Maui Daytime Bike Tour
Cruise Down The Slopes Of Haleakala
If the sunrise tour is a bit too early for you, then the daytime tour which departs Paia at 7:30 should be the perfect fit. This is an incredibly fun and rewarding way to see Maui and will likely be one of the highlights of your trip. Over the course of the 26-mile downhill ride, you will be treated to incredible views of the island. This tour is also guided, so the shuttle van will be following behind all the riders at a safe distance throughout the tour. If you are ready to experience the wind in your face as you cruise down Maui’s tallest peak then book a tour with us today!
Transportation from the Hailiimaile baseyard included
Enjoy incredible views from the entrance of Haleakala National Park
Bikes and all necessary gear are included
Ride 26 miles downhill to Paia
Experience the diverse landscape found on Haleakala’s slopes
Bike through both Kula and Makawao
Light snacks and refreshments provided
After completing the 26-mile journey, you’ll feel incredibly accomplished
Check-in begins at 7:30 in Haliimaile so be sure to arrive on time so you can receive instructions on how to use all the equipment safely and have the best possible experience! The bike tour begins with free juice and snacks at the Hailiimaile baseyard before being transported via shuttle to the entrance of Haleakala National Park. Your guide will give you an in-depth history of the park, as well as details on the unusual flora and fauna that exist only on Maui. After being expertly fitted to your bicycle, you’ll start your 26-mile journey down the slopes of Haleakala. You’ll continue through the switchbacks of Haleakala Ranch, before making your way through the Upcountry towns of Kula and Makawao. The tour concludes in the North Shore town of Paia where riders can purchase lunch or snacks before being transported back up to Hailiimaile.
|AdultsAges 12 and older||$109.00|
Daily departures are available at 7:30am
Any request for a refund prior to 72 hours is honored with a full cash refund. No refunds issued for any tours within the 72 hour period, prior to the start of your tour.
Maui is best known for its incredible beaches and stunning jungle scenery, but the island is also home to Haleakala, a dormant volcano that towers over the island. Standing At 10,023 feet above sea level, this dormant shield volcano is the stage for a breathtaking range of landscapes. The Hawaiian name Haleakala means “house of the sun” and it is derived from the legend that Maui, a demigod, lassoed the sun from its course across the sky while standing on the volcano’s peak, delaying it long enough to make daylight last.
Upcountry is a term used to describe the rolling green fields, small towns, and dense forests that occupy the slopes of Haleakala. The Upcountry region of Maui is also home to the paniolo, or Hawaiian cowboys. In the 19th century, King Kamehameha III invited vaqueros from California to teach Hawaiians how to herd cattle, thus establishing a ranching culture. A journey through Upcountry, which is a world apart from the coconut palms of Kaanapali and Kapalua, will bring you closer to Maui’s heartland.
Paia is a small and incredibly charming town located on the North Shore of Maui. It is most well known now for its restaurants, art galleries, and shops. Paia was originally a sugar plantation town, but it has since become a popular tourist destination and surf spot. The bike tour will conclude here, giving riders the perfect opportunity to grab lunch or a sweet treat at one of the numerous locally owned small businesses.