Famous Road to Hana Waterfalls and Lunch by Mercedes Van

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Kahului, US
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Kahului, US
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Experience the stunning beauty of the Road to Hana in a luxurious Mercedes van designed for comfort and style. With a maximum of 14 people, you'll enjoy a personalized and intimate tour guided by knowledgeable chauffeurs who will share fascinating stories about Hawaiian culture and history. Immerse yourself in nature as you swim in waterfalls, stroll along unique sand beaches, and relax at the famous black sand beach at Wainapanapa State Park. Indulge in a delicious lunch at a carefully selected spot, and if time allows, stop by fruit stands to buy fresh produce. You'll be amazed as you journey through 617 curves and 56 one-lane bridges, transported back in time to experience the moments and legends that shaped the islands. Food, beverages, and pickups at most hotels and resorts are included, ensuring a stress-free and unforgettable adventure. Book now and discover the magic of the Road to Hana.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • Admission Included
  • 9 hours - 10 hours
  • Suitable for 1-14 Participants
  • Private Tour, Small Group Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Swimming at beautiful waterfalls
  • Visiting the windsurfing capital of the world
  • Exploring the largest known accessible lava tube on Maui
  • Enjoying the picturesque Wainapanapa State Park with its black sand beach
  • Lunch
  • Driver/guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off (if option selected)
  • Live commentary on board
  • No pickups in napili-honokowai, kahana, kapalua. you must meet us at lahaina cannery mall at 6:00am
  • No special diet available (raw, vegan, food allergies). you must bring your own food.
  • Driver's gratuity (15-20% of ticket price recommended)
  • No pickups at makawao, kula, paia. you must meet us at kahului park n'ride at 6:40am

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The Famous Road to Hana Waterfalls & Lunch by Mercedes Van is the ultimate adventure for those seeking a magical experience in Maui. This luxury tour takes you on a breathtaking road trip along the Hana Highway, known as the longest coastal scenic route in the world. Hop aboard a spacious and air-conditioned Mercedes Benz Sprinter van, where you'll be treated like a VIP guest. Your knowledgeable chauffeur will guide and narrate the journey, sharing fascinating insights about Hawaiian culture, history, and legendary tales that shape the islands.

What to expect?

Prepare yourself for a day full of awe-inspiring beauty and natural wonders. Along the road to Hana, you'll marvel at 617 curves, cross 56 one-lane bridges, and journey through lush tropical rainforests. Swim at enchanting waterfalls, stroll along unique sand beaches, and experience the renowned black sand beach at the Wainapanapa State Park. Your adventure includes a delectable lunch at a handpicked spot, allowing you to indulge in the flavors of Hawaii. Don't forget to make a pit stop at the local fruit stands, offering fresh and delicious fruits and vegetables to satisfy your cravings.

Who is this for?

This incredible tour is perfect for anyone seeking a remarkable and immersive experience in Maui. Whether you're a solo traveler, a couple looking for a romantic escape, or a group of friends ready to make unforgettable memories, this tour welcomes all. Explorers who appreciate the beauty of nature, the rich history of Hawaii, and the tranquility of waterfalls will be captivated by this adventure. The Famous Road to Hana Waterfalls & Lunch by Mercedes Van caters to both first-time visitors and seasoned travelers, ensuring a rewarding and personalized journey for everyone.

Why book this?

Embarking on this tour is like stepping into a dream. With a maximum of 14 people on board, you'll experience the utmost luxury in a spacious and comfortable Mercedes Benz Sprinter van. Your chauffeur, a professional and highly knowledgeable guide, will take you on a journey through breathtaking landscapes, waterfalls, and historic sites. Feel like a VIP as you relax and let our team pamper you. Indulge in mouthwatering Hawaiian cuisine for lunch and have the opportunity to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables from local stands. This tour is a unique, once-in-a-lifetime experience that combines adventure, culture, and natural beauty, all bundled into one unforgettable day.

Good to know

The Famous Road to Hana Waterfalls & Lunch by Mercedes Van offers hotel and resort pickups, making it convenient for travelers. The total duration of the tour is between 540 to 600 minutes, ensuring a comprehensive exploration of the famous road. Be prepared for a journey involving various stops, including the historic town of Pāʻia, the windsurfing capital of the world at Ho'okipa Beach, and the picturesque Wai'anapanapa State Park with its stunning black sand beach. Don't forget to bring your swimwear and towels for refreshing dips in the waterfalls and pools along the way. Sit back, relax, and let the beauty of Maui unfold before your eyes.


