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Maui: Underwater Submarine Adventure

1. Maui: Underwater Submarine Adventure

Dive into the pristine waters of Maui and explore an underwater paradise on this submarine tour. Enjoy views of stunning coral reefs, a replica shipwreck, and a whole world of colorful marine life from the comfort of an air-conditioned submarine. Begin your tour with a boat ride from the shores of Maui. Enjoy the beautiful sights of Maui as you make your way towards the submarine that will take you underwater. After boarding the submarine, get your camera ready to take Instagram-worthy pictures of the picturesque coral reef below the sea. Pass through the colorful reefs and spot the many fish and underwater creatures swimming by. As you sail, learn about the creatures you see from the onboard commentary from a local naturalist. Continue to a replica of a whaling shipwreck and marvel at the many fish, sharks, and other creatures who have made it their home. Return to shore, having experienced the underwater paradise that exists just off Maui's shores.

Maui: Self-Drive Sightseeing Road Trip

2. Maui: Self-Drive Sightseeing Road Trip

Embark on a self-driving road trip with a guide in your pocket. Skip the crowded tour buses and experience Maui independently, at your own pace. See historic sites, popular attractions, world-class beaches, and scenic hikes. Listen to local stories, legends, and fun facts about the places you’re visiting as well as unique Hawaiian music to entertain and relax you along the way. Experiences you can have on the tour are: • Hike to Twin Falls • Explore Wai'anapanapa State Park to visit a black sand beach • Hike to Maui’s Red Sand Beach • Swim at Oheo Gulch (Seven Sacred Falls)  • Explore a lava tube • Explore the Backside to Hana • Visit scenic waterfalls • Watch the sunrise atop Mt. Haleakala • Hike the Hosmer Grove or Sliding Sands trails • Visit a lavender or dairy farm • Walk through historic Makawao Town

Kahului: Self-Driving Audio Tour of Road to Hana

3. Kahului: Self-Driving Audio Tour of Road to Hana

The Action Tour Guide app functions as a guide, an audio tour, and a map all in one. This tour has been developed by local guides, curated by creative writers, and narrated by professional voice artists. Most stops along the tour have animated videos allowing you to visualize what you cannot see. Being your journey from Kahului, cruising along the Hana Highway through Paʻia and past Hoʻokipia. From there, you'll arrive at the official Mile Marker Zero location for the route, and then it's 35 miles to the town of Hana. Discover the Rainbow Eucalyptus and marvel at its multi-colored streaks on its trunks. Then, visit the Twin Falls, Waikamoi Ridge Trail, and Ching’s pond. Continue your way towards Wailua Falls and the Pipiwai Trail, with its huge bamboo forest. Finally, end the tour at the Kipahulu Visitor Center on the eastern shore of Maui.

Maui: Road to Hana Adventure with Breakfast & Lunch

4. Maui: Road to Hana Adventure with Breakfast & Lunch

Start your journey with hotel pickup and hit the road to Hana as you head towards the Ulupalakua Ranch. Explore one of Maui’s oldest ranches with its beautiful rolling pastures and green forestry. Then, head for the scenic backside of the island around Kaupo. Enter the Kipahulu District and the edge of the rainforest. Charles Linberg’s loved the area so much that he requested to be buried here after he died. See his grave at the 19th-century Palapalahoomau Church, before witnessing the spectacular Wailua waterfall. Enjoy a picnic lunch before heading to Koki Beach. Relax surrounded by breathtaking white sand, and turquoise-colored water, with the rainforest stopping right at the shoreline. Walk along the edge of the bay, sit under a tree, or maybe even go for a swim. Travel to the traditional villages of Wailua and Keanae. Learn about their hunting and cooking customs, and pause for a bite to eat and drink at the famous Half Way to Hana Snack stand. Feast on fresh coconut, cold drinks, and original fresh-baked banana bread. Close by, you'll visit the Waikamoi Stream and the Hamakua Ditch. Now you'll make your final run of the Island visiting its beautiful rainforests and Hookipa Beach. The largest area of rainforest in the state of Hawaii is along the Hana Highway. Moving past Haiku, the last stop of the day will be at Hookipa Beach. Considered the windsurf capital of the world, enjoy a few minutes watching wind surfers, kite boarders, and surfers challenge the oceans waves and shoreline winds. Take pictures, swim, or enjoy the view without the large crowds because of your unique route. 

