Iao Valley Central Maui Tour
Iao Valley Central Maui Tour:
Guided tours explore the highlights of Maui's central valley.
This Central Maui Tour Includes Maui's two volcanic mountains.
Explore the majestic Haleakala Mountain where you can view the island sweeping vistas from the top of the tallest vantage point on Maui.
The tour will take you into the eroded crater of the West Maui Maui Mountains, where you will get to see the second wettest valley in the world, Iao Valley. Stroll the tropical path up to the lookout at the base of the pinnacle named the Iao Needle.
Discover Maui’s upcountry by visiting The Cowboy town of Makawao with it’s western motif, art galleries and fantastic boutiques.
Drive through Paia Town, a surfing mecca with an eclectic array of unique shops and vegetarian-friendly restaurants.
Stop to view the amazing surfers from the Hookipa beach lookout, overlooking the “surfing capital of the world.”
Sit back, relax and let local guides reveal some of the wonders of central Maui.
Choose from tours offered for small groups of 8 to 25 or private tours can be arranged.
Guests will be picked up at their resort.
LINKS TO TOURS OF IAO VALLEY AND CENTRAL MAUI:
Link to website for MAHALO TOUR of Iao Valley
Link to website for POLYNESIAN ADVENTURE TOUR of Iao Valley, central Maui, and Haleakala mountain.
Iao Valley Described by Mark Twain
KEPANIWAI PARK'S HERITAGE GARDENS, near the entrance to Iao Valley, is a showcase for Maui's diverse heritage with ethnic houses and gardens representing the Hawaiian, Portuguese, Japanese, Caucasian and Filipino cultures.
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