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This has been one of our favorite stops and hikes for years. Most tourists make it to Hana and count it good without knowing how beautiful this spot in Haleakalā National Park really is.
The Pipiwai Trail is nominally 2 miles to the Falls, 4...More
Very cool bamboo forest. Try not to venture out of the trail, some things are cool but not worth risking your life over. There's very steep cliffs and one slip and you can ☠️. So just be careful! Shaka guide was right about this. Well...More
Don't do this if you are running out of time during your trip on the 'road to Hana'. Download the gypsy road to Hana App this is a MUST. We stayed over night in Hana so we had time to do this the following day...More
We loved this hike. It was beautiful. Get there early it says 2 miles each any but I showed a little more. I wish we had more time. The pools weren't open for swimming when we went which would have been nice. Definitely take water.
My husband and I did this bike on our last day in Maui. I’m surprised that people are saying it’s easy. We are experienced hikers and didn’t find it particularly challenging but you’d need to be in decent shape to do it. It’s not a...More
The trail through the bamboo was beautiful and so was the waterfall at the end. Well worth doing (even in the hot sun in the beginning). Taking in the views and doing the hike will take about an hour and a half or so. This...More
First off, let's be clear how to get here...ONLY TAKE HANA HIGHWAY. If your GPS tries to send you anywhere else, dont just follow it. My husband and I accidentally did today and ended up on the highway compared to Bolivia's Highway to Hell. Unfortunately...More
Amazing hike! Not too strenuous with 650 ft gain in elevation, and took about 3 hours to complete. The scenery was varied to keep us interested, with pools, waterfalls, a giant banyan tree, and bamboo forest.