Where Maui - - THE GUIDE -

CRUISER PHIL’S VOL­CANO RID­ERS Re­lax and en­joy the scenic view by van on your way up to the sum­mit of Haleakala Vol­cano and then get ready for the ride of your life as you coast down 28 miles to the his­toric town of Paia at sea level. Both sun­rise and morn­ing tours of­fer ho­tel pick up and drop off. Bi­cy­cles, gloves, wind suits, win­ter jack­ets and hel­mets are pro­vided along with cof­fee and snacks prior to the tour. cruis­er­ 808.893.2332.

HALEAKALA BIKE COM­PANY Self­paced and self-guided tours in­clude a 24-speed moun­tain bike with front and rear disc brakes, hel­met and back­pack. bike­ 808.575.9575, 888.922.2453.

HIKE MAUI From 10-foot can­non­ball jumps into sa­cred pools to hik­ing along the rush­ing wa­ter­falls of Hana to the desert-like ter­rain of Mt. Haleakala, Hike Maui has the key to the is­land’s most ex­hil­a­rat­ing trail ad­ven­tures. Var­i­ous tours and pack­ages cater to dif­fer­ent ages and fit­ness lev­els. Highly trained guides will lead you safely through all Hike Maui ad­ven­tures. hike­ 808.879.5270.

KAHOMA RANCH What bet­ter way to end your vroom-vroom roar­ing dune buggy rides, while tak­ing in spec­tac­u­lar scenic views of West Maui moun­tains and land­scape, than with a swoosh and ker­plunk dunk into the val­ley’s fresh-water reser­voir. From chil­dren to adults (pre­tend­ing to be chil­dren), vis­i­tors of all ages agree that the cul­mi­na­tion on the Kahoma Ranch’s water slides make for an ex­pe­ri­ence like no other. ka­ 305 Keawe St., 808.667.1978.

KULA COUN­TRY FARMS MAUI Lo­cals flock to Kula Coun­try Farms to comb through rows and rows of the ripened red berries (dur­ing the spring/sum­mer) and pump­kin patch (dur­ing the win­ter months). Keiki can par­take in fun ac­tiv­i­ties in the gar­den, such as mini- golf and bocce ball. The farm stand also of­fers fresh fruits and veg­eta­bles through­out the sea­son for ev­ery­one to en­joy. ku­la­coun­try­farms­ 6240 Kula Hwy., 808.878.8381.

PIIHOLO RANCH ZI­PLINE This se­v­en­gener­a­tion fam­ily owned cat­tle ranch now of­fers Maui’s long­est side-by-side zi­pline - run­ning over a half-mile long. En­joy coastal and canyon views as you zip through a lush Hawai­ian for­est. pi­iholozi­ 799 Piiholo Rd., 808.572.1717.

PROFLYGHT PARAGLID­ING SCHOOL OF HAWAII Train to fly tan­dem or solo over Mt. Haleakala and look down into “The House of The Sun.” paraglide­ 1598 Waipoli Rd., 808.874.5433.

ROBERTS HAWAII With more than 75 years of ex­pe­ri­ence in pro­vid­ing first-class transportation ser­vices and per­son­al­ized sight-see­ing tours and ex­cur­sions, let Roberts Hawaii be your guide to the is­land of Maui. 800.831.5541.

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