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Haleakala Maui Sunrise Tour with Breakfast

Haleakala Maui Sunrise Tour with Breakfast - Kahului, United States
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Kahului, United States

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$176.06

Witness the dawn of a new day on a Haleakala Sunrise Tour. Standing at the top of majestic Mt ... More info ›

Witness the dawn of a new day on a Haleakala Sunrise Tour. Standing at the top of majestic Mt. Haleakala, renowned for its stunning sunrises and beauty, you'll be amazed by the raw beauty that inspired literary giant Mark Twain. You haven't experienced Haleakala until you've seen it at sunrise on a Haleakala Crater Sunrise Tour!

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Stop At: Haleakala Crater, Haleakala National Park, Maui, Hawaii

Home to the world’s largest dormant volcano; over 30,000 acres. The park is known for its unique volcanic features, its long scenic drive with numerous overlooks, and the unusually clear views of the night sky available.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Haleakalā National Park Headquarters Visitor Center

Majestic views of the crater at 9,740 ft.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Haleakalā Observatory

Sunrise viewing - an unforgettable show of light and color bursting into the sky.

Duration: 10 minutes

Pass By: Historic Makawao Town, Makawao, Maui, Hawaii

Views of Kula - open country slopes, quaint & rustic.
Misty mountains, higher elevation, rich volcanic soil, verdant farmland.

Stop At: The Dunes at Maui Lani Golf Course, Kahului, Maui, Hawaii

Enjoy a local-style breakfast; stunning views of the west Maui mountains.

Duration: 1 hour

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Haleakala, Iao Valley and Central Maui Day Tour

Haleakala, Iao Valley and Central Maui Day Tour - Kahului, United States
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Kahului, United States

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$150.76

See the best of central Maui on this scenic and informative guided day trip, with hotel pickup and drop-off. Your knowledgeable local guide will take you to the volcanic Haleakala crater, Iao Valley, the unique rocky pinnacle known as the Iao Needle and the historic town of Wailuku ... More info ›

See the best of central Maui on this scenic and informative guided day trip, with hotel pickup and drop-off. Your knowledgeable local guide will take you to the volcanic Haleakala crater, Iao Valley, the unique rocky pinnacle known as the Iao Needle and the historic town of Wailuku. You’ll catch glimpses Maui’s stunning landscape, learn about its agricultural history and explore otherworldly terrain at its parks on this experiential sightseeing tour.

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Stop At: Haleakala Crater, Haleakala National Park, Maui, Hawaii

Home to the world’s largest dormant volcano; over 30,000 acres. The park is known for its unique volcanic features, its long scenic drive with numerous overlooks, and the unusually clear views of the night sky available.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Haleakalā National Park Headquarters Visitor Center

Crater views at 9,740 ft. elevation. Browse educational exhibits

Duration: 30 minutes

Pass By: Historic Makawao Town, Makawao, Maui, Hawaii

A drive through open country slopes, quaint & rustic, as you pass through Kula and Makawao. Historic paniolo or cowboy town. Lunch on your own.

Pass By: Wailuku Town Hall

Drive through a charming and historic former plantation town; today's county seat of Maui government.

Stop At: Iao Valley State Monument, Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii

Dense rain foreset, ancient battle grounds and burial site for Hawaii's royalty.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Iao Valley, Maui, Hawaii

Iconic, pointed ridge covered in verdant vegetation

Duration: 30 minutes

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Traditional Airport Lei Greeting on Kahului Maui

Traditional Airport Lei Greeting on Kahului Maui - Kahului, Hawaii
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Duration: 15 minutes
Location: Kahului, Hawaii

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$26.04

Aloha! Be welcomed on Maui with traditional lei greetings at Kahului Airport. Start your Hawaiian vacation the right way and embrace Maui's tropical beauty with a lei greeting including gorgeous lei's made from fresh native flowers.

When you arrive in Maui at Kahului Airport (OGG), look for your lei greeting representative at the first non-secured area and receive your wonderful island greeting ... More info ›

Aloha! Be welcomed on Maui with traditional lei greetings at Kahului Airport. Start your Hawaiian vacation the right way and embrace Maui's tropical beauty with a lei greeting including gorgeous lei's made from fresh native flowers.

When you arrive in Maui at Kahului Airport (OGG), look for your lei greeting representative at the first non-secured area and receive your wonderful island greeting. Treat yourself and loved ones to a traditional Honolulu lei welcome, featuring beautiful, fresh local orchids. This is the perfect way to start your family vacation, honeymoon or special occasion.
The history of the lei dates back to the ancient Hawaiians, who wore braided leaves, native flowers, shells, feathers, stones and bones to beautify themselves. They often offered these garlands to each other and to their gods as a symbol of love and friendship. The lei was treasured and worn with pride by people of every age.
Leis are still carefully made by hand by Hawaiians, weaving fragrant, colorful flowers and leaves together to create a work of art. A symbol of Hawaii, leis are worn on all special occasions and given to family and friends as gifts of love.

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Maui Molokai Helicopter Tour

Maui Molokai Helicopter Tour - Kahului, United States

Duration: 55 to 65 minutes
Location: Kahului, United States

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$390.00

See the highlights of West Maui, then fly across the Pailolo channel to discover Hawaii's tallest waterfalls along Moloka'i's remote and isolated north shore. Capture the world's steepest sea cliffs – a few of which are over 3,000 ft ... More info ›

See the highlights of West Maui, then fly across the Pailolo channel to discover Hawaii's tallest waterfalls along Moloka'i's remote and isolated north shore. Capture the world's steepest sea cliffs – a few of which are over 3,000 ft. tall. See Kalaupapa, site of the settlement where patients with Hansen’s disease were ministered to by Father Damien, before returning through the heart of the West Maui Mountains.

