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The Weather in Hana
You can see our climate diagram above. The highest average temperatures are in the month of August. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 62° in January. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is January.
Enjoy a slice of paradise at a Hāna vacation rental
Typical vacation rentals in Hāna, Maui, are situated close to the water with a beach view. You can opt for a larger home or go with a smaller, cozier home. Either way, you'll be equipped with all modern amenities.
For traditional Hawaiian cuisine, look no further than Bradduh Hutt. This permanent food truck restaurant offers up delicious barbecued meats in the traditional style and offers plenty of outdoor seating.
Have a delicious meal by stopping at Hāna Fresh Farm Stand on the Hāna Highway. It serves organic fruits and vegetables, with proceeds going to community health services.
Exploring the culture of Hāna
To discover the local culture and history, look no further than the Hāna Cultural Center and Museum, located off Uakea Road near Keanini Drive in Hāna. Examine historical artifacts and visit the original Hāna courthouse while learning about local customs and traditions.
Hāna is known for the plethora of talented artists that call it home. Discover their work at the Hāna Coast Gallery located right down the street from the cultural center, at the intersection of Hāna Highway and Keawa Place. The gallery showcases native art as well as sculpture and paintings.
Popular activities around Hāna
Hamoa Beach is truly a hidden gem – make sure not to pass up its clear water and soft sand. Enjoy swimming, snorkeling, or bring your surf or boogie board to catch some waves.
Haleakalā National Park is a great place to explore the nature of Hawaii. Get on the Hāna Highway and drive about 12 miles to mile marker 42. There, you'll find the entrance to the park and have the opportunity to hike miles of mountain trails and see plenty of waterfalls, flora, and fauna.
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