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Hana Adventure

Tour code: 676-670
From USD $176
  • Available: Daily
  • Depart from: Maui, HI
  • Language: English
  • Duration: 10 Hours 30 Minutes

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Drive through the quaint sugar mill town of Paia, explore Kaumahina State Park and the Keanae Valley Lookout, and drive along the winding road to Hana. Also visit Pua'a Ka'a Wayside Park, Wai’anapanapa State Park, the town of Hana (including the Hasegawa General Store), Ohe'o Stream and Pools (weather permitting), Cascading Wailua Falls Lookout, and colorful windsurfing beaches. Roundtrip ground transportation and tour guide.

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  • Day 1
    Maui-Hana-Maui (44 miles)
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Day 1 Maui-Hana-Maui (44 miles)

Travel aboard our luxury, air-conditioned mini-coach with large viewing windows for passengers to capture unobstructed views of the passing scenery on this 52-mile journey to Hana, on the eastern coast of Maui. Passengers can be picked up from most major Maui hotels free of charge.

Highlights of our drive to Hana include:

  • Roadside Scenery: Feast your eyes on bamboo jungles, breezy Eucalyptus groves, and roadside fruit stands.
  • Paia Town: The surfing capital of the world, home to beautiful beaches and diverse cultures.
  • Waianapanapa State Park and Beach: The black sand on an ancient lava flow includes sea cliffs, lava tubes, arches and the beach! Hop in the water!
  • Kaumahina State Park:There are several loop trails leading uphill from the ocean as we head up to the Keanae Lookout.
  • Keanae Lookout: We spend about 15 minutes looking out over the taro plantations.
  • Pools of Oheo: In Haleakala National Park, Kipahulu District, view tranquil, waterfall-fed pools accessible by only a few tour companies. (Please note that the Haleakala National Park has indefinitely closed the Pools of Oheo for swimming due safety issues from a recent rock slide. The tour will continue to stop at the Pools of Oheo for viewing. )





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