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Road to Hana Private Tours with Expert Local Guide [Open Soon]

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Reviewed by: Jake, 2019/12/21

This tour was so fun. We had a really nice driver that talked about the culture and history of Maui, and she even asked my wife and I questions about ourselves. She knew all the best places to stop & take pictures, eat banana bread, and what literally every plant was. She was truly and expert guide. At one point, she stopped at a waterfall for us to look at, and she said we could jump off of it and she'd take a video of us. And we did!! It was SO fun. Wow. I would do this again. Anyone who goes might want to bring a change of clothes/a towel in case you want to go for a swim!

Reply from activity provider

Thank you so much for the awesome review! Traveling the Road to Hana is an epic experience. Becoming friends the the sweetest part :) Thank you so much for trusting us with your precious time on the island. Wishing you the very best in all you do! A hui hou, until next time

Attended as:Couples
Activity Date:2019/12/18
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Better than we imagined

Reviewed by: Bob,Rosie, Edwin,Kay, 2015/05/30

Gus was our driver and we are glad. There were 4 of us and we all appreciate the safe driving because this road can be treacherous.
It was a long day and Gus kept us entertained all day with knowledge about every part of the trip. We went places where we would not have imagined there would bevsomething to see and Viola, more Paradise. We saw sea turtles sleeping on the beach, many waterfalls, an upclose tour of an area where the portuguese workers had built a giant cross in tribute to the beautiful island.
We are so glad we booked this intimate trip instead of a big bus full of people.

Thank you Gus.

Attended as:Friends
Activity Date:2015/05/09
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