You have to get up around 2:00 a.m. to take the tour, so if you're coming from a time zone that's 3 or more hours later, take this tour the first day of your vacation if you can. Regardless, it's worth every second. Heed the warnings to dress warmly, including gloves that allow you to operate your camera. 40 deg may sound balmy, but it's surprisingly cold due to wind and 10,000+ elevation. Your camera/phone batteries get sapped of their strength - be fully charged when you start. Our bus driver, Wayne, was full of historical and geological information. We learned a lot of fascinating facts. The view at sunrise is breathtaking - you don't want it to end. Don't worry about being hungry - coffee and rolls start the morning, and a full breakfast at a lovely golf resort ends it. If you can only afford one tour while you're in Maui, this is definitely the one.
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