Day 1 Depart from Honolulu, Oahu to Maui, Hawaii.
TBA Pick you from your Waikiki Hotel to HNL Airport for your 35 minute flight from Honolulu to Maui.
TBA Arrival, secure luggage, board your bus to your hotel.
TBA Relax at the pool, stroll along Kaanapali Beach or take the Kaanapali Trolley to Whalers Village Shopping Center or Lahaina Town for shops and restaurants.
Day 2 Spectacular Haleakala Crater Sunrise Tour
2:00 AM Not an error pick up at 2am as we make our way up to the summit at Haleakala Maui’s dormant volcano. Dress warmly temperature can get as low as around 20 degrees fahrenheit, but the sun rising from 10,000 ft. above sea level will soon warm you up. Read more about Haleakala Crater and how Maui was formed on link below
- 38-mile drive ascent to the 10,023 foot summit of Haleakala, Maui’s dormant volcano.
- Haleakala National Park https://www.nps.gov/hale/index.htm
- Experience a dawn of a new day 10,023 feet above sea level
- In clear weather, view the Big Island of Hawaii from Maui
- Witness a kaleidoscope of changing colors from Haleakala
- See magnificent silversword plant, found nowhere else in the world
- One hour stop at “House of the Sun” visitors center
- Includes breakfast after descending Haleakala
11:30 AM Return to your hotel
Enjoy the day relaxing at the beach, pool, shopping or catch up on your sleep.
Day 3 Breakfast and Optional Tour
8:00 AM Breakfast.
Day 4 Snorkel Tour to Island of Lanai
6:00 a.m. Depart to Lahaina Harbor for your Snorkel tour to the Island of Lanai. Lanai is known as the pineapple island, formerly owned by Dole and purchase in 2012 for 500 million dollars by the Larry Ellison, owner of Oracle.
Board your double deck catamaran as you depart to two snorkel sites on the Island of Lanai. Have your camera ready as is common Hawaii spinner dolphins will accompany your catamaran part way to Lanai. All snorkel gear included, bring swim wear, sun block, towel, camera and get ready to take the water slide into the Pacific Ocean.
1:30 p.m. Return to hotel, relax at your hotel or lounge at pool side or swim at the beach.
Day 5 Breakfast and Departure Day
TBA Breakfast provided.
Enjoy your last full day on the Maui.
The Royal Lahaina Luau – Myths of Maui – is Maui’s longest running Hawaiian luau. Conveniently located right on Ka’anapali Beach at the Royal Lahaina Resort, this is a Maui luau that’s just too good to be missed! Experience a traditional Hawaiian luau right on Ka’anapali Beach! Held oceanfront, the Royal Lahaina Luau invites you to join their ohana (family) for an evening of celebrating Polynesian culture. Enjoy authentic island cuisine, cultural presentations and live entertainment.
The Royal Lahaina Luau includes all what makes a Hawaiian luau special: an Aloha Shell Lei greeting, welcome Mai Tai, Open Bar (Standard Cocktails, Beer, Wine, Soft Drinks, Fruit Punch, and Hot Coffee & Tea), All-You-Care-to-Eat Luau Buffet Dinner and an exciting Polynesian Show!
$120 Adults 13 years or older
$65 Children Ages 6-12 (5 and under free)
Maui Helicopter Tours
Helicopter Tours depart from Kahului Maui Airport you will need to rent a car to drive to airport for helicopter tour
Tour 1: West Maui and Island of Molokai – 50 minute tour
Explore deep, meandering valleys set in the rainforest of the ancient West Maui Mountains. Knife-edged ridges with mist-shrouded peaks separate the spectacular valleys. Waterfalls cascade down from towering cliffs into the streams running along the rainforest floor. See the famous Iao valley and learn about the history and culture of the sights from your pilot, who is also a State of Hawaii Certified Tour Guide. Cross the Pailolo channel to the “Friendly Isle.” Molokai has the world’s highest, most spectacular sea cliffs, Hawaii’s tallest waterfall, remote valleys and the famous Kalaupapa peninsula. Tour routes and sights visited may vary according to wind and weather conditions.
$275 Per Person
Tour 2: Hana/Haleakala – 50 minute tour
A wonderful exploration of the most popular points of interest on the island including Haleakala National Park and Haleakala Crater, Manawainui, Oheo Gulch (Seven Pools), Hana town and the Hana Rainforest Preserve, the largest rainforest in the United States. See hundreds of beautiful waterfalls, Keanae valley and the rugged shoreline of East Maui.
$275 Per Person