Our Haleakala Tour has complete narration all the way to the summit of our dormant volcano, then out to 'Ulupalakua and beyond all the way to Kipahulu for those choosing to drive in that direction. Good for sunrise and daytime. Even shows you the last places to get food and gas.
Our narration up Haleakala works for sunrise or daytime. You'll even hear, and see on our Haleakala Map section, the last places for gas and food on the way up. Note: you need a reservation for the Haleakala sunrise because of its popularity. Get sunise reservations here.
Near the summit of Haleakala, there are different views into the crater, or "caldera" as the rangers would like us to call it. The photo above shows the covered viewing platform at the Leleiwi Overlook.
10,023 foot-high Haleakala is the larger of the two volcanos that make up the island of Maui. The other one is Halemahina. Haleakala means house of the sun, Halemahina means house of the moon.