Maui Private Tours – West Maui MountainsUpdated: September 1, 2020
Let us, at Hoaloha Jeep Adventures take you on one of our Maui Private Tours! “An AMAZING experience that you will never forget” according to previous visitors. What makes our West Maui Mountains Tour the perfect holiday experience?
West Maui Mountains Tour
We start our beautiful Maui Private Tours off in the Olowalu and Ukumehame Valleys, adventuring over the next five to seven hours to Lahaina Town.
On this adventure, we stop at the Maui Tropical Plantation, a place where you will not be able to leave without something to eat. Delicious!
Iao Valley is unofficially the wettest place on earth. Bring your umbrella or raincoat with because it is guaranteed that you will walk away from Iao Valley soaking.
A few miles north of Iao Valley we will stop at Waihee Valley for a hike. The lush vegetation, swinging bridges, Wailuku Agribusiness Irrigation Ditch and the waterfall over the Kanoa Ridge are all part of our Maui Private Tours.
We quickly stop at Waiolia Gulch and afterwards we are off to Karen Lei’s Gallery to enjoy the arts and crafts of over 100 local artists. Dive a little deeper into Maui on our historical walk at Kahakuloa Bay or sit and enjoy the beauty that surrounds you.
The Second Half
The tour will be incomplete without stopping at the Nakalele Blowhole and Maui’s Heart Shaped Rock. The Nakalele Blowhole is a natural geyser, water is trapped in a lava tube and tries to escape. When the water blows out of the Nakalele Blowhole, it can shoot up to 100 feet into the air. Don’t stand on the Nakalele Blowhole!
At Honokohau Bay, we stop to stretch our legs with some outdoor activities. Your pick, we suggest taking to the ranger about the turtles. Honolua Bay is our second last stop, the legendary, beloved Maui Bay. It is known for its exceptional snorkelling and scuba diving.
Our last stop for the day is at Lahaina Town. Here you can soak in more than a thousand years of history, beautiful beaches and some of the best restaurants in Maui. There is something for everyone to do in Lahaina Town.
With over five hours of exploring to do, we want to give you some of our expert tips when it comes to hiking in Maui. Let our experts help to equip you for your adventure.
Maui Private Tours Hiking Tips
The following tips will help your on your next Maui Hiking trip:
- Make sure your phone is charged or that you have a camera handy. You will want to capture the moments.
- Bring an umbrella or raincoat; you will get wet at some point during your hike.
- Make sure that your backpack is comfortable to carry and one that is waterproof will help.
- Pick sensible hiking shoes, high heels, or flip-flops will get you in trouble.
- Water, water, water. Remember to stay hydrated and to ensure that you pack enough water to keep yourself hydrated.
- Bring insect repellent to get rid of those nasty little guys.
- A walking stick might come in handy.
- Last but not least, bring your explorer. Take the time to explore and enjoy the moment that you are in.