ONE DAY - MAUI - HALEAKALA - IAO VALLEY - LAHAINA
Visit spectacular volcanic craters and experience lush rainforests and waterfalls
Start Your Adventure
|Child (2-11):||$385.00 USD|
- Iao Needle*
- Iao Valley State Park*
- Rare Silverswords and Protea
- Haleakala National Park*
*denotes stops made
- No refunds on one day tours. Rates are inclusive of all taxes and fees.
- Once purchased, this tour fee is NON-REFUNDABLE and the tour cannot be cancelled.
- Due to airline restrictions, passenger name changes are not permitted under any circumstance, and switching airlines may not be an option. Airline change penalty fees may apply and vary by airline and fare type.
- If providing your own transportation, please be at the airport no later than 5:30AM.
- All tours connect at Maui Marketplace or other point of convergence.
- Wear a pair of comfortable walking shoes.
- A light sweater or jacket is recommended as the weather may be cooler upcountry.
- Lunch available for purchase.
- All One-Day Tours are subject to availability, change without notice, and include: Roundtrip transfers from Waikiki hotels and roundtrip airfare to the neighbor island.
- All guests must bring a valid ID for airport security check-in. International guests must bring a valid passport for airport security check-in.
Spend the Day in Paradise
This tour is an exploration of some of Maui’s famous natural and cultural landmarks. We’ve focused on this magical island’s not-to-be-missed places. There’s a lot to see, and as you travel along, the landscape will constantly engage you. You’ll experience scenic views of wet regions, and volcanic areas and dramatic foliage in Maui’s drier areas.
A long, ascending road will take you through horse farms and towering eucalyptus groves until you reach Haleakala National Park. You’ll visit the spectacular volcanic crater, Mt. Haleakala, which in Hawaiian means “House of the Rising Sun”. At this altitude, you’ll literally be above the clouds. You might even be able to see Mauna Loa volcano on the neighboring Big Island.
Iao Needle, a massive, tree-covered lava formation, is another notable sight. The Iao Valley, where this landmark is located, is both beautiful and historically significant. This is where King Kamehameha I defeated Maui’s army. You’ll discover how this late 18th-century battle dramatically altered Hawaiian history. Visits to Wailuku Town, with its plantation-style architecture and Lahaina Town, a 19th-century whaling village, will show you a bit of Maui’s local side. These quaint towns have converted and repurposed many of their original buildings. Both towns are now known for their restaurants, boutiques, and galleries.
Also on the tour is the Tedeschi Winery. Surrounded by farmland and old stone walls, this fertile area offers sweeping views of the popular resort areas Kihei, Wailea and Makena Beach.