Maui Airport Shuttle – Things To Do
For two decades, Conde Nast Traveler readers have voted Maui – the Valley Isle – as the Best Island in the World. Their reasons are found everywhere: on ancient volcanic slopes, in the valleys that gave Maui its nickname, along miles of scenic shoreline, and in its azure coastal waters.
The discoveries here are downright magical. Rise above the clouds on Mt. Haleakala and marvel at its other-worldly beauty and the rare species that survive near the summit. Wind through Upcountry Maui, where farmers produce an array of agricultural products including lavender, protea, beef, pineapples, onions and strawberries. Drive along one of the world’s most beautiful coastlines to Lahaina, once home to whalers and seafarers, and today a hot spot for shopping, dining and entertainment.
Particularly worthwhile is a visit to Hana. Deeply steeped in Hawaiian ways, this cultural treasure in East Maui is accessible via a narrow, winding road marked by tiny bridges, wildly gorgeous foliage and waterfalls. You can also enjoy award-winning beaches and golf courses in South and West Maui, museums and heritage parks in the central isthmus, and during season, humpback whales breaching offshore.
Discover for yourself why so many think Maui is truly the best – over and over again.
Heavenly Hana Tour
Embark on a voyage to the jewel of the Valley Isle, Hana. The world famous Road to Hana is a narrow, winding road with more than 600 curves and 59 one-lane bridges. Sit back and relax, you’re in the capable hands of our experienced Maui drivers.
Haleakala Sunrise Tour
Experience one of the most beautiful and unique sunrises! The explosion of color across the horizon is a memory to treasure.
Explore Our Islands
With so many fascinating things to see and discover, little wonder that Oahu is called the Heart of Hawaii.
For two decades, Conde Nast Traveler readers have voted Maui - the Valley Isle - as the Best Island in the World. Their reasons are found everywhere: on ancient volcanic slopes, in the valleys that gave Maui its nickname, along miles of scenic shoreline, and in its azure coastal waters.
The youngest and largest Hawaiian island is the story of Hawaii's creation - literally. Millenia younger than its sister islands, Hawaii Island - known as the Big Island - continues to grow as molten lava pours forth and adds to this awe-inspiring island.
Kauai is a place that sets the imagination soaring. Her extraordinary beauty and charm have been immortalized in dozens of Hollywood films and television shows and yet, there's nothing like meeting the real thing.