From Oahu with Air Ticket

Road to Hana Adventure Tour

Pickup from most hotels and condos

- Pick up time is between 7:00 am and 7:30 am

- Please call (808)-922-7123 for your updated pickup locations and times

Lunch from Mana Foods in Paia

Lunch will be picked up from what some consider to be the best grocery store in the United States: Mana Foods--$10 gift cards will be given to each guest. Guests may also choose to purchase breakfast and snacks here if they were unable to eat before being picked up

Water and Snacks provided in the tour

Free bottled water

Free snacks

Frequent Restroom Stops

We know the importance of restrooms stops

Although restroom opportunities are generally scarce on the road to Hana, our guides are trained to make frequent restroom stops

Tour Course

We first pass through Pa`ia Town, with its hippie charm, to pick up food from what some consider to be the best grocery store in the United States: Mana Foods. Then we're off along the Hana Highway through America's only tropical rainforest besides those on other Hawaiian islands.

Waterfalls and Rainforests

Before Hana, you will pass through Ko`olau, with some of the wettest places in the world. You will see amazing waterfalls and breathtaking coastlines and forests. Guests will have the opportunity to dip their feet in the water and swim in beautiful waterfalls, so make sure to bring swimsuits and towels.

Wailua and Keanae

Two small Hawaiian villages doing their best to live like the Hawaiians of old. Hunting pigs and growing taro, bread fruit, and Bananas are all big parts of everyday life in this small community. It’s also the site of the Famous Half Way to Hana Snack stand; shave ice, fresh coconut, cold drinks and of course the Original Fresh Baked Banana Bread. The Keanae overlook and peninsula offer views of one of the largest taro farms in Hawaii.

Homoa Beach

Koki and Homoa beaches are two of the most beautiful beaches United States – and voted so by Travel Magazine more than once. Hamoa Beach is consistently named one of “Maui’s Best Beaches” each year, and Hamoa made the list again as “America’s Best Beaches” in 2012 by Dr. Beach in his annual list of top beaches. Dr. Beach (Dr. Stephen P. Leatherman) is Professor and Director of the Laboratory for Coastal Research at Florida International University and is generally considered the country’s foremost authority on beaches. Author James Michener wrote about this perfectly formed crescent beach lined with Hala trees. Breathtaking white sand beach and turquoise colored water and the rainforest all coming together right down to the shoreline - these beaches deserves all the accolades they receive. Here we sometimes enjoy our lunch on the beach, on a picnic table, or on picturesque lawn area.

Red Sand Beach

We take you to a red sand beach where an offshore island (Alau) makes for the perfect setting for lunch. After sitting on tree branches and eating, it will be hard to leave this idyllic setting.

Black Sand Beach

Wainapanapa is Maui’s famous Black Sand Beach. Cobalt blue Ocean surrounded by black sand and black lava rocks from a recent flow only 10,000 years ago. Go for a walk along the edge of the bay and check out the blue water or just sit under a nice shade tree. This location is a great place to spend a few minutes relaxing, taking in one of the islands most beautiful locales.

Fresh Water Caves and Lava Tubes

We take you to volcanic caves which you could explore. And if you are lucky you could witness the legend of the caves come alive. Certain time of the year red shrimp appear, turning the water red. Let our tour guides tell you the legend of Princess Popoalaea.


See what happens when a lava tube meets the ocean. On the right day, you can see water spouting 20 feet in the air and mist blowing sideways for 200 feet.

Ho`okipa Beach

The last stop of the day will be at Hookipa Beach. Considered the windsurfing capital of the world, you can enjoy watching wind surfers, kite boarders and surfers challenge the oceans waves and shoreline winds. This is also the Threatened Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle capital of Maui, with 200-pound turtles feeding along the shoreline and basking on the beach all day long.