• Most Popular Maui Tour!

Heavenly Hana Tour

Quick Details

  • Duration: 9.5 hours
  • Availability: Daily
  • Time: 7:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
    • Hotel Pickup: 7:00 a.m. – 8:15 a.m.

MAUI HEAVENLY HANA TOUR

If it’s old-school Hawaii you’re looking for, you’ll want to make Hana your next stop. This cultural gem nestled in East Maui is accessible via a narrow, winding highway called the Road to Hana. A world famous 64.4-mile road, Road to Hana is marked by picturesque tiny bridges, gorgeous foliage, stunning waterfalls, lush rainforests and some of the best beaches in Hawaii. Like most adventures, it’s more about the journey than the destination on the Road to Hana Tour, so sit back and venture through the diverse tropical landscapes along Maui’s rugged coast.

DID YOU KNOW?

A staunch conservationist, Charles Lindbergh helped procure the land for Haleakala Park.
Source: history.com

WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE ROAD TO HANA TOUR

“Our experience with Roberts Hawaii was great. The tour was very well-organized from the moment we were picked up from our hotel in Kihei. Our driver was a very funny guy, who entertained us all the way while driving on a curvy Hana highway. The day was very fun. We made a lot of stops and enjoyed every place we visited.” – Visitor, Canada


“The road to Hana in Maui with tour guide, Bjorn Erlandson was a unique experience. Bjorn was extremely knowledgeable and taught us much about the island. There were many great stops and he moves along at a good pace, keeping everyone on track time-wise. Even though it is a long day, the tour was wonderful.” – Visitor, Wisconsin (Trip Advisor)


“If you only get to do one thing, this tour has it all.” – Visitor, Missouri (Trip Advisor)

HANA MAUI TOUR HIGHLIGHTS (* denotes stops made)

  • Kaumahina State Wayside Park* – Take in gorgeous views of Maui’s scenic, rugged coastline at this forest park, which is also home to beautiful, exotic plants.
  • Puaa Kaa Wayside State Park – A tropical rainforest with gorgeous waterfalls, lush tropical foliage, and serene natural pools.
  • Keanae Lookout* – This lookout offers a view of Maui’s diverse landscape, ranging from a rocky black lava coast to opulent green Hawaiian taro fields.
  • Waikani Falls – Also known as the “Three Bears Falls,” this popular waterfall is made up of three parallel waterfalls cascading from as high as 1,000 feet into the pool below.
  • Waianapanapa State Park* – Meaning “glistening fresh water” in Hawaiian, this picturesque park boasts of a native hala forest, a natural stone arch, blowholes, fresh water streams, a legendary cave, sparkling pools and a black sand beach.
  • “Heavenly” Hana Town – This picturesque town is home to Piilanihale Heiau, the largest heiau (temple) in Hawaii. You can also find exotic flowers, rich history, a famous general store and so much more.
  • Palikea Stream – View the largest perennial stream on Maui.
  • Wailua Falls – An impressive 80-foot waterfall cascading into a pool.
  • Charles Lindbergh’s Grave* -The burial ground of prominent aviator, inventor, explorer, author, and activist Charles Lindbergh. In 1927, Lindbergh became the first person to make a non-stop solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean.