All about Road to Hana trip

The Road to Hana tour is a must do for anyone vacationing in Maui. There are even people take the Road to Hana tour from Oahu as a day trip. If you haven’t been to Maui before, the Road to Hana is a beautiful 50-mile drive on a winding road through a tropical rainforest. This highway is untouched by the modern world, and you will not find a McDonald’s, Walmart or Starbucks along the way. The things you will see are nature in its splendor, and perhaps a few food stands along the way. You may think that you can drive the 50 miles in an hour, but you will want to take the whole day. You will be stopping at waterfalls, pools for swimming, beaches, hiking and even see a blow hole. Listed below in the order you will come to them are five stops everyone won’t want to miss.

Keanae Village and Peninsula (17) – On Keanae Peninsula, you will find one of the best views highlighting the winding Road to Hana and beautiful scenic views. Shortly after making the turn-off, on your left, you will see a pullout allowing you to stop and get pictures. This is the photo you can share with your friends on Facebook as you describe the 620 curves you took on the Road to Hana! As you continue down the lane, you will notice the historic church, built in 1860. It is the only building on the peninsula that survived the tsunami in 1946. Go onto the lava rock and check out the breathtaking scenic views.

Waikani Falls (19.6) – This unique waterfall is also called Three Bears Falls. As the water cascades off the mountain, in breaks up into three distinct run offs representing Papa, Mama, and Baby Bear. There is limited parking, so go past the falls and park then walk back down to view it. Most will want just to get a picture from the road, but those adventurous can swim in the pool below.

Waianapanapa State Park (32) – This park features a black sand beach, a blow hole, and fresh water caves. There is also camping and picnic spots available. Wainapanapa has so much to do; you could easily spend an hour here.
Wailua Falls (past Hana) This is another great waterfall viewed from right off the road so everyone can enjoy it. It plummets 100 feet into a beautiful tropical setting. (As a side note, just to make things confusing, 1.5 miles past Hana, the mile markers start counting down instead of up).

Haleakala National Park and Ohe’o Gulch (past Hana)- Though it is ten miles past Hana, Haleakala is usually thought of like the last thing to see on the Road to Hana. There are two trails in the park; the more common one is the.5 mile loop to Ohe’o Gulch. It is an easy trail and takes you to several pools that visitors can swim in. If you have feel adventurous and enough time, my favorite hike on the Road to Hana is the four-mile round trip hike to Waimoku Falls that takes you through an awesome bamboo forest.

These top 5 attractions on the Road to Hana will be enjoyable to everyone. Young, old, adventurous, non-adventurous, athletic or not, all will be able to access these stops, and all will enjoy them. When traveling the Road to Hana remember, it’s the journey and all these wonderful places in nature that you’ll enjoy on your drive, not Hana itself. So go ahead, enjoy your journey.

Take the tour of the popular road to Hana and beyond in a comfortable luxury Limo-Van or a Luxury Mini Coach and experience simple views winding over steep valley on the road to Hana.  Enjoy the day viewing lush rain forests and magnificent waterfalls, Hawaiian culture and most breathtaking drives on earth through Maui’s tropical rainforest.

The famous Road to Hana private tour characterizes the natural beauty that attracts so many visitors to Maui from its 617 curves and 56 one lane bridges to steep valley and majestic ridges. We recommend a full day tour to enjoy its natural beauty and experience the only black sand beach in Maui, the famous 7 sacred pools at Ohea Gulch, etc. It is a must visit for all with your family and friends as you can taste the real beauty of mother earth.

Tips For Finding a Good Wedding DJ in Maui

Are you planning a wedding anytime soon? If so, you will want to try to find the best DJ that you can. In this article, we will be going over some of the key tips in order to find a good wedding DJ in Maui for your big day.

Here are some pointers looking for the right person:

1. Experience.

The biggest thing that you should be looking for when you are trying to narrow down your options and find the best wedding DJ is the experience. The experience is the absolute primary thing to consider because the more weddings the DJ has done, the better the chances they know what they are doing. By finding one that has ran a bunch of weddings, you should be able to avoid finding one that might not know how to handle or deal with problems that could pop up during the wedding.

2. Pricing.

Another thing that you should look at and consider when it comes to finding the best wedding DJ is the pricing of their services. This is going to be huge when it comes to finding the right DJ because you want to check and make sure that you are able to find and acquire one that is going to be able to perform the services under your specified budget. While you shouldn’t necessarily choose the DJ strictly based on pricing alone, it is a major consideration that should help you effectively narrow down your choices.

3. Reputation.

Another major thing that you are going to want to look at and consider when it comes to finding the right DJ to hire is the reputation of the DJ in question. Ideally, you want to try to identify the DJ’s on the market that has the best overall reputation. When you approach it that way, you should be able to hire one knowing that they constantly satisfy their clients. After all, you are going to be hiring them for one of the biggest days of your life. You want to be sure that they haven’t disappointed previous clients on their biggest day. This will help you narrow down your options to the point where you should be able to find one that will provide you with excellent service. You can do this either by looking at the various review websites available on the Internet or simply by asking for testimonials.  Also look for awards.  When DJs perform consistently above expectations, sites like theKnot or WeddingWire.com will give them awards.  For example, here is an award winning wedding DJ.

Overall, there are a lot of different factors that you can consider when you are looking to identify and choose a DJ for your wedding. Not only do you want to look at the pricing that they are charging to ensure that it fits well within your budget, but you also want to make sure that you are correctly identifying the DJ’s that are going to satisfy your specific requirements and needs. Choosing the right DJ shouldn’t be too tough of a task as long as you are willing to put in the work to research and narrow down your options.