Haleakala Zipline fun for all

Experience Haleakala in the daylight hours on this tour!

Haleakala Zipline fun for all

On the guided tour of Ali’i Kula Lavender learn the history of the farm

Haleakala Zipline fun for all

Stops include the visitor center, summit district, and Red Hill observatory.

Haleakala Zipline fun for all

Walk through the lavender grounds, or relax and enjoy the views!

Haleakala Zipline fun for all

Be transported in comfort with large viewing windows

Haleakala Zipline fun for all

Witness panoramic valley and ocean views in all directions

Haleakala Zipline fun for all

Photograph and learn about the flora and fauna of the summit area

Haleakala National Park summit district will be closed to commercial traffic for Hawaiian cultural practices on 6/21/2019, 7/18/2019, 10/3/2019, 12/21/2019, and 12/31/2019.
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On the Haleakala and Lavender Farm Tour includes three wonderful experiences in one!  Explore Haleakalā National Park, Ali’i Kula Lavender Farm, and Upcountry Maui in one incredible day!  Witness the vast untouched nature of Haleakalā National Park.  Stops at the park include the visitor center, summit district, and Red Hill observatory.

After Haleakalā, you will journey to the Ali’i Kula Lavender where you will dine on a delicious lunch with spectacular ocean and valley views. After lunch, you will be taken on a guided tour of Ali’i Kula Lavender and you learn the history of the farm and it’s Ohana (Family). Walk through the beautiful lavender grounds, gift store, or relax and enjoy the views. Before heading back to your accommodations, spend 30-45 minutes walking around the historic paniolo (cowboy) town of Makawao. There are unique art galleries, gift shops and boutiques.

The tour vehicles have comfortable seating, large viewing windows, and climate controlled interiors. The guides are professionally trained, and NAI (National Association for Interpretation) Certified. The guided tour will teach you about the history of Haleakalā National Park, flora, fauna, and cultural significance of the area.  They also ensure that you get plenty of photo opportunities, so don’t forget your camera!

General Information
Schedule: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day)

Pickup: Between 6am and 7am depending on your location.

Return: Around 2:30pm

Duration: Approximately 9-10 hours

Tour includes: Complimentary hotel pickup and return. Continental breakfast and lunch which is your choice of wraps, sandwiches or salads.  It also includes gourmet chips, a decadent Lavender-Infused Dessert and a choice of beverage.

Restrictions: Because of the high elevation, this tour is not recommended for people with cardiac or respiratory conditions. No scuba diving within the 24 hrs prior to tour. No smoking is allowed.

Group Size: 14 pax

What to Bring & Wear: Dress in layers, warm clothing, and wear shoes and socks. Bring a jacket or sweater along and wear long pants. Closed toed shoes with socks will keep you warm and safe.  In case you didn’t bring a jacket on your trip, you can borrow a cozy summit jacket, as well as warm gloves. Bring a camera, sunglasses, sunscreen, and wear clothing that helps block the sun.

Cancellation / Weather Policy: Cancellations must be made at least 48 hours before the start of the event.

Witness the beauty of nature at Haleakala
Valley Isle Excursion Cruiser
Enjoy the ride in a comfortable cruiser!

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Pride of America cruise ship passengers are able do the Haleakala and Lavender Farm Tour on their second day in port in Kahului. They will pick you up at the harbor.

Activity Tips

Kevin Ditamore – Owner / Manager

When most people hear the word “Haleakala” they think of watching a sunrise at the top of this 10,000 foot tall volcano. Sunrise tours are indeed popular, but for those who don’t want to get up in the middle of the night during their vacation, these day tour options are a great way to see the crater. As a matter of fact, the cinder cones and colors of the crater actually show up better for viewing (and especially for photography) a little later in the morning whent he sun is higher in the sky. At dawn, the sun is glaring in your eyes when it appears and the inside of the crater is backlit. With the sun higher in the sky, the details start to emerge and the red cinder cones show up the best. The mountain is also less crowded during the daytime hours. Crowds got to be such an issue at sunrise that the park had to restrict the number of vehicles (both private cars and tour coaches) that are allowed into the park prior to the sunrise.

The specific tour that is right for you will depend upon your interests. Look over these options and decide which is right for you. Whatever you do, don’t come to Maui and miss seeing the inside of this wonder of nature!”