Kahului Harbor

Hop-On Hop-Off

Trolley Tour

Quick Details

Duration: 9 Hours
Attractions Visited: 14
Transportation: Semi-private van
Pickup/Dropoff: Provided

Notes: Tour is suitable for all ages and we can take fold up strollers or fold up wheel chairs.

Hop-On Hop-Off Trolley Kahului Harbor-Maui

The Port of Kahului is located far from the more desired attractions. Making it difficult for passengers to experience what Maui has to offer. The Hula Hula Hopper Hop-on Hop-off Trolley allows the passengers coming through the port to get a great taste of Maui at an a affordable rate.
With a variety of loops through out the day, passengers can experience what Maui has to offer. Passengers can Hop on and off the trolley at any of the stops along the way. From there you can explore on your own, or book additional excursions. Come spend a day or two with us and let us show you what makes Maui No Ka Oi “The Best”!

Trolley Stops and Information

Kahului Harbor Pickup

Located away from most attractions the Hula Hula Hopper Trolley is the perfect way to experience the best Maui has to offer 

Paia Bay

Fine white beaches with teal waters adn a unique hippie vibe, these beaches are the perfect locations for a relaxing. Another added plus is there are no high rise hotels.

Town of Paia

The Bohemian-style town of Paia is a shopper paradise. Rich in local agricultural history this historical is the incarnation of Hawaii’s small-town charm. 

Baldwin Beach

Baldwin Beach is a wonderful, long, wide, sandy beach park just outside of Paia. Fully equipped with lifeguards, bathrooms, showers, barbecues, picnic tables and a covered pavilion.

Sugar Museum

The Sugar Museum is an historical and cultural repository for the artifacts, photos, and documents that depict the history of sugar on Maui.

Tropical Plantation

Located in the majestic Waikapū Valley learn how sugarcane & pineapples grow on the tram ride tour at this tropical working farm.

Maui Ocean Center

Home to one of the world’s largest displays of live Pacific corals, the Aquarium exhibits only marine life found in Hawaiian waters. The Aquarium highlights the beauty of Hawaii’s undersea world while perpetuating the deep connection between the Hawaiian people and the sea.

Sugar Beach

Known as the longest beach on Maui, Sugar Beach also known as Kealia Beach – is perfect for a long beach stroll. This sandy shoreline stretches for about 2.5 miles (4 km), from Haycraft Park in Ma’alaea all the way to north Kihei.

Heritage Park and Ho'okipa Beach

Ho’okipa Beach is a beautiful beach park near Pāʻia on the north shore on the island of Maui Hawaii. The name Ho’okipa translates from Hawaiian to English as Hospitality.

Iao Valley

Iao Valley State Monument is the place to be if you like the tropical flora of Hawaii. Take a walk on the Iao Needle Lookout Trail and Ethnobotanical Loop.

Bailey Museum

Known for its incredible collection of Hawaiian antiques and artifacts, the Bailey House Museum is the largest and oldest history museum in Maui, Hawaii.

Kite Beach

Kite Beach, Maui is the world center of high performance kiteboarding. Here, within a couple hundred yards of beach, you can daily see the world’s best kiteboarders, skimming, flying, twisting, doing the impossible!

Missionary Church

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Union Church

Makawao Union Church is a church near Makawao on the Hawaiian island of Maui. It was founded by New England missionary Jonathan Smith Green during the Kingdom of Hawaii.

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