Maui "Reverse" Road To Hana Audio Driving Tour

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Experience the ultimate adventure in Maui with the Maui "Reverse" Road To Hana Audio Driving Tour. This thrilling tour takes you on a journey to the rarely explored back side of Hana, where you'll discover waterfalls, hikes, and scenic viewpoints. What sets the "Reverse" Tour apart is that you'll visit the most popular spots first, giving you a unique and exciting perspective of the Road to Hana. With the Shaka Guide app, you'll have turn-by-turn GPS directions to the best spots along Hana Highway, and the freedom to explore at your own pace. No data needed, reliable GPS directions, and interesting stories and Hawaiian music make this the #1-rated travel app for Maui. Don't miss out on this unforgettable adventure that offers you the flexibility and freedom to stop and go as you please. Book your Maui "Reverse" Road To Hana Audio Driving Tour now and embark on an incredible journey through paradise.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • Admission Not Included
  • 10 hours - 12 hours
  • Suitable for 1-15 Participants
  • Private Tour
  • & Audio GuidedSelf Guided Experience
  • Take the tour when you want
  • Tours never expire
  • Freedom to explore at your own pace
  • Tour start is customizable
  • Offline map (no wifi or data needed)
  • Tour highlights with activity and restaurant recommendations
  • Turn-by-turn directions using gps
  • Hours of audio narration with stories, travel tips and music
  • Audio narration that plays automatically as you drive
  • Parking fees
  • Attraction entrance fees
  • Meals
  • Car rental
  • Crowded tour bus

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Experience the ultimate adventure in Maui with the Maui "Reverse" Road to Hana Audio Driving Tour. This one-of-a-kind tour takes you on a thrilling journey through the rarely explored backside of Hana, allowing you to discover hidden waterfalls, breathtaking hiking trails, and breathtaking scenic viewpoints.

What to expect?

Embark on a 10-12 hour adventure that will take you along the stunning Hana Highway, allowing you to explore at your own pace. With this tour, you can expect turn-by-turn GPS directions to the best spots along the way, giving you the freedom to visit the attractions that interest you the most. Take in the beauty of the Kula Country Farms, Kula Botanical Garden, and the magnificent Alelele Falls. Immerse yourself in the wonders of nature as you hike through the Kaupo Trail and witness the stunning beauty of the Waioka Pond.

Who is this for?

The Maui "Reverse" Road to Hana Audio Driving Tour is designed for adventurers of all ages who seek an immersive and unique experience in Maui. Whether you're a nature lover, a hiking enthusiast, or simply looking to explore the hidden gems of the island, this tour is perfect for you. It's ideal for families, couples, and solo travelers who want to create lasting memories as they uncover the wonders of Hana.

Why book this?

Book this tour and let the Maui "Reverse" Road to Hana Audio Driving Tour be your guide to an unforgettable adventure. With the #1-rated travel app for Maui, you'll have access to reliable GPS directions, interesting stories, and enchanting Hawaiian music. Save time planning and let the experts do the work for you, ensuring that you don't miss out on any must-see attractions. This tour gives you the freedom to explore at your own pace, allowing you to truly make the most of your vacation.

Good to know

One of the best features of this tour is its flexibility. The audio tour is conveniently available offline, so you don't need to worry about data or internet connectivity. You can embark on this adventure whenever it suits you, as the tour never expires. Additionally, the tour is suitable for all types of vehicles, making it accessible for everyone. Whether you're driving a car, a convertible, or an SUV, you can enjoy this exciting journey. Remember to bring comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, and a camera to capture the breathtaking views along the way.


Travelers who have experienced the Maui "Reverse" Road to Hana Audio Driving Tour rave about the incredible beauty and excitement it offers. They appreciate the convenience of the audio tour, as it provides accurate GPS directions and interesting anecdotes about each stop. Many reviewers highlight the tour's flexibility, allowing them to customize their experience and spend as much time as they desire at each attraction. Travelers also love the fact that the tour works offline, making it hassle-free and eliminating the need for constant internet access. Overall, guests express high satisfaction with the tour, praising the stunning vistas, hidden gems, and unforgettable memories they were able to create along the way.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

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Your Itinerary

Kula Country Farms

Kula Country Farms

Admission Not Included


(Pass by)

A beautiful scenic lookout driving back from Hana towards Kula.

Kula Botanical Garden

(Pass by)

With eight rolling acres of exotic plants and flowers, the Kula Botanical Garden is a wonderful place to explore during your Maui vacation!

