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Take in South Maui with Kimo’s Self-Guided Electric Bike Tours! 

Enjoy South Maui and all if has to offer on an exciting electric bike.  Cover lots of ground and enjoy stopping along the way on an electric bike self-guided tour. Ride to Wailea to experience the beautiful Wailea Coastal trail and then snorkel one of the many epic beaches right off the trail! (Mōkapua Beach, Ulua Beach, Polo Beach or Wailea Beach).

Take in the beaches and streets of South Maui while accessing epic snorkeling spots on your electric bike. Experience the ease and fun of riding an e-bike along the scenic coast of South Maui.  Expect to experience Maui at its best with cool ocean breezes and wonderful eats.   We are thrilled to share our love for the coastline in a fun, active, and accessible way through e-biking.  Adventure awaits you on Maui!

Departure Location:

 1770 South Kihei Road, Kihei HI 96753

What’s Included:

  • Helmet & Bike Lock
  • Saddle Bag
  • Backpack (upon request)
  • Detailed Self-Guided Tour Directions
  • Electric Bike
  • Snorkel Gear & Carry Bag


  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • You must know how to ride a bike.
  • You must wear a helmet (Provided)
  • The minimum Rider age is 15 for Fugi Bikes, and 18 for RAD Power Bikes
  • Must sign the liability waiver
  • Riders must meet minimum height of 4’10”
  • Riders must meet minimum inseam 31″
  • Riders weight must be at or below maximum payload of 275 lbs.
  • Closed-toed shoes are strongly recommended.
  • Not recommended for travelers with back problems
  • Not recommended for travelers with heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers

Suggested Stops for the South Maui Electric Bike Tour


1 Charley Young Beach

Sand bordered by lava rock formations. This beach turns into the first of the Kam beaches on the south end. There are fresh water showers but no toilets at Charley Young Beach. Access through Lliili Rd or Kaiau Pl. For snorkeling, follow the lava rock formations along the edge of this beach into the water to view plentiful marine life including sea turtles.

2 Kamaole Beach Park 1, 2, 3

These iconic south Maui beaches line South Kihei Rd and are all great opportunities for a refreshing dip in the ocean. Kamaole 3 has the most facilities and plenty of grass and picnic tables to relax in the shade.

3 Keawakapu Beach

Long, sandy beach great for walking or swimming. Accessible through the parking lot adjacent to the Days Inn or from the very end of S Kihei Rd. There is a grassy area for lounging at the north end of the beach. Coral reef lines the north end of the beach, turtles and other sea life as well as magnificent sea floor patterns can be enjoyed along the length of the beach.

4 Wailea Boardwalk

Easy 3 mile coastal boardwalk stretching from the Andaz Resort (Ulua Beach) to the Fairmont Kea Lani (Polo Beach). Beautiful ocean views, access to numerous snorkeling and beach access points.

5 Ulua Beach

This is the start of the Wailea boardwalk and a series of beaches, all equally beautiful. A reef system borders Ulua and Mokapu beaches with hills and valleys to explore between lava fingers running beneath the surface.

6 Wailea Beach

The first public beach access point with facilities past the Shops of Wailea. Access point for the Wailea boardwalk and easy ocean entrance point. Lava rock formations stretch to a long point from the end of the beach and satellite reefs host thriving marine life.

7 Polo Beach

This is the end of the Wailea boardwalk and another beautiful beach fronting the Fairmont Kea Lani resort. You’ll find full facilities as well as a small grass area and tables for picnicking or resting here. For snorkeling, follow the shoreline north of the beach, entering just before the rocks that border the sand for excellent clarity and marine life.

8 Maluaka Beach

White sand beach with grass picnic area and facilities at the southern end. To get to the south end of the beach by bicycle, you’ll need to enter from Makena Keonoio Rd. You’ll find beautiful snorkeling along either end of the beach, following the rocky outcrops.

9 Big Beach/Makena

One of Maui’s most famous beaches with a wide, long expanse of sand. Not great for swimming due to currents and waves.

10 Ahihi-Kinau Reserve

The small bay along the roadside is a great snorkeling spot where you’ll find larger marine life due to fishing regulations. You can also follow the trail from the main parking lot just a bit further down the road to access a larger rocky beach area and reef access.

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