Hana Lava Tube
205 Ulaino Rd, Hana, HI 96713(808) 248-7308
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Alli Telford · February 05, 2020
An easy, self guided tour of the largest lava tube in Maui! The placards inside the tubes provided a wealth of information and the metal rails helped with the slick walkways. The tubes were pretty wet so you will definitely get a few water droplets on you. My husband and I were able to traverse this in flip flops (we didn't think to bring tennis shoes to Hana) and they give you your own personal flashlight to light the way. Just make sure you dont blind anyone, touch anything and there are NO BATS! Highly suggest this pit stop!
Brea Schneider · January 09, 2020
BEST THING TO SEE IN HANA! Definitely a must-stop when driving to/from Hana. I don’t understand why people are complaining about the $12.50 entrance fee? They give you a powerful flashlight, you get access to the maze, plus you can tell the employees really enjoy their job. They give you an introduction to the cave system and are happy to answer any questions. No bats, no critters in the cave and they have cool plaques that explain the different formations in the tube. Plus if you’re lucky you’ll see a chameleon or a mongoose. Beautiful property with horses and rolling fields. A Hana treasure! Be sure to say hi to John at the entrance - this guy deserves a raise!
Mark Chiovitti · December 25, 2019
Worth the stop especially if you've never done a cave tour. The cave is safe and the flashlight provided lights everything without issue. Shutting off the light mid or at the end is cool, pure darkness. Also we joked about a dragon living in the cave at some point.
Jennifer Lewis · December 09, 2019
The Lava Tube was really fun and different from the typical cave tour. It's only 35 minutes so It's really a quick detour on the long road to Hana. It's a self guided tour by flashlight. Read the signs they're actually fascinating.
P Smith · January 08, 2020
Worth the money. We've seen other man made and natural caves but this was still worth checking out. Cool to see what lava can do.