Clear days allow you to see the Koolau Gap and the Keanae Coast from the Koolau Gap. You can also admire Hanakauhi’s 8,000-foot peak, which is adjacent to the trail. Bottled water and island snacks on half-day hikes; picnic lunch on full-day hikes. We were the first to offer private tours on the island, and we have been in business since 2007. We custom tailor each tour to our guests bucket list desires and abilities. Our guides knowledge of Hawaii’s unique history and ecology gives special meaning to our tours. We can serve our guests individually by limiting the tour to only one or two groups at a given time. This allows us to provide more personalized service and allows for more questions to be answered.
We love to serve you a delicious, farm-to-table meal at a local restaurant. From lava tubes, to whale watching, turtles, and unforgettable sunsets, experience Maui like a local. Get ready to see the Valley Isle’s breathtaking rainbow eucalyptus trees, and the best of the island’s waterfalls! We specialize in taking you to beautiful spots that few tourists ever see.
- The rest of the day is spent hiking amazing trails to see many waterfalls and pools throughout Oheo Gulch.
- Eco Maui Hiking Tours- Maui Hiking tours and adventures to bamboo forests, waterfalls, rainforests, and lava flows.
- This tour is only 2.5 miles (4 km) long and should be suitable to anyone who is reasonably fit.
- For any adrenaline junkies out there, your guide will show you to the safest pools for cliff jumping, with ledges reaching up to 15 feet high.
- Maui Hiking Tours offer a wide range of hiking tours, the most popular being the Maui waterfall hikes.
- Your tour starts with a hotel/condo pickup, where you’ll learn about the island and its rainforests from our expert guides.
This hike is part hiking tour and part cultural experience. It takes you into one of East Maui’s most beautiful valleys, which is dotted with waterfalls. Under the cover of lush rainforest, you’ll follow a trail to several waterfalls ranging from 10 to 40 feet high. Your naturalist guide will show you the various fruits and plants that you will see along the way. They will also explain their cultural and uses. If you don’t have your own vehicle on Maui, this waterfall and hiking tour offers pick-up and drop-off from the island’s major resorts, such as Wailea and Kapalua, among others. Follow part of the Road to Hana to a valley in East Maui where you’ll then hit the trails. This tour involves only a 2.5-mile (4-km) hike, which should be suitable for any reasonably healthy person.
The excursion ranges from an easy half-day walk to a moderate full-day walk. The hike starts at 500 feet elevation and climbs past groves o guava, koa and eucalyptus. As we ascend, we will see mountain-apple and bamboo, as well as endemic Hawaiian vegetation. We’ll also pass waterfalls that reach 60 feet in height. Be sure to bring a bathing suit and towel for a swim in one of the four or five cool, clear waterfall pools we’ll encounter along the trail. A guided tour of the most beautiful areas of Maui is one of the best and easiest ways to ensure you are spending your time wisely.
You will be provided with reusable, eco-friendly water bottles and some complimentary Go-Pro photos at end of tour. We take them on adventures that motivate, inspire, and invigorate, such as cliff jumping or showering in waterfalls. We photograph every part of their journey with us and give them memories that will last a lifetime. Half-day adventure through rain forests, waterfalls and lush Maui landscapes. Alongside a private guide, drive along the iconic Road to Hana and stop at several points of interest. Green sea turtles can be seen at Ho’okipa Beach Park, Maui’s top surfing spot; enjoy the coast views at Waikamoi Valley and Wailua Valley parks; or visit a small Hawaiian village at Ke’anae Point.
Ascend to the center of a large valley that plunges deep into West Maui Mountains’ windward face. Flumes, fed by the mountain’s lei cloud, run along the valley’s tableland, center spur, and continue to the sea. Above the trail, canyon walls soar several thousand feet; waterfalls spill over them in long, glistening ribbons, carving natural amphitheatres over tens of thousands of years.
This is the most popular hike, which takes place in a unique valley with a variety of waterfalls ranging in height from 10 to 40 feet on two different streams. There are large, clear swimming holes under each of the falls. Adding to your adventure, there are several spots where you can jump safely from rock ledges into the waterfall pools below, which makes a fantastic photo opportunity. Learn more about Maui’s wonders by the naturalist guides and end the hike with a natural shower under a Hawaiian waterfall. The largest of these falls has ferns that hang down from a huge overhanging ledge, and you can walk completely behind the falls! You can hike on public trails, or on private trails with private access.
It’s a great way for the island to be surrounded by nature. Hiking into the forest to view the water cascading down through the trees is a great way. You can find most tours departing from Kahukui and Paia. It’s worth looking into this before you book. Hana offers some of the most beautiful and spiritual sites. This full-day tour will take you to waterfalls, cliffs and tidepools.
This personalized tour, unlike group tours that spend more time driving around, is more focused on the adventure along the way. Families, seniors, and couples will find this excursion ideal. Your flexible guide allows you to set the pace, rather than being forced to follow other tourists. In this section, you can get a hiker’s view of the trails through our many photos plus loads of first-hand trail information and tips – trust us, we have the well-worn hiking boots to prove it! Ultimately, whether you choose to strike out on your own or take a guided hiking tour, the Valley Isle’s trails are full of adventure.
Maui hiking guides are a unique blend of naturalists, historians, botanists, and storytellers all wrapped up in one person. Because of the beautiful nature and rain forest on Maui, hiking tours to this island are very popular. There are so many places to explore in Hawaii. You can hike in Hana and Waihee–Waiehu as well as Kapalau, LaPerouse (LaPerouse), Makawao, Haleakala. It’s possible to walk through a bamboo forest and walk to Iao Valley, or see the ocean coast from Waiehu Ridge.