Wailua Valley State Wayside
Wailua Peninsula Lookout
For the most spectacular view of Wailua Peninsula, stop at the large paved pull-off on the ocean side of the road 0.25 miles past the...
Three Bears Falls
A real beauty, Three Bears, 0.5 miles past the 19-mile marker, takes its name from the triple cascade that flows down a steep rockface...
Keʻanae Peninsula Lookout
You’ll get a superb bird’s-eye view of the lowland peninsula and village by stopping at the paved pull-off just past the 17-mile marker...
Keʻanae Landing Fruit Stand
‘Da best’ banana bread on the entire road to Hana is baked fresh every morning, and is so good you’ll find as many locals as tourists...
Wailua Valley State Wayside information
Lonely Planet review
Back on the Hana Hwy, just before the 19-mile marker, Wailua Valley State Wayside lookout comes up on the right, providing a broad view into verdant Keʻanae Valley, which appears to be 100 shades of green. You can see a couple of waterfalls, and on a clear day you can steal a view of Koʻolau Gap, the break in the rim of Haleakalā Crater. If you climb up the steps to the right, you’ll find a good view of Wailua Peninsula as well. Now, how’s that for a package? A word of caution: the wayside is signposted but it comes up quickly after turning round a bend, so be on the lookout.