Escape the large cruise line tours on this intimate unique tour. Enjoy a relaxing, personalized tour by a Hawaii State Certified Guide, who will entertain as well as educate in an air-conditioned luxury limo-van. With only 6 to 8 guests per tour, explore the spectacular Hana coast and navigate the 617 curves and 54 one-lane bridges on the road to Hana.
After being picked up, start a new adventure in paradise with a light morning snack of breakfast cake, juice, and coffee. Afterwards, the journey to Hana begins.
This full day interactive adventure will allow you to enjoy the remote Hana Coast at a leisurely and relaxed pace. Photo opportunities abound, with many stops made along this spectacular sea-coast drive. Kaumahina State Park, offering splendid views of rugged lava sea cliffs, Ke'anae, a quaint Hawaiian village with peaceful taro fields, and Waikani Falls, glistening with fresh mountain rain-water, are just some of the sights to be enjoyed. Discover and learn about the native Hawaiian people, their culture, and land.
After traveling through a tropical rainforest, delight in a scrumptious Pacific Rim lunch of chicken and fish, accompanied by pasta salad, fruit, and dessert elegantly served at one of Hana's black sand beaches. After lunch, there's plenty of time to stroll, swim, sunbathe or just relax and enjoy.
Heading back to the "real world," return from Hana at a "Maui-style" pace. Bring bathing suits and towels to for a once-in-a-lifetime opporunity to swim in a crystal clear, freshwater pool under a cascading waterfall. In addition, the return journey will take you to Ho'okipa and the chance at a breathtaking photo of Maui's world-class windsurfers.
Reviewer: Aunt Suzie
Be ready for a long day, but well worth it.
Awesome tour!! Gorgeous scenery. Our tour guide, Steve, was absolutely great!! My son got to swim in a waterfall which was thrilling!! Great food for lunch. Steve really took his time and prepared us a wonderful feast at a great location. Couldn't ask for anything more!! One alert is that these tours tend to take longer than what is stated on the website. The website time frame does not include travel time to and from the destination. It worked out for us on this day, but another tour (ziplining) we had to cancel because it would have taken too long and we would have missed our afternoon tour.