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This was a highlight of our trip to Hawaii, having missed out 10 years ago, we booked in advance before we left the UK. Nathan was very knowledgeable about the sights and Maui in general, and his banter with us and the other passengers made...More
We recently toured the Road to Hana with Mahalo Tours. This company is a class act company with all the bells and whistles that a tour company can offer at an unbelievable price. We did our research and found this company to beat all prices....More
Do it. On your own or with a guide it should not be missed. So, do it.
If you do not have a love of the outdoors and the role that nature and cultural players in our survival, you may have a better understanding when...More
The Road to Hana Eco-Adventure with Discover Hawaii Tours was one of the first things that we did on our honeymoon in Maui.
It was a great way to explore the island and immerse ourselves in the culture and beauty of the area.
We downloaded Shaka Guide for road to Hana $6 Rented a car $112. So many benefits in doing it on your own: Saved money, own pace, no waiting for no one. Shaka is all you need, with many secret places that other guide don't bother...More
From start to finish this was an awesome experience thanks to Larry our tour bus driver. He was very friendly, knowledgeable, courteous and efficient and all these attributes showed in his interactions with the 20 of us on the bus. Thanks Larry’s! The bus was...More
We booked this excursion thru Costco on our recent Hawaii cruise aboard the Norwegian Cruise lines “Pride of America”. This road trip is amazing as it winds along the rainforest of the Maui coast to Hana and circles back thru ranch country in the middle...More
This is a "must do". We booked through Viator who contracted with a local vendor, Dynamic Tours. Simon was our tour guide. He was so well informed. Being an 8th generation Hawaiian we learned the culture, he explained the plants and the history. We had...More
We chose to sit back and relax and have someone else do the driving. Our tour guide (Nathan) was very knowledgeable about the Hana area as his parents and family lived in the area. He was a very gracious host and really made our trip...More
Jonathan met us across the street from the cruise port and drove us to Hana in the reverse direction taking the back roads that one is not to take their rental cars. This is a private tour so he will customize this trip to what...More
I do the complete circle. Follow the road back towards Kula and the Haleakala turnoff road. I would use maybe a quarter tank of gas when doing this trip. So depending on what kind of vehicle you are driving. The tour... More
I do the complete circle. Follow the road back towards Kula and the Haleakala turnoff road. I would use maybe a quarter tank of gas when doing this trip. So depending on what kind of vehicle you are driving. The tour companies charge between $119 and $159 for this trip pp
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You can choose the adventure you want, there and back along the same path, or around the island. Be aware though, that an around-the-island route MAY not always be possible. On our trip, the bus's air-conditioning was... More
You can choose the adventure you want, there and back along the same path, or around the island. Be aware though, that an around-the-island route MAY not always be possible. On our trip, the bus's air-conditioning was running poorly and as a group, we elected NOT to brave the dry side of the island to avoid heat issues. I was disappointed, but on our return trip, we made some stops that we had either passed due to congestion (other tour buses) or that were only available in late afternoon (turtles sunning themselves on beaches).