Reverse Hana Jeep Adventure
Explore The Legendary Road To Hana Backwards
Hotel pickup included
Visit Palapala Ho’omau Church / Charles Lindbergh’s grave
Explore the desolate Kaupo region
Check out a Black sand beach at Wai’anapanapa State Park
View countless waterfalls
Follow the legendary Road to Hana
See Maui’s North Shore
Listen to your guide as they share about Maui’s history
Your driver will pick you up from your hotel or condo at 7am. You’ll start the day by heading to Ulupalakua, where you’ll take in the stunning scenery before continuing on to Kaupo. From there, you’ll follow the Hana highway along the southern coast. Be sure to stop at Koki Beach, where you can see one of the famed red sand beaches that Hawaii is known for. From there, you’ll head towards Hana, making stops at the Haleakala National Park, the Seven Sacred Pools, and the Pipiwai Trail. As you continue on, you’ll pass through Hana Town before stopping at Kahanu Garden. This 293-acre park is home to a variety of native plants and flowers, as well as the massive Pi’ilanihale Heiau. From Kahanu Garden, it’s a short drive to the Wailua Valley Overlook, where you can take in sweeping views of the valley below. From there, you’ll head back towards Paia and make a quick stop at Hookipa where you can watch some of the most skilled surfers on Maui enjoying the waves. Return time to your hotel or condo is expected to be 10 – 12 hours after departure.
|PeopleAll ages welcome!||$595.00|
Daily departures are available at 7am
The tour duration is 10 – 12 hours
In the event of cancellation or request change to your reservation, please note the following. Most Circle Island Tours originating from Oahu, there is no charge for date change or tour change based on tour availability. Any request for a refund prior to 72 hours is honored with a full cash refund. No refunds issued for any tours within the 72 hour period, prior to the start of your tour.
Kaupo is a small town located on the southwest side of Maui, beyond Hana town and Kipahulu. It’s a wild and untouched location that looks like it has been frozen in time. Its lack of residential development and infrastructure has kept this remote area completely intact. Kaupo’s remoteness and lack of access have preserved Hawaiian culture longer than in many other areas of the state. Despite its remote location, Kaupo is a beautiful place with plenty to see and do.
Wai’anapanapa State Park is one of the most popular stops along the Road to Hana. And it’s no wonder why! The sweeping panoramic views here are simply stunning, and there’s so much to see and do. On land, you can explore the lush green hills and valleys, or take a hike along the rugged black basalt lava coastline and black sand beach. Off the coast, you can watch the deep blue ocean waves crash against the cliffs and experience the spray and mist firsthand.
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