Over one million years ago, Maui Nui (“Greater Maui”) was a single island forty percent larger than present-day Hawai‘i Island. Over time, natural forces drew Maui Nui lower into the Pacific, and its saddles fell below sea level to form separate islands. Discover all five of the major islands that comprise Maui Nui. First, head east past Kaho'olawe, with its unique history as a bombing range for the US Army during WWII, to the southern flank of East Maui.
View the slopes of Haleakalā and the road to Hāna without spending hours in a rental car. Make your way past the world-famous surf break, Pe'ahi (Jaws), and cross the Pailolo channel to Moloka’i. Molokaʻi sea cliffs are the tallest in the world, an absolutely stunning sight to hover amidst, rife with waterfalls and lush tropical forests. After viewing the national historical town of Kalaupapa, the journey continues to Lāna'i. Kānepu'u Preserve - a rare native dryland forest, Keahiakawelo (the “Garden of the Gods”), and long sandy beaches complete the adventure.
*Flight times are approximate, do not include check-in time, and total times may vary depending on weather conditions and where the best sights are at the time of your tour.
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Check-in at Lāna‘i Airport
Check-in 30 minutes prior to departure time in the terminal lobby at the Lāna‘i Airport. Free parking is available.