Hana, Hawaii

Hana is one of the most isolated towns in the state of Hawaii. It is located on the east end of Maui. It can be accessed by the long, winding Road To Hana.

The first sugar plantation was established in the mid 1800's, after that five more plantations opened. But by 1946 the last sugar mill closed, which led to most plantation workers to move to west Maui. The Ka-'uiki Inn was opened that same year. Today it is known as the Travaasa Hotel Hana.

The Hana Airport offers flights to neighboring islands. Hana's climate is that of a tropical rain forest. The Seven Sacred Pools / Ohe'o Gulch, located along the Hana Highway is part of the Haleakala National Park.

For more on Haiku, read our Hana, Hawaii Guide and our Road To Hana guide.
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