Maui Road Biking Tour

Our Maui road biking tour of the island loops around the valley nestled between two sleeping giants, Puu Kukui caldera to the West, and Mt. Haleakala to the East. Inside Maui’s 120 miles of coastline, we experience a surprising range of micro climates, from exotic gardens to rain shadow dry lands, from sandy lagoons to snowy summits! With over 20 ecosystems and lots of hills, road cycling is always an adventure here. One minute we’ll be riding through a lush tropical rainforest, and the next we’ll turn the corner onto a huge, sunny lava flow, or drop down onto a private peninsula for some fresh, hot Hawaiian banana bread! The people on the island are just as diverse. Evenings are filled with the sights and scents of real island hospitality, where we are pampered with islands feasts, luaus, and hula dancing, and are offered our own oceanside hale (private beachhouses).

Highlights

  • Kahakuloa en Honuloa Bay
  • Haleakala NP
  • Hot banana bread!
  • Kayaking tour
  • Surf lesson

Details

TypeRoad bike
Duration6 days
LevelModerate
SupportGuided
Daily distance37 – 50 mi
Total distance290 mi
Group sizemin. 4 max. 13
LodgingPrivate Beach houses
BicycleNot included
MonthJanuary, February, March, April, May, August, September, October, November, December
StartKahului
FinishKahului
States or countryHawaii
Airport startKahului airport
Airport finishKahului airport

Starting from $ 4,437.00

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