Kulani's Hideaway in Hana, Maui

Address: P.O. Box 483, Hana, Maui, Hawaii, 96713, United States | Ranch
 
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Location

This ranch, located on P.O. Box 483, Hana, is near Wai'anapanapa State Park, Hang Gliding Maui, Skyview Soaring, and Hana Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Hana

The bit past Hana

A travel blog entry by chrisandcarol on May 16, 2015

13 photos

... 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 ...

The Road to Hana

A travel blog entry by donnajimtravels on Feb 21, 2015

6 comments, 18 photos

... Wai'anapanapa State Park for an hour then trace our way back. The black, coarse lava rock with frothy white crashing waves against gorgeous blue-green ocean swells filled our senses with colour, wave sounds and salt smells. The afternoon drive to Haiku was uneventful, feeling much easier and faster than it did a few days ago.

Thoughts of returning home are popping into my head as we only have three days left in Maui. We ...

Twin Falls Hike

A travel blog entry by rdot01 on Jan 29, 2015

1 comment, 15 photos

To round out the list of "Must Things to Do On Maui" a Twin Falls hike was instore. We had put this last on the list because of the close proximity to Cynthia. In the guidebooks, it is listed as the first stop on the road to Hana. It is only 2 miles from Cynthia's house. The parking lot is just a pull off along the roadside. The first sign you see warns you of the possible car breakins. ...

The road to Hana

A travel blog entry by dkater on Oct 24, 2014

17 photos

... to stop off at Huelo to see the Huelo waterfall. Bad idea. There were signs posted everywhere for residents only. We drove down the Narrow roads, but just had a creepy feeling about not being welcome (lots of signs saying Kapu -- keep out), so we turned around left. Never found the waterfall. Got a good picture of the church, then got back on the highway to Hana. At about mile marker 16.5, we turned down to Ke'anae point. This is one of our favorite spots on the planet. ...

Hurricane Ana, Ain't nobody got time for that...

A travel blog entry by tonshow on Oct 17, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... towards us and asked him if what was ahead was the infamous Red Sand Beach and he said "Yes, it is amazing!" He was wet and probably high but I was really happy that this accidental find was the hidden, dangerous treasure. We switched our beers to our outer hands so that we could grasp the side if need be rather than falling to our potential deaths onto the rocks, and descended the narrow path hugging the large hill to the beach. Melissa said that this was her most ...

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