See the highlights of West Maui, then look for humpback whales (in season) as you cross the Pailolo channel to discover Hawaii’s tallest waterfalls along Molokai’s remote and isolated north shore. See and learn about the settlement for patients with Hansen’s disease at Kalaupapa where  Father Damien ministered to their needs in the late 1800’s. Then return through the heart of the West Maui Mountains.
Molokai’s isolated north shore boasts the world’s steepest sea cliffs that were created by a massive “earthslide” 1.4 million years ago. Some of these cliffs rise 3,000 feet into the misty rain forests of Kamako’u (Elev. 4,961’). Soar through ancient valleys where some of Hawaii’s first settlements were located and fly by plunging waterfalls that provide stunning scenery for one of the most spectacular aerial tours on earth. 
 
On the return to Maui view the ancient Hawaiian Fish Ponds and the longest, fringing coral reef in the  United States at nearly 25 miles long.

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Hana - Haleakala Helicopter Tour

Hana - Haleakala Helicopter Tour - Kahului, United States

Duration: 40 to 50 minutes
Location: Kahului, United States

From USD
$310.00

Climb above central Maui and ascend the world's largest dormant volcano, "Haleakala" (literally "house of the sun"). Discover its immense moonlike crater with pure iron oxide cinder cones towering over 1,100 feet tall ... More info ›

Climb above central Maui and ascend the world's largest dormant volcano, "Haleakala" (literally "house of the sun"). Discover its immense moonlike crater with pure iron oxide cinder cones towering over 1,100 feet tall. See Kaupo and Ko'olau Gaps, the huge lava flows from the crater to the sea. Hana's nearly uninhabited "back side" is home of the "Seven Pools" and Lindberg's grave. The Hana Rain Forest extends for over 180 square miles along Maui's northern coast and is the largest tropical rain forest in our nation. Tour includes views of Old Hana Town, Haleakala National Park, Kipahulu, the taro fields of Ke'anae, fabulous coastline waterfalls and the world famous Ho'okipa windsurfing beach on the return. Whale watching when in season.

See the highlights of West Maui, then look for humpback whales (in season) as you cross the Pailolo channel to discover Hawaii’s tallest waterfalls along Molokai’s remote and isolated north shore. See and learn about the settlement for patients with Hansen’s disease at Kalaupapa where  Father Damien ministered to their needs in the late 1800’s. Then return through the heart of the West Maui Mountains.
Molokai’s isolated north shore boasts the world’s steepest sea cliffs that were created by a massive “earthslide” 1.4 million years ago. Some of these cliffs rise 3,000 feet into the misty rain forests of Kamako’u (Elev. 4,961’). Soar through ancient valleys where some of Hawaii’s first settlements were located and fly by plunging waterfalls that provide stunning scenery for one of the most spectacular aerial tours on earth. 
 
On the return to Maui view the ancient Hawaiian Fish Ponds and the longest, fringing coral reef in the  United States at nearly 25 miles long.

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Circle Island Deluxe Tour

Circle Island Deluxe Tour - Kahului, United States

Duration: 60 to 70 minutes
Location: Kahului, United States

From USD
$420.00

Explore the Valley Isle. Take in the highlights of West Maui with it's unforgettable hidden valleys, rugged coastline, lush green jungle vegetation and spectacular vistas combined with excellent views of Haleakala Crater and the the Hana Rain Forest.
Combines West Maui, Hana and Haleakala ... More info ›

Explore the Valley Isle. Take in the highlights of West Maui with it's unforgettable hidden valleys, rugged coastline, lush green jungle vegetation and spectacular vistas combined with excellent views of Haleakala Crater and the the Hana Rain Forest.
Combines West Maui, Hana and Haleakala. West Maui is home to one of the wettest places on earth. Long streaming waterfalls and vibrant green valleys are trademarks of this incredible volcanic wonderland. Highlights include: the "Wall of Tears" with over 17 waterfalls flowing at once; Maui's tallest waterfall, "Honokohau Falls", with over 1,100 foot drop. View the resorts of Kaanapali and Kapalua. Take in Old Lahaina Town with its quaint historic whaling harbor. Fly by Launiupoko, Olowalu and Ukumehame valleys. Soar above central Maui once famous for sugarcane and pineapple fields.

Combines West Maui, Hana and Haleakala. West Maui is home to one of the wettest places on earth. Long streaming waterfalls and vibrant green valleys are trademarks of this incredible volcanic wonderland. Highlights include: the "Wall of Tears" with over 17 waterfalls flowing at once; Maui's tallest waterfall, "Honokohau Falls", with over 1,100 foot drop. View the resorts of Kaanapali and Kapalua. Take in Old Lahaina Town with its quaint historic whaling harbor. Fly by Launiupoko, Olowalu and Ukumehame valleys. Soar above central Maui once famous for sugarcane and pineapple fields.Ascend the world's largest dormant volcano, "Haleakala" (literally "house of the sun"). Discover its immense moonlike crater with pure iron oxide cinder cones towering over 1,100 feet tall. See Kaupo and Ko'olau Gaps, the huge lava flows from the crater to the sea. Hana's nearly uninhabited "back side" is home of the "Seven Pools" and Lindberg's grave. The Hana Rain Forest extends for over 180 square miles along Maui's northern coast and is the largest tropical rain forest in our nation. Tour includes views of Old Hana Town, Haleakala National Park, Kipahulu, the taro field of Ke'anae, fabulous coastline waterfalls and the world famous Ho'okipa windsurfing beach on the return. Whale watching when in season.

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