Banana Bungalow Maui Tour Details (Mon-Thurs)

Monday – Hike 5 miles through the beautiful, lush green Iao valley. Pick off fruit from trees to snack on while trekking. End the tour by taking a dip in a stream.

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Tuesday – My favorite tour, the road to Hana. Drive through the most scenic part of Maui. Swim through pitch black caves and bathe in a black sand beach. Stop for freshly baked banana bread. Swim and climb up waterfalls at the seven sacred pools, a series of fresh water pools that fall into one another and ultimately flow into the ocean. End the day watching the sunset between the sea and the mountains.

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Wednesday – Relaxing day. Snorkel with colorful fish and turtles in posh Ka’anapali. Jump off Black Rock. Walk around Lahaina’s charming Front street and maybe catch the sunset on the beach.

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Thursday – Another fun beach day. Swim with turtles in Turtle Town. Then head over to Life’s a Beach bar in Kihei for $1 mai tais. Eat dinner sitting on the rocks overlooking the beach. Watch yet another gorgeous sunset.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. hey there, i plan to travel to maui solo next month, so really great to read your. love the pic of you (i suppose) sitting by the waterfall :)! so you’d recommend banana bungalow for a girl traveling solo? also, would not having a car in maui be a problem, you think? really looking forward to your tips 😉

    1. Hi! Thanks for reading and glad you found my blog helpful! I would definitely recommend Banana Bungalow for solo female travelers – There are many other solo girls at the hostel and it’s very easy to meet people and make friends. You don’t need a car if you are staying at the hostel because they take you everywhere you need to go with their tours, which happen every day. If staying elsewhere, a car is a must, but Banana Bungalow keeps you busy and I never felt the need for one. You are going to have so much fun! Enjoy your travels and let me know if you have any other questions!

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