Manawainui Gulch

The Manawainui Gulch Trail is a short and easy 0.1 mile out-and-back walk to viewpoints along Maui's southern cliff sides where Haleakala's waters have carved out a deep chasm into the earth.

Kaupo Gap Trail

Kaupo Trail is a 12 mile out and back trail located near Kula, Hawaii that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and camping and is accessible year-round.

Admission Not Included

Alelele Falls

Alelele Falls is located in the Kipahulu region of Haleakala National Park. It is definitely a hidden gem.

Laulima Farm

The stand has a cute little set up surrounded by gardens, has amazing coffee, and amazing fruit juices. An awesome stop along the long winded drive.

Charles Lindbergh's Grave

When planning vacation activities, most people don't add “visiting a grave” to their to-do list. But Charles Lindbergh's grave in Maui, Hawaii, is an exception.

Venus Pool (Waioka Pond)

Waioka Pond, also commonly called the Venus Pool, is a beautiful swimming hole with the added bonus of having various rock ledges that are perfect for cliff jumping.

Pipiwai Trail

See a majestic banyan tree, stroll through a bamboo forest and arrive at a 400 ft waterfall.

Admission Not Included

Ohe'o Gulch

Ohe'o Gulch is one of the most popular stops along the Hana Highway. It is also known as "Seven Sacred Pools" and is a must-visit along this windy drive.

Admission Not Included

Wailua Falls

Located just past mile marker #45 on Honolewa Stream, we highly recommend a stop at Wailua Falls, known as Maui's 'most photographed waterfall'.

Hamoa Beach

Hamoa Beach is located near the little town on Hana on the east side of Maui. Hamoa Beach is consistently named as one of the top beaches on Maui.

Hasegawa's General Store

A nice place to stock up on food/snacks/drinks before heading back to Paia.

Red Sand Beach - Kaihalulu Beach

Red Sand Beach is a dramatic and beautiful hidden cove unlike any other. It is one of the most picturesque beaches on this entire drive.

Admission Not Included

Koki Beach

Koki Beach on Maui is located south of the small village of Hana. The dark reddish sand of the beach comes from the large red cinder hill, named Ka Iwi o Pele.

Admission Not Included

Wai'anapanapa State Park

Also known for the state park with Black Sand Beach, this place is a definite must-visit while tackling the Road to Hana.

Hana Lava Tubes

A fun, family-friendly adventure through a fascinating cave created by molten lava approximately 960 years ago.

Admission Not Included

Hana Bay

Located within Hana Bay is Hana Beach Park, which has a long black-sand beach and a grassy area with picnic tables.

Admission Not Included

Nahiku Viewpoint

Nahiku viewpoint boasts a great coastline view with waves crashing against the shore. This is a fine picnic spot and a good place to stretch your legs.

Admission Not Included

Makapipi Falls

After mile marker 25, you will find Makapipi Falls, one of the most interesting falls on the Hana Highway. The Makapipi Stream flows within the lava streambed into a pristine blue pool.

Admission Not Included

Kahanu Garden

Kahanu Garden is a beautiful botanical garden along the Hana Highway.

Admission Not Included

Upper Waikani Falls

Also known as "Three Bears Falls", Waikani Falls is a very popular and picturesque waterfall along the Road to Hana. It is easily spotted and is a definite must visit when driving this awesome road.

Admission Not Included

Pua'a Ka'a State Park

Pua'a Ka'a State park consists of 5 acres of rainforest with waterfalls and pools

Admission Not Included

Wailua Valley State Wayside Park

Wailua Valley State Wayside offers a view of Ke‘anae Valley and Ko‘olau Gap in Haleakala’s rim, and of Wailua Village.

Admission Not Included

Halfway to Hana

The halfway point along your journey to Hana! A nice place to stop and get some fruits from some local fruit stands.

Admission Not Included

Ke‘anae Point

A nice place to stop by for their famous Banana Bread and beautiful ocean views.

Admission Not Included


Honomanu Bay is a picturesque bay located between mile markers 13 and 14 along the Hana highway.

Admission Not Included

Kaumahina State Wayside Park

Kaumahina State Wayside is a scenic area rest area where you can picnic where you can see the Maui coastline.

Puohokamoa Falls

Puohokomoa falls is known as one of the most accessible waterfalls on the Hana highway. It's a two hundred feet cascading waterfall and is located between mile markers 10 and 11 on the Hana Highway.

