Mountain & Waterfalls
See Two Famous Maui Landmarks In One Day
If this is your first time or your tenth time to Maui, two adventures that never disappoint are exploring Haleakala and traversing the Road to Hana. The big question is have you ever seen these two iconic landmarks from the air? If not, this tour is for you. In just 45 minutes you will be able to see the highlights of both Haleakala and Hana along with all of the amazing scenery in between.
See two iconic regions in one tour
Fly over Haleakala’s summit
View the jungles of Hana & coastal cliffs
Narrated by your pilot
Be sure to arrive at the Kahului Airport 30 minutes before your scheduled departure time to check in, meet your pilot, and receive safety instructions. Upon takeoff, you will gain altitude rapidly on your way up the gentle rolling slopes of Haleakala. After reaching the summit, you will be treated to views of the unique and otherworldly landscape inside the dormant volcano’s crater. Some have compared it to the surface of Mars, others to the Moon, but the bottom line is you have probably never seen anything like it!
The second half of the tour will be spent flying over the jungles and coastal areas of Hana. Though Hana is one of Maui’s most famous regions, it’s so large and rugged that it can be difficult to see all this magical area has to offer in one day. From the air, however, you will be able to check out jungles, bamboo forests, waterfalls, coastal cliffs and much much more from hundreds of feet in the air. Once you and your party have thoroughly explored Hana, your pilot will head back towards Kahului to land.
Hana & Haleakala
|GuestsUnder 2yrs is free of charge||$276.00|
Hana & Haleakala with Cliffside Landing
|GuestsUnder 2yrs is free of charge||$403.00|
Any request for a refund prior to 72 hours is honored with a full cash refund.
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No refunds issued for any tours within the 72 hour period, prior to the start of your tour.
Haleakala is the highest point on Maui at 10,023 feet above sea level. Flying to the summit will allow you to see the Upcountry region on the slopes of the mountain as well as inside the crater itself. In Hawaiian, Haleakala means “House of the Sun”
Along the coastline headed out to Hana, be on the lookout for the Keanae Peninsula jutting out into the ocean. While it may look beautiful from the air, this is certainly not a place where you would want to swim due to the constant waves and jagged black rocks. Keep an eye out for the Keanae Congregational Church, which was the only building to remain after a devastating tsunami destroyed the rest of the village in 1946.
Hana is the name of the town nestled in the jungle’s of Maui’s East Side, but the name is also applied to the entire region. Hana is as rugged as it is beautiful, and from a helicopter you will be able to see the it’s unspoiled beauty on full display. Be prepared to see waterfalls, jungles, and coastal cliffs!