Haleakala National Park

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Breathtaking landscapes, scenic sunsets and unique flora and fauna, the 30,000-acre Haleakala National Park is a must stop when visiting this beautiful island. Hosting the Haleakala mountain, Maui’s highest peak, experiencing and photographing natural surroundings can be inspiring and memorable. The Park Headquarters Visitor Center, Haleakala Visitor Center, the summit building and Hosmer Grove picnic area are wheelchair accessible. Also, public accessible restrooms and parking are available and for visitors for hearing impairment, a script is available in Park Headquarters Visitor Center and Haleakala Visitor Center. Service animals are welcome!

Detailed information

Bathroom available
Yes, but it's not accessible

Guaranteed accessibility features

  • Accessible free entrance

Know before you go

What is included

  • Park entrance

What is not included

  • Assistants

  • Accessible transportation

  • Insurance

  • Tour Guide

  • Adaptive equipment


Maui, Hawaii, USA


Maui, Hawaii, USA


  • Default Rate$15 USD

Taxes are included in the total price. Prices may vary during the payment process.

Frequently asked questions

The tours we offer are designed to accommodate all kind of disabilities. Our travel experts can help you find the right tour to meet your accessibility needs.

Depending on the traffic, the drive to Kahului takes 45 minutes - 1 hour, to Kīhei, 1 - 1.5 hours and to Lāhainā: 1.5 - 2 hours.

The park does not close unless there is extreme, hazardous weather. The park posts updates with current alerts and conditions for any such closures. Check current conditions before planning any park activities.

Camping in Haleaklā National park is limited to 3 nights in 30 days. A permit is required for backcountry cabin and tent camping.