No. The trail to the red sand beach in Hana is dangerous and crosses private property. Hana residents have asked tour companies to not take visitors here and we have respected their wishes. As an alternative, we stop at Koki Beach at a designated area where there is red sand for the public to enjoy.
Yes. We only offer completely private and customized tours of Maui for our guests. Rather than joining a loaded bus tour with strangers, your group is assigned your own tour guide for the entire day to do and experience whatever you’re interested in. Your tour guide is also your driver so you can enjoy the sights, sounds, and tastes at your own pace.
We would recommend the Halfway to Hana adventure. This is the perfect tour for those who just want just a sample of the famous Hana Highway. You will experience the rainforest, a few waterfalls, and incredible coastal views. Plus, we will share geological and historical tidbits along the way. All in the comfort of a Jeep–with the convertible top up or down–whatever you’d like.
We offer a variety of experiences. Our best one is traveling on the road to Hana. Most tour companies travel clockwise and hurry you from place to place. With our Jeep, we can go off the main highway and explore areas no one else can. We can go to the Hana Lava Tube, a black sand beach, and swim in waterfalls. Let us know how much time you have and what activities interest you ahead of time.
All Hana adventures begin at 7 am. This early start time allows us to get ahead of the crowds and you can enjoy the popular locations with a few people as possible. If 7 am is too early for you, we can pick you up at a time that works best for you (no later than 9 am).
The West Maui Mountain adventure also begins at 7 am.
The Volcanoes of Maui adventure begins at 10 am.
We recommend you bring swimwear, towels, rain jacket, long sleeve shirt, sandals, hat, sunscreen, bug repellent, and sunglasses. We provide bottled ice water and a cooler. Feel free to bring whatever food/drink you may need with you as well.Lunch and snacks can be purchased at several roadside stands–and we can recommend good places. Bring cash as many of these places have no internet.
The West Maui Mountains tour is awesome. You will see pristine views and amazing landscape. It really depends on what you want to see and experience here on Maui. The road to Hana is our most popular tour. Most people think they can just drive it themselves but the driver gets robbed from the views and suffers from white-knuckle syndrome.
We get this question a lot. Our road to Hana tours are in a tropical rainforest that recieves more than 400 inches of rain annually. But that is why there are so many waterfalls and the jungle is so lush with vegetation. Chances are it will rain on us. We recommend you bring a rain jacket. We offer ponchos and unbrellas. We take your safety seriously. If there are reports of mudslides, fallen trees, or road closures, we will cancel the adventure and give you a 100% refund.
Our official policy is we understand things happen outside of your control. With this in mind, we offer a full refund up until 4 days prior to your tour, but since Covid we have been more flexible with last minute emergencies. The exception would be if Hawaii shuts down completely again, we would have to offer only credit, until we are able to open again.