Ready to see the beauty of Maui from a breath taking height of 10,000 feet above sea level? The beautifully panoramic view from Mount Haleakala atop the Pu'u Ula'ula Overlook at Haleakala National Park promises you an unparalleled view of miles of lush tropical canopy below and the sapphire blue coastal waters. Bring your camera for this tour!
Tour Wailuku Maui
The town of Wailuku is home to both old and new developments, however, we want to share with you one very special location; the Ka'ahumanu Church. The town prides itself on this historically significant landmark which was named after King Kamehameha III's beloved Queen. Her role in establishing American relations and Christianity throughout the Hawaiian Island chain prompted the church's introduction in 1832. You will also get to see one of Hawaii's best known exports, the sugar cane fields.
A Trip to 'Iao Valley State Park
Nestled within the green walls of the Pu'u Kukui Crater is a wonder of nature that is awesome in size and majestic presence. 'Iao Valley is home to a natural rock pillar that nature has formed into a towering 2,250 foot tall landmark which has a strong cultural tie to the native Hawaiian people.
A Visit To Lahaina
What better way to wrap up your one day island hopping tour to Maui than to spend some time shopping in Lahaina? There are plenty of great places to shop which boast unique gifts that really capture the essence of Maui. When you're all done shopping, we'll pick you up and get you to the airport to return to Oahu.
Visit the spectacular, "House of the Sun" Haleakala National Park (Admission included)
See Wailuku, sugar cane fields and Ka'ahumanu Church
Take a scenic drive to 'lao Needle State Park
Discover the old whaling town of Lahaina with its shops, restaurants and art galleries