Perfect Hana property for our party of 9, 4 adults and 5 teenagers. Location was great and the house contained everything we needed for our 2 nights in Hana. Great value for the price. As previous reviewers have mentioned, you are in the rain forest. If a gecko in the house and lots of bugs and spiders ...
We had a great time. John was an exceptional host and his tour of the grounds and introduction to his dogs was a welcomed change from other VRBO hosts. Thank you and best of luck in your flower business endeavours!
Great location and wonderful stay in Hana
Toby Fisher’s Hana Home was well stocked with everything you’d want for the kitchen. Even sharp knives which is a rarity. Great location for exploring the area. Toby had communicated very well prior to our arrival and had equipped the unit with plenty of instructions for a comfortable stay. ...
Liked the bed on the screened in porch. Unexpected surprise. Cozy cottage with thoughtful touches. Had beach chairs, towels, coolers, bug repellent, citronella, sunscreen, etc
We very much enjoyed our two days at this Hana, HI cottage. Pretty much every place in Hana is walkable from here & it's also easy-on, easy-off the Hana Highway. The cottage is in excellent condition & communications with the manager were fine. The only problem we had was we couldn't get wifi on ...
Pleasantly surprised once arriving in Hāna. This place is by far a place out of a Dream. Cottage was clean and fully accommodating. I wish we had stayed here the entire time. Views are spectacular. ♥️
Beautiful property! We all loved our vacation there. Perfect location, awesome view with all the amenities we wanted. Highly recommend for a family vacation! We will be back.
The view was great, right on the ocean. The location is perfectly situated that you can walk to a couple of the restaurants, which are about 7 min walk. The room was fantastic. Our room had two beds to choose from. An upstairs and downstairs one, but we chose the downstairs one because it gave us ...
Flights in and out of Hana Airport (HNM), one of Maui Island’s commuter airports, carry locals and visitors travelling to the other Hawaiian islands, flying with Pacific Wings, the only operator to and from Hana Airport. Located on the island’s north-eastern coast, HNM is only an 11-minute drive from the centre of Hana. And although there’s no public transport or taxi services to and from the airport, you can arrange transport with a number of tour companies.
Hana Airport is pretty small, with no shops or places to eat, but you’ll find plenty of vending machines with snacks and drinks. There is a small car park available for those arriving by hire car.
Maui Island’s peak season is from November to March, when many travellers head to the island for some winter sun. The most expensive flights to Maui Island are in January and February, when whale-watching season is in full swing. Travelling between the islands can be very busy over federal holidays and flights can get booked up well in advance. The best time to get a flight to Maui is in the summer. Although prices tend to spike during July and August’s summer holidays, when many families head to the island, for the best hotel and flight deals, head to Maui Island during the summer when the kids are at school.
Despite its reputation as a luxury destination for the rich and famous, accommodation on Maui Island ranges from budget hostels to family-friendly guesthouses to all-inclusive five-star resorts. Each hotel and hostel has plenty of facilities and modern comforts to ensure you enjoy your stay, from free WiFi throughout hotels to onsite restaurants and bars.
Hotels and resorts are dotted around the island. West Maui has many picture-perfect views of the Pacific Ocean and the area’s famous mountains. The coastal towns of Lahaina and Kaanapali are home to some of West Mali’s best hotels and resorts, and their beaches are popular with both sunbathers and surfers.
A favourite destination of sun lovers, South Maui gets the island’s best weather. The main town there, Wailea, evolved from barren scrubland to today’s lush oasis with some of Maui Island’s most exclusive resorts.
Maui Island isn’t just about relaxing on the beach with a cocktail; you’ll find plenty of historic sites to explore. In the Iao Valley State Park, the Ioa Needle is one of the island’s most famous landmarks. A number of hikes lead up to this spot, which was the site of the Battle of Kepaniwai in 1790.
A six-minute drive out of Kahului, the Alexander and Baldwin Sugar Museum looks back at the sugar industry’s effect on the Hawaiian economy. Artefacts and photographs detail the process of growing and harvesting sugarcane, and there are also exhibitions focusing on the sugar companies and the repercussions their business had on the island.
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