Join the Haleakala National Park Sunset tour for an awe-inspiring Maui sunset at 9,740 feet elevation. You’ll ascend the 38-mile drive to the Haleakala summit area aboard an air-conditioned mini-coach with large viewing windows. Pass by ancient sacred locations and learn their history and significance to Hawaiian culture from your knowledgeable guide.
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The sunset tour departs at 2:00 pm in the summer and at 1:30 pm in the winter.
Yes, but it has not erupted over the past few centuries. The volcano is still considered an active volcano, however, the last eruption occurred way back in the 17th century.
Unfortunately, no. Food is not included in the tour price, but snacks and drinks are available for purchase during a stop at Kula Marketplace prior to entering the Haleakala National Park.
Yes, the tour is family-friendly! Children ages two and below can tour for free but must be seated on laps.
Dress in layers, including a warm jacket, long pants, and a sweater or sweatshirt. Gloves and a hat may also come in handy. The temperature can get as low as 20ºF. If the weather forecast calls for rain, be prepared with your rain gear such as a light rain jacket or poncho.
Bring comfortable, closed-toe walking shoes for the uneven terrain at the summit, cash for purchasing snacks, drinks and souvenirs, and a camera or smartphone to capture the stunning views and unbeatable sunset views!
Yes, Polynesian Adventure Tours has coaches with lifts. If you or anyone in your party requires this assistance, please leave a comment in the "Have Special Needs?" section above when booking your reservation.
Yes, the tour is not recommended for guests who are pregnant, with back and motion problems, and with heart or respiratory conditions that may be exacerbated due to high altitude. Guests who have gone scuba diving should wait 72 hours before joining this tour.