Fees & Reservations
Natural Sea Arch
View of Nu’u Bay & Haleakala
Charles Lindbergh's Grave
Oheo Gulch aka Pools of ‘Ohe’o aka Seven Sacred Pools
Hasegawa General Store
Wai'anapanapa Black Sand Beach
Secret Lava Tube Cave
Waikani Falls (3 Bears)
Wailua State Wayside Park
Halfway to Hana Food Stand
Keanae Valley Overlook
Aunty Sandy’s Banana Bread
Nua'ailua View Point
Honomanu Bay View
Kaumahina State Park
Garden of Eden Arboretum
Waikamoi Ridge Trail
Our Reverse Road to to Hana tour takes you to the rarely discovered backside of Hana. It begins in Kula Town and travels to Paia Town, in the opposite direction of the traditional Road to Hana.
Here are some of the popular spots you can explore on the tour!
Please pay attention to all parking signs. Parking illegally on the Road to Hana can not only result in a ticket, it is extremely disrespectful to people who need to use this road everyday. The traffic on the road greatly impacts their lives, so you can help do your part by parking legally and adhering to all signs. We’ll advise you on where to park during the tour, and if there are no spots available, just wait for a spot to open up.
Yes! Feel free to join the tour along the route. Just make sure that you follow the numbers in chronological order from where you are starting from. If you don’t begin at one of the tour starting points you’ll miss a few stories, but you’ll still have a great experience.
How much you spend truly depends on what you do along the tour route, but here’s a breakdown of some costs:
No, this tour can only be done counterclockwise starting in Kula Town. If you’d like to start the tour in Paia or Kahului check out our Loop Road to Hana Tour.
From the start of the tour in Kula, it takes about three hours to get to Hana, depending on the stops you make and how long you stay at each spot.
Check out our Reverse Road to Hana suggested itinerary for help managing your time and planning your day.
Great! This means you can really take your time and break the tour up into two days. Just switch the tour off when you arrive in Hana, and turn it back on when you’re ready to get on the road the next day.
Yes, however, the Road to Hana is a one-lane highway with twists and turns. For this reason, we recommend you start this tour early to avoid night-time driving as much as possible. One pro to this tour — you’ll arrive to some of the most popular stops before anyone else and you’re traveling in the opposite direction. This means you’ll save time sitting in traffic.
Check out our suggested itinerary to learn more about planning your day to avoid driving at night.