Hawaii guided tours

Ocean Vodka / Surfing Goat Dairy / Kula Country Farms / Maui Winery


This trip takes you "Upcountry" and is great for a day when you want to see more than Maui's beautiful beaches!

Start with a tour of Ocean Vodka and see where this new libation is crafted. 

Then, stop at Surfing Goat Dairy to sample delicious goat cheese while the “kids” play on surfboards. 

From there, follow the map link to Kula Country Farms -  a must for fresh veggies and in October, the pumpkin patch and corn maze which the keiki (children) will love. 

And finally, continue on to the Ulupalakua Ranch to Maui’s winery for some wine tasting.  (Keep an eye out along the way for a tiny banana bread stand (phone booth size) which has some of the best banana bread on the island. )   The winery will be on your left.  Taste some of their local pineapple wines as you peruse the gift shop.  They offer winery tours if you are interested.  Across the street is an adorable country store that serves Elk Burgers. 


Haleakala Sunrise

Each day, dozens of locals and visitors alike greet the new day atop Haleakala - House of the Sun - Maui’s 10,000+ foot dormant volcano. Watch as the sun rise above the horizon and paint a blanket of clouds in a golden hue. Be sure to bundle up even in summer. It’s cold up there!  This requires advance booking due to the amount of people it draws.

Sunsets are just as spectacular and you are welcome to drive your own vehicle to the top and even hike down into the crater! The drive is amazing as you climb steadily on switchbacks and drive through clouds and even rainbows if you're lucky!   You can hike for days but we suggest just hiking an hour or two in (which will take a 1 ½ times longer hiking back out since it’s uphill).  Prepare for some other-worldly sites.  It is much cooler at the top of Haleakala, even during the summer.  Wear layers and bring lots of water, a hat and sunscreen.  

It's always a good idea to check the Haleakala website before heading up.  There are many reasons the park may close including when the summit gets its occasional blanket of snow. 


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