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Healing Waters of Hana
When Europeans first arrived in 1778, the lands of Hana, Kipahulu and Kaupo were the most densely populated anywhere on Hawaii. Hawaiians were attracted by the lush soil, abundant fresh mountain springs, great fishing ground and nearly perfect climate. Here the gentle trade winds push the clouds toward the mountains to collect and send down the night showers.
Waimoku Falls
Today, there’s Maui, and then there’s Heavenly Hana. Isolated from the rest of the island, the Hana Coast is the last undeveloped tropical paradise on Maui. Hana has been saved from progress by the Hana Road, which in 52 serpentine miles winds around 600 curves and crosses 54 one-lane bridges. The charm of Hana Town is that little has changed in the past 30 years, perpetuating the small town atmosphere, Hawaiian culture and scenic beauty.
Hana Gardenland is a lush paradise retreat blessed by rainfall, sunshine and fresh breezes. Grassy pathways meander through tropical gardens and woods. From here, you can relax and and visit some remarkable waterscapes along the Hana Coast.

Rain Droplets
Soothing night showers with rain softly drumming on the roof bring a chorus of frogs and insects and the morning cacaphony of birdsong.
Refreshing sun showers during the day bring fresh breezes and perk up the lush green vegetation.
Sparkling water droplets on green leaves, palm fronds and exotic flowers like orchids, heliconias, ginger, tillandsias and anthuriums.
Stunning waterfalls up cascading streams through fragrant forests of ginger and chattering bamboo.
Pipiwai Trail: Cascades | Bamboo Forest | Waimoku Falls
Pipiwai Trail to Waimoku Falls through the bamboo forest in Haleakela National Park.
Cooling freshwater pools from mountain streams, opening up to coastline beaches.
Waioka Pond - Venus Pool
Waioka Pond (Venus Pool).
Blow Hole at Waianapanapa
Relaxing cove beaches with protected shorelines with red, black and white sand beaches.
Roaring ocean surf spraying against jagged volcanic rocks, sending up huge columns of white sea spray.
A blowhole at Waianapanapa State Park.
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