Hana Cave Exploration
Experience Hana’s best kept secret & Maui’s greatest natural wonder
Join us for an adventure of a lifetime where you will see captivating scenic views, majestic waterfalls and discover Hana’s hidden secret – an enormous subterranean lava tube, Ka’eleku Cavern – one of Maui’s greatest natural wonders.
We’ll start this full-day journey by taking a spectacular coastal drive in one of our luxury vehicles that seat a max of 8-guests in an air-conditioned setting, which offers large panoramic windows to ensure you won’t miss a single moment of the incredible scenic views that await you. You’ll see Waikani Falls, the quaint village of Ke’anae, and waterfalls galore. When we hit Hana, our cave adventure will begin where you will meet Maui’s very own “Wonder of the World” where you will see large stalactites, mounds of lava drops, and lava swirls formed over 30,000 years ago.
Hotel/Condo pickup and drop off
Travel In Luxury Limo-Van With Max 8 Passengers
Village of Ke’anae
Volcanic Cave Tour
Stop for A Picnic Lunch
Hana Rainforest Stops
Dip in a freshwater pool or ocean swim
Your tour starts with a hotel/condo pickup at 7 AM in one of our comfortably seated luxury tour vehicles. We will stop for a morning snack before we commence our journey. You’ll see Waikani Falls, the quaint village of Ke’anae and then our Hana cave exploration begins as we discover Maui’s own “Wonder of the World,” – Ka’eleku Cavern, an enormous subterranean lava tube.
Then we’ll walk beneath the tropical rainforest of Hana and through an underground passage, where your guide will lead you into caverns that were formed thousands of years ago by major lava flow. During your walk through Ka’eleku Cavern, you’ll discover stalagmites, stalactites, mounds of lava drops, and lava swirls formed over 30,000 years ago. Your Tour Guide will point out the major points of interest, and you can carefully navigate your way past the signs lining the walkway as well with a flashlight which will be provided. The entire tour is about a third of a mile, and you’ll get to experience complete darkness at the end, as everyone flicks off their flashlights. After the hike, we’ll enjoy a delicious lunch.
Enjoy an exclusive tour of the breathtaking Hana Highway and then experience a refreshing dip in a freshwater pool underneath a beautiful cascading waterfall (conditions permitting) or an ocean swims in Hana. Your memorable 10-hour tour of Maui’s greatest natural wonder will end back at your hotel/condo at 5 PM.
Start your morning with a Breakfast Pudding Ring that is baked fresh daily along with tropical juices and coffee.
Our tours include a wonderful lunch of Polynesian influenced cuisine. Depending on the weather we can choose from a variety of wonderful spots to enjoy lunch in Hana.
Lunch is served on linen tablecloths, linen napkins, crystalline plates, and flatware.
Enjoy a satisfying meal of two wraps. You can mix it up. Choose from;
Ice cold Tropical Fruit Beverages are available as well as bottled water throughout the day.
South & West Maui
|AdultAges 13 and up||$289.00|
|ChildAges 3 and 12||$289.00|
7 AM – 5 PM – 10 hour tour
Any request for a refund 7 days or more prior to the start of the tour or activity is honored with a full refund.
No refunds are issued for any cancellations inside the 7-day period, prior to the start of your tour. There is no refund for no-shows. There is no charge for date change or tour change based on tour availability outside of the 7-day cancellation period.
Ka’eleku Cave is the largest and most accessible lava tube on Maui, and also has many interesting features making it a must-see for those interested in caves and geology. Since much of the surface of Maui formed long ago, we have few lava tubes of significant size remaining; Ka’eleku Cave is the largest known accessible lava tube on Maui. During your cave tour you will see stalagmites, stalactites, mounds of lava drops and lava swirls formed over 30,000 years ago.
Upper Waikani Falls is one of the most popular waterfalls on Maui, located along the Road to Hana. It is also known as “Three Bears” because of its three parallel drops with successively lower heights (like papa bear, mama bear and baby bear). During wet weather, the waterfall becomes one big bear, dropping about 70 feet (21 m). There is also a trail that leads down to the base of the waterfall, located at the far side of the bridge.
The Ke’anae Peninsula was created from an immense lava flow originating from Haleakala Crater. The peninsula is also home to some very tasty banana bread that perfectly complements the variety of tropical fruits found at stands along the Road to Hana. You will also find taro fields and animals grazing.