West Maui Mountains & Historic Lahina - a Private Jeep Tour

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Maui, US
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Maui, US
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Experience the hidden beauty of Maui's west side with the West Maui Mountains & Historic Lahaina Private Jeep Tour. This adventure takes you off the beaten path to secluded locations that are inaccessible to large buses and other vehicles. Explore the remote upper side of Maui, including the historic town of Lahaina, once the capital of the Kingdom of Hawaii. Take in the rich culture, history, and stunning natural landscapes as you drive through the rough dirt roads in our convertible Jeeps. Discover hidden gems like Punalau Beach and the Olowalu Petroglyphs, where you can see ancient chiseled images by ancient Hawaiians. With a customizable itinerary, you can spend more time at the stops that interest you the most. Don't miss out on this exclusive tour and book your adventure in paradise now.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • Admission Included
  • 6 hours - 8 hours
  • Suitable for 1-8 Participants
  • Private Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Customizable stops and flexible itinerary
  • Visit the ancient Olowalu Petroglyphs
  • Experience the quaint town of Makawao
  • Snorkel and surf at Honolua Bay
  • Explore the stunning ʻĪao Valley State Park
  • Private transportation
  • Bottled water
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • All fees and taxes

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The West Maui Mountains & Historic Lahaina is an unforgettable private jeep tour that takes you on a thrilling adventure through the remote upper west side of Maui. This tour is perfect for those who have already experienced the famous Road to Hana and are looking for something a little different. With expert guides who are capable drivers, you can sit back and relax as you explore the rugged beauty of this lesser-known area of the island.

What to expect?

During this tour, you can expect to see and experience some exclusive locations that are inaccessible by large buses and other vehicles. From hidden beaches to historic towns, the West Maui Mountains & Historic Lahaina tour offers a variety of stops that showcase the rich culture, history, and natural beauty of Maui. You will have the freedom to customize your itinerary, deciding how long you want to stay at each stop and which ones you want to prioritize.

Who is this for?

This tour is designed for anyone who wants to explore the off-the-beaten-path side of Maui. It is a great option for those staying in Ka'anapali or Lahaina Town and have already experienced the Road to Hana. Whether you are a history lover, nature enthusiast, or simply seeking new adventures, the West Maui Mountains & Historic Lahaina will cater to your interests. This tour allows you to get up close and personal with the hidden gems of Maui, giving you a unique and immersive experience.

Why book this?

What sets the West Maui Mountains & Historic Lahaina tour apart is the opportunity to visit exclusive locations that are inaccessible to larger vehicles. With a private, guided Jeep tour, you can explore the rugged landscapes and cultural spots that are off the beaten path. From the remote Punalau Beach to the historic town of Lahaina, this tour offers a perfect blend of natural beauty and cultural richness. Let the expert guides take you on an adventure filled with hidden treasures and captivating stories.

Good to know

This tour has a duration of 360 to 480 minutes, giving you ample time to fully immerse yourself in the beauty and history of the West Maui Mountains & Historic Lahaina. All stops on the tour are customizable, allowing you to tailor the itinerary to your preferences. From snorkeling at Honolua Bay to exploring the iconic ʻĪao Valley State Park, this tour promises a diverse range of experiences. Make sure to bring comfortable walking shoes, a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen for a comfortable and enjoyable adventure.


Individuals who have taken the West Maui Mountains & Historic Lahaina tour have raved about the unique experiences it offers. They have praised the expert guides for their knowledge and storytelling abilities, making the tour informative and engaging. The opportunity to explore exclusive locations and immerse oneself in the history and culture of Maui has left customers satisfied and fulfilled. Many have also appreciated the customizable nature of the tour, allowing them to personalize their experience. Overall, the reviews highlight the West Maui Mountains & Historic Lahaina tour as a must-do for those who want to discover the hidden side of Maui.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

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  • At least one adult or senior required per booking

Your Itinerary


All stops on this tour are completely customizable, and transportation time between stops is included in the total tour time. You can decide if you would like to stay longer at some stops and skip others, the itinerary is totally up to you!

Olowalu Petroglyphs

Also known as Pu'u Kilea in the Hawaiian language, the Olowalu Petroglyphs are located along a basalt cliff in West Maui. About 100 ancient images have been chiseled into the rock here by ancient Hawaiians. You'll be able to see human and animal figures, as well as sails.


Makawao is an old, Upcountry, Paniolo town. A Paniolo is a Hawaiian Cowboy. While most visitors had no idea there was such a thing as a Hawaiian Cowboy, they’ve actually been around these-here-parts since the 1800’s.

Honolua Bay

Honolua means “two harbors” in Hawaiian, and this bay was historically used by Honolua Ranch to receive supplies and ship products. The primary draw here today is snorkeling and surfing; you’re always guaranteed to see lots of fish, turtles and coral as long as you’re willing to swim out a bit from the beach.

Iao Valley State Monument

Towering emerald peaks guard the lush valley floor of ʻĪao Valley State Park. Located in Central Maui just west of Wailuku, this peaceful 4,000-acre, 10-mile long park is home to one of Maui's most recognizable landmarks, the 1,200-foot ʻĪao Needle. This iconic green-mantled rock outcropping overlooks ʻĪao stream and is an ideal attraction for easy hiking and sightseeing.

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Lahaina Front Street

The second most visited spot in Maui, Lahaina is compact and crowded. It is also the only full-featured, walkable “down-town” you’ll find on Maui.

Punalau Beach

Punalau Beach is a rugged sand beach, the last sandy beach for quite a while, in fact. This isn’t the best place to lay out or go for a swim, but it is a spectacular place to take a quiet and secluded walk. When the surf is up in the winter months it may become crowded as surfers use this beach to access the popular “Windmills” surf break offshore.


Kahakuloa is a small isolated village nestled along the shoreline. Called the most isolated village on Maui, most of the folks who live here work here, too. The old and simple missionary founded church (1892) is the subject of many paintings and photographs because it is idyllically situated against both mountain and ocean backdrops.

Lipoa Point

A great vantage point for Honolua Bay, with dirt road and trail access to the shoreline for the explorer. There are many rough paths leading down to the shoreline tidepools, caves, surfing and snorkeling access. 106 acres of the point’s headlands are in conservation. This area was an ancient Hawaiian fishing ground and the headlands contain many archeological sites that have not yet been preserved, marked or maintained.

Makaluapuna Point

As the lava from the West Maui Volcano poured into the ocean, fierce wind and waves forced it back and it cooled into a formation that resembles great black teeth. Makaluapuna Point, as it's also called, was created from one of the last lava flows on Maui. However, the lava is a little different from the rest of the lava on Maui, as it is much lighter, denser, and fine-grained.

Maui Tropical Plantation

Set amid 500 acres (202 hectares) of farmland in Waikapu Valley, Maui Tropical Plantation is a working plantation and agricultural theme park where more than 40 different crops and native plants are grown and harvested. Located on the grounds of a former sugarcane plantation, the park offers a glimpse into Maui’s agricultural past.

Karen Lei's Gallery

Karen Lei’s Gallery isn’t in a trendy strip mall or even easy to get to, but it’s well worth the drive. Her gallery is perched high above the village of Kahakuloa with Elephant Rock as the backdrop. Getting there may be time-consuming, but the views are stunning.

Nakalele Blowhole

This blowhole is large enough to accommodate a manhole cover and is powerful enough to easily blast it high in the air – especially during high surf and tides. (tide forecast) Some jets can approach 50+ feet and if you’re close enough you can feel the ground tremble beneath your feet as water is blasted skywards.

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