On this guided, full day tour of Hana, enjoy the diverse and tropical beauty of the famous Road to Hana. Stop for photos at roadside waterfalls and stunning black sand beaches, and even wrap around the rugged backside of Haleakala volcano. With an informative guide behind the wheel, this is one of the best ways to visit Hana—especially if you don’t want to drive!
Full-day trip to the Hana coast
Scenic drive along the Hana Highway
Breathtaking views of rainforest, waterfalls and beaches
Swim at the Ohe'o Stream and Pools (weather and time permitting)
Stop at lookout points for amazing photo opportunities
This guided tour of the Hana Highway has photo ops around every turn, from thundering waterfalls and sweeping vistas to rural towns by the coast. Visit areas like Pai’a, Keanae, Wailua Falls, and Pua’a Ka’a State Park, and make a stop at Wai’anapanapa State Park—home to a black sand beach.
With your informative local guide behind the wheel, make the journey from Hana town to the spectacular Pools of Ohe’o, where waterfalls spill into crystalline pools from a bamboo forest above. If time and weather conditions allow, there’s even the chance to go for a dip in the famous, oceanfront pools.
Aside from the unforgettable sights, you’ll hear how Hana has played an important role in Hawaii’s history, from being the birthplace of Queen Ka’ahumanu to home of the island’s first resort. Nearly 5,000 people inhabit the district from Keanae to Kipahulu, which generally falls under the “Hana district” that visitors know it today.
Hana - and circle tour of Maui’s Haleakala volcano.
, Jan 2019
We thoroughly enjoyed our all day tour to Hana and beyond with Ed our driver. Ed was a very relaxed, safe, competent driver who was a fountain of knowledge of the route. He was always ready to make photo stops whenever possible, never rushing anyone. It was a bonus to be able to charge our electronic devices in the van.
Larry is the Flora & Fauna man of Maui. We had such a beautiful time in our ride hearing about the Maui flowers, trees and natural life. His Hawaiian folklore was so colorful and heartfelt. Mahalo Larry for a spectacular 25th anniversary tour of lovely. MAUI. We will always have a warm place in pour heart for the road to Hana....❤
Two thumbs up. I would recommend this trip to everybody including those of you who suffers from motions sickness like I do. Of course I had to take Dramamine less drowsy formula, this 13 hours trip was well worth it. Our driver/ tour guide, Gavin, really made a difference on this trip. Not only he is native Hawaiian, but he is truly passionate about Hawaii and preserving natural beauty of Hawaii. With his knowledge and explanation of every corner of Hana, now my favorite place in Hawaii is Hana. Simply breathtaking. I would deterred all of those dare drivers who opted to drive up to Hana themselves from doing it so, and let the professional do the driving. The one who knows Hana roads like back of his hands, Gavin. Bravo to Gavin and thank you for make our trip to Maui so enjoyable and memorable one.
This tour is about 8 hours long and is by bus through winding mountains. What you see most are trees, and very few and small waterfalls. There are two very brief stops during the tour and very little photo opportunities. I would not recommend this tour to anyone who is not able to sit for long periods of time.
This trip was very informative and the driver was very knowledgeable on the history of Maui. Plan to spend more than 10 hours on this excursion and also the roads that you must travel can be a little scary I wish I would've known that. But if you can stand the long day you will see lots of waterfalls and beautiful mountain/volcano terrain. This trip was well worth the money so as long as you remember the length of the bus ride and the long hours you will be gone it will be a wonderful trip.
This Hana tour was one of the best parts of our Maui vacation. The ample breakfast buffet, lunch, and the unlimited snacks and drinks provided throughout the day, made this tour really worth the money. Free hotel pickup and drop-off were an additional bonus..... Our driver and guide, Travis was a Very nice, warm hearted, and loving person who referred to us, his guests, as FAMILY/ BROTHERS and SISTERS....and had vast knowledge of the area, history and vegetation besides being an expert, experienced, and careful driver too. When entering the tour bus in the morning, we asked Travis about whether to choose left or right side seats to sit, and he suggested left side. Thank you Travis, am sooooo grateful for that wonderful suggestion, because some of the magnificent views on the Road to Hana had maximum visibility from left side seats.....Stopped at several places including all the viewing spots on the way...Absolutely loved the way Travis stopped at each and every big/small waterfall and sang in a funny way waaaaaterfall....He also taught us some great Hawaiian greetings.....A Hui Hou.....!!
Aloha! My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed this day trip. It was a once in a lifetime experience. We were picked up and returned to our hotel which made it convenient. We had plenty of time at each stop and were not rushed.Our bus driver, Kane, was excellent. He was very knowledgeable about the flowers, trees, and vegetation. He was also very safety conscious. At one point he even passed out wet-wipes when we returned to the bus after a long hike. The tour provided soft drinks, juice and water. Some of the highlights included walking on the black sandy beach, hiking to a beautiful waterfall, and seeing the Keanae Congregational Church church that was built in 1860. One suggestion: don't buy the lunch that is part of the tour package. Instead purchase a delicious lunch that is available at the lunch stop. Oh, there is also delicious banana bread, too!!