Haleakalā Sunset Tour
The Sunset Tour offers all the first-class service and sights as the Classic with the addition of a 5-star meal at one of Maui’s finest restaurants. This exhilarating tour begins with a guided vehicle tour of Upcountry Maui. Our NAI Certified Interpretive Guides will share with our guests the unique Culture and History of Maui and specifically the Upcountry area during the tour. Once inside Haleakala National Park, our interpretive guides will explore subjects such as the distinct Geology and Ecology of the surrounding area. Other topics of discussion include Traditional Ocean Navigation and Hawaiian Mythology. Once the sun goes down, our guests will be treated to one of the best places on earth for viewing the nighttime sky.
- Hotel Transportation
- 25 passenger Mini-bus
- 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)
- Dining experience provided at the one of Maui’s finest restaurants
Book early and save! Advance pricing is available online for bookings made at least 72 hours ahead of the tour date. Bookings made less than 72 hours before the tour will be charged the retail rate. All bookings include meals and are subject to Hawaii State Tax. Effective April 2020 the National Park Service requires an Entrance and Service fee applied to all participants of National Park commercial tours.
Sunset Private Luxury Tour
Retail Price: Entire luxury transit van: $2,530
Up to 11 Passengers. Tours for 12-24 passengers available by calling (808) 575-9575
Pick-up Time: 1:30-2:30pm
Return Time: 10:00pm- 11:00pm
Highlights of the tour include:
Haleakalā National Park
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 hundreds 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.
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 Macadamia Nut farms.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Night Sky
After the Sun sets, the stars come out to play. The night sky played significant part in Hawaiian history, as the ancient Polynesians used the stars to guide their voyaging canoes across the Pacific. The low light pollution and year round good weather on Maui has made Haleakalā a world renowned location for astronomy and viewing the night sky.
• 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. Meal Services are provided.