Bamboo Inn on Hana Bay

Address: Uakea Rd, Hana, Maui, Hawaii, 96713, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on Uakea Rd, Hana, is near Wai'anapanapa State Park, Kaihalulu Beach, Hana Bay, and Hamoa Beach.
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          Travel Blogs from Hana

          Free Day....Nothing to see here folks

          A travel blog entry by lindaandstuart on Jul 06, 2015

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          ... today, what we did work out was that from our too-ing & fro-ing there was still plenty to keepI'm us busy, so we headed back to our room to do precisely nothing thank you very much! The afternoon saw us head out to an Art Auction....never again! Art Auction and a credit card is a lethal combination, so we're (mainly I am) the proud owners of 3 limited edition Norman Rockwell pieces, a stunning David Najar, a Popeye & ...

          The bit past Hana

          A travel blog entry by chrisandcarol on May 16, 2015

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          ... a short hiking trail to the Ohe'o Gulch. Also known as the Seven Sacred Pools. There aren't 7 and they aren't sacred. Just a tourism ploy in the distant past. There was a four mile hike up to the 400ft Waimaku Falls, but as it was a hike of between two and a half and four hours of a trek, Carol wouldn't let me go. For a two mile stretch, we were driving over windfall Mangos. We nearly got high from the smell of fermentation. One guy we passed suggested it was like driving on ...

          From freezing to hot

          A travel blog entry by ingak on Feb 08, 2015

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          ... that!
          Left the parking just after sunrise, downhill takes some attention, and we really wanted to head further on to Iao valley.It was described as a beautiful valley with trails, lush greeneries, botanical gardens,freshwater rivers etc. We arrived early, paid for parking but did not met anyone to pay for entrance. Packed bags for hiking and started our way. Found 2 short routes, manageble in 15min, botanical garden should be nice during other season. Nice place, but ...

          Lots of adrenalin & scenary

          A travel blog entry by ingak on Feb 07, 2015

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          ... forest, the rest is very enjoying and easy. Bamboo forest is so thick tree to tree that You don't see anything through and the heat does not get there as well. In this season (February/spring) being a dry season, all rivers, waterfalls are almost dry, so do not expect lush greenery. However the wall at Waimoku is worth getting to dead end, it is 400ft straight cliff! So we took some selfies :) and moved back, meeting a lot people on the way. It took us 2h ...

          Hiking Day

          A travel blog entry by dkater on Oct 20, 2014

          23 photos

          ... in a lot of money to turn the plantation into quite a tourist destination. In particular, they brought in huge pieces of equipment from the sugarcane industry to use as decoration. It's a lovely place to visit. The Luau show started at 6:05pm. Donna ordered the Hawaiian veggie burger with teriyaki sauce. David says he will get it next time, he wasn't too happy with his veggie mushroom burger. We enjoyed a great view of the luau show from our table at ...