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Excursion Description Cost
Haleakala Crater
4 hours

This scenic journey takes you through upcountry Maui to the top of the world's largest dormant volcano, Haleakala. At the summit is a vast crater measuring seven-and-a-half miles long by two-and-a-half miles wide. This dormant volcano last erupted in 1790 and imparts a sense of awesome power by virtue of its size alone. Haleakala - Crater is a natural wonder and is the highest point on Maui. The views from the top at over 10,000 feet above sea level are magnificent. On a clear day you'll even enjoy views of Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea. From the rim, you'll be able to appreciate firsthand the unique beauty of this massive crater with its interesting mix of volcanic rock and plant life, some of which, like the Silversword plant, is found only in Hawaii's volcanic craters. Note: This tour is not recommended for guests with respiratory or heart problems. We recommend you bring a sweater as temperatures range between 40-65 degrees Fahrenheit at the crater's top.
$49
Haleakala & Ocean Center
6 1/4 hours

Travel to the top of the world and the depths of the sea on this scenic journey. First, you'll travel to the top of Haleakala Crater, the world's largest dormant volcano, with a vast crater that measures over seven miles long and two miles wide. This volcano last erupted in 1790 and is a wonder by virtue of its size alone, as well as the highest point on Maui. The views from the top, at over 10,000 feet above sea level, are magnificent. From the rim, you'll be able to appreciate firsthand the unique beauty of this massive crater with its interesting mix of volcanic rock and plant life, some found only in Hawaii's craters. Then, visit the Maui Ocean Center and discover the mysterious world that lies hidden below the surface of Hawaii's oceans. At the center, you'll experience the spectacular "Underwater Journey," a close-up look at some of the beautiful and unique creatures only found in the waters of Hawaii. Note: This tour is not recommended for guests with respiratory or heart problems. We recommend you bring a sweater as temperatures range between 40-65 degrees Fahrenheit at the crater's top. Time allowed for an on your own lunch.
$69
Maui Plantation & Iao Valley
3 1/2 hours

Visit two of Maui's most beautiful and popular attractions. At the Maui Tropical Plantation, you'll enjoy a fully narrated 40-minute tram tour of the plantation’s agricultural villages, macadamia nut orchards, sugar cane fields and flower gardens and even see demonstrations of coconut husking, and a fruit tasting. You'll also have time to browse at the Made-on-Maui Marketplace. Then it's on to the most well-known and beautiful valley gorge on the 'Valley Island,' the Iao Valley. In antiquity, the people of Hawaii called this place 'Supreme Light' and considered it sacred. You will also visit one of Maui's most unique sights, the Iao Needle, a 2,250-foot cinder cone pinnacle that pierces the clouds and dominates the lush surroundings.
$49
Ocean Center & Iao Valley
3 1/2 hours

Combine the impressive natural beauty of Iao Valley State Park with the visit to the new Maui Ocean Center, where you'll discover the mysterious world that lies hidden below the surface of Hawaii's oceans. At the Maui Ocean Center you'll experience the spectacular "Underwater Journey," a close-up look at some of the beautiful and unique creatures only found in the waters of Hawaii. This firsthand look at life in the open ocean features a walk through a 54-foot tunnel stretching through a three-quartermillion gallon tank filled with sharks and tropical fish of every shape and size. Then it's on to the most well-known and beautiful valley gorge on the 'Valley Island,' the Iao Valley. In antiquity, the people of Hawaii called this place 'Supreme Light' and considered it sacred. You will visit one of Maui's most defining sights, the Iao Needle, a 2,250-foot cinder cone pinnacle that pierces the clouds and dominates its lush surroundings.
$49
Lahaina On Your Own - Roundtrip
1 1/2 hours

For the most convenient and cost efficient way to travel to Lahaina - a quaint town on the shores of West Maui - use this round-trip motorcoach service. You will ride in comfort for approximately 45 minutes each way, enjoying views of the spectacular West Maui Mountains and the tranquil coastline. Your motorcoach will make two stops, at Hilo Hatties and at the flagpole next to the Lahaina Wharf. Dozens of boutiques, shops, restaurants and historical sites will all be in easy walking distance from both locations. Note: Also check onboard at the Shore Excursion Desk as some tours may also combine with "Lahaina on your Own" giving you time in Lahaina in combination with another tour.
$26
Best Of Maui
6 hours

