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Maui's Only Single Rider ATV Tour!

Maui Mountain Activities ATV Tours


  • Only Single Rider ATV's on Maui
  • Trails offer views into West Maui Mountains
  • Ride down to an ocean overlook
  • Minimum age to drive is 16


With Maui Mountain Activities ATV Tours, explore the West Maui Mountains and you'll view beautiful waterfalls from a distance. Next cruise down to ride alongside the great blue Pacific Ocean. The experienced and friendly guides will take photos of you and you'll have memories that will last a lifetime.

Maui Mountain Activities features single-seat ATV's and the minimum age to drive is 16. If you have anyone in your party who is too young to drive, or doesn't want to drive an ATV but wants to ride along for fun, the guide drives a multi-seat UTV and can take "Ride with the Guide" passengers. There are also a limited number of two-seat side-by-side ATV's available which are great for a younger passenger, or for couples where only one person wants to drive!

Driver Rates vary depending on vehicle type ... there is a rate for a single ATV driver, and a slightly higher rate for a side-by-side driver. The passenger rate applies to either passengers on a side-by-side, or to a passenger on UTV driven by a guide.


Maui Mountain Activities AM 1.5hr ATV Tour Rate (MMA5)

$220.00 per Single ATV Driver, $240.00 per Side-by-Side Driver, $150.00 per Passenger   (plus 4.712% Hawaii sales tax)

Maui Mountain Activities PM 1.5hr ATV Tour Rate (MMA6)

$220.00 per Single ATV Driver, $240.00 per Side-by-Side Driver, $150.00 per Passenger   (plus 4.712% Hawaii sales tax)


GPS Address: 3040 Kahekili Hwy., Wailuku, HI 96793 Click to view map


Schedule: Monday through Saturday at 8:15am and 12:15pm

Check In: 30 minutes prior to tour time at Maui Mountain Activities location a few miles northwest from Wailuku Town.

Duration: Approximately 90 minutes

Restrictions: Minimum DRIVER age is 16 and all minors must be accompanied by an adult. All drivers must have a valid drivers license. Maximum weight on signel ATV's is 400 pounds, and maximum combined weight on side-by-sides is 600 pounds. Minimum age for "Ride with a Guide" passengers is 5. No pregnant women, and no one with neck, back, or heart issues is permitted on tour. All participants must sign a liability waiver.

What to Wear and Bring: Closed toed shoes are required. Longer shorts or long pants depending on the weather … your clothing is very likely to get dirty. Water, camera (waterproof is best), light jacket, wipes and towels to clean up afterwards.

Reservations: Advanced reservations required and we recommend booking this a month or more before your arrival. This event is "RESERVE NOW PAY LATER"; we need a credit card on file to finalize your reservation but we do not charge you for this reservation until a few days before the beginning of your vacation!

Minimum Notice for Cancellations / Changes: At least 48 hours before the start of the event. All tours go out rain or shine.

Kevin at Falls

Kevin's Activity Tips:

There are very few ATV tour operators in Hawaii that are still offering single-rider ATV's ... if that is what you are looking for then you've FOUND IT and there is no need to look further. You won't find another single-passenger ATV tour on the island of Maui! For those who want to go as a passenger though and don't want to drive their own ATV they do have a limited number of two-seat side-by-sides available. This is a great option for couples, and you can switch up and take turns doing the driving if you like.

I recently did a ride with them ... my wife and I went on one of the two-seaters. I let her do the driving because I wanted to be able to take some website photos which are included in the slideshow above. The folks who run this tour are really outgoing and friendly, and you get a great explanation of the area during the photo stops on the tour. It's a beautiful, rugged, windswept area with relatively steep trails that are fun for an ATV ride. We stopped three places ... once at the highest point on the tour at an overlook into the heart of the West Maui Mountains, once about halfway down to the ocean at a spot that has a nice view of Haleakala, and then of course the spectacular and scenic stop down along the ocean. The views you get there are of a stretch of coastline that most people who live on Maui have never even seen! And while you are there be sure to take a whiff of that sweet fresh air ... it is coming in from over the ocean all the way from Alaska! It's some of the cleanest air on the planet!

On the way down to the ocean you are going to be led in a controlled pace ... but on the way back up the mountain there are several places where they "turn you loose" and let you give it all you've got! That's something that very few ATV tours ever do. We recommend that you bring along a bandana or mask to wear to cover your face underneath your helmet. During drier weather periods the trails can get rather dusty in certain spots that get a lot of sun. And I recommend that you bring along a change of clothing if you want to stop and eat lunch or do anything else on your way back to the resort after the ride.