Road to Hana Full-Circle Tour in REVERSE - a Private Jeep Tour

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Experience the ultimate adventure along the famous Road to Hana with the Road to Hana Full-Circle Tour in REVERSE - a Private Jeep Tour. This tour takes you on an exciting journey along the less-explored southern coast of the Hana Highway, allowing you to see twice as much as those who only travel the northern route. With your own private, guided Jeep tour, you'll have the opportunity to visit exclusive locations that are inaccessible to larger vehicles. Discover beautiful overlooks, historic sites, exotic fruit stands, black sand beaches, stunning waterfalls, and more. Immerse yourself in the untouched beauty of Maui and create unforgettable memories. Don't miss out on this unique and personalized adventure. Book now and embark on a road trip like no other!

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 1-8 Participants
  • Private Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Explore the less-explored southern coast of the Hana Highway
  • Visit exclusive, inaccessible locations in a private Jeep tour
  • Experience the beauty and tranquility of Wai'anapanapa State Park
  • Marvel at the stunning waterfalls along the Road to Hana
  • Discover the historic village of Ke'anae and indulge in oven-fresh banana bread
  • Private transportation
  • Bottled water
  • Air-conditioned vehicle

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Get ready for the ultimate adventure on the Road to Hana with the Reverse Hana Highway Adventure! This private Jeep tour takes you on an unforgettable journey, starting from the less-explored southern coast of the Hana Highway and ending along the more famous northern route. Experience the thrill of seeing and exploring exclusive locations that are inaccessible by large buses and other vehicles. With this customized tour, you'll get to see twice as much as those who only travel the northern route, allowing you to make the most out of your Maui experience.

What to expect?

On this captivating tour, prepare to immerse yourself in breathtaking natural beauty, stunning landscapes, and fascinating cultural sites. From the vantage point at Rice Park, soak in the panoramic views of the West Maui Mountains, Lanai, Kaho'olawe, and Molokini. Explore the historic old Hawaiian church perched on a beautiful peninsula, offering epic ocean views and a spiritual experience. Discover Laulima Organic Farm, where you'll find unique and exotic fruits to sample. Pay homage to famed aviator Charles Lindbergh at his final resting place in Palapala Ho'omau Church courtyard. Marvel at the beauty of Ohe'o Gulch, often referred to as "The Seven Sacred Pools." And these are just a few of the many remarkable stops on this tour!

Who is this for?

This captivating tour is perfect for adventure seekers, nature enthusiasts, and anyone looking to explore Maui's hidden gems. Whether you're a solo traveler, a couple on a romantic getaway, or a group of friends or family, this experience is designed for all. With a private, guided Jeep tour, you have the flexibility to customize the itinerary to suit your preferences and interests. Embrace the spirit of exploration and embark on this unforgettable journey along the Road to Hana.

Why book this?

This Reverse Hana Highway Adventure offers a unique and exclusive experience, taking you off the beaten path and showcasing the lesser-known gems of the Hana Highway. By traveling the reverse route, you'll have the opportunity to see and experience twice as much as traditional tours. With a private Jeep tour, you'll enjoy personalized attention from your guide, who will share their extensive knowledge and insights about the area. This tour also provides access to locations that larger tour buses cannot reach, allowing for a more intimate and immersive experience. Get ready to create memories that will last a lifetime as you explore the hidden wonders of Maui.

Good to know

During this full-circle tour, the total duration ranges between 600 to 720 minutes, ensuring ample time to explore each stop. As you embark on this adventure, it's important to note that you'll encounter some areas where swimming is not recommended due to hazardous conditions. Bring your cameras to capture the stunning views and be prepared for some short walks and hikes along the way. Remember to bring comfortable shoes, sunscreen, and bug repellent for a more enjoyable experience. Additionally, please respect the land, culture, and people at each stop to maintain the beauty and authenticity of these unique places.


Travelers who have embarked on the Reverse Hana Highway Adventure rave about the incredible sights and experiences they encountered. They praise the knowledgeable guides who provided fascinating insights and made the tour informative and engaging. Many reviewers highlight the exclusivity and personalized nature of the tour, emphasizing the value of being able to visit lesser-known spots that are inaccessible to larger groups. The breathtaking landscapes, cultural sites, and the opportunity to connect with nature receive glowing reviews. Overall, travelers express their satisfaction and recommend this tour for an unforgettable and off-the-beaten-path adventure on the 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

Harold Rice Park

Your first stop on this Reverse Road to Hana adventure will be at Rice Park, in Kula. This is a beautiful overlook at about 3,000 feet above sea level, giving you a view of the West Maui Mountains, the Islands of Lanai, Kaho'olawe and Molokini, as well as the Alalakeiki Channel.

Huialoha Church

This beautiful old Hawaiian church was built in 1859 and recently restored. The 4x4 access road leads you to a beautiful peninsula with epic ocean views in front and rolling hills behind you. A spiritual experience not to be missed.

Laulima Farm

"Laulima" literally translates to "many hands." This lush, organic family farm includes a roadside stand with unique and exotic fruits such as Jackfruit, Ice-Cream Bananas and Soursop, along with many others. Don't miss the secluded dining area, surrounded by a grove of bamboo trees.

