For all drivers on the Road to Hāna…

Here are a few key points  to keep in mind, to ensure the safety and ease of visitors and locals alike:

  • Thinking of doing a day trip? We recommend taking in East Maui with a licensed tour operator! Look in the Hāna Business Directory for Sightseeing Tours and read the guide created by Hana and Beyond Tours below for helpful tips!
  • Drive as slowly and carefully as you like, and use pull outs to let faster drivers pass.
  • Look ahead for one-lane bridges and tight areas, and yield for oncoming traffic.
  • Don’t stop on bridges, or park where there are “no parking” signs and traffic may be impeded.
  • East Maui weather and road conditions can pose dangers ~ including flash flood conditions that come with mudslides, high surf and rip tides along the coast ~ read more on our Maka’ala page and connect to county alert notifications.
  • Community organizations like the Hana Highway RegulationEast Maui Ready, and initiatives like the Malama Maui Hikina project are working together to ensure resident and visitor safety along the East Maui roadways from Haiku to Ulupalakua. s

Traveling the Road To Hana?

Check out this video sponsored by the Maui Visitor's Bureau, and produced with assistance from the
Hana Highway Regulation.

Delineators to deter illegal parking at Waikane Bridge on Hana Highway