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, Hamoa Beach, Kaihalulu Beach, and Hana Bay.
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      Travel Blogs from Hana

      Homeless in Maui

      A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Dec 09, 2014

      1 photo

      ... We headed into Kahului, the city where the airport is, to find the Rachael Ray gallery. I had admired her work at a few stores, and we had chatted with her husband at the swap meet where he had told us their story. Rachael had been working in a gallery, adding colours to photos of an artist. She had worked there for several years, and unbeknownst to anyone, she was an artist herself. Her husband stumbled across her portfolio in her closet and asked her about ...

      A Long and Windy Road...

      A travel blog entry by jsquaredgoesto on Dec 01, 2014

      11 photos

      ... Heiau, is over an acre big, and 50 feet high - quite a site! Coconut Glen's had excellent ice cream!

      The scenery in general on the drive is lush and tropical, lots of greenery all around. There are lots of bridges, and most of them are 1 lane, and you can usually see a creek flowing beneath them. Hana itself is pretty dull, not much to do or see, Hana Bay is pretty and a blank sand beach is ...

      Sunrise on Mt Haleakala

      A travel blog entry by roddywyllie on Jul 25, 2014

      64 photos

      We got up at 2.30am to drive up to the crater of Mount Haleakala to see the sunrise at 5:52am.The trip was certainly worth it, we got some spectacular photos. To say it was cold was an understatement. We stood at the viewing platform for about an hour. The sky was absolutely amazing full of stars with Venus shining brightly above the Eastern horizon. Then a slither of white crescent ...

      Ulua Beach/Lahaina (again!)

      A travel blog entry by mack.travel on Feb 18, 2014

      So today we headed to Ulua beach to do some boogie boarding and snorkelling. We ate lunch at the beach as well. We spent a few hours at the beach, before coming home to relax and then go to Lahaina for the last part of the afternoon and to have supper with Auntie Susan and Uncle Neil (who arrived in Maui late last night) and dad's friend from work, Joan, and her ...

      A Walk In The Clouds

      A travel blog entry by usatexan on Sep 06, 2013

      3 comments, 137 photos

      ... Over 19,000 of the acres are wilderness. This place is alive with stories of ancient and modern Hawaiian culture. The land also protects endangered species, some of which don't exist anywhere else.

      One species, Nene (Hawaiian Geese) can be seen running along the ground as we hike to the crater. The nēnē died out entirely in the park at one point. But, in 1946 they were re-introduced with the help of the Boy Scouts. They carried young birds into the ...