Charles Lindbergh's Grave

Final resting place of famed aviator Charles Lindbergh, you will find his grave in the Palapala Ho'omau Church courtyard. Enjoy the most eastern part of Maui, which receives the first rays of the morning sun. "When walking around this area, please be respectful of the land and the people that use the church on a regular basis. This is a special place for those that live here." Road to Hana website

Ohe'o Gulch

(Pass by)

Commonly known as "The Seven Sacred Pools," this area is part of the Haleakala National Park and not accessible to commercial tour operations. However, you'll have a great view of rushing falls while driving over a picturesque bridge on the famed highway.

Wailua Falls

"Cascading approximately 80 feet down the side of a lush jungle wall into to a lovely plunge pool, this is easily one of Maui's most accessible and majestic falls." Road to Hana website

Koki Beach

Koki beach, with it's intriguing red sand, is one of those beaches that are pretty to look at, but in which we don't recommend you go swimming. Conditions can be quite hazardous due to riptides and high surf. Have cameras at the ready to capture the views from this beach, including Alau Island, a natural sanctuary for the 'iwa seabird. If this is where you this is where you choose to lunch, the you'll find delectable huli huli chicken and pork from a beachside stand.


(Pass by)

This quaint, historic town is the namesake of the Road to Hana, yet blink three times and you'll miss it! Hana has remained relatively unchanged since the early days of Hawaii, and its residents work very hard to keep it traditional and authentic. Respect and aloha go a long way when visiting Hana! We don't usually actually stop here, but let us know if that's on your list!

Wai'anapanapa State Park

Commonly known as Black Sand Beach, and one of the most popular stops on Road to Hana, you'll want the full experience at this rare, natural feature. “The black volcanic sand beach is a highlight at this state park in Maui, Hawaii, but there’s plenty more to see, including caves, [a blow hole]...and a natural stone arch. Wildlife is abundant, and on any given day you might see an incredible seabird colony or watch the park’s tide pools turn crimson with the arrival of thousands of tiny shrimp.” – National Geographic

Hana Lava Tube

Descend into the cool, dark abyss and enjoy some peaceful time in this natural wonder. The half-mile round trip, 30-minute self-guided tour will show you many forms and variations of cooled lava in unique configurations. Rare stalactites, "the bowling alley" lava flow and dripping "chocolate fudge," all frozen in time. Use your flashlight to spot the glittering pyrite, or "fool's gold," throughout. There is an additional entrance fee for this feature.

Admission Not Included

Hanawi Falls

(Pass by)

A beautiful falls surrounded by lush, tropical vegetation, get your camera ready, but leave your swimsuits and hiking shoes in the car... with danger of rockslides and flash floods down below, this aquatic rush is best seen from a distance.

Pua'a Ka'a State Park

If, "swim in a waterfall," is on your bucket list, this is the stop for you! An easily accessible waterfall in a picturesque park, the adventurous can swim in the pool below the falls. There are picnic benches nearby if you're feeling snacky, as well as a convenient restroom.

Makapipi Falls

(Pass by)

Another amazing view along the Road to Hana, Makapipi Falls is especially breathtaking after recent rain. It runs right under one of the many bridges on Hana Highway, and plummets into a striking blue pool below. Get your cameras ready!

Upper Waikani Falls

(Pass by)

Also known as "Three Bears" waterfall, these beautiful falls are visible from the road and triple your viewing pleasure.

Wailua Valley State Wayside Park

Wailua Valley Overlook offers a quick stop that's blink-and-you'll-miss-it...but we won't let you miss it! Look for the "hidden" steps and walk up to the overlook that gives you an expansive, breathtaking view of azure ocean and emerald landscape like nowhere else.

Ke‘anae Point

Ke'anae is an historic village, where you will find taro patches that have grown there for generations. The peninsula is well-known for its many picture-ready locations, crashing surf and rugged terrain. "On your drive down, you'll pass a stone church built in 1856, the only remaining building after the devastating tsunami of 1946, which killed twenty four people when waves topping 35 feet crashed into the village with no warning. Following this tragedy, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center was implemented, which still sits on Oahu's Ewa Beach." Maui Information Guide You will also find our favorite, warm, oven-fresh, baked-daily banana bread on Maui at this picturesque location!

Honomanū Bay

Secluded and beautiful, Honomanu Bay sits at the base of a verdant valley, with towering cliff sides and a lava rock beach. This serene setting is also a resource area for local residents, so we exercise caution and respect while visiting.

Garden of Eden Arboretum & Botanical Garden

"Maui’s scenic wonderland on the road to Hana!" Maui Garden of Eden Walk through 26 acres of nature trails and stunning vistas. Stop by the waterfall overlook, as well as the spot where they filmed the opening for Jurassic Park. Look out for local wildlife, including peacocks, ducks and mongoose. Separate entrance fee required for admittance to this feature.

Admission Not Included

Ho'okipa Beach Park

A world-renowned beach for surfers and windsurfers, as well as a resting spot for sea turtles, Ho'okipa is a favorite stop for our guests. Take in the view from the lookout up top, or venture down the path to the beach and discover that all those "boulders" were actually turtles!


(Pass by)

Paia is a former plantation town, with an eclectic array of buildings, food and people. A picturesque way to end your tour, and a great place to come back for good food and live music.

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