Hike Maui provides the best guided tours of Maui; hiking rainforests, exploring waterfalls, kayaking, zip lining, Haleakala Crater.


Directions to Park & Ride

Most of our hikes offer the option of being picked up at your hotel, or meeting us at our Park & Ride location in Kahului. The link below will provide you directions to our Park & Ride location, as well as our Kayak/Snorkel/Waterfall meeting locations.

Detailed Directions

Conventions & Groups

With the size of Hike Maui’s fleet, we can accommodate large groups and conventions with ease. Hike Maui has a long history on the island of providing an exceptional experience for large groups, while keeping the day personalized on an individual level.

We can arrange your day with us to meet your needs:

  • Each group will have their own expert guide
  • Customized timing is available to accommodate meeting schedules
  • An array of food and tropical fruits is provided throughout the duration of the tour
  • Door-to-door service is provided in our air-conditioned tour vans

Please contact us directly to discuss the possibilities for your private or convention group.


Private/Custom Tours

We have the ability to customize tours to fit your needs. You can do any one of our standard tours on a private basis and enjoy the day with a guide all to yourself. Or we can create a custom tour to fulfill your specific desires and timelines. All private and custom tours have special pricing, and you’ll need to contact our office for cost details.

Custom Tours

Your Safety & Fun

We take the worry out your adventure so you can fully enjoy your Hike Maui experience. While having a fun day in the rainforest, jumping into waterfall pools, driving the Hana Highway, or summiting Haleakala, our guides are very conscious of all safety-related needs. Our Hike Maui staff members are trained to provide you with a safe and enjoyable day, and they are equipped to handle any situation that may arise.

Guide certifications include:

  • Advanced CPR and First Aid Training, including Wilderness
  • Maritime security cards
  • Permit for hiking in the National Park

Our Transportation

Part of our experience is maintaining a personal connection between our guides and our guests. Our vans can accommodate 15 passengers, but for your comfort we keep our tour size between 8 and 12 guests. Our vans are PUC certified, commercially insured, serviced regularly for high performance, and air conditioned, and are cleaned and washed daily.

Our Office

Behind all our exceptional guides and tours is an incredible office staff that orchestrates flawless trips 365 days a year. Our team manages hundreds of reservations and guests from all around the world on a weekly basis, and is here to assist you in choosing the best adventure for your particular wishes and prepare you for your day with us. Additional team members set you up with your gear and meals, and maintain our tour vans to the highest level. With more than 35 years of providing award-winning eco-tours on Maui, it’s our mission to ensure you have fond memories of your day with us, and go home having experienced the true Aloha of Maui.




Shoes to Wear on our Tours
  • For the waterfall / rainforest hikes: Running shoes or sports sandals (like Tevas, Chacos or Keens).
  • For the Four-mile Crater Hike: Running shoes are perfectly suitable. There’s no need to bring hiking boots unless you want to (they do take up a lot of suitcase space).
  • Your shoes may get muddy, dirty, and/or wet on any of our hikes.
Clothing for our Tours
  • For the waterfall / rainforest hikes: Shorts and short-sleeved shirts or t-shirts are best. If mosquitoes really bother you (your guide carries repellent), you could wear long pants and a long-sleeved shirt. Also, you’ll want to wear your swimsuit so you can swim in the waterfall pools (optional).
  • For the Four-mile Crater Hike: The weather is often cool or cold (the altitude is 10,000 feet); then it can warm up as you hike. So layered clothing is best, including a jacket, down vest, sweatshirt, or sweater. You guide will also carry extra jackets.
Additional Items to Bring for the Day
  • Towel: Waterfall trips include swimming (optional)
  • Sunscreen: Helpful on any tour, but essential on the Haleakala Crater trip
  • Camera & Phone: Please bring a Ziploc or a plastic bag to prevent any damage from moisture
  • You are responsible for any personal equipment you choose to bring along
What Does Hike Maui Provide for the Day?
Hike Maui provides

  • Water
  • Food
  • Backpacks
  • Ponchos, in case of rain
  • Insect repellent, if needed
  • And, of course, our guide to keep you safe.
Food on our Hike Maui Tours
All tours will include snacks, and most will have a lunch choice:

  • Turkey sandwich
  • Ham sandwich
  • Vegetarian Garden Burger
  • Peanut Butter & Jelly sandwich
  • We can accommodate some special dietary needs—just ask

Additionally you will get:

  • Cookie
  • Tropical fruit
  • Bottled water to drink

Will There Be a Bathroom on the Trail?
On some hikes there are toilets or porta potties at the trailhead. Once we’re hiking, though, we head for the bushes. If you’re uncomfortable using the bushes, please let your guide know before the hike begins so you can both decide what’s best for you.
Tipping your Guide
If you’re happy with your hike, a tip is always a good way to show your appreciation.