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Tropical foliage, black sand beaches, rushing waterfalls and incredible views are the calling cards of the legendary, winding Road to Hana. The famous roadway along Maui’s North Shore (also called the Hana Highway) includes 600 hairpin turns and more than 50 bridges and is known as one of the most beautiful roads in the world.

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State Highway 360, Hana, Hawaii, 96713
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How long does it take to drive the Road to Hana?

If you were to drive straight from Kaanapali to Hana, you could complete the 70-mile (110-kilometer) journey in under three hours. However, stopping to take in the views along the way is the entire point of the trip, so give yourself a whole day to make the most of it.

Is Road to Hana safe to drive?

Yes, although the Road to Hana features hundreds of blind corners, it is generally safe to drive—if you are cautious and stick to the speed limit. The challenge of driving such a scenic route is that you can easily be distracted by the views. Give yourself plenty of time and make frequent use of pull outs.

Are rental cars allowed on the Road to Hana?

Yes, rental cars are allowed on the Road to Hana. Most rental car companies have no restrictions on driving the standard Road to Hana route along the north side. However, many do forbid drivers from taking cars along the more challenging Piilani Highway, which is known as the "Back Road to Hana." It’s always a good idea to check your contract regardless.

What is the best day of the week to drive the Road to Hana?

You can expect traffic on the Road to Hana any day of the week, so there isn't really a best day—although holiday and summer weekends are typically busiest. More important is the time of day. Set out early so that you have plenty of time to take in the sights and get back before dark.