Maui Hana Coast Day Trip

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Explore the lush tropical beauty of Maui's Hana coast on a delightful day trip to the eastern side of the island. On this scenic Hana tour you will have plenty of photo opportunities as you follow the Hana Highway - one of the most beautiful stretches of twisting, winding road on the planet.

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The Hana road tour takes you through rainforest and along the coast, past waterfalls, bamboo forests, cliffs and colorful flowers. You'll have the opportunity to photograph the town of Paia, Kaumahina State Park, Keanae Valley Lookout, Pua'a Ka'a, Wailua Falls and Waianapanapa State Parks on Hana tours.

Your professional guide will escort you to Ohe'o Stream and Pools for a refreshing swim (weather and time permitting), and throughout the day you will discover cascading waterfalls, lush rainforests and windsurfing beaches as you experience the hidden side of Maui on this Hana tour.

The Hana district of Maui is generally considered to be the area between Keanae and Kaupo. Today there is a population of approximately 2,500 people living in the district, with around 1,500 in the area of Hana town. Before European contact, the area supported a large Hawaiian population. Queen Ka'ahumanu, wife of King Kamehameha, was born here in a cave by the sea at Ka'uiki Hill.

Inclusions for Maui Hana Coast Day Trip

  • Transportation by air-conditioned motorcoach or mini-coach
  • Hotel pickup and drop off
  • Professional guide
  • Local taxes

Exclusions for Maui Hana Coast Day Trip

  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Not recommended for pregnant women

Not recommended for participants with back problems

Infant rates apply provided they do not occupy a seat

Due to repairs, this tour temporarily does not stop at the O'heo Stream and Pools or the Ulupalakua Tedeschi Winery

Special Needs requests must be called in to the local supplier AT LEAST 1 week prior to tour date.  All special needs requests are handled and accommodated on a situational basis.

Cancellation Policy
  • If you cancel within 3 calendar days (72 hours) of the scheduled departure time, the cancellation charge will be 100% of the undiscounted tour price.
  • If you cancel between 4 to 7 Calendar days before scheduled tour departure,the cancellation charge will be 50% of the undiscounted tour price.
  • If you cancel at least 8 calendar days in advance of the scheduled departure time, there is no cancellation fee. You will receive Full Refund for the paid amount.
  • Please note that in case of No show, the cancellation charge will be 100% of the listed tour fare.
  • Please note tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

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  • This trip was very informative and the driver was very knowledgeable on the history of Maui. Plan to spend more than 10 hours on this excursion and also the roads that you must travel can be a little scary I wish I would've known that. But if you can stand the long day you will see lots of waterfalls and beautiful mountain/volcano terrain. This trip was well worth the money so as long as you remember the length of the bus ride and the long hours you will be gone it will be a wonderful trip.

  • This Hana tour was one of the best parts of our Maui vacation. The ample breakfast buffet, lunch, and the unlimited snacks and drinks provided throughout the day, made this tour really worth the money. Free hotel pickup and drop-off were an additional bonus..... Our driver and guide, Travis was a Very nice, warm hearted, and loving person who referred to us, his guests, as FAMILY/ BROTHERS and SISTERS....and had vast knowledge of the area, history and vegetation besides being an expert, experienced, and careful driver too. When entering the tour bus in the morning, we asked Travis about whether to choose left or right side seats to sit, and he suggested left side. Thank you Travis, am sooooo grateful for that wonderful suggestion, because some of the magnificent views on the Road to Hana had maximum visibility from left side seats.....Stopped at several places including all the viewing spots on the way...Absolutely loved the way Travis stopped at each and every big/small waterfall and sang in a funny way waaaaaterfall....He also taught us some great Hawaiian greetings.....A Hui Hou.....!!

  • Aloha! My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed this day trip. It was a once in a lifetime experience. We were picked up and returned to our hotel which made it convenient. We had plenty of time at each stop and were not rushed.Our bus driver, Kane, was excellent. He was very knowledgeable about the flowers, trees, and vegetation. He was also very safety conscious. At one point he even passed out wet-wipes when we returned to the bus after a long hike. The tour provided soft drinks, juice and water. Some of the highlights included walking on the black sandy beach, hiking to a beautiful waterfall, and seeing the Keanae Congregational Church church that was built in 1860. One suggestion: don't buy the lunch that is part of the tour package. Instead purchase a delicious lunch that is available at the lunch stop. Oh, there is also delicious banana bread, too!!

  • A long day but worth it! Amazing scenery but I would not drive this road by myself.

  • Maui Hana trip was certainly worthwhile. The tour guide/driver was very well informed and interacted well with the tourists. The lunch exceeded our expectations. We would consider taking another tour in the future.

  • First off, I just want to say that I did book this tour last minute due to the roads being pretty intense... way crazier than I thought before I got to Maui. Pick up from our hotel was 6:30. Said the tour was suppose to start at 7 am. We didn't technically start until about 9-9:30 since we had to meet at the breakfast spot. Breakfast was okay... just some juice, fruit, and a couple different pastries. After breakfast we ended up having to swing by the airport to pick up more people going on the tours. The tour guide was nice enough to accommodate people who get motion sickness very easily to the front window seats. I was hoping for more stops along road to hana. I felt like we were on the road more just getting a tour through the windows than anything. The places that other reviewers said they did, we didn't get to do. Tour guide said they don't have swimming stops anymore either because it's too dangerous. We were only at the black sand beach for about 30 minutes. We basically had to run down to the beach and back, wasn't really able to enjoy it whatsoever. The lunch stop didn't have many great choices/variety, but the mahi mahi I got from the food stand ended up being pretty good. I got a lot of information about birds, flowers, trees and rocks and that's pretty much the summary of it. Overall, I wouldn't recommend this tour. The smaller group tour with some other company that I noticed on the same route stopped more at more areas. If you guys ended the swimming stop at the 7 sacred pools, at least let the visitors enjoy the ONE beach stop we did stop at black sand beach.

  • I'm glad I wasn't trying to drive myself. There was so much to see and I would have missed so much. Driver was very good and managed to get us in at all the best photo spots. Made for a long 12 hour day from pick up to drop off and the last part of the trip was very bumpy.
    Views of the coast and waterfalls. Driver was informative and knew a lot about the area.

  • Our guide - Peaches - was simply a delight. As with any of these kinds of tours, there are always choices made that include some things and exclude others and that was the case here. Still, Peaches stories and insights made the day wonderful. And it was simply beautiful

  • Aloha!
    This is a very long tour which made for an extremely long day. We started at 0615 and returned at 1830. Our guide Ed was fantastic, very knowledgeable and friendly. This tour should state that it is more like 12 hours vs 10. The Seven Sacred Pools at Ohe'o were closed for swimming and that was a big disappointment as that was one of the highlights of the tour. The time at each spot was not very long, the majority of time was spent on the bus. The banana bread stop was great, macadamia nut banana bread is delicious, black sand beach was nice, and the stop for lunch was good. There are a lot of one road bridges and very narrow streets on cliffs which were a bit scary and the road is very bumpy for a good stretch of time towards the end of the trip. If you don't mind sitting on a bus for an extended amount of time then you may find it worth the time. Would not recommend this tour for children.

  • excellent tour

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