The Road to Hana, a drive so nice, we did it twice! For this year’s journey through the jungle, we decided to hit up different places than we did on our first go-around. Not a hard task since there are many, many ways to explore the legendary Hana Highway.
This time we stopped at the thumping Twin Falls, the eerily quiet bamboo forest, the uniquely striped rainbow eucalyptus trees, the banana bread mecca that is the Ke’eanae Peninsula, the pools of O’heo (more like No-H20-oh since they were mostly dried up), and the scorching hot sands of Hamoa beach.
Just like last time, it was a lovely memorable day.
A row of rainbow trees.
Rainbow eucalyptus up close.
Looking up in the bamboo forest.
Blue sea and black lava.
Village on the Ke’anae Peninsula.
On the road.
Hamoa beach. Hottest beach ever.
Hamoa beach panoramic.
Pools at Ohe’o. They were dried up because of the heat.
Not a bad place to live.
The backside of Haleakala.
Panoramic of the coast.
Sea to sky to amazingness.
More from Maui 2015: Maui Wowie, Lost in Little Beach loveliness, Live in the sunshine, swim the sea, go on a beach crawl, Swerving, swerving on that big wave, Rhythms and retrograde.