Best Beaches in Maui – but which one is right for you?
Finding the best beaches in Maui isn’t hard. There’s no such thing as a bad Maui beach, but some are better than others, depending on if you have small children, are looking to snorkel or watch turtles on the sand, want a small wave to surf or are are watching for the green flash with a cocktail in your hand.
On the GyPSy Guide’s narrated driving tour app for Maui, you’ll visit all of these, so you can make up your own mind.
Best Maui Beach for Sunsets
Kama’ole Beaches, South Side
Drive The Road to Hana and you’ll cruise past some of the most stunning scenery in Hawaii.
From spectacular seascapes and taro patches to botanical gardens, this 70 mile/110km stretch has a reputation for being one of the top drives in the world. So here are six must-follow tips for driving the Road To Hana that will help you get the most out of the experience.
Start Early For A Smoother Ride
Depending on when you’re travelling, the Road To Hana can be pretty congested. So why get stuck behind some slow-poke for the entire trip?
Even worse, many stopping areas along the way have
Are you thinking of driving Maui’s Road To Hana? Then you better be prepared.
Although this 70 mile/110km Maui drive serves up some of the most amazing scenery in the state, it’s not an adventure to take lightly. So here are five mistakes you need to avoid when driving this thrilling road.
Sleeping in too late
Now’s not the time to catch up on sleep.
Its best to be on the road, leaving your resort by at least 7:30 am. If you start late, the Road To Hana can be crowded with other drivers. It can mean that you might find yourself crawling along behind
Are you ready for a little adventure during your time in Oahu? Lying on the beach and sipping cocktails is great, but you might also be eager to explore a little more.
Here are five great adventures you can have when you look beyond Oahu:
The best way to explore Oahu is to rent a vehicle, so that you can go beyond the main beach hotspots and enjoy the off-the-beaten track side of the island. Having your own car allows you to explore at your own pace and make the most of your time.
When you head outside of Honolulu and Waikiki, you’ll
Hawaii’s largest island is a vast frontier, just waiting to be explored.
As you drive down miles of highways, you’ll travel through eight climate zones and witness a range of landscapes – from black volcanic-sand beaches to snow-capped mountains to rolling green pastures and dramatic seaside cliffs.
And the Big Island also provides some of the most scenic drives in all of Hawaii.
So if you want to experience everything this amazing place has to offer, check out these four road trips:
Volcanoes National Park
Total driving time: 2.5 hours to reach the entrance, plan to spend at least several hours exploring the park.
Driving around Kauai will have you passing rushing waterfalls, ochre canyons, lush green mountains, golden beaches – the natural beauty will leave you in a state of awe.
Although it’s tempting to simply sit by the pool with a cold drink and unwind, you’ll also want to hit the road and meander around the Garden Isle to experience new sights around every twist in the road.
Renting a car is the best way to see Kauai. You’ll have the freedom to go to the best places, and spend as much time as you like exploring.
Here’s what else you should know before embarking on