Road to Hana Pictures

If you want to view large Road to Hana pictures, this page is for you. Just scroll down to see Road to Hana waterfall pictures, beach pictures, and scenic pictures.

If you want to read about the Road to Hana best stops in these pictures, go to my main Road to Hana page.

Road to Hana Waterfall Pictures

This Road to Hana waterfall picture is at the Makahiku Falls Overlook on the Pipiwai Trail in Ohea Gulch (Seven Sacred Pools) in Haleakala National Park.

Seven Sacred Pools (Oheo Gulch)

Waikani Falls is also called Three Bears Falls because the three falls are different sizes like Papa, Mama, and Baby bear in the children's story.

Road to Hana Waterfalls - Three Bears Falls

Just past Hana town, Wailua Falls is the perfect Hana waterfall to stop the car, jump out, stand by the side of the road, and shoot a Hana Highway waterfall picture. Just watch out for family members that want to be in the picture.

Hana Waterfalls - Wailua Falls

You will see one majestic waterfall after another along the Hana Highway.

Hana Highway Waterfalls

Road to Hana Beach Pictures

My Road to Hana beach pictures reflect the diversity of beaches along the Hana highway. Where the lava flows are older in historical time, the lava rock can be worn down by erosion to sand.

Where the lava flows are more recent, the Maui beaches are rugged and rocky with lava at locations such as Keanae Park.

Road to Hana Beaches - Keanae Park

Keanae Park is off the beaten path, so you will not see the hordes of tourists that sometimes clog the roadway by the waterfalls.

Hana Highway Beaches - Keanae Park

Nahiku Cove provides a cool green break at an isolated cove (about three miles off the Hana Highway) that is close to a rugged black lava rock beach.

Hana Highway Beaches - Nahiku Cove

A small stream winds its way through the rock beach at Nahiku Cove.

Road to Hana Beaches - Nahiku Cove

The blue rock beach at Huakini Bay along the backside of Haleakala.

Road to Hana Beaches - Rock Beach

The unique Maui black sand beach (Honokalani beach) at Wainapanapa State Park was formed by a lava flow that went directly into the ocean while hot, which caused the molten lava to quickly solidify, then shatter into small pieces.

This resulted in the unusual black pebbles, rather than the brown or white sand that results from the breakdown of coral and sea shells.

Road to Hana Black Sand Beach - Waanapanapa State Park

Road to Hana Scenic Pictures

This Road to Hana scenic picture is the cliffside ocean view at Honomanu Bay at the beginning of the Hana Highway.

Road to Hana Coast Cliffside Scenic View

Enter the small cave entrance at the right hand side of the black sand beach at Waianapanapa State Park for a claustrophobic (cave) scenic view.

Hana Highway Beaches - Black Sand Beach Cave

Looking up toward the Maui volcano Haleakala, along the backside of the Road to Hana.

Road to Hana Haleakala - Backside

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Road to Hana Tours
If you want someone else to drive on a road to Hana tour, you have several options:

1. 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:

• Hidden Hawaii Tours

• Valley Isle Excursions is a luxury tour - customized high roof large window 12 person vans, large captain's chairs, and a lunch served with silverware and linens.

• Roberts Hawaii is a large value priced company and works with several cruise lines.

2. Some tour companies
turn around in the Hana area
and redrive the road to Hana on the return trip, giving you a second view of the sights during a different time of the day:

• Temptation Tours includes a breakfast and beachside lunch, then turnaround at Hana and stop at windsurfing Hookipa Beach on you return trip.

• Polynesian Adventures