Hana And Beyond Sightseeing Tour
A Comprehensive & Exciting Journey
Experience an authentic Road to Hana experience with the only tour company owned and operated by a Native Hawaiian family. On this tour, you will take a journey through untamed jungles where you will see jaw-droppingly beautiful scenery, cascading waterfalls, as well as unique plants and wildlife. If you want to feel like a local on the Road to Hana and have an amazing day making memories in one of Maui’s most exciting regions, book your tickets today!
Full Circle Hana Route
Local Hana Family Guides
Deli-Style Picnic & Drinks
Daily departures available
Hotel or condo pickup included
Spend 11 hours exploring Maui’s East Side
Ride in comfortable vehicles
Drive through miles of stunning scenery
Cruise through historic Paia town and learn about life in old Hawaii. As we take you on a journey to our hometown on the far eastern slopes of Haleakala where the ride, the thrill, and the beauty never ends. Enjoy scenic ocean views and rugged coastlines as we traverse one of the top 5 most beautiful drives in the world. Along the way, we’ll discover “the best banana bread on Maui” in a little community, built upon an ancient lava flow, where ancient Hawaiian farming practices and cultural traditions still exist. Take a dip into a fresh waterfall pool along the Hana highway at Pua’aka’a state park. Learn about the historic value of this picturesque highway. Discover lava tubes and a guest favorite, a black sand beach, and enjoy lunch at Waiʻānapanapa state park, swimming is also available.
Tour through the quaint town of Hana and learn of its foundation and history as we start our journey beyond Hana. See the rainforest dissipate as we journey along the south side of Haleakala where the windswept slopes are visible due to a lack of vegetation. Travel along a one-lane, seemingly kua’aina (backcountry) road and discover why rental cars aren’t allowed on this section of “highway”. Stop for scenic views of the Grand Canyon of Hana and journey down from the Upcountry slopes of Haleakala.
“One road, ageless beauty, endless discovery”
9-Hour Circle Island Tour With Lunch From Maui Hotels & Pier
|AdultsAges 11 and up||$210.00|
|ChildrenAges 10 and under||$180.00|
Complimentary pick-up & return from all major resorts and condos
Pickup Time Between 6:00-6:45A.M.
Scenic drive through lush rainforest
Observe various waterfalls
Stop at Keanae Pennisula
Halfway to Hāna fruit stand
Pua’a Ka’a State Park (Swim)
Black Sand Beach (Swim + Lunch)
Drive through Hāna Town
Drive pass Wailua Falls
Drive Over Seven Sacred Pools (Oheo)
Kipahulu – Charles Lindbergh
END TIME: 4:00-4:30 P.M.
Any request for a refund prior to 72 hours is honored with a full cash refund.
In the event of cancellation or request a change to your reservation, please note the following. For most Hawaii Tours & Activities originating from Oahu, there is no charge for date change or tour change based on tour availability.
No refunds are issued for any tours within the 72 hours before the start of your tour.
The Keanae Peninsula on Maui is one of the most beautiful and historic places in all of Hawaii. The Keanae area was first settled by Native Hawaiians more than 1,000 years ago, and the village at Keanae still retains much of its traditional Hawaiian culture. The narrow peninsula is surrounded by lush rainforest, waterfalls, and rugged coastline, and it is a popular spot for hiking, swimming, fishing, and whale watching. The Keanae Peninsula is also home to some of the oldest structures in Hawaii. The stone walls at Kaukini Gallery are among the oldest man-made structures in the state, dating back more than 2,000 years. The Kaukini Gallery was once a gathering place for chiefs and other high-ranking members of Hawaiian society.
The town of Hana is located on the east coast of Maui, in a narrow valley, surrounded by rainforests, and waterfalls. Hana was first settled by Native Hawaiians more than 1,000 years ago, and the village still retains much of its traditional Hawaiian culture. The town is also home to some of the most historic sites in Hawaii. The Hasegawa General Store is one of the oldest businesses in Hawaii, dating back to 1872. The store was once a gathering place for locals and visitors alike, and it served as a central hub for the community. The Hasegawa General Store is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Kaupo region of Maui is one of the most remote and rugged areas on the island. The Kaupo area is located in the rain shadow of Haleakala, and as a result, it receives less rainfall than other parts of Maui. The landscape is dominated by steep ridges, rocky cliffs, and dense forests. The Kaupo region is also home to some of the most historic sites in Hawaii. The region is home to a number of ancient Hawaiian temples and stone walls, dating back more than 1,000 years.
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