Weather in Hana
Hana is located in one of the last pristine rainforests in Hawaii and it takes a bit of rain to keep Hana Maui so lush and green. We sometimes experience passing showers (blessings) and some days are more blessed than others… a light rain poncho or a small umbrella may come in handy. Enjoy the beautiful waterfalls on the Hana Highway, but approach them with caution and heed any posted warning signs as flash flooding can occur especially after high rainfall on the mountain.
Weddings in Hana
The exquisite natural beauty of Hana, Maui make it an ideal venue for the perfect Maui wedding experience. Hana Kai can house a maximum of 64 guests in a total of 18 guest rooms. Our breathtaking oceanfront location, lovely grounds and spring fed koi ponds create the ideal atmosphere for an intimate, romantic wedding. There are several excellent choices for both the ceremony and/or reception right here in Hana.
Driving to Hana Kai Maui
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- Head east from the airport on Hana Highway through Paia.
- Follow the Hana Highway until you reach Hana. This will take approximately 2 hours from the airport if you don’t stop along the way.
- As you enter Hana the Hana Highway has a fork in the road. Keep left at that fork and the Hana Highway will become Uakea Road.
- Proceed one half mile down Uakea Road and Hana Kai will be on your left.
- Our address is 4865 Uakea Road, Hana HI, 96713.
- When you enter the parking lot proceed to the right and down to the lower parking lot for the reservation office. After-hours check-in is in the same area and you will see directional signs.
Things to Do in Hana, Maui
Our reservation staff will be happy to assist you with the many activities and attractions around Hana including: Horseback riding, nature hiking, beaches, massage, dining, touring Hana’s Cultural Center or Kahanu Gardens where the islands’ largest heiau (temple) has been restored to its original magnificence. Links to specific Hana activity providers websites can be found below:
This excellent article recently appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle.
“More than meets the eye in heavenly Hana”