Stop at over 13 tour locations, including memorable photo opportunities. Our tour offers over 4 hours worth of stops! Compare our “Road to Hana Tour” with any other Hana tour and we know we’ll see you soon!
Half the fun is getting there. The road to Hana, with its 617 hair pin turns and 56 narrow one-lane bridges is an all day affair. The lookouts, waterfalls, trails and wayside parks on the way are THE experience. Hana has things to do but beyond Hana there is so much more, including Wailua Falls, the Oheo Pools and Kaupo, just to name a few.
Located on the eastern-most tip of Maui, Hana is famous for it’s natural beauty, rural life-style, and its friendly people.
Tour Hana’s scenic sites while they are still unspoiled by modern man. Hana is a photographer’s’ playground, offering dozens of waterfalls and unparalleled coastal/mountain views.
I am sure both Anne and I would not have enjoyed this trip doing it ourselves.
Anne & Greg
I read up and decided not to drive. Best idea of the trip.
my wife convinced me that we might enjoy it more if we had a “guide”, she was right
Our stops have short walks and areas to explore. Bring a good pair of shoes as many stops tend to be wet, it is the rainforest after all.
There are so many photo oppritunities that your camera will run out of batteries. Make sure to bring plenty of spares.
There are so many stories along the road to Hana that you can take the tour 10 times and still hear new ones.
Our guides have a deep connection with the land, the people and it’s history. You will feel connected too.
There are many types of beaches along the coast. We tend to check out or look down upon a number of beaches with various colors.
View the Pools of Oheo while in Haleakala National Park. We stop at more than 13 locations, including memorable photo opportunities.
Picturesque Hana Bay, with it’s boat launch, picnic areas and beach is always a great stop for pictures.
There are many vendors and options along the road. We stop a few reputable ones and any others that our guests would like to see.
Hana Maui Tour Features
We make pickups from your hotel or condo on the South or West side.
Prepare to be pampered as you tour the “Road to Hana” in air conditioned comfort in our 12 passenger luxury vans. Relax in the comfort of your elevated captain’s chair.
After pickup, we bring you to our first stop, a Hawaiian continental breakfast.
This stop settles the stomach, gives you energy and prepares you for a morning of exploring.
Enjoy a delicious buffet picnic lunch: Baked barbecue chicken, salads, all served with china, silverware and linens, (no box lunches or plastic utensils for our passengers!)
Quench your thirst on complimentary beverages served throughout the day or find something special, like fresh coconut at a roadside stand.
Just outside of the town of Hana is Wai’anapanapa State Park. It is ruggedly beautiful with a lava outcropping just offshore to a small, black sand beach perfect for sunbathing. It sprawls 122 acres and has a picnic area, native Hala forest, cave, blowholes, shoreline fishing and camping.
From the ELEVATED view of our Comfort Cruisers, you see more than the views from a rent-a-car or Jeep and our guides will drive for you while sharing their love and knowledge of the road, the land and the cultures of the people who live there.
Fun in Hana, Maui
Considering that a one-lane, somewhat ancient, (by modern day standards), paved road is all that services just about the entire area – with a local population of 1200 people scattered over fifty miles – Hana is a visitors’ dream. Discovering this little gem on Maui is really good fun and the best way to see the stand out highlights is with a knowledgeable tour guide. We take you to the places you really want to go but didn’t know it until you got there. Enjoy a Hana tour with us and we’ll take you beyond Hana as well!
Truly, the “most Hawaiian” community on Maui and possibly in all of Hawaiʻi. Swimming, snorkeling, hiking, fishing and sightseeing are just a few of the activities enjoyed here by locals and visitors alike. Hana boasts being the home of Maui’s Black Sand Beach. Here in Hana there is a feeling of tranquility unlike any other place on the island. “Heavenly Hana” is an appropriate name for this serene place.
However, if you have been the driver on the road to Hana then tranquil is probably not how you are feeling when you finally arrive because for the past three hours your eyes have been pasted onto the 617 curves and 54 one lane bridges that make up the road to Hana.
A road to Hana guide can solve that for you…let them drive!