There are often so many beautiful sites along the Road to Hana that people don't know which to choose. If you're looking for a relaxing spot to get out, stretch your legs and learn something new, you'll enjoy the Keanae Arboretum, a botanical garden located about .8 miles past the 16 mile marker. Offering free entrance every day of the week, the arboretum sits along the Pi'inau'au Stream and within a rainforest. Famous for growing taro, bananas, yams, and other crops much like their Hawaiian ancestors, the people of Keanae have a rich and diverse history.
A paved walkway provides visitors with a half mile walk through 150 varieties of tropical plants from around the world, including different types of taro, gingers, hibiscus, papaya, and a mix of native and non-native Hawaiian trees. Most of the trees and flowers are labeled for your convenience, but be sure to check out the rainbow eucalyptus trees up close for a great photo opportunity.
There are many beautiful trails to choose from, whether you're looking for a short or long walk, just remember to bring your mosquito repellant and do not pick any plant or flower. Enjoy!
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Experience Hana at your leisure, and enjoy local knowledge and fun activities.
Brand new luxury vans driven by passionate guides to the best sights along the Road to Hana.
Take your own private guided trip leading you to romanace and adventure in Hana.
Grab snacks, refreshments and a packed lunch at Kuau Store.
The ultimate car rentals ideal for your drive along the Road to Hana.
Explore Maui's rainforest cliffs and waterfalls by rappelling down them.
Take the worry out of driving the backside from Hana with a smooth, lifted ride.