Top things to do in Hana & East Maui

Top Choice Beach in Hana & East Maui

Hamoa Beach

With its clear water, white sand and hala-tree backdrop, this famous crescent is a little gem; author James Michener once called it the only beach in the North Pacific that actually looked as if it belonged in the S…
Top Choice Pizza in Hana

Hana Farms Clay Oven Pizza

Located behind the Hana Farms stand, this little gem is the local choice on Friday and Saturday nights. Gourmet pizzas with toppings sourced from the farm emerge from clay ovens piping hot. Gas lamps light picnic ta…
Top Choice Ice Cream in Hana

Shaka Pops

A friendly shaka wave greets travelers passing this happy cart, where frozen treats-on-a-stick come in fresh, tropical flavors. Locally made in small batches, they taste great and are definitely worth a lick. Look f…
Top Choice Waterfall in Hana & East Maui

Wailua Falls

Before you reach Kipahulu, you’ll see orchids growing out of the rocks, and jungles of breadfruit and coconut trees. Around 0.3 miles after the 45-mile marker, you’ll come upon the spectacular Wailua Falls, which pl…
Top Choice Thai in Hana

Thai Food by Pranee

Hana’s ever-popular Thai lunch is served from an oversized mobile food truck surrounded by picnic tables. Step up to the counter for a large and tasty meal, including fiery curries with mahimahi and fresh stir-fried…
Top Choice Arts & Crafts in Hana

Hana Coast Gallery

Even if you’re not shopping, visit this gallery at the northern side of Travaasa to browse the museum-quality wooden bowls, paintings and Hawaiian featherwork from about 40 different Hawaii artists.
Top Choice Cultural in Hana

East Maui Taro Festival

Maui’s most Hawaiian town throws its most Hawaiian party. If it’s native, it’s here – a taro pancake breakfast, poi making, hula dancing and a big jamfest of Hawaiian music. Held on the last weekend in April, it’s H…
Cemetery in Kipahulu

Charles Lindbergh’s Grave

Charles Lindbergh, the first man to fly across the Atlantic Ocean, moved to remote Kipahulu in 1968. After being diagnosed with terminal cancer, he decided to forgo treatment on the mainland and lived out his final …
Burgers in Piʻilani Highway

Bully’s Burgers

You’ve reached the end of the road. Or the beginning, if you wish. And what do you find but a burger shack – and we mean shack – decorated with cow skulls. No, Bully’s has no Michelin stars, just one heck of a burge…
Beach in Hana

Hana Bay Beach Park

Croquet by the beach? Why not? Welcome to Hana's version of the town plaza, a bayside park where children splash in the surf, picnickers enjoy the view from the rocky black-sand beach and musicians strum their ukule…