Haleakala Hike & Hana Full-Day Adventure Tour
Truly an Unforgettable Maui Experience
Experience a truly unforgettable Maui adventure when we combine the Road to Hana & Haleakala Hike into one incredible jam-packed tour. One of the few road to Hana tours that stop in Haleakala National Park at Kipahulu, near Hana. You’ll hike just over 2-miles (one way) up into Maui’s National Park, encountering dramatic waterfalls, an incredible bamboo forest, and wonderful jungle. See the Pools of Oheo aka “Seven Sacred Pools,” down by the ocean before your hike.
Meet Your Guide At Kahului Park & Ride
National Park at Oheo Gulch
4.5 mile Rainforest hike
Seven Sacred Pools
Sightseeing in East Maui
Experience a truly unforgettable Maui hiking and sightseeing adventure. Your tour starts with a hotel/condo pickup at 7 AM. Our first stop is the National Park at Oheo Gulch, where you’ll encounter a dramatic 400ft waterfall, incredible bamboo forest, and lush jungle.
You’ll hike 4.5 miles in Maui’s National Park and see the Pools of Oheo aka “Seven Sacred Pools,” featuring jaw-dropping views of freshwater pools and gushing waterfalls. On this tour you will see several waterfalls standing at 45 feet, 200 feet, and 400 feet while you are surrounded by acres of towering bamboo and tropical rainforest. You will get to see the beauty of East Maui to and from the trailhead. There will be a nutritious lunch and snacks included.. There will be a delicious lunch and snacks included. Your 11 hour full-day Road To Hana & Haleakala Hike tour ends back at your hotel/condo at 6 PM.
|Adult (13 yrs+)||$219.99|
|Child (8-12 yrs)||$219.99|
7:00 AM – 6:00 PM – 11 hour tour
7:00 AM – Leave Kahului Park & Ride
8:00 AM – Start The Winding Part Of Road To Hana
9:00 AM – Short Front-side Overlook Stops
10:30 AM – Arrive In Hana
11:30 AM – Hike Pipiwai Trail
12:30 PM – Snack On The Trail
3:30 PM – Finish Exploring Haleakala National Park At Kipahulu
4:00 PM – Leave Oheo Gulch
5:00 PM – Short Backside Overlook Stops
6:00 PM – Return To Kahului Park & Ride
Visiting Kipahulu Section of Haleakala National Park is nothing like the Summit Area (where you can watch the sunrise and look into a volcano). Here, tropical green and beautiful sea blue dominate the landscape. The incredible lush rainforest views will remind you why you came to Hawaii.
On the lower slopes of Haleakala, within the National Park, near the ocean sits the famous Pools at Oheo, aka “Seven Sacred Pools”. You’ll discover beautiful waterfalls and if weather permits, you can take a dip in the cascading waterfalls. Since the area gets so much rain and often floods that swimming in the pools is never guaranteed.
Hana is the peaceful town of Maui’s rugged easern coastline. It is considered one of the last unspoiled Hawaiian wilderness. The famous road to Hana is only 52 miles from Kahului; although the drive can take anywhere from two to four hours to complete since it has 620 curves and 59 bridges and incredible views. Your guide will take you down this magical road and around the backside too!