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Maui Land Tours

Maui Land Tours

Haleakala / Iao Valley / Lahaina Tour
2016 Rates
Hotel Pickup via Aloha VIP Tours


Seasons: 1/1 - 12/31/16  
Adult
Child 4-11*
Haleakala / Iao Valley / Lahaina Tour  
$108.00
$79.00

Tour operates daily. Pickup time is 7:00 am - 8:15 am depending on hotel location, and return is approximately 3:30 pm. This full day tour shows guests a few of Maui’s magnificent highlights. In just 37 miles, the tour climbs from sea level to 10,023 feet to the top of Mt. Haleakala. Along the way, guests enjoy stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and West Maui Mountains. Next, the tour descends into a rainforest at Iao Valley to visit the unique Iao Needle. The final stop is Lahaina Town where tour guides will turn guests loose for over two hours of shopping and strolling. Includes park admission fees. Subject to cancellation if the tour does not meet a 2 passenger minimum.

*Kids 0-3 are FREE


Due to new commercial free dates from the National Park Service, this tour will not run on 3/9/16 and 6/21/16

Rates are per person including 4.166% state tax.

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Hana Adventure Tour
2016 Rates
Hotel Pickup via Aloha VIP Tours

Seasons: 1/1 - 12/31/16  
Adult
Child 4-11*
Hana Adventure Tour  
$149.00
$89.00
 
Take the journey of a lifetime to East Maui. This all-day tour (11 hours) will take you around a beautiful region of the "Magic Isle", showing you some of the most scenic spots found on any of the Hawaiian Islands. As you travel along on this 68-mile trip, your driver will be your guide, narrating along the way.

There are more than 600 curves in the road to Hana. You’ll weave through the surrounding forest and cross a total of 59 bridges while making your way along the eastern coast of the island. It does take time to navigate the route, so sit back, relax, and enjoy the lush landscape as it passes by your window.

There are usually stops at Keanae Valley Lookout and Waianapanapa State Park that provide grand views of the ocean and surrounding hills.You’ll see Wailua Falls, Puuohokomoa Falls, Waikani Falls, and the Ohea Stream and Pools, fascinating natural elements that add to the serenity of the landscape. You’ll also pass Hookipa Beach, famous for its great windsurfing.

Once you finally reach the town of Hana you’ll have some time to take in all the charm of this sleepy, rural village. You’ll also make a stop at the Tedeschi Winery, a great place to discover more about Hawaii’s wine industry and sample a few varieties.

NOTE: Tour traverses rough roads -- not recommended for pregnant women and those with back problems. Subject to cancellation if the tour does not meet a 2 passenger minimum.

*Kids 0-3 are FREE


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Maui Ocean Center
2016 Rates

       
Regular Rate - Effective: 1/1 - 12/31/16
Adult
Senior (65+)
Child 3-12
Admission
$27.03
$23.91
$19.74
Admission with Audio Tour
$30.16
$27.03
$22.86
Fin-tastic Family Pass *
$84.19
n/a
n/a
Fin-tastic Family Pass Extra Child *
n/a
n/a
17.77

Aptly named “The Hawaiian Aquarium,” this state-of-the-art marine park on the island of Maui is the only facility in the world dedicated to fostering understanding, wonder and respect for Hawaii’s marine life. Here, visitors can see spectacular live coral displays (the largest collection in the nation), enjoy playful swimming displays by Hawai‘i’s beloved green sea turtles, awe at close encounters with sharks, rays and more – while learning about Hawai‘i’s natural history and cultural heritage.

To enhance the learning experience, digital audio guides, available at the park’s information booth, provide colorful commentary on the animals that call Hawai‘i home (guides available in English, Spanish and Japanese), while expert naturalists are always nearby to answer any questions visitors may have. Complimentary naturalist presentations are also scheduled daily at half past the hour in various exhibits throughout the aquarium.

* Fin-tastic Family Pass includes admission for 2 Adults and 2 children/teens or 1 Adult and 3 children/teens. It also has reduced rate for addtional children.
       
Exhibits: Maui Ocean Center's Major Exhibits

The Living Reef
Over 40 realistically-designed exhibits take you on a journey from the rocky  surge zone to the edge  of the deep reef. See rarely encountered marine creatures: moray eels, octopus, lobsters, sea horses, nocturnal fish and much more!

Turtle Lagoon
Get up close and personal with Hawaiian green sea turtles at this outdoor two-view exhibit. See the animals from above the water, as they surface to breathe, or from a below viewing window for a unique view of these beloved creatures. Maui Ocean Center's sea turtles are part of a hatch-and-release program and will eventually be released in the wild.

The Tide Pool
Get a hands-on feel for Hawaii's invertebrates at the Tide Pool. Constructed in the form of an ocean rock pool, the Tide Pool holds a variety of harmless marine animals. Under the guidance of a marine naturalist, you are welcome to touch the inhabitants of this display.

Hammerhead Harbor
Come eye to eye with hammerhead sharks, known for their amazing shapes and unique predatory hunting maneuvers. Watch them turn their heads from side to side as they search for prey hidden in the sand at the bottom of their exhibit.

Marine Mammal Discovery Center
See the world from a whale's point of view! The new exhibit retains a few of the humpback whale displays, while several new features focus on the various species of dolphins and whales found in Hawaiian waters, plus the state's most endangered marine mammal, the monk seal. The 3,000 square-foot exhibit includes several interactive displays and graphic boards on marine mammals, life-size models of a monk seal mother and pup in a realistic beach setting, and the most dynamic new exhibit, the Bubble Net. The Bubble Net will give visitors the chance to experience what it is like to be the krill that is gathered up and eaten by humpback whales in Alaskan waters.

Hawaiians and the Sea
Explore the close relationship between the ancient Hawaiians and the Pacific Ocean in this inspiring exhibit. The ancient Hawaiians were expert navigators, using the stars as guides and traveling in their handmade, hydrodynamically perfected vessels. These proficient fishermen were also masters at designing and building aquaculture systems that provided food without depleting the island's natural resources.

Sea Jelly Gallery
Watch moon jellies as they appear to dance before your eyes in a stunning floor-to-ceiling cylinder, perhaps the aquarium's most soothing exhibit. Their gentle pulsating and pumping prevents the jellies from sinking while increasing the likelihood of it capturing prey in its stinging tentacles.

The Open Ocean
A 54-foot-long clear acrylic tunnel transports you through this underwater realm, providing a 240-degree view of nearly 2,000 fishes, while stingrays slide overhead and sharks look visitors in the eye. This 750,000-gallon salt-water aquarium is the largest in the state. Certified divers may enter this exhibit as part of the Shark Dive Maui program.

Behind-the-Scenes
Sneak a peek 'through the walls' of Maui Ocean Center and view diagrams of the aquarium's open seawater system (using water pumped from the ocean instead of manufacturing artificial saltwater). Discover all of the elements that go into creating an exhibit.

Seascape Ma'alaea Restaurant
For spectacular views and island-inspired cuisine, Maui Ocean Center's Seascape Ma'alaea Restaurant, open daily for lunch at 11am, is a favorite among locals and visitors alike. Fronting the picturesque harbor village of Ma'alaea, visitors enjoy dramatic views while dining on exquisite cuisine, exceptionally prepared and served. Access to the restaurant is available without admission to the park through the side entrance near Ma'alaea Harbor Village shopping center.

Reef Cafe
On the lighter side of dining at the Maui Ocean Center, the Reef Café offers a delightful take-out assortment of light snacks and drinks, hot daily specials, and desserts. Located in the center of the marine park, Reef Café is open from 10am to 4:30pm.