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Maui: Road to Hana Adventure with Breakfast & Lunch

1. Maui: Road to Hana Adventure with Breakfast & Lunch

Start your journey with hotel pickup and hit the road to Hana as you head towards the Ulupalakua Ranch. Explore one of Maui’s oldest ranches with its beautiful rolling pastures and green forestry. Then, head for the scenic backside of the island around Kaupo. Enter the Kipahulu District and the edge of the rainforest. Charles Linberg’s loved the area so much that he requested to be buried here after he died. See his grave at the 19th-century Palapalahoomau Church, before witnessing the spectacular Wailua waterfall. Enjoy a picnic lunch before heading to Koki Beach. Relax surrounded by breathtaking white sand, and turquoise-colored water, with the rainforest stopping right at the shoreline. Walk along the edge of the bay, sit under a tree, or maybe even go for a swim. Travel to the traditional villages of Wailua and Keanae. Learn about their hunting and cooking customs, and pause for a bite to eat and drink at the famous Half Way to Hana Snack stand. Feast on fresh coconut, cold drinks, and original fresh-baked banana bread. Close by, you'll visit the Waikamoi Stream and the Hamakua Ditch. Now you'll make your final run of the Island visiting its beautiful rainforests and Hookipa Beach. The largest area of rainforest in the state of Hawaii is along the Hana Highway. Moving past Haiku, the last stop of the day will be at Hookipa Beach. Considered the windsurf capital of the world, enjoy a few minutes watching wind surfers, kite boarders, and surfers challenge the oceans waves and shoreline winds. Take pictures, swim, or enjoy the view without the large crowds because of your unique route. 

Maui: Private Full-Day Trip to Hana Highway

2. Maui: Private Full-Day Trip to Hana Highway

Safeway Kahului 15 min Be able to grab a cup of coffee and grab whatever supplies are needed for the Adventure. Hana Highway 10 hours Ho’okipa Beach Park – Ho’okipa Beach is considered the windsurfing capital of the world, you can enjoy watching wind surfers, kite boarders and surfers challenge the oceans waves and shoreline winds. This is also the Threatened Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle capital of Maui, with 200-pound turtles feeding along the shoreline and basking on the beach all day long. Drive by. Bamboo Forest – The impressive bamboo forest on the side of Hana Highway on the way to Hana. Drive by. Waikani Falls – A very popular set of falls because it is photogenic and situated like a drive-thru right on the road. We do have the upper waterfalls which is also called the Three Bears Waterfalls. Viewing from tour bus. Upper Waikani Falls – A very popular set of falls because it is photogenic and situated like a drive-thru right on the road. We do have the upper waterfalls which is also called the Three Bears Waterfalls. Aunty Sandy’s Banana Bread 15 minutes Enjoy the best Banana Bread of your life! Auntie Sandy’s is also where Gordon Ramsey filmed the show Uncharted and he even was awestruck on how awesome the bread is! Keanae Point 20 min Wonder the majestic Keanae point! Keanae offers a tropical Hawaiian scene that makes it easy to want to be there. The Keanae Peninsula is full of lush green foliage, tropical plants, and towering palms. The Keanae Congregational Church, officially named the Lanakila Ihiihi O Iehova Ona Kaua Church, was built between 1857 and 1863 of fieldstone, lava rock, and coral mortar. A massive tsunami on April 1, 1946 destroyed nearly all other buildings on the Keanae Peninsula except this one. Puakaa State Park 40 min Heading toward Hana, Puakaa presents two falls located right off the road with a paved path leading up to both. The park is wooded, with several covered picnic areas and lots of wild birds and mongooses. It is the perfect place to take a break from driving and enjoy the beauty of the jungle and a refreshing dip in the waterfall pool if the cold water doesn’t deter you. Wainapanapa State Park (Black Sand Beach) 45 minutes Waiʻanapanapa means “glistening fresh water” in the Hawaiian language, here is Excellent opportunity to enjoy your own adventure as we provide you a picnic lunch you may take anywhere in the park. Enjoy a swim at the Black Sand Beach or just take in the beauty of what the area has to offer. Stroll the native hala forest, see an ancient heiau (religious temple), natural stone arch, sea stacks, and blow holes! Wainapanapa will take your breath away! stop made for 45 minutes for swiming. Blowhole a naturally created by the when the lava flowed out leaving a cave also called the fress Wailua Falls Stop made upon request.

