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Maui: Private Road to Hana Full Loop Guided Tour1 Reviews
Explore the Road to Hana on a private, full-day tour. Discover the culture, taste local treats, and see the Keanae Peninsula and Wai'anapanapa Beach Park.
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- Savor the tasty flavors of traditional Hawaiian food at the Nahiku Marketplace
- Visit the Ke’anae Peninsula and see an isolated native Hawaiian settlement
- Relax or go for a swim on a black sandy beach at the Wai'anapanapa Beach Park
- Enjoy local treats at Aunty Sandy’s Banana Bread Stand and Coconut Glen's
- See the famous waterfalls on the Road to Hana and go for a swim at their base
DescriptionSee the top sights on the Road to Hana with a guide on a day-long private trip. Go for a swim at the famous Wai'anapanapa Beach Park, try the local cuisine at the Nahiku Marketplace, and visit Hãna Town. Begin your tour with a comfortable hotel pick-up or at a meeting point in Kahalui. As you drive through the rolling countryside, hear stories of Maui’s bygone plantation era. Enter the dense rainforest and stop at the vibrantly colored rainbow eucalyptus. Admire the stunning plants and flowers and catch a glimpse of the local wildlife before traveling deeper into the curves of the Road to Hāna. Drive down to the Ke'anae Peninsula and see the site of a traditional Hawaiian village. Visit an original stone missionary church built in 1856, the only building to survive the devastating tsunami of 1946. Stop at a fruit stand for shaved ice and Maui’s famous banana bread. Pass by bubbling streams and roaring waterfalls. If you wish, stop and hop in for a swim before heading to Coconut Glen's. Enjoy a delightful dessert of candy and ice cream made from Maui coconuts before lunch. Stop at Wai’anapanapa Beach Park to explore a powerful blowhole, a black sand beach, and a cave that leads to the ocean. Take a dip in the water or sit for a moment to enjoy the tropical beauty of this world-famous beach park. Next, head to the Nahiku Marketplace, a mini-village of tropical delights. Enjoy local cuisine like smoked fish, coconut shrimp, or baked ‘ulu (breadfruit). Find a variety of locally made gifts, including jewelry made from rare shells, spiritual icons, woodwork, glass art, and paintings. Stop off in Hāna town, which housed the seat of power for the entire island in the 15th century. Come full circle around the whole base of the volcano and drive into the dripping forests of Kipahulu. Visit Charles Lindbergh's grave and see a 19th-century church built from limestone and coral. Take a break to enjoy a delicious cup of locally-grown coffee at the organic Laulima Farms before journeying into young lava fields for a stunning view of the southern part of the volcano. Take the high road to get a panoramic view of Maui’s coastline and outer lying islands as the sun sets before returning to your starting point.
IncludesPrivate guide Reservation and entrance fee to Wai'anapanapa State Park Bottled water Fresh banana bread Umbrellas Hotel pickup and drop-off (only if option selected)
- This tour takes place rain or shine Swimming is optional