7 to 7 Hana Tour

The road to Hāna is a gorgeous, winding
coastal road with breathtaking valleys, lush
rain forests and spectacular waterfalls. This is one of the most comprehensive Hana Land Tours, picking you up at 7am and ending the day around 7pm with up to 20 beautiful sites, waterfalls, beaches and more!

The first town is Paia, with its wide variety of ethnic
crafts, art, clothing, jewelry, and antique
shops.

Just a few minutes east, is the world famous
Ho`okipa Beach Park. This breath-taking
white sand beach boasts perfect wind-surfing
conditions and wind surfers from around the
globe travel here. Next, is Twin Falls, where you can take a short
hike a tropical waterfalls or just refresh yourself
with a sugar cane juice and enjoy the lush
landscape. Back on the road, you may
see banana patches, sugar cane blowing in
the wind, and forests of guava, avocados,
papaya, palm, and Kukui nut trees.

Keanae, located on a peninsula which is an old lava flow, it
is graced by Keanae Congregational Church,
built in 1860 of lava rocks and coral mortar.
Don’t miss an opportunity to feast on the
best banana bread in the Hawaiian islands
and possibly catch a view of the honu,
Hawaiian sea turtles. Then you’ll have a stop at the
Keanae lookout that will take your breath away.

Experience a gorgeous
black sand beach at Waianapanapa State
Park.

Quaint Hāna Town! Hasegawa General Store,
Hamoa Beach is a long strand of
soft grey sand tucked between lava rock
outcroppings, Koki Beach overlook, see Ka Iwi o Pele cone,
red sand beach in all of Hawaii,O`heo Gulch, or
“The Seven Sacred Pools”, is located
in the Kipahulu area of Haleakala National Park, the Charles A. Lindbergh gravesite.

Driving through the Kaupo district, with its
rugged coastline, desert-like landscape, and
unpaved roads you will think you are in the
latest Indiana Jones adventure!

Lastly, stop at Maui’s only winery, Tedeschi
Vineyards, to learn about the different wines
and indulge in some of their unique wine
flavors in the tasting room. While here, cross
the street to visit and shop at the Ulupalakua
Ranch Store to explore the old days of the
Paniolo (Hawaiian Cowboy).

*All stops time and weather permitting

Let Mahalo Tours and Transportation show
you the beauty of our island, the wealth of
our culture, and the warmth of our Aloha.

Let the journey begin!
$155 per person