Maui: Lahaina Old Town Self-Guided Audio Tour

5. Maui: Lahaina Old Town Self-Guided Audio Tour

This tour explores the many highlights of the culturally rich and historical significance of Lahaina, Hawaii. On this tour, you will enjoy a self-guided audio tour of some highlights of Lahaina. Visit Baldwin Home Museum, Hauola Stone, Pioneer Inn, Old Lahaina Courthouse, Old Fort, Banyan Tree Court, the Old Prison, Waine’e Church, Shingon Buddhist Temple, Luakini Street, and the Lahaina Restoration Fountain. Each stop clearly exemplifies the amazing history of Lahaina, telling the story of the past of each stop. The Lahaina Restoration Foundation shows the history of the town of Lahaina so that nothing is forgotten. From the old Fort to the Courthouse, the history of the town is preserved through many old buildings that are open to the public to explore and learn from. See Banyan Tree Court, where people gather and socialize by the amazing historical landmark.

Hawaii: Self-Guided Driving Tours Bundle

6. Hawaii: Self-Guided Driving Tours Bundle

Access this bundle of self-guided driving tours around the Hawaiian islands of O’ahu, Maui, and Kauai. Discover the islands on your own personal adventure, and see the unique charms and beauty of each. On O’ahu, begin in the city of Honolulu and get your first taste of local culture, revisit the events of the attack on Pearl Harbor, and see the former royal palace. Continue towards some stunning beaches followed by a stop at a giant volcanic crater. At all locations, admire the fantastic scenery. As you drive, hear learn about the power struggle between Kamehameha’s and his rival Kalanikūpule, which reached its crescendo on the towering cliffs of O’ahu. Spot some tranquil waterfalls and pass through a sleepy town where a former president used to spend his winters. On Maui, immerse yourself in Hawaiian history, culture, and legends, including the myth of the demigod who pulled the island out of the ocean. Drive to some of the most demanding surfing destinations on the island. Hear about the ancient traditions of Hawaiian society and changes in modern times. Explore the coastal Road to Hana, featuring astonishing bays and beaches, as well as some scenic hiking trails like the Waikamoi Ridge Trail. After you pass the sparkling Waikani Falls, you’ll also have the chance to visit the village where Beatle George Harrison chose to retire Discover the island of Kauai that has for a long time been one of Hawaii’s hidden gems. This island is home to a strange blend of pristine wilderness and remnants of a bygone era. One moment you’ll be watching sea turtles bask on a beach or snapping photos of a tunnel made of dense trees, and the next you’ll find yourself in an old, restored sugar mill town or looking at the remains of a Russian fort. You’ll also get a glimpse into Kauai’s equally peculiar history, full of twists and turns you might not expect. To add that extra eclectic flavor to your Hawaiian vacation, Kauai is a must-visit.

Maui: Road to Hana Waterfalls Tour with Lunch

7. Maui: Road to Hana Waterfalls Tour with Lunch

Travel back in time to the historic moments and legendary tales that shaped the islands. Look out for perfect photo opportunities and beautiful sights and landmarks. Then, your driver will select the perfect lunch spot for you. On this tour you will stop at Hookipa beach park and look out, Kaumahina State Wayside Park, Keanae Valley Lookout, Pua’a Ka’a Falls, and Wainapanapa State Park black sand beach. Furthermore, if time allows, you will have the chance stop at fruit stands with fresh fruits and vegetables for you to buy.

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What people are saying about Maui County

It was a fun day with a nice group of people and an excellent tour guide. Breakfast and lunch was provided to us and we stopped along the way at many attractions and scenic overlooks. Our tour van had some AC problems the day we were on our tour but we all made the best of it.

Quinn was very knowledgeable and friendly. He explained the history of the island, was informative about current lifestyle and export, and I would request him for my next road to Hana tour as well.

It was an easy to use tour. It continued to work even in areas where I lost service. I definitely enjoyed the aspect of being able to stop or pause it whenever I wanted to. Great guide!

It was a great full day activity with lots of interesting stories from our guide Malia. The places that we visited were jaw dropping. Very well managed and executed.

Our Guide Justin was extremely knowlegable, funny and personnel