The road to Hana is considered by National Geographic Magazine as one of the most scenic drives in the world. Plan to stop often to enjoy waterfalls, scenic lookouts, roadside fruit vendors, and hiking trails on this 52 miles with 59 bridges and 620 curves.
Iao Needle State Park is a must see while you are on Maui. This gorgeous park is named for the needle like peak that reaches 1200 feet above the valley floor. There is a well-marked, paved path that takes you from the parking lot to a viewpoint of the Iao Needle. The lookout also provides incredible views of the valley.
Haleaka which means “house of the sun” is an inactive volcano which forms more than 75 % of the island of Maui. The crater is 3000 feet deep, 7. 5 miles long, and 2.5 miles wide. Make time to see this once in a life time spectacular view at Sunrise or Sunset where all of Maui can be seen below.