Small Group Road to Hāna Tour 6 to 8 passengers

Maui, Hawaii (461)


A small group road trip to Hana is a great way to see the island and its many attractions. The trip can be done in six or eight passengers, and there are many stops along the way to enjoy the scenery and the local attractions.


Tour Duration: 600 min

Small Group Road to Hāna Tour 6 to 8 passengers

A Hawaiian owned and operated company that specializes in a small, personalized tour experience with only 6-8 passengers maximum in our air conditioned 14 seat buses. We provide a HOT, made-to-order lunch. And (road conditions permitting) we go "all the way around". Enjoy a relaxing, unhurried Hawaiian-style adventure while listening to the expert narration of our fun and knowledgeable local Polynesian guides. This tour is a gorgeous, winding coastal drive with 617 curves, 54 one-lane-bridges through breathtaking valleys, beautiful beaches, lush rainforests, spectacular waterfalls, desert-like landscapes, and remarkable cliffs. This will be one of the most unforgettable journeys of your life with beautiful photo opportunities, swimming at unique beaches, cooling waterfalls, and tasting the flavors of Maui. So let us share with you the beauty of our island, the wealth of our culture, and the warmth of our Aloha. PUC 4865-C

What's included

Below are items that the provider has stated are included with Small Group Road to Hāna Tour 6 to 8 passengers at no additional cost

  • Hotel pickup and drop off
  • Professional Guide

What's NOT included

Below are items that the tour provider of Small Group Road to Hāna Tour 6 to 8 passengers has stated that may cost an additional fee if desired.

  • Gratuity is not included. We can accept Venmo payments for the drivers.
  • No luggage of large bags. All bags must fit under seat.

