Come with us on a Haleakalā Sunrise Tour as we explore the stories of this enchanted realm. Be inspired by the National Park landscape, and immerse yourself in the sacredness of Haleakalā’s summit.
ROAD TO HĀNA TOUR
THE INCREDIBLE JOURNEY TO HĀNA • TUESDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS & SUNDAYS • ALL AGES • APPROX. 10HRS
- Adult Ages 13 and older
- Senior Over 60 years
- Child Age 12 and under
Why not take an unusual opportunity to treat yourself while on Maui? Avoid feeling exhausted from driving all day on the 68-mile Road to Hāna.
The 600+ turns, 50+ one-lane bridges, and occasional rock or mudslides creates enormous stress and often exhaustion when you don’t know the territory. Hāna itself is all about de-stressing, which is why Maui residents vacation there. Letting someone else take care of the driving is the best way to see the famous Road to Hāna and the surrounding area without the added stress of driving it yourself.
Come, join us for a relaxing road trip to Hāna, Maui.
🕗 Tour Pickup: 6:00 – 7:30am
🕗 Tour Return: 5:00 – 6:30pm (Varies)
- Our luxurious 12-passenger vans custom-built cruisers made for the Road to Hāna. It features great shocks, brakes, and elevated seats. Undoubtedly the best view on the highway to Hāna and is known for being safe and comfortable.
✔️Professionally trained, knowledgeable, safe (and fun) guides/drivers
✔️Clean & well-maintained bathroom stops
✔️Stunning photo opportunities including waterfalls, religious, cultural and biological points of interest (flora and fauna)
✔️Cold bottled water
✔️Hāna classic picnic lunch
✔️Custom cruiser vans with enormous viewing windows, elevated seats, and extra legroom
✔️Large viewing windows
✔️Elevated captain seats
✔️Extra leg room
Items to Pack for Your Road to Hāna Trip
You’re probably wondering what you should bring for your Road to Hāna trip. Here is where you can find your number one checklist!
Wildlife You May See on a Maui Tour
Maui wildlife is very unique and diverse on the island. Here are many different forms of wildlife in Maui that you are likely to encounter on a tour.
Road to Hana: Drive Yourself or Take a Tour?
If you are planning to see the Road to Hana, from experience, we recommend taking a tour rather than driving yourself. Find out why!