7-8hr Excursion • Full Loop

  • Private Excursions Per Person Price – Two Person Minimum
  • Additional Guest Price Per Person – Children 2 and Under Ride Free

Iao Valley Option


Flexible departure time between 8am -1pm
Recommend 8am-10am
Sunset Excursion – 1pm


Halemahina, “Hous of the Moon,” is one of Maui’s two dormant volcanoes. Circumnavigate her majesty in a 7-8 hour excursion. Visit the Hawai’i of old, Kahakuloa, an isolated Hawaiian village. View rugged coastlines, a secluded waterfall and a geyser that blows 100ft in the air. Drive deep into the volcano’s sunken caldera filled with tropical flowers, guava fruit and native fauna. View the ‘Iao needle, a 1,200ft stone pillar once used as a watchtower in time of war. Touch the healing waters of our island’s largest stream. Conclude with a visit to the Kepaniwai cultural heritage gardens featuring traditional homes, gardens and totems.

Tour Itinerary:

  • Iao Valley – drive into the sunken caldera of our western volcano
  • Iao Needle – natural basalt pillar that stands 1200 feet tall
  • Iao Stream – Maui’s largest stream that features several pools to swim
  • Kepaniwai Gardens – cultural gardens in tribute to the ethnicities that arrived to pioneer the plantation
  • Chutes – a picturesque stream with chutes and several pools to swim
  • Makamaka’ole Stream and Waterfall – this waterfall drops in several tiers totaling about 270 feet in height
  • Kaukini Gallery – clifftop gallery featuring 100 local artisans
  • Kahakuloa Village – isolated native village, nestled among steep valley walls on the doorstep of the Pacific Ocean. Here, Hawaiians grow traditional crops and live by simple means
  • Bell Stone – a field of “lava bombs.” Huge boulders that were spit out from the caldera of the volcano during eruption. The rocks solidified immediately…leaving them hollow inside. Some of them ring when struck…hence the name bell stone
  • Olivine Pools – heart shaped tide pools at the ocean’s edge
  • Nakalele Blowhole – a spout that can sometime reach over 100ft in air. This attraction is firing 85% of the time
  • Honolua Bay – a popular overlook of Maui’s best reef and forest walk through dense vegetation
  • Several Lookouts for Whale Watching (December thru May)
  • Running coastline featuring deep valleys, cliffs, bluffs and bays