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Stay at the Travaasa Maui in Hana

December 11, 2013 by

Hana Maui

Looking for an isolated tropical paradise for your getaway? Plan a visit to Hana on Maui’s eastern coast. It’s the last undeveloped bit of paradise onMaui. It takes a 50-mile drive with more than 600 curves along the rugged shoreline and dozens of narrow bridges, but is well worth the extra effort.

The landscape along the way is stunning. Where else does the “scenic route” mean rainforests and plunge pools? And when you arrive in the town of Hana, it wraps you with the feeling of being in a world away from the rest of Maui.

Hana Sea Ranch Cottage

Sea Ranch Cottages

Stay at the Travaasa Maui

Instead of driving 50 miles there and then back in the same day consider staying at the posh Travaasa Maui. It offers a choice of plantation style cottage residences nestled along the coastline or spacious suites.

  • Sea Ranch Cottages: The Sea Ranch Cottages feature large private lanais with breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean. Some of them even offer a private hot tub. Kids 16 and younger are not allowed to stay in the cottages except when family week specials are offered.
  • Family Suites: The family suites accommodate up to 6 people and are located adjacent to 3-hole pitch and a putt-putt golf course. These suites offer a full gourmet kitchen and a large dining area. Amenities include Wi-fi and cable TV.
  • Garden View Suites: The Garden View Suits include a wet bar and offer access to activities at the Makana Center. These suites are also family friendly, but don’t offer the views available when staying in the Family Suites.

Hana Waterfall

Spa Treatments

Travaasa spa treatments reflect a touch of Hana. They honor the ability of plants and essential oils to naturally treat, heal and revitalize the soul. Guests can enjoy a nice assortment of massages, healing rituals, beauty treatments and personalized services.

Hana has changed very little over the last 20 years. The rugged shoreline offers some of the best beaches on the island, and while you’re there don’t miss the opportunity to visit the various parks and lookouts, too. It’s an unspoiled, serene, and even mystical destination.

Photo credits: paul bica, travassa.comtata_aka_T

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