The road to Hana is without question the most famous road in all Hawai’i, the crown jewel. A slow, winding road through a lush paradise. The Hawaii of your dreams, the tropical fantasy that becomes reality.
AVAILABILITY: During this COVID recovery period, availability is currently unusually limited. If the current dates do not work for you, we recommend checking back since additional availability will likely be added. In addition, if you are a party of 4 or more, you may email us and we will inform you when capacity has been added.
The famous “Road to Hana” (or Hana Highway) winds along the undeveloped eastern coast of Maui with cliffs above the Pacific Ocean on one side and lush rainforest full of majestic waterfalls on the other. See the highlights with a full day tour which allows you to efficiently fit in much more than one could do on one’s own, and to learn about the sights, history, and Hawaiian culture from a knowledgeable and fun local guide. By doing a tour, you can also relax while taking in the scenery rather than driving yourself many hours on the long narrow windy and sometimes bumpy road.
You will be picked up from your lodging and safely transported to many stops while receiving personalized attention with only a maximum of 8 people on the tour in a roomy modern air-conditioned van designed for 14 (note: for larger groups and private tours, see FAQ for more details). Highlights include waterfalls, beaches (including black and red sand beaches), lava tubes, remote towns, swimming off beaches (optional), Charles Lindbergh’s grave, and of course many lookouts and ocean views along the way. This is a "full circle" tour, so you will not be turning around in Hana but instead return via the southern loop with very different terrain and unique views of the backside of the volcano.
A light breakfast, a cooked-to-order local BBQ lunch in Hana, fresh fruit, local snacks, and all-day drinks are included, as well as pick-up/drop-off at your lodging.
COVID-19 UPDATE: This tour is operating and follows all Federal, State, and local regulations and guidelines to keep the guide and guests safe. While subject to change based on the evolving situation, currently face masks are required only for those who are not vaccinated (honor system) when inside the van and when social distancing is not possible, except when drinking or eating. All guides are fully vaccinated and therefore won't be wearing masks.