Daily except Wednesday & SundayDuration
Approx 15 hoursStart time
Start time: 05:00am
Duration: Approx 15 hours
Selected hotels in Wakiki. (We would require your hotel details in order to arrange your pick up. If you do not have this information at the time of booking, please contact the local activity operator at least 48 hours prior to the start of the tour with these details)Ending Point
The tour ends at the starting point or your hotel in the Waikiki Beach
The tour begins at your hotel in Waikiki by minicoach (55 seats) or minibus (25 seats). An English speaking driver cum guide will accompany you.
From there, travel to the Honlolulu Airport where you will board your flight to Maui, the Valley of Isle.
Begin by visiting the towering Halekala Volcano and knock on the door of this famous “House of the Sun,” and learn about the mythical lore that surrounds it at the adjacent Visitor Center.
From Kahului, we will take you through upcountry Maui to Haleakala, is a dormant volcano that last released its fury in 1790. Over 200 years later the land surrounding the lava flow is still barren. Many believe that Haleakala Crater resembles the surface of the moon or, more likely, Mars with its red hue.
Then travel to the P’uu Ulaula Overlook and enjoy some of the best views of the volcano from this “red hill,” and the endangered Silverswords. Visit Mount Haleakala Crater
Then we move on to Iao Valley State Park for a view of the majestic Iao Needle. We head to Lahaina, driving through the historic town of Wailuku, past the Kaahumanu Church. As our driver continues on to return other passengers to their Maui hotels, you will enjoy a self-guided stroll through old Lahaina Town, the whaling era capital of Hawaii.
The tour concludes with your flying back to Honolulu and then being dropped off at your hotel or Sheraton bus depot.
Lava viewing conditions change daily. We do not guarantee the viewing of active lava flow. Airline schedules may prohibit the operation of these tours at any given time
Limited Availability - Reservations must be made at least two weeks before tour date
The summit of Haleakala is beyond the 10,000 ft. elevation mark. Persons with respiratory or heart conditions should consult with their physician before traveling to these high altitudes
Government Issued Identification: All passengers traveling on 1Day tours must present government issued, photo I.D.s for airline check-in. No refund given to passengers denied boarding due to lack of proper identification
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details
Child 2 years old will travel adult's lap in vehicle.
No name or date changes will be honored once booking is confirmed.
The weather at the summit of Haleakala National Park is unpredictable and can change quickly. Be prepared for a variety of conditions. Temperatures in the summit area commonly range between 32°F and 65°F. The wind-chill can dramatically drop the temperature below freezing at anytime of year. Intense sunlight, thick clouds, heavy rain, and high winds are possible at any time
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have
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