Private Road To Hana & Bamboo Forest Trek
Hike The Pipiwai Trail In Haleakala At Kipahulu
The parks across the United States are the crown jewels of our public lands and Haleakala National Park is one of the best. This park has incredible variations and goes from 10,000ʻ right down to the ocean at Kipahulu. This tour allows you to explore the incredible bamboo forest on a hike up the Pipiwai Trail. You will travel 2 miles up to the end where you will see one of the tallest waterfalls seen on any road to Hana tour. This is truly a magical hike.
Let our local Hana Highway experts (professional guides) do all the driving for you as you sit back, relax and enjoy the spectacular views. Our guides will entertain you with fun stories as well as share with you interesting historical facts as well as educate you with Hawaiian legends and culture in this once in a lifetime adventure to discover the best of Maui!
Private Tour (10 passenger max)
Certified Private Hiking Guide
Hike 4 Miles On Pipiwai Trail In Haleakala National Park At Kipahulu
Various Rainforest Stops (Rainbow Eucalyptus trees, waterfalls, flowers)
Swimming opportunities available (weather and safety permitting outside of the National Park)
Stop At A Black Sand Beach at Waianapanapa
Various Ocean, Cliff and Coastal Views All Day Long
See The Famed Keanae Peninsula
Drive Through Kaupo and Mauiʻs Windswept Backside
Hotel / Condo Pickup and Return Available (Extra Fee)
|Kaupo & Backside Maui||Explore the rich history and cultural lessons of this windy backside of Maui.|
|Palapala Ho’omau||Located in the Kipahulu district of Maui you get to see a few different attractions including the gravesite of Charles Lindbergh.|
|Kipahulu Section At Haleakala National Park||Explore the visitor center and see the Pools of Oheo (“seven sacred pools” – there are not 7 and they are not sacred)|
|Hike The Pipiwai Trail||Spend a few hours hiking the trail up to 200 and 400 foot waterfalls. Cross multiple bridges and walk through a thick bamboo forest too.|
|Hāna Town & Bay||Exposure to local life in this culturally enriched small town village were the local community gathers for surfing, fishing and canoeing at Hāna Bay.|
|Wai’ānapanapa State Park||Highlights a black sand beach, blowhole, caves, pool and a ton more!|
|Ke’ane Point||This peninsula of land jets out into the pacific ocean bravely enduring the crashing of the waves.|
|Beautiful Maui Waterfalls||The most beautiful waterfalls are found on this road to Hāna.|
|Tropical Rain Forest||Experience America’s longest highway through a rain forrest as you drive through the Hāna Highway.|
10-Hour Private Bamboo Forest Hiking Tour From Kahului
|Guests2 person minimum | Price Per Person||$375.00|
|InfantsChildren 2 and Under Ride Free||FREE|
*Weather and safety permitting.
There is a 72-hour cancellation policy on this tour. Please contact us before then to receive a refund. No refunds for no-shows.
The trail at Haleakala National Park will be one of the highlights of your trip to Maui. You will see some of the most stunning rainforest and waterfall scenes on the island. This trail is full of variety from native forest, to invasive bamboo, vines and more. This stop also includes a visit to the visitor center and time to explore inside. This is also home to the famous Pools of Oheo (Seven Sacred Pools) that were once a great place to swim and hang out. Now is prone to rockslides making it very dangerous.
You will love exploring the Hana highwayʻs rainforests, flowers, unique stops, fruit stands, waterfalls and overlooks with a private guide. The winding road will have you wanting to look in every direction at once. You local guide knows all the best stops to make that day so you will have a customized experience, all day long.
This tour also includes a stop at the famed black sand beach at Waianapanapa State Park.
This tour starts in Kahului (extra fee for hotel pickup) and takes you on a circle route at the base of Haleakala. You will travel up to 3000 feet and down to the ocean throughout this full day tour. The route takes you out to the backside of the island to see the rugged windswept area that used to be a rainforest with water supporting tens of thousands, now only a few hundred live here. This is a tour where you absolutely wonʻt miss anything.