocean.
Road to Hana Nahiku Cove Video
This Nahiku cove video shows the isolated cove and lava rock beach. You take a three mile side road off the Road to Hana to reach this cove.
Road to Hana Waterfalls Video
This Road to Hana waterfalls video includes Three Bears Falls (Papa, Mama, and Baby falls - like the bears) at the beginning of the video.
Road to Hana Black Sand Beach Video
This black sand beach video from Wai'anapanapa State Park also shows the lava tube cave to the right of the beach.
Several tours go
all around the road to Hana past Oheo Gulch, along the single lane unpaved stretch of bumpy road hugging the cliffs, that most vacationers decline to travel in their rental cars, and then continue along the backside of Haleakala to the upcountry: