Here are some of our favorite Panoramic Photos of Hana, Maui, Hawaii.

 

Travaasa Hana Hotel

travaasa hana

The Travaasa Hana meanders around Hana Town.  It’s hard to know it even there until you realize that it’s EVERYWHERE.  What a great spot to stay!

 

Hana Bay

hana bay

You can’t beat the slow-pace and pure beauty of Hana Bay on a sunny day! A must for stops to Hana.

 

Maui porsche speedsters

 

Hamoa Beach Shade

hamoa beach

One of the reasons we love Hamoa Beach so much is that it has plenty of shade.  One of MANY reasons.

 

Tide Pools in front of Sea Ranch Cottages

hana tidepool

In front of the Travaasa Hana Sea Ranch Cottages, you’ll find some beautiful tide pools.

 

Path to Fagan’s Cross

hana cows

And just behind Travaasa are some fields belonging to very happy cows. That’s the path for hiking up to Fagan’s Cross.

 

Keanae Coastline

Keanae Rock

Keanae is a very special place with an interesting history.  You can find beauty in every nook.

 

Wai’anapanapa

waianapanapa

Wai’anapanapa State Park isn’t just beautiful for its black sand beaches and fresh water caves.  Just look up!

 

Hidden Waterfalls

hidden waterfall

Maui is home to too many waterfalls to count (or even discover.)  Here’s another gem tucked away from the masses.

 

Palapala Ho’omau Church

Hana church

Palapala Ho’omau Church has the most beautiful grounds surrounding it.  Banyans, flowers, and views of the ocean.

 

Hamoa Beach

hamoa beach

This shot was taken mid-day.  The water lights up in the wildest, unreal way.  So beautiful.

 

Rugged Hana Coastline

Hana beach

This is just south of Hamoa Beach.  There’s not much room for laying out, but it’s a fun walk.

 

Camping Sessions

sunrise camping

For camping, we highly suggest sticking to Kipahulu at O’heo Gulch (Seven Sacred Pools.)  This was a more challenging trip.

 

Hana Explorations

hana red

So much beauty to explore on the east side!  We love Hana!

 

Red Sand

hana red sand

Though the walk is sketchy and not recommended most, the beach is really unique because of the red sand and the naked people.

 

Hana Bay Sunrise

black sand Hana sunrise

Yes, south and west Maui enjoy the best sunsets on the island.  BUT, sunrise can’t be beat in Hana.

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