Haleakala Tour with Optional Hana and Iao Valley Tour with Meals for Two at Maui Travel and Transport (61% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Groups of tourists take in the beauty of Haleakala and the Hana and Iao Valleys on tours that include snacks and meals

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. May be repurchased every 180 days. Not valid for clients active within the past 6 month(s). Reservation required. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed Groupon price). Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Pick up within 60 miles from 96753. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $280 for Haleakala tour for two ($720 value)
  • $360 for Haleakala upcountry tour plus Hana and Iao Valley tour for two ($920 value)

Both shuttle tours include stops for coffee at the horseback-riding area, photo ops, and snacks. The Haleakala tour includes breakfast, while the combo tour includes breakfast and lunch as well.

Three Things to Know About Binoculars

You may want to tote some binoculars along to make sure you take in all the sights. Read on for some tips on finding the ideal pair.

1. Binoculars are basically two telescopes stuck together. Each side is made up of a convex lens that magnifies distant objects and a prism that flips that image so it appears right-side up. Unlike the flat image of a telescope, however, the two images presented by binoculars give the illusion of depth, making it easier to get detailed, up-close views of a rare bird or an especially challenging Magic Eye poster.

2. Bigger is not always better. Binoculars are characterized by two numbers, such as 8x32. The first number describes the magnification—in this case, the image is enlarged eight times—and the second describes the diameter (in millimeters) of the objective lens, located at the wide end of the tube. Although increased magnification produces a sharper image, it also narrows the field of view and amplifies small hand movements, making it difficult to keep the image steady and follow moving objects. A larger objective lens lets more light in, producing a brighter image, but it can also make the binoculars a burden to carry on long treks. 

3. Different activities require different binoculars. Just as opera glasses are different from the coin-op viewfinders of Broadway theaters, the type of binoculars you’ll need will vary based on the activity. Consider different variables when selecting a pair such as larger lenses for detailed bird watching or a more compact design for casual walking tours. Always test out a pair (with your glasses on if you usually wear them) before making a purchase.

Customer Reviews

Awesome tour!
Sumit · December 16, 2014

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