Hana Tours of Maui Ohana

Aloha, thank you for your interest in learning more about us. We are locally owned and operated. Each member of our Ohana lives on Maui and most of us have families we are supporting with the work that we do together at Hana Tours of Maui. The office and vehicle base-yard are in Haiku. The Hana Tours of Maui Ohana is a great mix of talent, humor, and passion for Maui. We enjoy working with and supporting other local businesses on the island too.

Aloha is what drives us.

We do our best to share the aloha of Maui in a safe, respectful, and thoughtful manner. We comply with regulations set out by the Public Utilities Commission, Department of Transportation, Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, and more.

Each of our team members work in their passion and talents. Our drivers love sharing a fun day touring Maui, with top notch customer service. The warehouse and automotive team have a great attitude and attention to safety. The office team gets excited over paperwork, answering phone calls, and business relations. We all balance out. Are you interested in joining our team? If so, please give us a call &/or email us. It would be great to hear from you: 808-575-2317 or email: info@hanatoursofmaui.com

A hui hou! 

 

We are all in this together. We care! 

Hana Tours of Maui donates to local charities supporting our keiki (children), kai (ocean) and aina (land).

Maui Food Bank “Over 10,000 people in Maui County do not know where their next meal is coming from. The Maui Food Bank is our community’s primary safety net for providing hunger relief to those in need.” 

Imua Family Services mission is to “Empower children and their families to reach their full potential.” Helping children and their family work through developmental learning challenges using play-based instruction.

East Maui Watershed Partnership “The overall mission of EMWP is to protect the Watershed from degradation by protecting native forests and their component native species as well as educating the local community about conservation and other issues relating to watershed protection.”

Hawaii Wildlife Fund A non-profit organization dedicated to the native wildlife of Hawaii and protecting the states fragile marine ecosystem and inhabitants.

By working together and supporting each other, we can make the most of today and help make a brighter tomorrow.