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On the island of Maui, Travaasa Hana is tucked onto the eastern shoreline in the shadow of towering Haleakala. This volcanic peak which dominates much of the landscape of the island, is topped with a massive crater and is worth exploring. Haleakala National Park protects the unique flora and fauna that call the mountain home!... more
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 49 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City Hana
- Nearby Water Kaihalulu Bay
- Open Dates All Year
The island of Maui has a mountainous backbone in the form of the East and West Maui Mountains. To the east rises Haleakala, meaning "House of the Sun" a stunning mountain that is also home to massive volcanic crater and several endangered species. There are numerous hiking trails in the park, and well as scenic drives on which you can explore the... more
The East and West Maui Mountains tower over the island of Maui and form it's stunning backbone. The remnants of the volcanic activity that formed the island are on display when you visit Haleakala National Park. There are also hikes taking you down into the crater so you can get the whole experience! When you stay at Island Sands Resort, it's not... more
The East and West Maui Mountains form the backbone of the island. They dominate the landscape and are easily seen from anywhere on the island. You can explore them however you wish, but there are several great scenic drives and a visitor's center for Haleakala National Park, which can be found in the East Mountains, is not to be missed!... more
Enjoy the scenic beauty of Haleakala rising into the clouds when you stay at Maui Kamaole. Meaning "House of the Sun," Haleakala is a part of the East Maui Mountains that form the backbone of the island. Enjoy the stunning vistas of Haleakala Crater and learn about the numerous endangered species that call it home!... more
The island of Maui boasts two sets of mountains. The East and West Maui Mountains form the backbone of the island and the East Maui Mountains contain Haleakala National Park, which protects a massive volcanic crater and numerous endangered species. Learn more about the the mountains, and the formation of the whole island when you visit the park!... more
Drive to the top of Haleakala and see the breathtaking mountain vistas. The remnants of the volcanic activity that formed the Hawaiian islands is on display in the East and West Maui Mountains, which form the backbone of the island. Explore them with hikes through Haleakala National Park and scenic drives around the island!... more