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Sightseeing in a Maui Jeep

Jeep Wrangler • Aug 01, 2019

Road to Hana in a Jeep

Hana highway curvy road

You can always opt for a paid tour, but driving yourself on the Road to Hana is the ultimate day or overnight trip.

  • Food - A picnic is the best option. There are some great parks and waysides along the road.
  • Water - Bring beverages as there are few stores along the way.
  • Cash - The roadside stands typically take only cash.
  • Towels - It can rain any day of the year. Travel prepared.
  • Hiking Boots - Only if you intend on hiking.
  • Camera/Mobile Phone - So many chances for great photos. Bring extra batteries and/or chargers.
  • Tunes - Bring some road trip music for your journey.
  • Bug Spray - Mosquitos are waiting for you.
  • Fill Jeep with Gas - You probably won't use it all, but it's a good precaution.
  • Respect the Land and People - This will make for a pleasant trip.
  • What Not to bring - Unneeded valuables. The island of Maui is fairly safe, but better to be safe than sorry.
The Hana Highway (HI-360) has a total of 620 curves and 59 bridges. Too many curves and bridges to count! The "Road to Hana" website has an excellent mile by mile. Just remember the mile markers are a bit out of sorts. A few of our few favorite scenic drives on Maui are found here.

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