Haleakalā National Park is a unique and protected treasure. Haleakalā Volcano's summit, the highest point on Maui, is home to some of the world's most beautiful sunrises.
Start your day with an experience unlike any other as Haleakalā National Park awakens with a bright, beautiful sunrise to reveal breathtaking views. The Haleakalā National Park Sunrise tour is the #1 rated TripAdvisor tour experience on Maui and is an adventure that you shouldn't miss.
Enjoy two of Maui's most popular activities in one day! Watch the magnificent sunrise at the summit of Haleakalā National Park, then zipline through eucalyptus trees and soar across massive canyons on our award-winning Skyline Haleakalā zipline adventure.
Spend your morning with us on an unforgettable Maui adventure. Witness the breathtaking Haleakalā National Park Summit Sunrise, bike down the slopes of Haleakalā on 21 switchbacks, and then soar above 90-foot drops on our Skyline Haleakalā Zipline adventure course. Three of the most popular things to do on Haleakalā, all in one tour!
Your adventure begins with a picturesque drive up the mountain into majestic Haleakalā National Park. After a visit to the park you will soar over 90-foot drops and canyons filled with eucalyptus trees on your Skyline Haleakalā zipline adventure.
Enjoy Haleakalā National Park, Ali’i Kula Lavender, and Makawao Town, three must-see attractions in Upcountry Maui. A hosted lunch is included at Ali'i Kula Lavender.
From sunrise to sunset, Haleakalā National Park and Upcountry Maui offer memories for a lifetime. As beautiful as Haleakalā pictures are, nothing captures the bucket-list experience like actually being here. Make the most of your trip to Haleakalā National Park with a Skyline Hawaii guided tour. Let us do the navigating while you enjoy the views. You will also learn about the significance of Haleakalā National Park along the way.
Haleakalā is a massive shield volcano that makes up more than 75% of the Hawaiian Island of Maui. The tallest peak of Haleakalā, at 10,023-feet (3,055 m), is called Puʻu ʻUlaʻula (Red Hill). From the summit, you look down into a massive depression that is 7-miles across, 2-miles wide, and nearly 2,600-feet deep.
We’re committed to the preservation of Hawaii’s landscape and culture, and we want as many people as possible to experience the natural wonder of the Hawaiian Islands.