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228 Hoohana Street
Kahului, Hawaii 96732-2476
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Experience Mauiís Magic

Pick your perfect Maui tour.

A humpback whale breaches against a setting sun. A couple strolls along a stretch of pristine beach. A road curves through lush foliage on the Road to Hana. The sun rises, spreading its warming glow across Haleakala National Park to the oohs and ahhs of early-rising onlookers. Maui offers visitors all these experiences and more, including world-class shopping, 18 golf courses, unspoiled rainforests dotted with waterfalls, and a host of premier resorts. This island, the second-largest in the Hawaiian chain, has rightfully earned its place as a world-class destination.

You could spend a lifetime discovering everything Maui has to offer, but if what you have is a day, there’s no better way to get a taste of the magnificent island than our full-day island tour. We'll spirit you from stunning beaches to gorgeous waterfalls to historic villages to shopping opportunities, all in the luxurious comfort of our sleek, modern coaches. Will you have a great time and see more than you thought possible in a single day? Absolutely. Will you leave wanting more? With an island like Maui, it could hardly be otherwise.

Maui tours include:

One-Day Maui Tour
This tour is a great introduction to Maui. We'll leave the airport at Kahului around 8:30 a.m. for a drive along scenic roads bordered by sugar cane and pineapple fields. We'll take you up the slopes of Haleakala, a dormant volcano, to take in the otherworldly sights awaiting us there. Next, a visit to the Maui Coral Factory, where you'll see how black coral is transformed from its raw form into beautiful jewelry. We'll travel to lush, green Iao Valley to see the Iao Needle, a natural stone pillar that rises 2,250 feet. Afterwards, we’ll explore charming, historic Lahaina Town.

9 hours

Haleakala Crater and Beyond (tour includes Iao Valley and Lahaina)
This tour is a study of contrasts: The wind-swept, sparse beauty of Haleakala Crater; the gorgeous green Iao Valley; and the bustling, historic whaling town of Lahaina. It’s an excellent sampler of Maui’s majesty, taking you from the highest point on the island—rugged, stark, awe-inspiring—to an historic coastal village, by way of some of the most beautiful jungle vistas anywhere.

9 hours

Haleakala Sunset/Stargazing Tour
Haleakala is a sight to behold any time you visit, but at sunset it’s truly remarkable. Ascend gradually through the scenic upcountry landscape, until you’ve reached 10,000 feet, where the air is clean and crisp and the sky goes on forever. It’s a god’s-eye view of Maui. As the orange glow from the sunset fades, thousands of stars dot the sky, becoming brighter with each passing moment, until the whole Milky Way unfurls above you.

This Stargazing trip lasts eight to nine hours. We’ll pick you up between 2:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. Snacks and refreshments are provided during the tour, as well heavy jackets. (It’s cold at Haleakala’s heights.) For your own comfort, we recommend you dress warmly in long pants, a sweater, and comfortable, closed-toe shoes.

9 hours

Iao Valley

Once the site of a fierce battle that changed the course of Hawaiian history, today the Iao Valley is a lush, peaceful, green enclave. The deep valley is home to the famous Iao Needle, a natural stone pillar that rises 2,250 feet. Taro fields, burbling streams, and easy-to-navigate trails make it a pleasant, refreshing destination.

Lahaina

Lahaina seems to take you back in time, even while entertaining you in a variety of entirely contemporary ways. Known as the “jewel in the crown of Maui,” few visitors to the Magic Isle would choose to miss it. Fine restaurants, delightful shopping, and plenty of other diversions transform this little seaside town, with its views of Lanai and Mauna Kahalawai, into a fun stop with more than its share of local charm.

Kaanapali

Peel away your stress in this relaxing resort area. Kaanapali has it all: hotels and condominiums adjacent to one of the best beaches in the world, wonderful snorkeling, great restaurants and shopping, and views of the neighboring islands of Lanai and Molokai.

Swim. Surf. Whale watch. Golf 36 holes. Parasail. Or take a stroll on the beachfront walkway that connects all of Kaanapali. Shop till you drop in Whaler’s Village; and when you drop, it’ll be right onto the beach. Take a dip, then dive back into shopping, dining, entertainment, and more. There’s even a whaling museum to illuminate this area’s rough-and-tumble past. Take the Sugar Cane Train into Lahaina, enjoying the leisurely pace of Old Hawaii. And don’t miss the highly-regarded Old Lahaina Luau, a traditional hula and feast. Experience the art of hula, learn about the traditional culture of Hawaii, and sample delicious food, such as baked mahi mahi, Island crab salad, and local-style fried rice.

Makena

The Makena area of South Maui is known both for its luxurious hotels and for the relaxed, rugged vibe (breathtaking surf, lonely beaches). Divers love the scuba opportunities here, while sunseekers love the sandy, wide beaches. Despite all of its amenities, Makena has retained a refreshingly untamed feel, so kick off your shoes and have fun.

Wailea

Wailea has the best weather on the island—blindingly blue skies, greenery rustling in the trade winds, and warm sun on your back. The area offers luxury hotels with world-class amenities; five super-soft, white-sand beaches; and some truly spectacular golf opportunities. Fashionistas will gravitate to The Shops at Wailea, where you can go couture with Fendi, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton, or browse galleries brimming with artwork by some of the Islands’ most renowned artists. Epicures flock to the area’s many fine dining options.

Kapalua

Beautiful beaches? Check. Stunning views? Check. Marine sanctuaries teeming with life? Yep. How about a working pineapple plantation? Yes. Kapalua, located on Maui’s northwest coast, also offers a chance to commune with ancient lava fields, play some world-class golf, and seek the inspiration of pristine bays and breathtaking mountainscapes.

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