• Duration: 1 hour
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Explore Pā'ia is a census-designated place in Maui County, Hawaii, United States, on the northern coast of the island of Maui. The population was 2,668 at the 2010 census. Pā'ia is home to several restaurants, art galleries, surf shops, and other tourist-oriented businesses.

Wherever you begin the day, you'll drive through Kahului and officially being your journey from there, cruising along the Hana Highway through Paʻia and past Hoʻokipia. From there, you'll arrive at the official Mile Marker Zero location for the route, and then it's 35 miles to the town of Hana.

Then, Enter the Rainbow Eucalyptus. ... The tree in the photo is called the Eucalyptus Deglupta. It is also known as the Mindanao Gum, Rainbow Gum, or Rainbow Eucalyptus and its array of colors is a natural phenomenon.

Along the way, Twin Falls is the first easily accessible string of waterfalls and pools on the Road to Hana. It also has one of the better snack stands on the journey. Twin falls is typically underrated by guidebooks, and is a worthy stop.

Don’t miss the Waikamoi Ridge Trail, an often unnoticed attraction on the Pacific's most fabled road climbs towards the sky just past mile marker 9 between Twin Falls.

And, of course, visit the so-called Ching’s pond. What to say about Ching’s pond? Bluntly – while Ching’s is nice, it isn’t spectacular – and unless you live here, you probably don’t have time for the less than spectacular – especially if you’re doing the Road to Hana in a day.

Along the way, Waterfront park with a black sand beach, picnic tables, BBQ grills & restrooms. Oceanfront park known for its dark sand & powerful waves features grassy picnic areas & broad views. Wailua Falls is a waterfall on the island of Kauai, part of the US state of Hawaii. The 173-foot falls are located on the South Fork Wailua River near Lihue. The waterfall is prominently featured in the opening credits of the television series Fantasy Island. The Pipiwai Trail-- with its stunning waterfalls, huge bamboo forest, idyllic stream, and more beautiful than you can imagine- is simply one of the best hikes on Maui.

Finally, we’ll end the tour at Kipahulu Visitor Center, which is located near the end of Hana Highway on the eastern shore of Maui.

What's included

• Self-guided tour taken via the Action Tour Guide app

• Unique password (sent by email) for access to Action Tour Guide app

• Live GPS map on your phone

• Audio narration

• Written text explanations

• Route from stop to stop

• List of stops along route

What's excluded

• Food or drinks

• Transportation

• Parking

• Entry to paid attractions

• Vehicle rentals

Important information

Within 30 minutes, you’ll get an email from Action Tour Guide with two things: a unique password and a link to the Action Tour Guide app. Download the app, enter the password and download the tour. If you don’t get the email within 30 minutes, please check your spam folder.

When you arrive, go to the Safeway Fuel to start the tour. Stick to the tour route and speed limit for an optimal experience.

This isn't an entrance ticket. Please check COVID rules and opening hours before your visit.

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  • Cancellation fee of 0% if cancelled




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