Learn about the last operating sugarcane plantation and mill in the Hawaiian islands. Enjoy the stunning sight of Haleakala’s last lava flow, along with vast, panoramic views of Lana’i, Molokini, and Kaho’olawe sparkling in the deep blue ocean.
Experience a bird’s eye view of the beautiful and pristine La Perouse Bay, which was named for Jean-Francoise Galoup, the Comte de La Perouse (August 23, 1741-1788) who was the first French explorer to visit Maui.
As we ascend up the leeward slopes of Haleakala to an elevation of 3,000 feet to visit Ulupalakua, home of Maui’s largest working cattle ranch. Ulupalakua ranch was founded in 1845 and sprawls across 20,000 acres of land that begins at the ocean and rises to 6,000 ft.
When in bloom, the glorious Jacaranda trees and pastoral views on the scenic drive through Kula on the way to historic Makawao town make it one of the most memorable on Maui.
Driving through quaint Paia town, known for its wide variety of art galleries and antique shops, on the way to world-famous Ho’okipa Beach Park. Once you see the breath-taking surf, you will understand why surfers and wind-surfers from around the world flock here.
Iao Valley, is nothing less than mystical. Mark Twain called it “The Yosemite of the Pacific”. The valley features the Iao Needle, a natural rock pinnacle presiding over the Iao stream and surrounded by walls of the Pu’u Kukui Crater.
Lovely Kepaniwai Heritage Park celebrates the varied cultures of the people that immigrated to Hawai’i to work in the sugarcane plantations.
Let Mahalo Tours and Transportation show you the beauty of our island, the wealth of our culture, and the warmth of our Aloha.
Let the journey begin!