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Adult (12+ Years Old) $172.92
Child (3-11 Years Old) $120.83
Infant (0-2 Years Old) $0.00 ~ Price includes all taxes & fees ~
TIME: 6:45 am - 3:30 pm
CHECK IN LOCATION: Round trip hotel transportation provided.
Haleakala, Makawao, Wailuku, Paia
Transportation, expert narration and admissions are included.DETAILS:
Explore essential Maui on this laid-back journey showcasing nature’s finery, historic landmarks, and charming country towns. Haleakala is truly magnificent in the daytime hours; bathed in sunlight which brings its steep slopes to center stage and when endemic wildlife freely roams the landscape. Leisurely observe Nene geese in their native habitat and discover the secret of the rare Silversword plant.
Enjoy lunch on your own in Makawao town and browse unique shops and galleries. Known for its sunny weather and relaxed vibe, Makawao is the place to be.
Be sure to bring your camera!
- Hotel pickup in a minibus with USB ports, video monitors, climate control, and the best windows for viewing Maui’s beauty.
- Dormant Volcano Haleakala will be your first stop. The world-famous volcano was formed approximately 1 million years ago through the building up of layers of flowing lava. It has been a sacred location for Polynesian people who settled on the island 400-650 A.D.
- Haleakala National Park is home to over 1,000 different species of plant life. During the 38-mile drive to the summit you will view the magnificent silver sword plant, found nowhere else on earth, and will pass ancient sacred locations, and breathtaking views from the safety and comfort of your vehicle.
- Haleakala Visitor Center, constructed in 1936, is a small stone structure on the edge of a cliff. Information, souvenirs, and more. You’ll want to spend some time with the welcoming staff pleased to share their insights.
- Experience Climate and Topographical Changes as you gently glide through the varying elevations. Keep an eye out for the rare Nene Goose.
- Views of Kula come into focus when approaching the open country slopes of the district meet agricultural land in this rustic region, home to early Portuguese and Chinese immigrant plantation workers.
- Wailuku Town sits at the base of the West Maui Volcano and is the county seat of Maui. In prehistoric Hawaii it was a power and population center, and later a plantation town.
- ‘Iao Valley, a dense rainforest and ancient battleground, it was a burial site for ancient Hawaiian royalty. The iconic, greenery covered ‘Iao Needle towers 1,200 feet above the valley floor. (Temporarily closed for construction until Feb 15th, 2023. A stop will be made at Kula Marketplace.)
- Hotel return after your exciting day.
HOTEL PICKUP INFORMATION:
Hotel pick up is provided from major Maui hotels; please provide the name of your hotel when making a reservation. Please phone our Reservations Department at least hours 24 hours prior to your tour to re-confirm your pick up time and location. We are not permitted to pick up in residential areas or at B&B's.
This tour is not recommended for people with heart or respiratory conditions that may be exacerbated due to high altitude.
This tour is operated on very rough, winding roads. It is not recommended for pregnant women or those with back or motion problems.
People who have gone scuba diving need to wait 24 hours before going on tour.