Hana Tours

What are the best road to Hana tours?

If you’ve talked to anyone about visiting Maui, driving the road to Hana is one of their first recommendations. The lush green valleys, nooks and crannies, waterfalls and winding roads are breathtakingly beautiful. The question is, where do you stop? What are the must-sees? The roads are tight, windy and if you’re focusing too hard on driving, you might miss it all! 

That’s why we strongly recommend the incredible selection of Hana tours of Maui so you can sit back, relax, take in the views, stop at all the best spots, and learn about the historical and cultural relevance of the stunning sights. Which is the right tour to take? Read through the options below to make your choice (but honestly, you can’t go wrong)!

Valley Isle Excursions

This intimate 12-person, 68-mile tour allows you to relax and become mesmerized by the lush greenery of Hana. Start with a light continental breakfast to sit in your stomach before starting your drive. Enjoy some of the most famous stops along the way, including Wainapanapa, a black sand beach with an explosive blow hole (don’t stand too close!). See the luscious Keanae peninsula, home to tons of Taro fields or “lo’I” patches, which is where poi comes from. Stunning small and large waterfalls (our tour guides know all the best ones), which gush and spray when it’s raining. Gaze out the windows to see the incredible tropical rainforest of Maui. Stop at the Wailua overlook and climb a few stairs to catch a 360-degree view of Hana, including giant, distant waterfalls, valleys, and the ocean, and if you’re lucky, you may see an expansive rainbow. Get refreshed by swimming in a local waterfall/swimming hole and recharge with a delicious picnic lunch.

This is one of the Hana tours of Maui you don’t want to miss, as you’ll also stop in Hana town to see the local community of fishers, surfers, and canoe paddlers. Stop and smell the tropical flowers at the Hana flower gardens, visit the grave of Charles Lindbergh at Palapala Ho’omau and drive through Kaupo and the backside of Hana (where the rental car places tell you NOT to go).

With convenient tour pickup right at your hotel or condo (between 6-7:30am), all you need to do is be outside on time and bring a bag with a towel and anything else you think you might need on your trip, including medications, change of clothes, and extra snacks if you get hungry often. You’ll make it back to your place in time for dinner (5-6:30pm). When it comes to road to Hana tours, consider Valley Isle excursions. With decades of experience and over 30 years in business, trust that your guides will show you the best that our island has to offer.

Hana Tours of Maui

With comfortable seating up to 14 people, you will enjoy a smooth ride around Hana’s 600+ turns and nearly 60 bridges with experienced guides that will highlight the best that the road to Hana tours has to offer. You’ll be picked up right from your hotel or condo and start the day with a delicious sit-down breakfast at 8:30am. You’ll start your journey winding through the lush Hawaiian rainforest and see 100 different shades of green with the beautiful plant life crawling along the highway. Stop at the Keanae peninsula to see one of Maui’s most fruitful lands and try some of the best banana bread you’ll ever have. Go for a dip at the swimming hole/waterfall of Pua’a Ka’a State Wayside Park or Wainapanapa State park’s breathtaking black sand beach.

Sit back and relax as the guides navigate each turn so you can see each and every nook, cranny, and waterfall of this must-see road trip. Once you make it to Hana, dine on a tasty lunch (included in your ticket price) and see the quaint town of Hana, including the famous Hana Bay. Shop the local artwork and sample local foods from Hana vendors. See the 7 sacred pools, or Oheo gulch at the Hana location of Haleakala National Park for photos that you’ll want to frame! 

If there’s time, there may be more stops along the way, but know that Hana Tours of Maui will give you the best tour money can buy. You won’t regret missing out on this opportunity to relax while being guided through some of Hawaii’s most luscious landscapes. Don’t worry about packing a bag for the day, you’ll be provided with meals, snacks, drinks, towels, sunscreen, umbrellas, bug-spray, and first aid. Just bring a swimsuit, sunglasses, camera, spending money, and a mind ready to learn about Maui’s treasure, Hana.

Temptation Tours

This is one of the road to Hana tours that tops our list. With friendly, expert guides, cruise through 617 curves and 54 one-lane bridges through the tropical rainforest of Maui’s stunningly green East side. By trusting the Temptation Tours drivers to take you around this magical part of the island, you can sit back, relax, and take in the views. Each guide is Hawaii State Certified and are passionate about driving this beautiful route and sharing the history, beauty, and cultural significance to Maui visitors.

The most comfortable and intimate tour offered with luxury leather seats and a maximum of 8 guests, this is by far one of the best Hana tours of Maui you can find. There are a lot of options for different Hana tours through Temptation Tours, so be sure to get some guidance from us to figure out the best road to Hana tours for your group.

No matter which adventure you choose, you’ll be exposed to the best jewels that Hana has to offer. Popular stops include Hana Tropical Gardens, where you can see showy orchids of the rainforest and an array of exotic tropical flowers. Explore the “lo’I” or taro patches of the incredible lush Keanae peninsula and see stunning views of the ocean almost the entire drive. Check out Wainapanapa’s glistening black sand beach. With the most comfortable ride and the best guides, you can’t go wrong with Temptation’s Hana tours of Maui.

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