Pass through Mauiʻs Agricultural Basin - a relic of our bygone plantation era and an emerging variety of sustainability crops
Drive through Paʻia, a charming and eclectic bohemian town
Cruise by the North Shore to witness surfers and waves
Marvel at dense Bamboo thickets, Rainbow Eucalyptus trees and a great variety of other tropical flora & fauna
Stop at Kaumahina Wayside Lookout for an impressive view of the cliffs & coast
View a couple waterfalls and a great variety of streams, creeks and brooks
Visit the Ke'anae Peninsula - an isolated native Hawaiian settlement where we can appreciate the old way of life
Safely explore coastal tide pools - a nursery to our young marine life
Enjoy local sweets & treats at Aunty Sandy's Banana Bread Stand
Swim behind a waterfall at Puaʻa Kaʻa State Park! (swimming is optional)
Observe the depth of the majestic Wailua Valley
Be witness to a dramatic, scenic coastal drive featuring bays, bluffs & cliffs along the way
The best waterfalls that the road has to offer (swimming optional)
Explore Wai'anapanapa State Park
Touch a real black sand beach! (swimming optional)
Take a walk to a blowhole amongst a rugged coastline
Enter a sea cave that exits at the Pacific Ocean
Visit Nahiku Marketplace - a mini-village of tropical delights and a local artesian gallery
Taste local, seasonal, exotic fruit at the Ono Farms Produce Stand
Arrive at Hāna town! The seat of power for all of Maui in the 15th Century and was once favored by Ali'i (Hawaiian royalty)
Stop at Coconut Glen's to enjoy culinary treats of ice cream and candy
Come full circle around the entire base of the volcano! No turning around and heading back in this complete version of the road.
Hug the inside lane of a narrow and rugged pathway beyond Hāna town.
Experience the dripping forests of Kipahulu.
Visit the grave of famed Charles Lindbergh
Appreciate the architecture of a 19th century church built from limestone & coral
Sip locally grown coffee at organic Laulima Farms
Journey into Maui's hidden side of young lava fields
Enjoy expansive viewpoints of the southern part of the volcano
Notice & appreciate the stark contrast between the dry (southern) and wet (northern) parts of Haleakala.
Take the high road to get a panoramic view of Maui's coastline and outer lying islands
Marvel at the setting sun with a bird's eye view.
Relax & reflect as we cruise back to our original starting point.