Points Of Interest

  • minutes: Drive through the eclectic town of Paia an old plantation era town
  • 10 minutes: World famous Ho`okipa Beach Park is a breath-taking white sand beach boasts perfect windsurfing conditions and windsurfers from around the globe travel here to challenge themselves against the ever-changing waves.
  • minutes: The historic area of Huelo as it is adorned with vistas of bamboo, remarkable cliffs, and exceptional ocean views that certainly qualify as breathtaking
  • 15 minutes: You will see the "painted forest" of beautiful rainbow eucalyptus trees.
  • 45 minutes: An idyllic area with two small scenic waterfalls and pools. Swimming opportunity.
  • 40 minutes: Visiting the small community of Keanae will be like stepping into the past. Located on a peninsula which is an old lava flow, it is graced by Keanae Congregational Church, built in 1860 of lava rocks and coral mortar. Don’t miss an opportunity to feast on the best banana bread in the Hawaiian islands and possibly catch a view of the honu, Hawaiian sea turtles.
  • minutes: Hanawi Falls cascades 200 feet into a freshwater pool next to the Hanawi Falls Bridge completed in 1926.
  • minutes: Driving through the Kahiku district, with its beautiful rainforest views.
  • 60 minutes: Experience Honokalani Beach, a gorgeous black sand beach at Waianapanapa State Park. This magnificent beach is set among lava cliffs and the sand is actually small, smooth lava pebbles. A small sea arch, sea caves, and seaside lava tubes are located right on the beach. An ancient Hawaiian footpath leads to the beach area which appears like a vivid dream, with bright green jungle foliage on three sides and cobalt blue water lapping at its feet. Spectacular! Swimming opportunity.
  • minutes: Hana Bay (Uakea), is a beautiful black sand beach, On any given day you’ll likely see local Hana outrigger canoe clubs practicing.
  • 30 minutes: At Koki Beach overlook, you will see a red hill (which is actually an eroding cinder cone) known as Ka Iwi o Pele, meaning “the bones of Pele”. From this vantage point, you can also get an excellent view directly offshore of `Alau Island, a seabird sanctuary with a 150-foot summit, topped by swaying coconut palms from the small red sand beach is a great photo stop.
  • 20 minutes: We will stop at the tropical flowers of Maui to rest, use the bathrooms and a little shopping opportunity before getting back on the road.
  • 15 minutes: Wailua Falls is an 80-foot cascading waterfall and plunge pool considered the most photographed beautiful waterfalls on Maui,
  • minutes: **CURRENTLY CLOSED BY NATIONAL PARK SERVICE** O`heo Gulch, also incorrectly known as “The Seven Sacred Pools”, is located in the Kipahulu area of Haleakala National Park. In reality, there are more like twenty-four pools. A one mile long loop trail goes down to the pools and ocean, then up and around, back to the parking area. NOTE: The National Park Service has closed access to the Pools indefinitely. Please see the NPS website. Weather, safety, timing and unexpected closure permitting.
  • 15 minutes: Visit Charles A. Lindbergh’s grave. The famed aviator lived his last days on this lush Hana coast. Today, he lies at rest on the serene grounds of the Palapala Ho’omau Church in lovely Kipahulu. The adjacent limestone coral church was built in 1857. NOTE: This is an actual church which can be unavailable when a service is being conducted or the caretaker is not available. Weather, safety, timing and unexpected closure permitting.
  • minutes: Kipahulu is a photographers paradise of rainforests, waterfalls, pools, mountain valleys and sweeping ocean views.
  • 5 minutes: Photo opportunity mountain valleys and sweeping ocean views.
  • minutes: St. Joseph Catholic Church one of Maui’s oldest churches was established in 1862 by the missionary Catholic priests served a thriving community of Native Hawaiians, ranchers, fishermen, and farmers.
  • minutes: Driving through the Kaupo district, with its rugged coastline, and unpaved roads you will think you are in the latest Indiana Jones adventure! We will make photo opportunities stops
  • minutes: Kula district is a quaint, rustic area on the slopes of Haleakala, that stretches across the "up-country", from 500 m to 1,100 m (1,600 ft to 3,600 ft) in elevation of the western-facing slopes of Haleakalā, from Makawao to Ulupalakua. Kula’s most notable landmark, the brilliant white, octagonal Holy Ghost Church. A gift from the king and queen of Portugal to the island’s Portuguese plantation workers in 1894, it has been recently restored. Kula also offers the best views in Upcountry Maui, with sweeping views of Maui and the Pacific Ocean.
  • minutes: Located on the rural northwest slope of Haleakala on Maui, the community is known for being the hub of the "Upcountry Maui", a part of the island dominated by mostly agriculture and ranch land. Makawao is an old, Paniolo town. A Paniolo is a Hawaiian Cowboy.
  • minutes: Finally we have come full circle around Haleakala on our tour when we arrive in Kahului which is located in the valley between the West Maui mountains and the slopes of Haleakala on the South side of Maui.
  • minutes: **Please note that all stops are weather, safety, timing, and unexpected closure permitting.

Additional Information

  • Not recommended for travelers with spinal injuries
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health
  • Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness
  • Vehicles used on the road to Hana are not wheelchair accessible. Participants must be ambulatory. No walkers, wheelchairs and/or scooters, of any kind, are permitted.
  • We require any children under the age of 6 years old (5 and under) be in a size-appropriate safety seat; ie, a car seat or booster seat. NOTE: not provided, PASSENGERS TO PROVIDE
  • Anyone with heart, back problems, or other serious medical conditions cannot participate in the tour. Oxygen tanks, or generators are not permitted.
  • Special needs requests (except lunch) must be called in to the local supplier at least 1 week prior to tour date. All special needs requests are handled and accommodated on a situational basis.
  • Tour schedule/stops are subject to change due to weather, traffic, park closures, road closures, timing and or other various unforeseen circumstances.
  • No luggage of large bags. All bags must fit under seat.
  • Absolutely no alcohol or drugs onboard. No drinking alcohol or doing drugs while on tour.
  • Maximum weight for passenger is 325 lbs. (147 kg).
  • Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
  • Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
  • Gear/equipment sanitised between use
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitised
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • We follow all State of Hawaii and County of Maui COVID mandate requirements.