Maui
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  • Maui: Waterfall & Rainforest Hiking Tour with Picnic Lunch

    1. Maui: Waterfall & Rainforest Hiking Tour with Picnic Lunch

    Experience a hiking adventure through the Hawaiian rainforest and explore Maui’s waterfalls. Thrill the adventurer in you — jump into pools from rock ledges and learn about the region from your naturalist guide.

    Meet your guide outside of Kahului, or select the option including transportation to benefit from hotel pickup and drop-off. Then head to the trailhead to begin your hiking adventure.

    Follow 2 streams through the lush rainforest of East Maui, passing 3 to 5 waterfalls. The falls range from 3 to 12 meters high, and you can even jump from rock ledges into some of the pools.

    Refresh yourself with a dip in the cool waters, and enjoy a picnic lunch beside the majestic falls. Bottled water and snacks are included, as well as lunch. 

    As you continue on, admire local flora...

    My wife and i loved the hike! Jacob, our guide was very knowledgeable, funny, engaging and thoughtful. He went out of his way to find and collect flowers and fruit from the rainforest that we could learn about and partake in. Jacob took us to many beautiful waterfalls not hesitating to jump into every one of them :) He even encouraged and talked my wife into jumping into too! She's glad he did! Thank you Jacob!

  • Maui: Road to Hana Full-Day Tour with Lunch and Transfer

    2. Maui: Road to Hana Full-Day Tour with Lunch and Transfer

    Cruise through winding roads on the iconic Hana Highway, also known as the Road to Hana. With roughly 620 curves and 54 one-lane bridges, this epic adventure offers incredible views of the Maui coastline. 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 mini-bus. Begin your adventure with a local-style breakfast before embarking on your journey to Hana. You will enjoy multiple stops along the route, including the beautiful Ho‘okipa Beach. Stop at Kaumahina State Park, where you can experience breath-taking vistas of the northeast coastline of the island and the 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 t...

  • Maui: Self-Drive Sightseeing Road Trip

    3. Maui: Self-Drive Sightseeing Road Trip

    Embark on a self-driving road trip with a guide in your pocket. Skip the crowded tour buses and experience Maui independently, at your own pace. See historic sites, popular attractions, world-class beaches, and scenic hikes. Listen to local stories, legends, and fun facts about the places you’re visiting as well as unique Hawaiian music to entertain and relax you along the way. Experiences you can have on the tour are: • Hike to Twin Falls • Explore Wai'anapanapa State Park to visit a black sand beach • Hike to Maui’s Red Sand Beach • Swim at Oheo Gulch (Seven Sacred Falls)  • Explore a lava tube • Explore the Backside to Hana • Visit scenic waterfalls • Watch the sunrise atop Mt. Haleakala • Hike the Hosmer Grove or Sliding Sands trails • Visit a lavender or dairy farm • Walk through historic Makawao Town

    The guide was great! Very easy to understand, step by step instructions, and gave us lots of history about the sites along the way as well as tips for activities, dining, and shopping. Excellent!

  • Maui: 3-hour Rainforest & Waterfall Adventure for Families

    4. Maui: 3-hour Rainforest & Waterfall Adventure for Families

    Your naturalist guide will walk you through the rainforest to two dazzling waterfalls. Here, you can swim in natural pools and practice 10-foot cannonball jumps from safe rock ledges (weather permitting). Along the way, you will learn about the island and its rainforests from your knowledgeable guides. This easy one-mile roundtrip hike is great for families, and multi-generational groups. Snacks and bottled water are included.

    What a fun adventure. Our guide Ran made the hike enjoyable and knowledgeable too. The waterfalls were beautiful.

  • Maui: Haleakala, Ia'o Valley & Lahaina Tour

    5. Maui: Haleakala, Ia'o Valley & Lahaina Tour

    Take in the breathtaking sights and catch the highlights of upcountry Maui on this guided day tour.  Start your day with a journey to Haleakala National Park to see famous dormant volcano Halekalalā, the “House of the Sun”.  This National Park showcases the best of Maui in its truest and most natural form. Covering 33,000 acres of volcanic wilderness, witness the unforgettable sweeping views from what seems to be the top of the world.  Discover native plants and wildlife including the rare silversword plant which only grows on the slopes of Haleakala. You will also have time to check out the Haleakalā Visitor Center’s educational exhibits. After this, take some time to enjoy lunch in Makawao Town, the former home to the 'Paniolo' or Hawaiian cowboy. Experience the eclectic local vibes, with as much diversity in shops as in people. The combination of its paniolo heritage and its lively a...