Combine all the highlights of West Maui on this comprehensive excursion: Iao Valley, Maui Tropical Plantation and the Maui Ocean Center. You'll start with a visit to the most well-known and beautiful gorge on the Valley Island, the Iao Valley. Here, you'll visit one of Maui's most striking sights, the Iao Needle, a 2,250-foot cinder cone pinnacle that pierces through the clouds and dominates its lush surroundings. Next, stop at Maui Tropical Plantation, where you'll enjoy a fully narrated 40-minute tram tour through macadamia nut orchards, agricultural villages, sugar cane fields and flower gardens, followed by a delicious lunch. Then at the Maui Ocean Center, experience the Underwater Journey that gives you an up-close look at some of the beautiful creatures only found in Hawaii's waters.
$95
Road To Hana
8 1/2 hours

Sit back and enjoy the sights along the famed Hana Highway without having to navigate the twisting, curving road yourself. An expert driver takes the wheel, while you take in the incredible scenery: lava cliffs, tumbling waterfalls, the rugged northern coastline and tropical hillsides. You'll visit various sites along the way to 'Heavenly Hana,' the wonderfully isolated, unspoiled region between the eastern slopes of Haleakala and the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy lunch before heading to the Kipahulu District of Haleakala National Park. Here, you'll have the chance to photograph the glistening pools formed by several waterfalls cascading down the side of Haleakala. Note: This tour is not recommended for those guests who are prone to motion sickness or suffer from back problems, as part of the road traveled is unpaved.
$100
Atlantis Submarine
5 hours

Submerge yourself in the magnificent underwater world of Maui aboard an Atlantis Submarine. This once-in-a-lifetime journey is made aboard a 65-foot, fully air-conditioned submarine. Upon check-in you will board a shuttle to the submarine dive site, located just two miles from Lahaina harbor. En route, enjoy fantastic views of Maui's coastline. From December to April, you may find yourself escorted by whales! Upon arrival at the site, you will be transferred to the submarine to begin your underwater adventure. The Atlantis Submarine is the world's most technologically advanced passenger submarine, able to descend to depths of 125 feet. You will witness the watery world that surrounds you through two-and-a-half foot view ports and see a variety of exotic tropical fish, coral gardens and other exotic marine life. Note: Participants must be at least 36 inches in height and must be able to safely climb a nearly vertical seven-step ladder into and out of the submarine.
$99
Beach Day In Maui
5 hours

Enjoy a carefree afternoon on one of Maui's fabulous beaches! Your relaxing and fun-filled beach break begins with a scenic ride along the coastline to Maui's luxurious beach resort area. Awaiting you there is a complimentary beach chair. Relax in the sun or take a swim. After a few hours of fun-in-the sun or you will transfer back to the pier. If you choose to stay longer, you must arrange your own transportation back to the ship. Beach time is approximately three hours. Note: Wear a swimsuit and bring a towel. Other beach toys are available for rent.
$40
Molokini Crater Snorkel
5 hours

Departing from the pier, take a scenic drive to Ma'alaea Harbor where your catamaran will depart, taking you across the channel to Molokini which lies between Maui and Kahoolwe. Molokini, a crescent moon-shaped islet located less than three miles off Maui's southern coast, lies along Haleakala's southwest rift zone. This area is known as one of the top ten snorkel sites in the world and home to more than 250 species of fish including surgeon fish, tangs, parrot fish, Moorish idols and more! After snorkeling at Molokini, the boat makes a second stop at Turtle Arches where you can swim, snorkel and you may even encounter a Hawaiian green sea turtle! Note: We reserve the right to choose alternate snorkel sites depending on wind and sea conditions. Continental breakfast, delicious lunch, refreshments, all snorkel gear and floatation devices included.
$96
Maui Whale Watch
3 hours

