Haleakalā Summit Ali’i Tour

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For those guests who prefer to start their day a little later, this is a great tour option! This exciting excursion begins with a first-class guided vehicle tour of Haleakala National Park.  Guests will have the opportunity to learn about the unique Geology, Ecology, History, and Culture of Maui from our NAI Certified Interpretive Guides with a focus on Hawaiian values and preservation. After visiting Haleakala National Park, our guests will also have the opportunity to visit the historic ranching town of Makawao, the North Shore surfing area of Ho’okipa, the quaint town of Ha’iku, and the lively town of Pa’ia. Lunch will be provided by Casanovas Italian restaurant in Makawao.

  • Hotel Transportation
  • 25 passenger Mini-bus
  • Delicious meal at Casanovas in Makawao
  • Interpretive Tour provided by TWO NAI Certified Guides
  • Haleakalā National Park Tour –Haleakalā EcoTours is authorized by the National Park to provide tours and services
  • Upcountry Tour – Haiku, Makawao, Kula
  • North Shore Tour – Paia, Ho’okipa, Haiku
  • Central Maui Tour – Kahului, Wailuku
  • Multi-Lingual Interpretive Mobile App (Free Download)
  • Interpretive Booklet and Guide

Haleakalā Summit Ali’i Tour

Adult $160 – Child $120
Online Discount: Adult $144 – Child $108

Pick-up Time: 7:30-8:30am
Return Time: 3:00pm- 4:00pm


Summit Luxury Van Exclusive

Retail: $3,000
ONLINE PRICE: Entire luxury transit van: $2,700

Pick-up Time: 7:30-8:30am
Return Time: 3:00pm- 4:00pm


Highlights of the tour include:


Haleakalā National Park

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As an AUTHORIZED PARTNER with Haleakalā National Park, Haleakalā EcoTours will treat you to Maui’s premier Haleakalā Tour. Some call Haleakalā the Eighth Wonder of the World. Nowhere else can you climb from sea level to 10,023′ in less than an hour. At the summit, the 3,000′ deep crater you peer down into is 7 miles long, 2 miles wide and 21 miles in circumference.

Encounter the elegant Silversword plant, found nowhere else in the world as well as Hawaii’s state bird, the Nene goose. Haleakalā is home to 100’s of rare and endangered species of plants and animals. Learn the importance of protecting their habitats and upholding the National Park mission of Preservation and Conservation.

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kula maui

Maui’s rich farming and ranching history is still evident by vast pastures that line the side of the mountain. Kula’s cool weather and rich volcanic soil, makes the area an ideal spot for a number of Lavender, Protea, and Macdamia Nut farms.



Makawao Maui

The Hawaiian Cowboys or Paniolos have roots set deep in the town of Makawao. This small town still has hitching rails at store fronts just as the locals once used to tie up their horses.



Paia Maui

Today Paia is a popular surf destination, however Paia’s history is as intriguing as it is fascinating. Learn about how the Sugar Plantations shaped this town and the culture of the island, and how this small north shore town was once a gathering place for entertainment and fun.



Haiku Maui

Like Paia, Haiku has its roots in agriculture. The Pineapple industry built this small, rural town, with the pineapple cannery as the center of action. Haiku also played a pivotal part in World War 2 by being the home of the Fourth Division Marines during the 1940’s.


Ancient Hawaii

The impressive voyaging skills of early Polynesians changed the course of history by spreading their culture across the Pacific. Learn about this ancient evolving people and culture and the myths and legends that inspired them. From the first arrival of the Marquesans, to the second wave of Tahitians, see how they established a civilization and birthed monarchies, including the Kamehameha dynasty which united the Hawaiian Islands.

What’s Included:

• Interpretive Tour provided by NAI Certified Interpretive Guides (CIG)
• Admission into Haleakalā National Park by Authorized Partner Haleakalā EcoTours
• Drive to us or get picked up with our Ali’i Class services.