    The tour was amazing and our guide was the best!! He was really informative and kept us on schedule!

  • Maui: Zipline and Waterfall Hike

    6. Maui: Zipline and Waterfall Hike

    Begin the day with a drive along the famous Hana Highway to a lush rainforest valley, where your naturalist guide will lead you on scenic trails to 2 stunningly beautiful waterfalls. Whilst there you can take the opportunity to swim and jump in the clear pools beneath each waterfall.  After some time spent enjoying the waterfalls, you will you take a break for a delicious lunch. Following a picturesque drive along some tranquil back roads, it will be time to enjoy a thrilling adventure at the first zip line course built in the U.S, the Haleakala Zipline. You will experience 5 thrilling zip lines, including the only “pendulum” zip line in the state, and an Indiana Jones-style swinging bridge. At the conclusion of your experience, you will be returned to the tour meeting point.

  • Maui: Small-Group Waterfall Hike and Zip-line with Lunch

    7. Maui: Small-Group Waterfall Hike and Zip-line with Lunch

    Take the world-famous Hana Highway to the waterfalls and check out rare sights of Haleakala volcano with your local guide.  Enjoy a hike through stunning East Maui while taking in the beautiful tropical sights of the island near the famous Haleakala volcano. This small-group activity is lead by the best guides in Maui and filled with adventure. Check out hidden areas of Maui that only locals know.  Jump safely from waterfall edges, take a refreshing shower under a Maui waterfall, and end your day with the adrenaline thrill of ziplining on the lush slopes of Haleakala. Enjoy snacks and a nutritious lunch before heading towards Upcountry where you’ll fly over 90-foot drops and canyons filled with fragrant eucalyptus trees on 5 different ziplines. Swing on Hawaii’s only pendulum line, and cross an Indiana Jones-style swinging bridge. Follow trails and streams to two breathtaking waterf...

    It was great!! Really loved the Zip-line with the best guides Kevin and Ray!! The hike and waterfalls were very cool, it is a lot of time in a van but worth it!

  • Maui: Guided Hike of Haleakala Crater with Lunch

    8. Maui: Guided Hike of Haleakala Crater with Lunch

    Hike both sides of the dormant volcano Haleakala on this adventurous trail. First, take a 2-mile hike to the 10,000-foot summit where huge cinder cones dominate the desert-like, expansive scenery. On your walk, learn about Maui and see rare, natural wonders atop the volcanic crater. Next, embark on another 2-mile hike at 8,000 ft. on a lava trail lined with rare native plant species. Discover a place of beauty that evokes awe in people of all ages. Look out at your incredible surroundings which, on a clear day, seem to go on forever. 

    Our guide George was great. This is a very difficult hike if you are older, have certain health issues that would impact your ability to walk on slippery, rocky surfaces or if you are not athletic. Beautiful views.

  • Maui: Waterfalls Tour with Kayaking, Snorkeling and Hiking

    9. Maui: Waterfalls Tour with Kayaking, Snorkeling and Hiking

    Start your day in the Makena Landing Beach Park on the south side of Maui. Grab a kayak and paddle over the waves beneath the warm Hawaii sun.  Dive in and take the plunge as you snorkel in crystal clear waters. Be sure to be on the lookout for Hawaii's famous Green Sea Turtles grazing at the bottom or floating at the surface. Head for the lush rainforest and cross through the scenic green landscape. Once you arrived at the waterfalls you can jump off the cliffs and then relax in the pools below. Don't forget your bathing suit and sunscreen.

    The day was wonderful. We have described the day as a vacation Maui Iron Man!! Though the day was broken up into two segments, with different providers, we enjoyed every minute. Beach launch the Kayak and paddle to the reef and jump in to swim with the sea turtles was the highlight of our whole trip. The hike/waterfall portion was also great. The provider has access to private sections of the park, giving us time to build the courage to jump. This is a must do for the adventurous traveler.

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