Available ONLY December 1 – April 30 Each winter one-third of all North Pacific Whales migrate 3,000 miles to the warm waters of Hawaii, from their feeding grounds in Alaska. Join a certified marine naturalist for an opportunity to experience these legendary creatures up-close. Throughout your adventure, a guide will interpret the whales’ fascinating behavior and share with you the latest whale discoveries. Listen to their ethereal songs through underwater hydrophones and enjoy an unforgettable experience that you will never forget. Note: All efforts will be made to view the whales, but sightings cannot be guaranteed.
$59
Hana-haleakala Helicopter
2 1/2 hours

Enjoy a thrilling and narrated approximate 45-minute helicopter flight above the most spectacular sights in east Maui. Highlights include Haleakala Crater, the Seven Sacred Pools (Oheo Gulch), Hana Town, the lush Hana Rainforest and the rugged shoreline of northeast Maui.
$239
West Maui - Molokai Air Tour
2 1/2 hours

Combine an aerial tour of west Maui with an approximately 65-minute flight across the Pailolo Channel to Molokai - the Friendly Isle. Molokai has the world's highest, most spectacular sea cliffs, Hawaii's tallest waterfall, remote valleys and the famous Kalaupapa Peninsula, where Father Damien ministered to those afflicted with leprosy. This flightseeing tour combines a birds-eye view of Molokai's extravagant scenery with an exploration of the deep, meandering valleys and lush rainforest of the West Maui Mountains.
$319
Pacific Paradise Luau
5 hours

In the traditional custom of old Hawaii, the sound of the Pu, the conch, signals the start of the festive Luau. You will be welcomed with a Hawaiian beverage at the entrance to the luau grounds and have a chance to see the artwork of Hawaiian Polynesian artisans. As the sun sets off the ocean horizon and the beautiful evening sky appears, enjoy Hawaiian and Polynesian music as it sets the tone for demonstrations on traditional weaving, hula lessons and poi ball twirling. The unearthing of the Imu, the underground oven, will fascinate you. The Luau feast follows, featuring a bountiful buffet of Hawaiian delicacies and desserts. Then let the show begin, the "South Seas Spectacular - Hawaii Aloha," a journey of chant, song, dance and drama, through the isles of Hawaii and its South Pacific cousins. The evening climaxes with the spellbinding Samoan fire knife dance. Note: If there is a likelihood of rain, or any other weather or logistical problems, the Luau may be moved inside to the resort ballroom. Evening includes the show, dinner and unlimited complimentary drinks.
$95
Sunset Cocktail Cruise
3 hours

Kanikapila is a local expression describing a relaxed and fun evening celebration, featuring onolicious food and dakine music. Now, you can experience the local-style fun of Kanikapila aboard a sailing catamaran out of historic Lahaina Harbor. You will enjoy two hours of cruising the Lahaina coastline. This barefoot cruise also includes entertainment by a Hawaiian guitarist and a short talk on Hawaii's legends and lore top off your magical evening.
$69
Rainforest & Waterfall Hike
5 hours

Travel to beautiful cascading waterfalls, visit a lush 30-acre tropical botanical garden and hike an untamed wilderness. Your tour begins with a narrated drive along the historic Hana Highway, a road famous for its lush tropical scenery and dramatic coastline. Your destination is a wonderful botanical garden called the Garden of Eden, a manicured nature park with an abundance of palms, tropical trees and flowering plants. After a brief tour of the garden, you'll descend 300 feet into the wilderness, taking a private switchback trail carved out of the hillside. At the end of the trail you hike upstream to discover 30-and 40-foot waterfalls and beautiful pools - the perfect spot for a rest, snack and refreshing swim. After your day in paradise, you will return to the pier via air-conditioned van. Note: Participants must be at least 6 years of age. Wear a swimsuit and bring a towel.
$129
Haleakala Ranch Zipline
3 3/4 hours

Haleakala Ranch provides a number of top adventures for you to choose from: Horseback Riding, ATV Riding and Zip Trek Tours. Your day of fun starts with a bus ride through the heart of Maui, to mid-way up Haleakala Volcano, from where you will see spectacular views from 4,000 feet above sea level. Soar over and through the trees along the slopes of one of the world's largest volcanoes. This zipline adventure blends a short hiking experience with a series of zipline crossings. Note: Participants must be at least 12 years of age and weigh no more than 265 lbs. Closed-toe shoes are required.
$149
Haleakala Ranch Horseback Ride
3 1/2 hours