Admission Not Included

Garden of Eden Arboretum & Botanical Garden

Lush botanical gardens set on 26 acres, with trails, picnic spots, waterfalls & coastal views.

Admission Not Included

Waikamoi Ridge Trail

Waikamoi Ridge Trail is an often unnoticed attraction along the Road to Hana. It's located just past mile marker 9 between Twin Falls and the Garden of Eden Arboretum before Ke’anae.

Admission Not Included

Twin Falls Maui

Twin Falls is the first easily accessible string of waterfalls and pools on the Road to Hana. It's the best way to kick off your Road to Hana adventure in style!

Admission Not Included


Peʻahi is a place on the north shore of the island of Maui in the U.S. state of Hawaii. It has lent its name to a big wave surfing break, also known as Jaws.

Ho'okipa Beach Park

Ho'okipa Beach is a world-renowned windsurfing destination. It's a beautiful white sand beach and is perfect for watching sunsets at.=

Admission Not Included


Paia town is home to several restaurants, art galleries, surf shops, and other tourist-oriented businesses. We recommend filling up your gas here prior to tackling the Road To Hana.



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I love Shaka!!! it is a great app. We learned so much about the area and history of the Hana side!! Did some great hiking up the Bamboo Forest and such. I will say this..... IF YOU HAVE a large vehicle stay off of the Road to Hana. We were pushed off (on the cliff side) by someone in a Suburban because they didn't want to move over. Learn the rules of the road. Mountain side moves over, not the cliff side. AND...The person climbing up the hill always has right away, the person coming down the hill will need to pull over the side or reverse should it be necessary.


This was so helpful! "You will turn left at the next turn" is so clear and the guide was funny and we loved the stories and details shared! We would have missed so much without this app!


The Shaka guide was great on the road to Hana! I loved the music, stories, and humor injected throughout. Would highly recommend!


Great directions, easy to use, but our favorite part was the Hawaii stories! The guide explained the history and legends associated with the island and all the best stops!


We had a $200 pp tour booked, when we found this app through a google search, we canceled our tour. We have a rental vehicle. I loved that we could pick and choose what we wanted to do. We did the 4 mile hike through Haleakala National Forest to see the 400 ft waterfall, rainbow eucalyptus trees, and a bamboo forest. We would have never been able to do that with a group tour! I highly, highly recommend! The stories and Hawaiian music was a tremendous plus for the day! We were able to start and stop when we want. Given info on local stops, a heads up to get tickets before our day for the Black Sand Beach. I could go on and on! Well worth the $20!!!


The reverse road to Hana tour is definitely the way to go! Navigation in app was awesome. Cool facts and stories shared. It is definitely an all day commitment even starting early. We were at starting point by 8:30 am and wrapped around 4:30. We only did about an hours worth of stopping.


Shaka App showed us a bunch of great places we never would have found on our own, including swim holes and cliff dives. The stories were also neat to learn about. Recommend it!!

Elizabeth B

If you are going on a car trip in the islands of Hawaii, be sure to find one the Shaka has an online driving plan. We had a blast going from Kula to Hana on the backside of the volcano, and then hiked the Pikiwai Trail to see the wonderful waterfalls. It’s 2 miles in and 2 miles out, so be prepared to do some climbing. I’m a 75 year old female, and my husband and I loved the hike. The road from there to Hana is a little difficult at times. Just take your time going around the curves that don’t have any guard rails, and honk before going around any blind turns. We had already done the other side of the Road to Hana last year, so we didn’t make any stops at the waterfalls. My perfect way of doing this trip would be to get to Hana from the backside, stay the night and then have a full day to explore the waterfalls on the front side. Hoe you have a wonderful time on the Road to Hana!


I loved this app and well worth the 10$ download. I thought it would be excessively cheesy but it was a fun and very informative guide that helped so much along the way especially when there was no service in the mountains. The attention to the narrator’s guide was spot on and really helped never have been to Maui before. RECOMMEND Shaka Guide FOR DAYS!!! 🤙


Driving the road to Hana now my 7th time There is nothing better than continuing around and arriving at the Winery makes ONE FULL DAY TRIP. The Road to Hana has so many stops and things to see it really takes at least 3 trips to see almost everything. The Waterfalls the caves the fruits and all the citrus. Pleasetry to stay a night in Hana Great rates for rentals and or camping. After seeing the & Pools (turn left) KEEP GOING drive around to the winery (Closes at 4pm) need to leave the Pools by 1:30. I suggest at least 2 trips and you will see about 80%. Look at good maps for your adventure.
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