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Nestled along the rugged eastern coastline of Mauai island in Hawaii, the town of Hana is famous for its pristine landscapes and breathtaking coastline. It’s one of the last remaining towns in Hawaii to have successfully fought off overdevelopment and managed to preserve the local Hawaiian culture. This area is full of lush greenery, an abundance of native flora and fauna, waterfalls, historical sites, farms, beautiful beaches, and natural wonders. It’s the perfect vacation destination for nature lovers, couples, families, and anyone wanting a tranquil break from the busyness of modern life.A lush escape
Escape the busyness of everyday life and recharge in the lush, tranquil paradise that is Hana. Hana is home to a variety of vacation rentals tucked away in nature, many with sweeping ocean views and lush, tropical forest surroundings. Opt for a vacation rental with a private garden and wake up to the sounds of birds chirping and waves crashing. The majority of rentals in Hana feature Hawaiian-inspired decor, modern furnishings, and up-to-date appliances. Pet-friendly rentals are available for people traveling with pets.
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The area and getting around
If you’ll be arriving by plane, Hana is served by Hana Airport, which only operates domestic flights. It is 4 miles from the center of Hana town. The nearest major airport is Kahului Airport, which has international and domestic flights, and is 31 miles away from Hana, or around 1.5 hours driving time. Car rental companies are available at both airports and in both towns. Having a car is a necessity for getting around Mauai.Getting around Hana
The majority of the points of interest in and around Hana are spread out, so having a rental car during your trip is key. If you’ll be flying into Kahului, then you’ll need to take the Road to Hana to reach Hana, which is considered the most beautiful drive on the entire island. The road winds along the coast, and you’ll get to enjoy endless views of the ocean and surrounding landscapes.
Travelers and activities
Mauai is a wonderfully romantic destination for couples with an endless amount of unique activities and attractions to explore. Mauai is home to an abundance of excellent locally grown fruits and vegetables, so it's the perfect opportunity to try out some new tropical fruits like lychee, passionfruit, papaya, and sugarloaf pineapples! Visit the farmers markets and produce stands throughout the town, where you can meet local farmers and artisans selling unique produce and products. Head to Hamoa Beach for the classic “Hawaiian beach” atmosphere. The stunning white-sand beach is perfect for catching rays, strolling along the shore, swimming, and surfing.Hana for nature lovers
With its abundance of untouched natural landscapes, Hana is the ultimate destination for nature lovers. Hike to Fagan’s Cross for beautiful lush landscapes and a spectacular view of the town and harbor from the top of the hill. This 1.5 mile marked trail leads to a cross made of lava stone. Another popular hike is the Piilani Trail, which is perfect for anyone seeking an adventure out in nature. This hike goes along the coastline and through lava fields, boasting spectacular views along the way.
Because of its 629 curves and 46 one-lane bridges, Hana Highway is lightheartedly nicknamed “divorce highway,” since it has been known to spark some arguments among nervous couples who drive along it.
Top 5 travel tips in Hana
Located at Mile Marker 42 inside of Haleakala National Park, the Pools of Ohe’o, also known as the Seven Sacred Pools, are one of the top places to visit in Mauai. The spectacular sight features seven freshwater pools that stretch all the way from the top of a mountain down to the ocean.2. Explore the black sand beach at Wai’anapanapa State Park
This spectacular state park is home to a variety of natural attractions, and you’ll want to set aside at least a few hours to explore it all. Here you can visit the most famous black sand beach in Mauai, which stretches across 122 acres of coastline. You can also explore two hiking trails, ancient Hawaiian burial sites, a secret swimming hole, natural lava formations, and a stunning rugged coastline.3. Snorkel at Hana Bay
Hana Bay is easily one of the best snorkeling spots on the entire island. The large cove boasts sparkling clear waters and a black sand beach. The shallow, wave-less waters make it the perfect place to snorkel and to see plenty of fish and marine life. Be sure to bring your own snorkel gear and plenty of water and snacks, since this bay is isolated in nature, and you won’t be able to buy anything here.4. Visit the red-sand beach at Kaihalulu
Considered one of the best beaches on the entire island, the red-sand beach at Kaihalulu is a must-see for any traveler. It is the only red sand beach in the United States and the contrast of the blue water against the red sand is spectacular. Getting to the beach requires a short hike, but it is well worth the walk to swim in the secluded cove area. The swimming area of the beach is protected by a wall of lava, which makes the water calm and perfect for swimming.5. Explore the Hana Lava Tube
Walking through this 900+ year old lava tube is one of the most fascinating points on the entire island. The lava tube was created by underground lava rivers, which left a tube-shaped cave after all the lava drained out. You’ll be able to descend quite deeply into the lava tube and explore several cavern formations. It’s a self-guided tour and educational information is available at the center.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Hana
On average, what was the cost for vacation rentals in Hana last year?
Considering the average cost of $457 per night, Hana lies at the upper end of the price range for vacation rentals in the USA.
During which months can you find the best price for vacation rentals in Hana?
According to the previous year, the months that are the cheapest in Hana are June, April and July, with average prices of $360, $374, and $381, respectively.
When are vacation rentals more expensive in Hana?
When it comes to booking a vacation rental in Hana, the highest prices are usually found in the month of February (with an average of $662 per night), followed by January ($546), and then October ($506).
Is Hana a good location for a last-minute getaway?
If you decide to put Hana on your bucket list, we recommend planning your travels long before you go because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average of 94% of rentals booked the previous year.
What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?
Last year, the months with the largest number of available properties of the year in Hana were January, December and February, with average availabilities of 39%, 19%, and 4%, respectively.
Are there many vacation rentals in Hana?
We collaborate with 2 different partners, but the range of offers of rentals in Hana is limited, which is why you have to hurry to get one of about 5 that are available.