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Escape to Hana, MauiMon, 06 Apr 2015 20:58:08 +0000en-UShourly1Festivals of Aloha, October 19-26, 2013
http://www.hanamaui.com/2013/09/30/festivals-of-aloha-october-19-26-2013/#commentsMon, 30 Sep 2013 20:23:21 +0000http://www.hanamaui.com/?p=1705The 2013 Festivals of Aloha fittingly culminate with an action-packed agenda in heavenly Hana. Non-stop activities include a town parade and Ho’olaule’a, Aloha Wear contest, fishing tournament, Teen Night, Poke Contest, Ulu (Breadfruit) Cook-off, Lei & Floral Show and lots of hula and Hawaiian music — all happening at the one of the most authentic, unspoiled locations in the world. See the schedule of events for October at: http://festivalsofaloha.com/Festivals_of_Aloha-_Maui_Style/2013_Hana_Schedule_of_Events.html
A challenge to find the finest photos taken in East Maui this fall.
Photos of any subject of local interest must be digital and with a caption and contact details of the photographer. Entries (free but limited to three per entrant) to firstname.lastname@example.org, or on disk to PO Box 795, Hana to arrive by the end of Aloha Week, October 23. Submission of a photograph will imply all necessary consents and publication rights. Judges’ decision final.
The winner, to be announced in the Winter Edition where the best pictures may be published, will receive a signed copy of George Kinder’s wonderful book A Song For Hāna.
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http://www.hanamaui.com/2011/08/01/friends-of-hana-keiki/#commentsMon, 01 Aug 2011 02:21:33 +0000http://www.hanamaui.com/?p=1691The Friends of Hana Keiki www.hanakeiki.org is up and running.
Friends of Hana Keiki was created in 2010 to accept tax deductible donations to be used exclusively to benefit keiki from Keanae to Kaupo. The group works with Hana School and other community organizations to identify the needs of area children and fund and promote programs which are not provided through traditional school and community funding sources.
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http://www.hanamaui.com/2011/05/06/canoe-regatta-may-14/#commentsFri, 06 May 2011 17:24:53 +0000http://www.hanamaui.com/?p=1688Hana Canoe Regatta coming up May 14th. Hana Bay
Hana School Girls softball team won the Division 2 M.I.L title.
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Author James Michener – “The only beach I’ve ever seen that looks like the South Pacific was in the North Pacific”
This beautiful beach shares facilities with the Hotel Hana Maui, but is a public beach. It has been voted as one of Hawaii’s favorite beaches.
From Hamoa Beach you can see the little island of ‘A-lau.
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At Hana Bay you will find a large black sand beach that is well protected and a safe place to swim. This is a popular family gathering place for area residents. It’s a great place for picnics, swimming and canoe races.
]]>http://www.hanamaui.com/2011/02/19/hana-bay/feed/0Honokalani Black Sand Beach
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Black Sand Beach at Wainapanapa State Park
Honokalani Black Sand Beach is located in the Wainapanapa State Park.
Explore the area around the beach- you’ll find seaside lava tubes, a sea arch and sea caves. Park facilities include Picnic facilities, restrooms, showers,
swimming, snorkeling, diving, paved parking lot, hiking trails.
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Hike the Pipiwai Trail up to Waimoku Falls. A two mile trip each way, gaining 650 feet in elevation, it’s best to allow 3 to 4 hours to complete the trip. This beautiful waterfall drops 400 feet down a sheer lava rock wall. It is well worth the time, especially if you are a nature lover. You’ll see a wide variety of flora and fauna along the way, including a dense bamboo forest.
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Hana, isolated from the rest of the island, is truly the last undeveloped tropical paradise on Maui. Picturesque views of spectacular waterfalls, the rugged Hana shoreline and some of the best beaches on the island can only begin to describe what awaits you on this journey.