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 ...
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 ...
Beautiful view. Parking is a little tight. The futon in the living room was uncomfortable as was the bed in the master bedroom.
On the Hana Highway, Waianapanapa State Park is one of the most popular stop-offs on the famous Road to Hana. The park’s black sand beach at Pailoa Bay with its clear waters and a large cave that opens out into the Pacific are the main attractions, but there is plenty more to see in Waianapanapa State Park, including lava caves, large lava rock formations and native flora.
Once home to a community of ancient Hawaiians, there are now a number of attractions in Waianapanapa State Park. Explore several ancient burial sites and a Hawaiian temple. Take a walk along the historic Kihaapiilani trail which passes through Waianapanapa State Park on its way to the small town of Hana. Visit the two large caves, both just a short walk from Pailoa Bay. Inside the caves, fresh water floats on top of heavier salt water, and it is believed the waters were used in ancient times to help with food preparation.
Waianapanapa State Park is in a secluded part of Maui Island, and the closest hotels are in the nearby town of Hana. Most of the area’s hotels and resorts are family friendly three- and four-star accommodation. There are plenty of facilities in each hotel, ranging from full-service spas to restaurants and bars.
Rooms have private lanais, and ceiling fans provide air conditioning, but you can also use Expedia to find rooms with kitchens equipped with microwaves, refrigerators and stovetops as well.
One of Maui Island’s most rural areas, the town of Hana is on the eastern coast. The town and surrounding area is undeveloped and its beaches and rainforest, untouched. One of the best areas to experience traditional Hawaiian culture, Hana has a small-town feel to it, and wandering around the town rummaging around family run shops is one of the best ways to get a feel for the town. There are historic sites dotted around, including St. Sophia’s Church and Hawaiian temples.
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