Customers who have experienced the Famous Road to Hana Waterfalls & Lunch by Mercedes Van rave about its unforgettable moments. Travelers are in awe of the stunning scenery, the expert knowledge shared by their chauffeur, and the smooth and comfortable ride in the luxurious Mercedes van. Many praise the personalized service and attention to detail, which make them feel like esteemed guests. Visitors appreciate the opportunity to swim in pristine waterfalls, stroll along black sand beaches, and indulge in delicious Hawaiian cuisine. Overall, the reviews highlight the exceptional experience and the sense of wonder that comes with exploring the wonders of Maui's road to Hana.

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

Hana Highway - Road to Hana

The Hana Highway is a 64.4-mile-long (103.6 km) , longest, coastal scenic route in the world. To the east of Kalepa Bridge, the highway continues to Kipahulu as Hawaii Route 31 (the Piilani Highway). This tour covers 59 single lane bridges, over 640 turns and curves, through lush, tropical rainforest. Most of the concrete and steel bridges date back to 1910


(Pass by)

Just four miles into your drive to Hāna from Kahului, you'll discover the historic town of Pāʻia on Maui's north coast. Divided into Lower Pāʻia and Pāʻia, this hospitable community was once a booming plantation town during the heyday of Maui's sugar cane industry. Today Pāʻia is a town of colorful, rustic storefronts filled with local art galleries, one-of-a-kind shopping boutiques and restaurants.

Ho'okipa Beach Park

Ho'okipa Beach is considered the windsurfing capital of the world, you can enjoy watching wind surfers, kite boarders and surfers challenge the oceans waves and shoreline winds. This is also the Threatened Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle capital of Maui, with 200-pound turtles feeding along the shoreline and basking on the beach all day long.

Twin Falls Maui

(Pass by)

Twin Falls is the first easily accessible string of waterfalls and pools on the Road to Hana

Haipua'ena Falls

(Pass by)

Haipua'ena Falls is a small waterfall and pool along Maui's popular Road to Hana. Thanks to the unsigned trail and short hike over an often muddy path, the pool receives far less visitor traffic than the well-signed falls along the route.

Ke‘anae Point

Small Hawaiian villages doing their best to live like the Hawaiians of old. Hunting pigs and growing taro, bread fruit, and Bananas are all big parts of everyday life in this small community. It’s also the site of the famous Half Way to Hana Snack stand; shave ice, fresh coconut, cold drinks and of course the Original Fresh Baked Banana Bread. The Keanae overlook and peninsula offer views of one of the largest taro farms in Hawaii.

Aunty Sandy's Banana Bread

In 1983, Aunty Sandy Hueu began to bake her famous banana bread in Keʻanae, Maui. In 2003, her daughter Tammy joined the business to create an authentic family owned and operated food stand on the Keʻanae peninsula. Since then, Aunty Sandy's has become a must stop destination for hot, fresh baked banana bread.

Ching's Pond

(Pass by)

Very photogenic spot to get photographed doing something life threatening.

Upper Waikani Falls

(Pass by)

Upper Waikani Falls is often referred to as Three Bears, thanks to the three separate but parallel falls of differing lengths—with the third and smallest being the “baby bear” falls on the right.

Wailua Falls

(Pass by)

Wailua Falls is a picturesque, yet very easily accessible waterfall visible from The Hana Highway. You don't even need to get out of your car to see it!

Hana Lava Tubes

(Pass by)

Lava tubes are formed when massive flows cool on the surface forming an insulating conduit for the lava flowing underneath. During the creation of Maui’s volcanic landscape these served like the veins of the volcano, channeling lava for many miles underground before being deposited as new landmass (in this case, into the ocean.) After a volcano has been dormant for some time, these tubes usually begin to cave in and disappear under the forces of nature. Since much of the surface of Maui formed long ago, we have few lava tubes of significant size remaining; Ka’eleku Cave is the largest known accessible lava tube on Maui.

Hana Bay

(Pass by)

ocated within Hana Bay is Hana Beach Park, which has a long black-sand beach and is the safest swimming beach along the East Maui coast. The bay is protected by a coral reef and harbored from big swells by its curved shape.

Wai'anapanapa State Park

Wainapanapa is Maui’s famous Black Sand Beach. Cobalt blue Ocean surrounded by black sand and black lava rocks from a recent flow only 10,000 years ago. Go for a walk along the edge of the bay and check out the blue water or just sit under a nice shade tree. This location is a great place to spend an hour relaxing, taking in one of the islands most beautiful locales. Simply stated, Wai’anapanapa State Park is among the very best of the Road to Hana sites. It offers outstanding nearly 360-degree sweeping panoramic views. On land, the hills and valleys of green jungle give way to rugged and dramatic black basalt lava coastline. Out to sea, the deep blue ocean and white cresting waves are dramatically blasted into spray and mist as they pound against the jagged cliffs.

