Maui – Haleakala - Iao Valley - Lahaina Tour

Tour Overview (*denotes stops made)

Iao Valley State Park*

This park marks a famous battleground where King Kamehameha defeated Maui's warriors and ruler in his quest to unite the islands. It is also an alii (Hawaiian for royalty) burial ground and home to a lush green botanical garden.

Wailuku Town

In ancient times, this was the center of population and power for the island. Today, it is the county seat of Maui and the hub of government, business, entertainment and sports for the island of Maui. This charming town is also filled with local shops, restaurants and bakeries that have been around for generations.

Haleakala Crater & National Park*

Known as the “House of the Sun,” this dormant volcano towers at over 10,000 feet and has a contrast of harsh volcanic landscape which is the home of many unique endangered species including the beautiful and endemic Silversword plant along with sweeping views of the island.

Iao Needle*

This famous national landmark in the state park is a staggering 2,250 feet when measured from sea level. It is an extension of an extinct volcano.

Lahaina Town*

This quaint district is rich in historical significance. It was once the first capitol of the Kingdom of Hawaii, the center of the global whaling industry, and today is home to many unique shops and restaurants featuring Hawaii's regional cuisine.

Kula & Upcountry Maui

This magnificent district means "open meadows" in the Hawaiian language. From rich green pastures to farms of lavender, protea and flowers for leis, Hawaii's farming tradition continues on these fertile lands.

This is a tour that delights all your senses. As you travel toward some of Maui’s most breathtaking locations, you pass through rainforests and waterfalls in the cooler, wetter regions, and volcanic areas and dramatic foliage in Maui’s drier spots. There are spectacular ocean views along portions of the route.

A long, ascending road through horse farms and towering eucalyptus groves takes you to Haleakala National Park. You’ll visit the spectacular volcanic crater, Mt. Haleakala, which in Hawaiian means “House of the Rising Sun.” At an altitude of 10,023 feet are literally above the clouds. You’ll even be able to see Mauna Loa volcano on the neighboring Big Island. (Climbing to this altitude is generally not recommended for people with heart conditions or those prone to altitude sickness. A 24-hour wait period is also recommended for anyone that has recently been scuba diving).  Guests interested in watching the sunrise from the summit may wish to consider our Haleakala Sunrise Tour

Then it’s on to Iao Valley, where King Kamehameha defeated Maui’s army, and the Iao Needle, a massive, tree-covered lava formation that towers above the valley floor at a height of 2,250 feet. You’ll also visit Lahaina Town, a 19th century whaling village. Lahaina is also known for its popular restaurants, boutiques, and galleries, which you’ll have plenty of time to explore when you stop here for lunch.

Important Information
  • Tour departs from first pick-up location at 6.45 AM and returns at 6.30 PM.
  • If providing your own transportation, please be at the airport no later than 8:15 AM. 
  • Moderate walking, please wear comfortable walking shoes.
  • You may wish to bring a light jacket as it gets cooler upcountry. 
  • Lunch will be available for purchase. 
  • Locations/Routes may be modified due to National Park and State Park advisories. 
ADA Requests
  • If you require any special accommodations due to disability, please include them under the comment section at the time of booking. 
  • If you require a wheelchair accessible vehicle, the type of wheelchair must be included in the comments section when booking online or by directly calling Roberts Hawaii. Due to limited availability, we require that ADA vehicle reservations be made a minimum of 48 hours prior to date and time of service. 
  • We will make all reasonable attempts to accommodate the needs of disabled travelers.
Cancellation Terms
  • No shows will not be refunded.
  • Cancellations made less than 24 hours before the tour will not be refunded.
  • Cancellations made more than 24 hours before the tour will be refunded with a 10% credit card service fee withheld (if applicable).

Tour Overview

Lahaina Town*

This quaint district is rich in historical significance. It was once the first capitol of the Kingdom of Hawaii, the center of the global whaling industry, and today is home to many unique shops and restaurants featuring Hawaii's regional cuisine.

Kula & Upcountry Maui

This magnificent district means "open meadows" in the Hawaiian language. From rich green pastures to farms of lavender, protea and flowers for leis, Hawaii's farming tradition continues on these fertile lands.

Iao Valley State Park*

This park marks a famous battleground where King Kamehameha defeated Maui's warriors and ruler in his quest to unite the islands. It is also an alii (Hawaiian for royalty) burial ground and home to a lush green botanical garden.

Wailuku Town

In ancient times, this was the center of population and power for the island. Today, it is the county seat of Maui and the hub of government, business, entertainment and sports for the island of Maui. This charming town is also filled with local shops, restaurants and bakeries that have been around for generations.

Haleakala Crater & National Park*

Known as the “House of the Sun,” this dormant volcano towers at over 10,000 feet and has a contrast of harsh volcanic landscape which is the home of many unique endangered species including the beautiful and endemic Silversword plant along with sweeping views of the island.

Iao Needle*

This famous national landmark in the state park is a staggering 2,250 feet when measured from sea level. It is an extension of an extinct volcano.

This is a tour that delights all your senses. As you travel toward some of Maui’s most breathtaking locations, you pass through rainforests and waterfalls in the cooler, wetter regions, and volcanic areas and dramatic foliage in Maui’s drier spots. There are spectacular ocean views along portions of the route.

A long, ascending road through horse farms and towering eucalyptus groves takes you to Haleakala National Park. You’ll visit the spectacular volcanic crater, Mt. Haleakala, which in Hawaiian means “House of the Rising Sun.” At an altitude of 10,023 feet are literally above the clouds. You’ll even be able to see Mauna Loa volcano on the neighboring Big Island. (Climbing to this altitude is generally not recommended for people with heart conditions or those prone to altitude sickness. A 24-hour wait period is also recommended for anyone that has recently been scuba diving).  Guests interested in watching the sunrise from the summit may wish to consider our Haleakala Sunrise Tour

Then it’s on to Iao Valley, where King Kamehameha defeated Maui’s army, and the Iao Needle, a massive, tree-covered lava formation that towers above the valley floor at a height of 2,250 feet. You’ll also visit Lahaina Town, a 19th century whaling village. Lahaina is also known for its popular restaurants, boutiques, and galleries, which you’ll have plenty of time to explore when you stop here for lunch.


  • Standing atop Haleakala Crater
  • Seven Sacred Pools in Hana
  • Haleakala Crater
  • Lahaina Town
  • Temple in Lahaina
ADA Requests
  • If you require any special accommodations due to disability, please include them under the comment section at the time of booking. 
  • If you require a wheelchair accessible vehicle, the type of wheelchair must be included in the comments section when booking online or by directly calling Roberts Hawaii. Due to limited availability, we require that ADA vehicle reservations be made a minimum of 48 hours prior to date and time of service. 
  • We will make all reasonable attempts to accommodate the needs of disabled travelers.
Cancellation Terms
  • No shows will not be refunded.
  • Cancellations made less than 24 hours before the tour will not be refunded.
  • Cancellations made more than 24 hours before the tour will be refunded with a 10% credit card service fee withheld (if applicable).
Important Information
  • Tour departs from first pick-up location at 6.45 AM and returns at 6.30 PM.
  • If providing your own transportation, please be at the airport no later than 8:15 AM. 
  • Moderate walking, please wear comfortable walking shoes.
  • You may wish to bring a light jacket as it gets cooler upcountry. 
  • Lunch will be available for purchase. 
  • Locations/Routes may be modified due to National Park and State Park advisories.