Mahalo nui loa e komo mai. (Thanks for coming)
Maui island is closest to Hawaii, the Big Island. It is home to Haleakala, one of the worlds largest dormant volcanoes. Maui is famous for its pristine beaches, views of the sunset or sunrise at Haleakala, or trips to Hana. There are white, red, and black sand beaches on this beautiful island. In fact, there are over 30 miles of beaches on the island. Take a snorkeling tour to Molokini Island or windsurf at Ho’okipa. Maui is mostly laid back and home to farms, ranches, and locals who enjoy the easy-going life.
Maui Day Tour Waters of Molokini
Molokini is a crescent-shaped, partially submerged volcanic crater which forms a small uninhabited islet. It is in the Alalakeiki channel between the islands of Maui and Kaho’olawe. Molokini is within Maui county, Hawaii. This islet’s surrounding waters are full of underwater wonders and are known to be this islands’ only marine sanctuary. There are more than 250 different species of fish and over 25 different types of coral. Bombing and strafing from World War 2 left impact craters, shrapnel, and bullets along the slopes of Molokini which are still visible today. This is a unique place to take in your surroundings and enjoy snorkeling. You will experience Molokini’s sea life firsthand and may see Honu’s (Sea Turtles) too. Enjoy history while making priceless memories.
- Explore the beautiful blue waters of Molokini.
- Wildlife of the Maui Ocean Center
- Luau dinner with traditional Hawaiian cuisine, cultural dances and demonstrations, and breathtaking views of the ocean at sunset.
- Swim clothes/ extra dry clothes
- Sunscreen/ sunglasses
- Camera- responsible for own items
Maui Dragon's Teeth Hike & Zipline Tour
- Visit Dragons Teeth for a Coastal View
- Aerial 6 Line Tour over the lush rainforest and natural scenery.
- Lunch included
- Tons of camera-ready shoreline to be explored.
Make sure that you bring great hiking shoes, sunscreen, hat, and sunglasses. Please make sure that you are physically able to do a slightly challenging hike and climb various levels of stairs.
Get ready for an epic battle between you and the dragon of the island. This is an excellent opportunity to explore the trails that head straight to the dragon’s teeth. Take a 2-mile unique hiking experience. You will follow a specific pathway that runs parallel to the Honokahua Burial site. This is a sacred area, with a lot of ancient stories and legends. The Dragon’s Teeth were naturally formed as lava reached ocean water swept up by waves and wind. This coastline is ancient and rugged. Sink your teeth into this unique experience and explore the shoreline. Afterward, enjoy a couple of hours soaring over Maui Plantation from bird’s eye view at the Maui Zipline. From mesmerizing views of the rainforest and fighting the dragon, this Maui day is a once in a lifetime opportunity.
A Stroll Through Maui's Upcountry Day Tour
Come with us and let the beauty of Maui’s Upcountry farms and gardens take away your every care. We will begin the day by eating fresh produce at Kula Farms, where they have incredible pineapples, strawberries, bananas, and more. After we finish here, we will take a short drive to the nearby Kula Lavender Farms. Wander around the grounds at your own pace, learning about lavender and taking photos. After your walk, grab a cup of coffee and sit on the porch overlooking the valley. Once we are ready, we will pack our things and drive through the beautiful upcountry to the famous Surfing Goat Dairy. Here, we will take a short thirty-minute tour of the dairy, feeding the adorable goats along the way and sampling their famous cheeses.
After the tour, we will stop by the shop in case there is any cheese you wanted to purchase. Heading South, we drive towards Grandma’s Coffeehouse. This is a local and tourist favorite. Grandma’s has been growing coffee for generations, with many people saying it is the absolute best coffee in the world. Eat at leisure and take a minute to look through their baked goods.
With our bellies full, we will head towards our final destination, Iao Valley. Here, we will take a walk to the lookout point so we can see the Iao Needle.
Make sure you bring a camera to take pictures of all the incredible sights you’ll see on this tour. Once we are finished in Iao Valley, we will take you back to where we picked you up.
Immerse yourself in the beauty of Maui’s Upcountry area, by strolling through farms, a lavender field, and a goat dairy. Take a gorgeous ride from our lunch destination to the Iao Valley.
What’s included: Admission fees for the farms and dairy tour, as well as lunch. Any extra souvenirs are not included.
Length: Approximately 6 hours.
Notice: If you are allergic to Lavender or other crops, this is not the tour for you and you should not attend.