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Road to Hana Tour with Valley Isle Excursions will take your along the coast in style, and you will continue on the magnificent road beyond Hana. Experience one of the most breathtaking drives on earch with Maui’s #1 Luxury Tour Company. On your way “Heavenly Hana” town, venture through Maui’s tropical rainforest, waterfalls, tropical streams and pools, 617 curves, 54 one lane bridges to Hana, spectacular sea cliffs, bamboo jungles, the Keanae Peninsula, colorful and fragrant island flowers, pineapple fields and rainforest vegetation.
There will be between 10-12 stops on this picturesque tour. Some stops include Wainanapanapa State Park where you can stroll down to the black sand beach, and a waterfall stop where you can swim in the jungle. The tour continues around to the Haleakala side of the island, including the road beyond Hana. This is where rental car companies do not allow you to drive. You will see the majestic gorges near Kaupo, the rugged lava coastline of South Maui, Charles Lindbergh’s Gravesite and viewpoints of “Upcountry.”
This experience is elevated by the luxurious 12 passenger Comfort Cruisers. Each person enjoys an ultra-comfortable individual reclining chair in this air conditioned vehicle. Your views from the heightened Comfort Cruiser is much better than from a rental car that rides lower to the road. Instead of worrying about driving the windy road, you can sit back, relax, and let the experts guides take you on the journey. They will share their knowledge about Hana Highway, and the sites along the way. The smaller vehicle and personalized service makes Road to Hana Tour far superior than experiences offered by cruise lines.
FALL OF 2020 ITINERARY UPDATE: Due to road conditions on the “back side” of Haleakala the tours are not able to go “all the way around” as they normally do. They will be turning around and returning via the north shore route following the the post-lunch stop at flower farm just beyond Hana town. Swimming will still be offered at Pua’a Ka’a State Park and Waianapanapa State Park.