Admission Included

Pua'a Ka'a State Park

It is fairly easy to access the waterfall from here. Some people like to take a dip in the chilly waters by the waterfall and on a hot day. Wear swim suit layered and bring change of clothes. Don't forget the towels.

Upper Waikani Falls

(Pass by)

Located just beyond Mile Marker 19 on the mauka—or mountain side—of Hana Highway, Upper Waikani Falls is often referred to as Three Bears, thanks to the three separate but parallel falls of differing lengths—with the third and smallest being the “baby bear” falls on the right.

Wailua Valley State Wayside Park

Wailua Valley is an ahupuaʼa that sits just after the Keanae peninsula on the road to Hana. The area, though small, is rich in Hawaiian culture. It is here that an abundance of rare culturally significant fish and plant life can still be found. The area holds many ancient taro, or kalo, patches; a number of which are still in operation. In Hawaiian legend, taro is literally the older brother of all Hawaiians. And, so “Mahiʼaiʼana”, or cultivation of the land, is an ingrained principle that has endured for the people of Wailuanui.

Keanae Lookout

(Pass by)

The beautiful view from this lookout point really gives you a sense of what ancient Hawaii must have looked and felt like. It’s truly as though you received a glimpse back in time at untouched Maui.


Right beyond Kaumahina State Wayside Park you'll find a pullout that gives a good view of Honomanu Bay. From this vantage point you can get another good look at the Ke'anae Peninsula. The views from Kaumahina Wayside park are superior to this pullout, so if you can, be sure to stop at the Wayside Park instead.

Kaumahina State Wayside Park

(Pass by)

Kaumahina State Wayside Park or Kaumahina State Park, is located in Maui County, Hawaii, 28.3 miles East of Kahului and 22.4 miles West of Hana along the Hana Highway. The park consists of 7.8 acres of forest and exotic plants



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The Road to Hana Tour, we had a great time. Quinn was very knowledgeable with a great sense of humor. He was also a safe driver with the Aloha spirit.


Fantastic views visiting all the right spots. Our guide Quinn couldn’t have been better. Great driving and narrating the experience. Incredibly knowledgeable answering all of our questions (even the ones from left field)!


Great driver “Roger”. Super nice and informative. I’m glad he drove because of the narrow roads and bridges. It’s really not that bad of a drive but what makes this tour great, is you can enjoy the scenery instead of focusing on the road


My whole family really enjoyed this tour. The views were extremely beautiful. Our tour guide, Quinn, was absolutely great! He was extremely kind and knowledgeable. He kept us entertained throughout the whole trip. I definitely recommend paying for this instead of driving it yourself. It's much more enjoyable and stress-free. Thank you, Quinn!


The waterfall stop was a lot of fun. Our driver was knowledgeable and provided information to the group in a fun manner. The van was filled to capacity which made it a little difficult to see the sights from either side. Our group had to take an Uber to a pick up spot although we booked to be picked up at our hotel. Overall it was a good experience.


Our tour guide , Roger , was amazing. Always supplying us with water and chips. Lunch was sandwiches and fresh pineapple. Yummy. He was Very informative. Made the road seem less winding. Aunty Sandy’s banana bread was the best on the island. Amazing. Wish we had more time at a few of the stops. And we didn’t stop in Hana or any where you could “shop”. So if looking for the “I survived the road to Hana shirts “ you won’t get one. Buuut…the waterfall is lovely. The black sand beach was amazing (there is a tiny cave to the right then you go down the stairs that I wish we knew about before we headed back upstairs). The rainbow eucalyptus were beautiful. And seeing the titles on the beach was nice! I recommend the trip and Roger !!


Quinn was a great guide! I especially loved the story about Captain Cook. Awesome trip and we would recommend to anyone!


I don't normally write reviews but Quinn was seriously the best tour guide I could've asked for! Super knowledgeable on our road to Hana I was thinking "how does this man remember all this information?" super up beat and positive attitude! He also might have unknowingly helped me find my future wife who works at the Jaws store he stopped at. Even though she probably doesn't even remember me (Blonde girl from Utah get at me). But for real Quinn was great, he even took us down a road near our hotel to tell us about local eateries and stuff so now I know where to go later! If I ever come back to Maui he's the tour guide I'm going with


Amazing experience! Visiting the rain forests was awesome. The highlight of the trip was swimming in the waterfall! Quinn was also a great tour guide! Provided us with a lot of information about Maui! I highly recommend taking on this trip during your vacation! An unforgettable experience! Thank you Quinn!


My family were the first and last to be dropped off and our driver Quinn was very accommodating. He was very informative and friendly. Communication was also really good when it came to drop off and pick up times. Driving back to our hotel, he gave us recommendations for food and other activities we can do during our stay.
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