Maui: Heavenly Hana Full-Day Excursion from Kahului

3. Maui: Heavenly Hana Full-Day Excursion from Kahului

Step aboard your air-conditioned mini coach and prepare for an action-packed sightseeing tour. Discover Hana, the jewel of the Valley Isle. Your experienced driver will take you on a 65-mile trip through a landscape of blooming rainforests, waterfalls, and dramatic coastal sights. 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 600 curves and 59 one-lane bridges. Start with a fabulous view at Ho`okipa Lookout and then checkout the giant waves on Maui’s famous North Shore Beach. Then, fuel up for a full day of sightseeing with a breakfast bento of scrambled eggs, crispy bacon and hapa rice (vegetarian option available). You will be transported to Kaumahina State Wayside Park to take in gorgeous views of the rugged coastline. Marvel at the diverse landscape, ranging from rocky black lava coast to blooming green Hawaiian taro fields seen from the Keanae Lookout. At Wai`anapanapa State Park, enjoy a picnic consisting of an artisan deli sandwich made with local ingredients, chips, and cookies (gluten-free and vegetarian option available) at this picturesque park. Here you can also see a natural stone arch, blowholes, freshwater streams, a legendary cave, sparkling pools, and a black sand beach. Hop back in the coach and drive through “Heavenly” Hana Town and learn about the rich history of this town before heading to catch a glimpse of the Waikani Falls, three towering waterfalls, right along the road. End your journey with a bit of history when you visit Charles Lindbergh’s Grave, the site of aviator, inventor, explorer, and author, who became the first person to make a non-stop solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean.

Maui: Road to Hana Waterfalls Tour with Lunch

4. Maui: Road to Hana Waterfalls Tour with Lunch

Travel back in time to the historic moments and legendary tales that shaped the islands. Look out for perfect photo opportunities and beautiful sights and landmarks. Then, your driver will select the perfect lunch spot for you. On this tour you will stop at Hookipa beach park and look out, Kaumahina State Wayside Park, Keanae Valley Lookout, Pua’a Ka’a Falls, and Wainapanapa State Park black sand beach. Furthermore, if time allows, you will have the chance stop at fruit stands with fresh fruits and vegetables for you to buy.

Maui: Small Group Road to Hana Tour With a Local

5. Maui: Small Group Road to Hana Tour With a Local

Cruise through winding roads on the iconic Road to Hana. With roughly 620 curves and estimated 54 one-lane bridges, this epic adventure offers incredible views of the Maui coastline. All along the way, your local guide will "talk story" with you and share more about Hawaii's rich history. Sit back, relax, and enjoy this exciting and memorable tour aboard a spacious 14-seater mini-bus. You will enjoy multiple stops along the route including a stop at beautiful Ho‘okipa Beach, followed by a stop at Kaumahina State Park where you can experience breath-taking views of the northeast coastline of the island and Ke‘Anae Peninsula.  From there, travel along the winding roads to Pua‘a Ka‘a State Park, where you can stretch, grab a snack, and take a swim in the refreshing natural spring. Then, cruise over to the gorgeous  Wai‘anapanapa Black Sand Beach to explore 122 acres and its' famous black beaches, where you'll have your picnic lunch. Once you're in Hana, head down to Hana Bay for more amazing views and photo opportunities. This incredible adventure continues around the island to the world-famous Haleakala. From here, you will see scenic ocean views from the top of the mountain, along with tropical rainforest views behind you.

Maui: Hana Tropical Rainforest Luxury Guided Tour

6. Maui: Hana Tropical Rainforest Luxury Guided Tour

Discover the lush tropical beauty of Hana on a guided tour by luxury transportation. Learn about the history, the stories, and tales of this tropical rainforest that was once traveled by the island's ancestors. See roadside waterfalls, swim at the black sand beach, and jump off a waterfall into a freshwater pool. Begin with a pick-up from your hotel in the air condition comfort of a luxurious Cadillac Escalade or Custom Platinum Minibus. Arrive in Kahului, you'll make your way up the mountain, stopping at an open-air park to savor a light breakfast of mango bread and Maui Gold pineapple skewers. Weather permitting, start with a trip through Upcountry Maui, cruising through the southern base of Mount Haleakala as you get views of South Maui, Molokini, and Kahoolawe. Admire the rocky coastline of Maui’s last volcanic lava flow and hear the history of areas as far as your eyes can see. Take pictures at the base of a 75-foot waterfall, just before lunch. Stop at Kailani Flower Farm and Gift Shop where you'll have a chance to try the island flavors of a local-style prepared lunch. Visit the famous black sand beach located at Waianapanapa State Park. This will be your first opportunity to refresh yourself with a swim in the cool Pacific Ocean, weather permitting. Travel through the deep foliage, valleys and beauty endearingly called the "Heavenly Road to Hana.” Bamboo forests, lush ferns, and various types of plants line the valley walls as you make your way to each of the 50+ one-lane bridges with flowing waterfalls, streams, and freshwater ponds. Your guide will point things out along the way so you can take pictures, breathe in the fresh air and maybe even swim under a waterfall as long as the weather permits. Hear stories and facts about the Road to Hana which was named a Millennium Legacy Trail by President Clinton in the year 2000 and registered on the list of National Historic Places in 2001.

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What people are saying about Hana

It was a fun day with a nice group of people and an excellent tour guide. Breakfast and lunch was provided to us and we stopped along the way at many attractions and scenic overlooks. Our tour van had some AC problems the day we were on our tour but we all made the best of it.

Quinn was very knowledgeable and friendly. He explained the history of the island, was informative about current lifestyle and export, and I would request him for my next road to Hana tour as well.

It was a great full day activity with lots of interesting stories from our guide Malia. The places that we visited were jaw dropping. Very well managed and executed.

Had a wonderful time with our guide Lepa (sp?)…she had so much great information and showed us lots of great spots!

Our Guide Justin was extremely knowlegable, funny and personnel