The Hana Highway, or the Road to Hana as is it popularly known, is a 64 mile stretch of road that goes along the northeast coast of Maui from Kahalui in the central area of the island to the far eastern tip. The town of Hana is at the eastern end of the island, but the road itself continues beyond Hana and eventually comes around to the sometimes unpaved road that goes along the southern coast just below Haleakala.
The Road to Hana is a curvy, narrow thoroughfare. There are 59 bridges along the road, 46 of which are one lane, like this one:
And if the curves and narrow passages aren’t enough, the Road to Hana becomes even more of an adventure on a rainy day.
Spotted along the road to Hana
And here’s Hana