The Hana region of Maui is one of the most beautiful places in the world. It is filled with lush tropical rainforests, impressive waterfalls, and pools. The Hiking Tours in Hana will take you through these beautiful locations. Hana is one of the least populated areas in Hawaii. It is also the least touristy place in Maui since they have had less exposure to outside culture. Hana is home to lush rainforests, waterfalls and beautiful coastlines. The Hiking Tours in Hana will take you on the Road to Hana halfway. The Road to Hana tour is about 52 miles long and goes over 59 bridges, 620 curves and the town of Paia. These Hiking Tours will take you halfway through it and you will hike through the dense foliage of Hana’s rainforests. The guides will take you to the various waterfalls located throughout Hana. Guests can jump down from the waterfalls and into the pools below it. Guests can also swim in the pools and cool off after their hikes. These hikes vary in difficulty. Some are easy with guests hiking for a few miles with an elevation gain of fewer than 300 feet. Others require more effort. These Hiking Tours are longer and need more stamina to complete.

Most of the Hiking Tours in Hana are done in uneven terrain. They go over rocks, streams and even muddy dirt trails. Because of the weather is Hana, guests should expect to get dirty but they can always wash off when swimming. There are things that guests should keep in mind when joining the Hiking Tours in Hana. Guests should always wear the appropriate gear. These include hiking boots, comfortable clothes, and swimsuits underneath the clothes. If guests are planning to go on the hikes by themselves, they should bring necessary gear. Things like first aid kits, towels, water, and snacks are important. Guests should also take note of any advisory. Flash floods can occur without any notice. Always exercise caution.

Jeremy Stice is the Author of the Maui Real Estate Guidebook.

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