Your day of fun starts with a bus ride through the heart of Maui, to mid-way up Haleakala Volcano, from where you will see spectacular views from 4,000 feet above sea level. Enjoy an approximate 1 1/2 ride, Paniolo-style across Haleakala Ranch. Ride through tall, fragrant eucalyptus trees and across lush pastures with panoramic views of the valley and ocean below. Note: Riders must be at least 10 years of age and weigh no more than 235 lbs. Closed-toe shoes are required. Pregnant women not permitted.
$155
Lanai 4 X 4 Trekker
8 hours

Add a fifth beautiful island to your itinerary - the most secluded of the Hawaii Islands, Lanai. Your tour begins as you board the fast passenger ferry in Lahaina Harbor. During your 45-minute voyage across the Auau Channel to Lanai, you will enjoy great open-ocean views of all the islands of Maui County, including Maui, Molokai, Kahoolawe, Molokini and Lanai. To start your 3 hour tour of Lanai, you will be taken to a unique ironwood forest. Then visit the Garden of the Gods - a stunning, natural red rock that often inspires visions of a visit to Mars. Other highlights include Shipwreck Beach, where you will enjoy breathtaking views of Molokai and the shipwreck that gives the beach its name. Following your Lanai expedition, you will return to the ferry terminal for your ride back to Lahaina Harbor. Note: Tour includes a snack.
$184
Maui Downhill Cycle Adventure
5 1/2 hours

Take the downhill bicycle ride of your life as you bike down Haleakala Volcano. Enjoy the beauty as you travel at speeds up to 20 miles per hour through some of the most unique parts of Maui. Your adventure begins with a van ride to the summit and will end at the Sunrise Market and Protea Farm. Complete safety instructions, safety helmet, windbreakers, gloves and the bicycle will be provided. You'll be escorted by an expert volcano guide, and followed by an escort van. Note: Participants must be at least 12 years of age, at least five feet tall and weigh no more than 250 lbs. Pregnant women are prohibited from this excursion. Bring a jacket or sweatshirt as temperatures can be cool at the summit and wear closed-toe shoes. This tour is not for beginners.
$109
Catch A Wave!
5 hours

Surf's up! You will be met by your instructors and led to the beach. Expert surfers will first instruct you on land. Then paddle out to ride your first wave! You will be 'hanging ten' in no time. After your lessons, feel free to practice on the surfboard provided or relax on the beach. If you wish to stay on the beach longer than the time allotted you may return to the ship on your own. Note: Participants must be at least 4 years of age. Wear a swimsuit and bring a towel.
$85
Discover Scuba - Beginner
7 hours

If you ever wanted to try Scuba, but just never had the chance or the time, this could be the ideal tour for you. Learn the basics of Scuba diving aboard your dive boat and then practice those skills on a line/bar attached to the dive boat at a shallow depth. Once you're comfortable, you'll put your newly acquired skills into action on a guided Scuba dive with your instructor. Explore the underwater world on this once-in-a-lifetime experience! Note: Participants must be at least 10 years of age. This is not a certification program. Waterproof cameras may not be used by guests while diving, as per PADI standards. This tour is non-refundable.
$149
Turtle Reef Scuba
7 hours

This two-tank certified Scuba dive offers a chance to dive at one of west Maui's premiere locations, Turtle Reef. Hawaii is known for its wide variety of beautifully colored marine species. Keep your eyes open for the turtles and manta rays that call this reef area home. Maximum depth for the dive is 40 feet. Note: Participants must be at least 10 years of age. This tour is non-refundable.
$139
Maui Sporting Clays
4 hours

Get behind the wheel and guide yourself through one of Hawaii's gorgeous islands. You will be escorted from the ship to the location where your selected vehicle will be awaiting you. You will also be supplied with a local map that will provide you with directions to and from the popular areas. Note: Drivers must be at least 21 years of age and provide a valid drivers license. Cars are subject to availability.
$144
Discover Windsurfing
3 hours

