Polynesian Adventure Tours – Road to Hana Gold
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Polynesian Adventure Tours is the largest provider of Sightseeing Tours on Maui. They have more tours on Maui than any competitor, by far. Polynesian Adventure Tours span all of Hawaii and have the most experience on the Road to Hana. One of the best things about the tour to Hana with a guided group is the lack of crowds. Even though you are with other people in your tour group, that is pretty much it. The points of interest along the highway that Polynesian Adventure Tours Road to Hana tour stops at are completely different than the ones the independent sightseer stops at. And they are usually the first ones there, so you’re off to the next spot when the area is becoming crowded. Keanae Peninsula is a particularly fascinating stop along the way. With its church steeple jutting up to the heavens, it’s the highest structure in town. The village is old and looks the same way it has for hundreds of years. Looking down at it from the overlook, it’s like a green hand that extends to the ocean, providing life, like it has always done for those who live there. For the most part the residence of Keanae farm taro and fish. Polynesian Adventure Tours Road to Hana tour will take you to many amazing places.
Cut off from the world of high tech, a cell phone usually doesn’t work on the Hana Highway, there are no hot spots for WIFI and the radio in a car receives only static. In many cases, convenience doesn’t exist. Well only if you’re a mainlander. For the people that call the Hana Highway home, it’s a Spartan life. Yet, it’s a life rich in family and things to do. Polynesian Adventure Tours does not stop at Waianapanapa State Park unless it’s by request then its time allowed. They do stop in Hana Town. Here you will get to see what time has forgotten. Or as the residences of Hana prefer to think as, “A simpler way of life”. Life in Hana hasn’t changed much in the last 30 years if it has changed at all. Life comes and goes as it always has, slowly.
In Hana Bay, there is a trail that leads from the only dock out to the point. It’s a nice little hike. At the end of the point is a small lighthouse that signals the entrance to Hana Bay. I have always found this little trail peaceful. The trail itself is well worn with a few ups and downs, but the end of the path lies the rough beauty that makes this part of the world so special. A place where time has little or no value.
Due to the remoteness of the area, many stars, celebrities, and wealthy people have built estates tucked away behind the walls of the rainforest looking to escape the world from time to time. We have always referred to Hana as the other side of nowhere because there is nothing there. Today, there is still nothing there. I suspect it will always remain so as the people who live there, do not want to catch up with the world, rather they would be left behind to the ruralness of life.
Take a day and join us for a tour of the Hana Highway with the most respected touring company in all of Hawaii. At the end of the day, you will be hooked on Maui for life!
Lunch for Polynesian Adventure Tours Road to Hana tour:
Served at the Travessa in Hana:
Mixed Green Salad – choice of Ranch or Balsamic dressing
Hana Vegetable Pasta Primavera (Vegetarian Option)
Chicken Thighs with Pineapple Salsa
House Made Cookie
Ice Tea, with soda or coffee on request
Beverage is a choice of ice tea, juice or water.
Polynesian Adventure Tours Road to Hana offers their Road to Hana tour with or without lunch. This is the same tour as the one without lunch except for the fact that you have a beverage service and lunch included with your Hana adventure.
Other Activity Options by Polynesian Adventure Tours: Polynesian Adventure Tours – Haleakala Sunrise Tour, Polynesian Adventure Tours – Haleakala Sunset and Dinner Tour, Polynesian Adventure Tours – Pearl Harbor Tours from Maui – Hawaiian Airlines
Road to Hana Gold
- E-Ticket Delivery
- Free Cancellation
- No Booking or Credit Card Fees
Complimentary Resort Pick Up
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day
Advance Reservations Required
48 Hour Cancellation Policy
Approximate Pick 6:30am
Polynesian Adventures Tours provide a pick-up service for the resort districts in South & West Maui. All condos in both areas are along the route as are the condos in Maalaea. Anything else is off the beaten path and requires a meet location.
Total Duration: 10 Hours
Carnival Cruise Lines seem to have an agreement with Polynesian Adventure Tours as this was the bus / transportation services we used during our entire trip.
The buses were clean, comfortable, the drivers / tour guides very professional, knowledgeable and kind.
The stories, legends and information shared was delightful and we enjoyed every one of our excursions.
We did the Haleakala sunrise tour and it was great! Our tour guide was amazing and I wish I could remember her name to give her more credit. She was funny and very knowledgeable of the islands. It was a quiet ride up which was awesome since it was so early that we dozed off. The sites and views up there and on the stops back down were breathtaking. There was a local man up on top who sang a chant when the sun came up. :)
Just make sure you dress very warm because it was much colder up at the top of the mountain than we planned for. The only reason I gave it 4 stars was because I wish the breakfast was a little better. You had one of three options, one glass of juice and one slice of toast. With what we paid, you’d think it would be a little nicer.
Netti, our driver and tour guide, was EXCELLENT! Her knowledge and wit will make your experience an unforgettable one. She is funny and quick on her feet, so be ready to laugh and have a great time. Our visit to Haleakala to see the sunrise is by far the best adventure we have had in any of the islands. Mahalo!
Had a really nice day with Gavin on the Road to Hana. He had lots of lovely stories to tell us about his family and the island that made us feel like part of the family. He showed us the best banana bread on the island which was delicious! When things got rough on the road he was very calm and helping other drivers on the road making sure everyone was having a safe day. We were treated to a lovely healthy fresh lunch and one of the other tour guides delighted us with a mini concert on his ukulele. The bus itself was very modern and comfortable with air conditioning. Overall a very enjoyable experience and very glad we chose to do this tour rather than a hire car. Gavin was a great tour guide with obvious love for his job.
Took the sunset Haleakalā tour. Tour bus drivers and drive up and back were fine however the dinner at Cafe O’lei was awful and the service and staff were even worse. One of group had a hair in their food and food was barely warm. Not worth the price paid.