The road to Hana is filled with an amazing variety of things to do. Our Incredible Journey to Hana takes you beyond Hana into the National Park at Oheo Gulch, home of the Seven Pools. Considered one of the best road to Hana tours in Maui because of the opportunity to go into the National Park, swim in a cool mountain pool, be awed by 200 foot waterfalls and hike up to an amazing bamboo forest. A Maui tour with Valley Isle Excursions is one that you will never forget.
Hike Maui tours have received rave reviews in dozens of travel publications for decades. We began in 1983. Our specialty is waterfalls and rainforests, and we also offer mountain ridge hikes, Haleakala Volcano and a combination of ocean kayaking, snorkeling and waterfalls hikes. Please see our website at www.hikemaui.com for complete information and lots of pictures. We can offer a dozen different hikes every day in a variety of spectacular environments. Our day hikes range from easy to strenuous. We provide extraordinary guide service, transportation to the trails, complete outfitting and a delicious lunch consisting of lots of fresh island fruit and choice of deli sandwiches. Tours range from three hours for $75 per person to eleven hours for $160 per person. Our most popular hikes are the half-day waterfalls and rainforest hikes for $110 from Central Maui or $130 including transportation from all resort locations
|Pacific Biodiesel, a pioneer in the development of biofuels is now offering Ag Tours. One primary crop, which is used to derive both food and energy, is sunflowers. In addition to being a potent force in the movement to replace fossil fuels with environmentally and economically organic feed stock. A fascinating and unique Maui activity.
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AUSTRALIA FIRES RAGE ON
by Jeff Stark
As I write this Australia is still burning. Some reports indicate that well over 100 fires in nearly every section of the continent are out of control. Estimates of wildlife loss go as high as 1 billion, including many endemic species which may go extinct as a result of the fires. So far about 15 million acres have burned across the country - an area roughly the size of West Virginia - and there is no reason to believe that these fires won't continue burning and growing for a long time to come.
Australia's fires are, in part, a function of the longest drought in Australia since Europeans first began to settle the continent. For several years the Australia fire season has grown by leaps and bounds and will undoubtedly continue and accelerate. Climate change is making wild fires hotter and more dispersed all the time. As urban development all over the globe continues, ... MORE
Mauians are serious about protecting the beauty and natural environment of our island home.
A big part of our strategy involves embracing and implementing a "Zero Waste" philosophy.
To find out how to help protect one of the planet's most special places when you visit Maui