1. What vehicle do you use for tours?
2. Are you fully licensed to carry passengers?
3. What is the maximum number of people you can take on a tour?
4. Can children come along?
5. Do you mix up Different groups to fill up your vehicle?
Absolutely not! We offer exclusively private tours for parties that know each other and are traveling together.
6. What is your cancellation policy?
7. What happens if it rains?
8. What should I wear or bring?
Depending on the tour you’ve selected, we may have opportunities to swim, so if you want to get wet, the best is to wear your swim suit under your clothes, as there are no changing rooms. Wear sporty clothes that you won’t mind getting wet or muddy, and shoes that can get wet (trainers, water shoes, or Keens type).
Also bring a change of dry clothes, a light jacket or long sleeve shirt, a pair of flip-flops or sandals, a hat, sunglasses, and a beach towel from your hotel.
Bring any medication you might need, such as anti-histamine if you tend to have allergies, Dramamine or Bonine if you suffer from motion sickness—roads tend to be windy around here!
It’s also a good idea to bring some spending cash in case you’re tempted by one of the roadside banana bread, ice cream shop, local jewelry or else. Gratuity for your guide is optional but always very much appreciated.
Last but not least, bring your phone/camera, and your sense of adventure! You can also rent our GoPro Hero3 for just $50/day (including accessories), and you get to keep the miniSD card with all your photos.
That’s it! We take care of pretty much everything else.
9. What should I leave at the hotel?
On board, we will have umbrellas, flashlights, reef-safe sunscreen, insect repellent, a first-aid kit, handy wipes, our “courtesy kit” (toilet paper and feminine products), and a cooler with water.
10. What about food & drinks?
11. I’m not very fit/adventurous/mobile, will I be able to keep up?
12. We just want someone to drive us around for the day (or several days), can you do that?
13. We are interested in other activities on Maui, can you help us with that?
14. Should we tip our guide?
Gratuity for your guide is customary but optional, as is usual in the tourism industry, but it is always much appreciated. If your guide has gone the extra mile to show you a great time, by all means, "share the love!"