West Maui is home to picturesque coastline, popular resort towns, and renowned snorkel spots. Drive around the West Maui mountain range in a loop! Check out the historic town of Lahaina, ancient Hawaiian petroglyphs, a Dragon tooth hiking trail, and the popular Nakalele Blowhole. It will blow your mind! Of course there are tons of beaches and viewpoints all along the way.

Here are just a few of the fun things you can do on the tour!

•⁠ Visit Maui Ocean Center
•⁠ Discover ancient Petroglyphs
•⁠ Check out the Nakalele Blowhole
•⁠ Walk around the historic town of Lahaina
•⁠ Snorkel at Honolua Bay
•⁠ Explore the Dragon Tooth trail
•⁠ Hike in Iao Valley State Park

Recommended Start Time: 10:00 a.m.
Tour Starting Point(s): Kahului
Direction: Clockwise, ending in Waikapu
Please Note: The entire road on this tour is paved; however, past the blowhole, there are some narrow, one-way sections of road that require extra caution. Ask your rental car company to ensure this is allowed and will not void your insurance.

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  • Beaches

  • Views

  • Hikes

  • Snorkeling

  • Local Food

  • Storytelling

Tour Stops

  • MauiOcean1-1

    Maui Ocean Center

  • Olowalu_Petroglyphs

    Olowalu Petroglyphs

  • Leoda’s Kitchen & Pie Shop

    Leoda’s Kitchen & Pie Shop

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  • 22. Wo_Hing_Temple

    Chinese Wo Hing Temple

  • kaanapali - whalers village

    Kaanapali Beach

  • Dragon's_Teeth_Maui

    Dragon's Tooth Trail

  • 45. DT fleming beach

    DT Fleming Beach

  • 48 slaughterhouse beach

    Slaughterhouse Beach

  • Honolua_Bay

    Honolua Bay View & Hike

  • West Maui -Nakalele Blowhole-thumbnail7

    Nakalele Blowhole

  • ohai trail-thumbnail6

    Ohai Trail

  • olivine pools

    Olivine Pool & Bellstone Rock


    Kahakuloa Town Food Stops

  • Bailey_House_Maui

    Old Bailey House Museum

  • Iao_Valley_State_Park_Maui._(11248131064)

    Iao Valley State Park

  • maui tropical plantation

    Maui Tropical Plantation



Tour FAQ’s

Where does the West Maui Coastline tour go?

This tour has three starting points, Kahului near the airport, Kaanapali, and Kapalua, and travels clockwise along the Western coast of Maui in a loop, ending near where you began. Here are some of the popular spots you can explore on the tour! 

  • Maui Ocean Center
  • Lahaina
  • Dragon Tooth Trail
  • Honolua Bay
  • Nakalele Blowhole 
  • Ohai Trail
  • Iao Valley 

For help planning your day check out our West Maui Coastline Tour suggested itinerary and here's everything you need to know before you go!

What should I pack for the West Maui Coastline Tour?

Here’s our packing list for this tour. It may seem a little long, but remember, what you bring depends on the activities you choose to do for the day. 

  • Sneakers 
  • Hiking Clothes 
  • Water Bottle 
  • Bug Spray 
  • Towel 
  • Bathing Suit 
  • Sandals 
  • Sunscreen 
  • Sun Glasses and/or Hat 
  • Snacks 
  • Cash 
  • Car Charger *Very Important*
  • Phone Mount 

What should I budget for the West Maui Coastline tour?

How much you spend truly depends on what you do along the tour route, but here’s a breakdown of some costs: $29.00 (adult)/ $19.00 (child) per person: Maui Ocean Center

  • $7.00 per person: Wo Hing Museum
  • $10.00 per car: Iao Valley State Park
  • $7.00 (adult)/ $2.00 (child) per person: Bailey House Museum
  • $15.00 per person: Lunch
  • $5.00-$10.00 per person: local snack like pie or shave ice 3

Can I join the West Maui Coastline tour along the route?

Yes! Feel free to join the tour along the route. Just make sure that you follow the numbers in chronological order from where you are starting from.  If you don’t begin at one of the tour starting points you’ll miss a few stories, but you’ll still have a great experience. 

Can I take the West Maui Coastline tour in the opposite direction?

No, this tour can only be done clockwise around the island ending in Waikapu

Can I swim at the beaches on this tour?

Yes, but it depends when you’re traveling. In the summer, the waves are generally calmer and safe for swimming. However, in the winter (October through March) waves can be extremely rough and we recommend you avoid swimming during this time. Always use your best judgement and please note there is only one beach with lifeguards on this tour and that’s at DT Fleming Beach.

Other Questions? Contact Us!

Still have questions? Send us an email at or give us a call on 1-888-250-2261.

Customer Reviews

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Daniel Gonzalez | May 2022
Great app. Very useful for the road ro Hana in Maui. We did the classic a few years ago. This time we did the reverse.

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Responded | May 2022

Amazing App

WhiDavis | May 2022
This was a great app! The tour guide gave lots of information about stops and history. Great app to use if it’s your first time.

Vikki Gaines | May 2022
His stories were enjoyable and the music brought amazing vibes! Tips on what to skip and cues to keep us aware of how long it would take us to get to certain parks was a MAJOR benefit, and probably the only reason we made to the Pipiwai Trail in time to make it to Paia by nightfall. I am truly grateful for that. So many good tips on how to make the most of the journey as well as insight on the culture and how to be respectful. I am concerned that the info on Venus pools has not been changed.

Shaka Guide

Responded | May 2022
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