With a great combination of trade winds and surf, Maui is considered to be one of the best destinations in the world for windsurfing. Join us at Kanaha Beach Park, the best spot to learn this fun activity. Begin on the beach where your instructor will provide safety tips and windsurfing techniques. You'll learn the basics of sail trim, board steering, and turning. You'll be sailing out and back in no time. Note: Participants must be at least 7 years of age and weigh between 60-250 lbs. All equipment is provided, including water shoes and a vest. Wear a swimsuit and bring a towel.
$90
Haleakala Ranch ATV Adventure
3 1/2 hours

Your day of fun starts with a bus ride through the heart of Maui, to mid-way up Haleakala Volcano, from where you will see spectacular views from 4,000 feet above sea level. Feel the exhilaration of riding a fully automatic deluxe All-Terrain Vehicle. All equipment including helmets, goggles, gloves and a safety briefing will be provided. The length of ride is approximately seven miles. Note: Participants must be at least 16 years of age to drive. Closed-toe shoes are required. Not recommended for people with back or heart problems. Pregnant women are not permitted.
$169
Lanai Catamaran, Beach & Sail
10 hours

Embark from historic Lahaina Harbor on an adventure fit for Hawaiian Royalty. You'll board Trilogy's custom designed sailing catamaran and set course for the island of Lanai. En route, Trilogy's expert Captain and crew will serve you Mom Coon's famous homemade cinnamon rolls, baked fresh every morning. Lunch is served as the catamaran approaches the sea cliffs on Lanai's south shore. After snorkeling you may want to take a short hike, visit the resort or just lounge in the sun. Your adventure also includes a locally guided van tour through the former plantation and quaint village of Lanai City. Then, Trilogy's Captain and crew will serve you its renowned barbeque chicken dinner with all the trimmings at Trilogy's private Hale O Manele pavilion overlooking the harbor. On your return to Maui, trade wind sailing is what Trilogy does best! Note: Participants must weigh no more than 200 lbs. We recommend you wear a swimsuit and bring a towel.
$249
Haleakala Bicycling At Sunrise
8 hours

What would motivate you to wake up in the wee hours of the morning? Would you do it for one of the most spectacular sunrises you'll possible see in your lifetime? Combine this, with the excitement and beauty of biking down a dormant volcano, some 10,000 feet above sea level, and you've created some great memories. Your adventure begins with a van ride to the summit to Mount Haleakala. Enjoy the beauty as you coast over 38 miles at a speed of up to 20 miles per hour on your downhill descent. Complete safety instructions, helmet, windbreaker, gloves and a bicycle are provided. Continental breakfast and lunch is included. Note: Participants must be at least 12 years of age, a minimum of five feet tall and weigh no more than 250 lbs. You must be a competent rider (no beginners please). Pregnant women are prohibited from riding bicycles on this excursion. Bring a jacket or sweatshirt and closed-toe shoes are required. Eye protection is recommended.
$149
Haleakala Crater At Sunrise
6 hours

You can sleep when you return home from vacation! This very early morning adventure takes you to the top of the world's largest dormant volcano, Haleakala. Rising over 10,000 feet from sea level, Haleakala is renowned for its raw beauty and unique scenery. At the summit, some 10,000 feet above sea level, is a vast crater, the size of Manhattan. You'll marvel at the Crater's eerie lunar-like landscape of cinder cones and ancient lava formations. The view is absolutely amazing. On clear days, you'll even enjoy views of Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea in the distance. Note: This tour is not recommended for guests with respiratory or heart problems. We recommend you wear bring a sweater as temperatures range between 40-65 degrees Fahrenheit. We do not guarantee the weather will permit viewing sunrise. Coffee and pastry also included.
$69
Whale Watch & Sunset Cruise
3 hours

Available ONLY mid-December through April. What better way to enjoy your overnight stay on Maui than with a magical afternoon searching for humpback whales combined with a romantic sunset cruise. Your afternoon begins as we cruise out from Maalaea Harbor, led by certified marine naturalists who will share with you the fascinating behaviors of the humpback whales and latest whale discoveries. You'll be able to listen to their ethereal songs through underwater hydrophones, and keep your eyes open and the camera ready as these gentle giants pop up when you least expect it. As the sun lowers into the horizon enjoy the famous Maui sunset and the magical views of the coastline. Light appetizers and refreshments will be served throughout the cruise. A perfect evening in paradise. Note: The likelihood of seeing whales is good, but sightings are not guaranteed.