Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Haleakala, Iao Valley and Central Maui Day Tour. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
This was without doubt 1 of our favourite trips. Stunning views and a great guide. Bring a coat as it was windy at the top.
Our tour guide was exceptional, careful and very informative. The views are amazing, but be aware that the weather is changeable and there is a risk of low clouds, which means no views. The Silversword plant was an eye opening to me because it is a rare pant. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
It was a pleasure to have this tour with our guide. The tour in itself was amazing. We learned so much from our tour guide, from historical perspective,cultural changes, the evolution of the island and it's inhabitants, politics and economic position and the beautiful Heleakala National Park. Our guide was funny and made the trip enjoyable and very informative.The views at the summit was unique to Maui and it blew me away..Thanks!
Audrey C. B
Our bus driver and tour guide was exceptional, careful and very informative. thanks for an excellent day! Audrey Barnes
The tour guide was knowledgable, the van was comfortable. It was fun to see the volcano and learn about what I was seeing.
Tour guide is courteous and friendly. Pickup time and overall tour are excellent. Lunch was very good, thoroughly enjoyed it. Unfortunately could not see the crater because it was very cloudy up the mountain. Iao Valley is magnificent.
Very good trip, but be aware that you are climbing to 10,000 feet all in one go. Altitude sickness suffers beware! The views of the 'moonscape' are something else.
Great trip with a very helpful driver. The views and the experience at the 3000 metre level were amazing. Highly recommended.
This was an enjoyable trip, but there is a lot of driving on winding roads to reach the crater. The views are amazing, but be aware that the weather is changeable and there is a risk of low clouds, which means no views. I would recommend skipping the meal during the lunch stop and strolling through the small town shops. One negative: the thirty minute stop in the Iao Valley is not long enough.