Maui- Road to Hana

Another must do in Maui is the road to Hana. It is  an ALL day drip, but totally worth the time. We started our morning at Ka’Ana kitchen at the Andaz Maui for the ultimate breakfast experience. We were told this was the best breakfast in Maui and I would go as far as to say it was the best breakfast I have ever had. This breakfast experience has everything from fresh fruit, acai bowls, a fresh juice tasting, an omelet station, island delicacies, banana pancakes, the best potatoes I have EVER had, $15 bottomless Mimomsas and much much more. Come with an appetite, you will need it!

We then got in our Jeep and started making our way to Hana! We really wanted to concentrate on the surroundings on the pics from this trip so you guys could get a taste of how amazing Hana is.  There are multiple stops along the way and a few secrets too. Each and every turn you will see something beautiful. It can be a beautiful lookout point, to a lush fruit or an exotic bird, this road trip has it all.

IMG_0634We immediately pulled off to grab a coconut drink and a snack at the cutest stand. Of course I had to snap a pic 🙂

IMG_0655Our next stop was the botanical gardens. This stop usually takes about 1-2 hours. You will want to get out and walk the trails. There are peacocks and other birds you can feed directly from your hands and of course amazing views!

DSC_3741If you have seen Jurassic Park, this lookout point will be look familiar! It is in the opening scene! One of my favorites.

IMG_0718drew hanahana palm treeOur next stop was the black sand beach. This is probably my favorite stop along the way. There is something about the contrast of the black rocks and ocean that is just absolutely STUNNING. I mean how often do you get to see black sand? parrot wrapIMG_0750We were told about a red sand beach at the very end of the Hana road trip. We were told it can be tricky to get to, but we were up for the challenge. Make sure you have good shoes on for this hike, it was definitely a bit sketchy along the way haha. I wore sandals most of the day, but i packed my tennis shoes for mini excursions like this.  When we turned the corner for the last part of the hike, we were blown away. This was one of the most beautiful secluded beaches I have seen. The red sand was so unique and the rock formations were sand beach-2red sand beach drewWe did not make it to the 7 sacred pools and the hike to the 400ft waterfall because we did that the last time we went to Maui, but I HIGHLY recommend it. It is 1000% worth doing especially if you already invested your entire day to this trip.

We got back to the resort and I was looking like a hot mess, I have naturally wavy hair and it was in FULL effect haha! We cleaned up and went to dinner at Sansei! This was a favorite sushi spot from the last time we went to Maui.  I wore this gorgeous romper by Yumi Kim. This print was perfect for our tropical getaway. Yumi Kim pieces fit extremely well and he fabrics are super soft.

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HANA OUTFIT– SHORTS h&m (similar)| SWIMSUIT h&m | SHOES Vince Camuto | HAT Target | BRACELETS BAUBLE BAR C/O | SUNGLASSES Karen Walker


BEACH OUTFIT– WRAP Revolve | SWIMSUIT Maaji c/o | HAT Target


NIGHT OUTFIT  ROMPER Yumi Kim c/o | HEELS Steve Madden | CLUTCH YSL  (love this one)| BRACELETS Bauble Bar | SUNGLASSES Karen Walker

Whew if you made it this far, pat yourself on the back! I promise the remaining Maui posts will not be this long 🙂 I hope you all have a great weekend!!


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