Services

For locals and visitors, find the services you need in Hana!!

Dining

Restaurants, food trucks and roadside stands

Lodging

Want to make your Hana visit more than a day trip?

Activities

Fun things to do to enjoy the nature and culture of the East side

Shopping

Gifts, souvenirs and practical items, find them here...

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Check out the full directory of Hana's businesses...

Download the AlohaSafe Alert app to keep Hana safe!

Add your phone to the fight against COVID-19.

AlohaSafe Alert is a free, voluntary and private new service that helps slow the spread of COVID-19. It is the State of Hawaii’s official exposure notification app and has been developed in partnership with the Hawaii State Department of Health.

Download the AlohaSafe Alert app to get COVID-19 exposure notifications and help keep Hawaii safe and healthy – all while maintaining your privacy.

AlohaSafeAlert.org

Community Meeting in response to positive COVID-19 case in Hāna

November 19 @ 6:30 pm8:00 pm

Watch the video recording of the meeting

Maui County travel testing program starts Thursday, Oct. 15

Maui County Public Health Emergency Rules, Amended August 5, 2020

Interisland 14-day quarantine reinstated as of August 11

MAUI DISTRICT HEALTH OFFICE
The Department of Health video presentation on COVID-19 has been recorded and can be found at:  https://health.hawaii.gov/maui/
General email for questions:
Travel related information can be found: safetravels.hawaii.gov 
 
Travel quarantines are enforced by Dept. of Transportation (https://hidot.hawaii.gov/coronavirus/) and Hawaii Tourism Authority.
 

Maui Visitor’s Bureau 808-468-9952

NON emergency police hotline 808-244-6400 or email: mpdquarantine@mpd.net
 
Covid-19 Relief Resources for residents and businesses at MauiNuiStrong.net

HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS

IT IS HURRICANE SEASON! Download the following  COUNTY OF MAUI RESOURCES:

Currently there is a required 14-day quarantine for all travelers coming to Maui – even interisland. 

Additionally, MAUI COUNTY has some unique travel information,

CLICK HERE

For a list of approved facilities where you can do this quarantine,

CLICK HERE

In addition, all air travelers need to

fill out the online Safe Travels application at https://travel.hawaii.gov,

regardless of whether they are seeking a limited quarantine.

(Travelers between Lahaina and Manele harbors will continue to use paper mandatory travel form.)

 

Travelers to Maui County airports are reminded that they must submit applications for limited travel quarantine online at mauicounty.gov by clicking on the “request for limited quarantine form” icon. Requests should be completed at least 3 days prior to the requestor’s departure.

Those applying for a Limited Quarantine Exemption, the application should be completed BEFORE submitting the separate online Safe Travels application. The new state form has a field to input a traveler’s limited quarantine application number. This is provided to a traveler after applying for it online.

View our East Maui COVID-19 Updates & Resources page for full details of business and services status, and sources of grocery shopping, meal takeout, and access to produce/products in Hana.

Only the most recent changes will be posted here on the HanaMaui.com home page now as things start to open up again for business and activities. 

  • Hana Farmers Market winter hours Nov-Jan are 2:45-4:30 pm, with kupuna (65+) shopping starting at 2:15. Pre-order online at HanaFarmersMarket.org to pick up at the market each Friday. Holiday weeks (Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years) the market will be on Wednesdays (Nov. 25, and Dec. 23 and 30)
  • Kīpahulu District of Haleakalā National Park is open daily for day-use only 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. As if October 31, this includes weekend. The Pīpīwai Trail and Kūloa Point Trail are open. Restroom is open. Visitor center and campground are closed. 
  • Hana Youth Center and Hale Hulu Mamo are reopening – call each agency for details.
  • Kupuna Yoga at Ala Kukui has resumed on Tuesdays from 10-11.
  • Hana Public Library is open for limited services. Requested holds pick-up, Internet reservation, book drop. Mon & Tues 9-4, Wed & Thurs 11-7, Friday 11-4. Closed for lunch.

Hāna Events Calendar

All future events are subject to cancellation or postponement due to COVID-19 outbreak. Please check back for updates.

Dec 03

Hana Metals & Electronics Recycling Event

December 3 @ 8:00 am - 2:30 pm
Dec 04

Hana Metals & Electronics Recycling Event

December 4 @ 8:00 am - 2:30 pm
Dec 04

Hana Farmers Market

December 4 @ 2:45 pm - 4:30 pm
Dec 05

Hana Metals & Electronics Recycling Event

December 5 @ 8:00 am - 2:30 pm
Dec 11

Hana Farmers Market

December 11 @ 2:45 pm - 4:30 pm
Dec 18

Hana Farmers Market

December 18 @ 2:45 pm - 4:30 pm
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Enjoy this music medley of Hana's people singing about Hana's special history and places...
Hana Community Email Newsletter

To subscribe via email to Hana Community News and get articles, notices and COVID-19 updates for East Maui delivered to your inbox, send an email to subscribe@hanacommunity.net 

More information on specific businesses can be found within our Hāna Directory or by clicking the icon above for the specific type of business you are looking for. 

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, whether Maui residents or from off-island, even though the road is open again, we ask that you please kōkua and do not drive the road to Hāna. Respect that our small, remote communities are still vulnerable and very protective against COVID-19. If you do come, please wear your mask in public places, practice physical distancing, avoid crowds and closed-in spaces. Avoid close contact with Hana residents as much as possible.  Drive with Aloha while on the Road to Hāna. Maka’ala—be aware and be safe!