Maui Pre Dawn Bike Tour
Experience A Sunrise Adventure Like No Other
Avoid The Sunrise Summit Rush
Guided Bike Tour of 26 Miles
Snacks and Water included
Bikes and helmets included
Ride through Upcountry Maui
Enjoy spectacular views of the island
Learn about regional history from your guide
A highlight for most visitors to Maui—if not all of Hawaii—is experiencing a guided bike tour down Maui’s dormant volcano – Haleakala. Guests can enjoy this experience in an active way. Bike 26 miles (42 km) from the 6,500′ all the way down to the ocean at Paia Bay.
From our Office, we will transport guests to the 6,500′ level and your tour guide will provide you with the history of Haleakala, its geology, and the rare plants and animals found only on Maui. Watch the predawn colors from this location, and then you’ll be fitted with a bicycle and helmet to start your guided bike ride.
Pedal downhill, riding along switchbacks, through Haleakala Ranch, and past Kula. Continue through the towns of Makawao and Paia, and finally reach the Pacific coast at Paia Bay Beach Park.
4-Hour Guided Pre-Dawn Volcano Bike Tour From Paia
|AdultsAges 12 and up||$149.00|
The minimum biking age is 12 …due to high elevation no pregnant women are allowed on this tour, either as a biker or a van rider. Maximum weight approx. 280 lbs. Minimum height 4′ 10″
Snacks (with a no-host meal stop)
Use of Sportswear windbreaker jacket
Use of helmet and chrome cruiser bike
Any request for a refund 72 hours or more prior to the start of the tour or activity is honored with a full refund.
No refunds are issued for any cancellations inside the 72-hour period, prior to the start of your tour. There is no refund for no-shows. There is no charge for date change or tour change based on tour availability outside of the 72-hour cancellation period.
Haleakala is a dormant volcano that makes up much of Maui’s landmass. It is said that Haleakala, meaning “house of the sun,” was named by the demigod Maui after he lassoed the sun and dragged it down from the sky to slow its journey across the heavens. The 10,023-foot summit is often shrouded in clouds, lending an ethereal beauty to the landscape. Haleakala National Park was established in 1961 and encompasses more than 33,000 acres in three different climate zones.
Downhill biking is a thrilling experience that allows you to take in the beauty of your surroundings as you speed down mountain slopes. This type of cycling can be done on trails or paths that are specifically designed for downhill biking, or on regular roads and pathways with moderate traffic. The key is finding the right route with the right amount of challenge and scenery, which is what we have done with this gorgeous 26-mile excursion.
Kula is a small town located on the slopes of Haleakala and it is known for its lush green landscape and stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. Kula is also home to many farms, which produce some of the best fruits and vegetables on the island. The town of Kula is located about 10 miles from the beachside town of Paia and 26 miles from Kahului, which is Maui’s largest city. Kula offers a variety of shops and restaurants, as well as a few art galleries. The highlight of any visit to Kula is undoubtedly the amazing views of Haleakala and the Pacific Ocean that can be enjoyed from almost anywhere in town.The night of spectacular entertainment culminates with a breathtaking Samoan fire knife dance that will leave you gasping in awe. After the show, you can have a photo opportunity with the dancers. This is a night you and your family will never forget!