Road to Hana Tasty Tip

While Hana Highway offers some pretty impressive sites with 52 miles, 59 bridges, and 620 curves, there’s more to Hana than driving. The lush surroundings on the drive is characterized by greenery and freshwater pools and waterfalls. Maui’s bigger cities are great for connecting with other tourists, but Hana offers the best in relaxed, chill times with its leisurely pace and lack of urgency. When you’re here, enjoying your island time, make sure to stop in at Halfway to Hana for some delicious snacks and fresh pineapple!

Halfway to Hana

Banana Bread, Shave Ice, Ice Cream, and Pineapple at Halfway to Hana Stop.

From ice cream to fresh banana loafs, you’ll wish you grabbed seconds as you continue on your way down the Hana Highway to the lava caves or black sand beach of Wainapanapa State Park. Or stop by Hamoa Beach, with its white sands and excellent surfing waves. Just make sure to catch Halfway to Hana on your way! They sit at Mile Marker #17 just past Ke’anae Arboretum.

You find out more by visiting their website at Halfway to Hana, or get directions at Halfway to Hana Map, or get a dollar off Fresh Baked Banana Bread at Halfway to Hana Coupon – and read what we think about them at our Halfway to Hana Review. You can also call them at 808-248-7037.