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Tourism industry officials are asking visitors to help curb traffic congestion by choosing group tours instead of driving individually to Hāna.
“Out of the respect for the Hāna community, it is recommended to experience the road to Hana through a guided tour and not to drive it on your own,” said Janet Kuwahara, Maui Visitors and Convention Bureau senior manager of operations. “This is the only accessibility for the Hāna community, they depend on Hāna Highway for access to work, supplies, emergency services, etc. Your kōkua and sensitivity is appreciated until the road repairs are completed between Kīpahulu and Kaupo and is open and safe to travel.”
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The town of Hāna, known as “The Heart of Old Hawai’i” is a small, remote and traditional village located on the easternmost end of the island of Maui.
The winding “Road to Hāna” is famous for its stunning coastlines, lush forest, scenic pastoral landscapes, world-class beaches, rich history, Hawaiian cultural practice, and friendly local people. It is recognized as one of the premier destinations in Hawaii, and one of the most popular visitor activities on Maui.
The East Maui region—through which the Hana Highway passes—is comprised of four traditional moku, or districts: Ko‘olau, Hāna, Kīpahulu and Kaupō. Along with the town of Hāna itself, East Maui or Maui Hikina also includes numerous small communities spread out along the coastline, each with their own distinct characters, while also sharing much in common.
For visitors to Hāna and East Maui, we ask that you respect our small, remote communities and Drive with Aloha while on the Road to Hāna. Maka’ala—be aware and be safe!
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Information on the Hawai’i Safe Travels Program Mandatory for all Visitors to Maui.
Travel related information can be found: safetravels.hawaii.govTravel quarantines are enforced by Dept. of Transportation (https://hidot.hawaii.gov/coronavirus/) and Hawaii Tourism Authority.
Maui Visitor’s Bureau 808-468-9952NON emergency police hotline 808-244-6400 or email: firstname.lastname@example.orgCovid-19 Relief Resources for residents and businesses at MauiNuiStrong.net