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West Maui: Self-Guided E-Bike, Hike and Snorkel Excursion Departing from Lahaina


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

Our most popular tour: The West Maui Electric Bike Tour takes the rider along the Lahaina coast with amazing panoramic views leading up to Kapalua Bay to experience the beautiful Kapalua Coastal Trail and then snorkeling at Kahekili Beach!

Looking for a fun and healthy activity while on vacation? Do you really want the added stress of driving in traffic, finding parking, and figuring out where to go and what to do in unfamiliar surroundings?

Relax, take it easy and break away from the crowded group tours. Explore West Maui’s beautiful coastline at your own pace with our self-guided eBike, hike, and snorkel tours. You can create an itinerary designed just for you based on our supplied map and recommended stops along the way. You have up to 6 hours and can choose as many stops as you have time for

Self-guided eBike hike and snorkel tours provide an environmentally responsible, fun, and healthy way to experience the island. Using eBike’s as alternative means of transportation helps preserve Hawaii’s natural resources by reducing the carbon footprint created by rental cars and large tour boats.

eBike’s are like regular bicycles but have the added benefit of an electric motor that provides smooth, quiet pedal assistance on demand. We offer two different styles of Rad Power eBikes that are designed to accommodate a wide range of rider heights and sizes. These bikes are fully equipped with disc brakes, headlights, taillights & brake lights! Kimo’s electric bikes are powerful. The 750W motor and five levels of peddle assist delivers enhanced hill climbing capabilities and can reach speeds up to 18 mph.

Departure Location:

156 Lahainluna Road, Lahaina, HI 96761

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 Fuji 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 West Maui Electric Bike Tour


1 Kapalua Coastal Trail (Easy)

This is a beautiful hike through lava fields and wilderness, alongside the ocean, and beside luxury hotels and condos, in the northwest corner of Maui. This easy hike is 1.76 miles one way, or about three and a half miles round trip. It runs from the south end of Kapalua Bay to D.T. Fleming Beach.

2 Dragon’s Teeth (Easy)

This short (0.5 mile) West Maui hike travels to The Dragon’s Teeth, a unique lava formation along Makaluapuna Point. The geological formations that make up the “Dragon’s Teeth” were created by a lava flow that met the ocean and was blown back by strong winds and powerful waves.

3 Kapalua Bay Beach

Voted best beach in America twice. This beach has it all. Great for snorkeling, swimming, scuba diving, and relaxing on the white-sand beach. There are showers, restrooms, and a grassy area.

4 Kahekili Beach Park (Airport Beach)

Great snorkeling and less crowded than neighboring Ka’anapali beach. Has a pavilion, benches, picnic tables, full restrooms, and a large grassy area.

5 Black Rock

Excellent snorkeling for turtle sightings, abundant marine life along the rocky point extending from Ka’anapali Beach. You can hear the whales singing during winter months. Very popular spot for cliff jumping from the famous black rock located in front of the Sheraton.

6 Whaler’s Village

West Maui’s largest shopping center, this is a great place to stop for lunch or ice cream. Visit the wildlife center to learn about local marine life, relax in the courtyard seating area and shop for souvenirs.

7 Ka’anapali Beach

Once named America’s best beach this 3 mile stretch of white sand beach and crystal-clear water has it all snorkeling, surfing, scuba diving, shopping, dining, and incredible views.

8 Hanakao’o Beach Park (Canoe Beach)

Coastline beach park stretching from the Hyatt at the north to the entrance of Front Street to the south. Great snorkeling, pavilions, picnic tables, full restrooms, and grassy areas.

9 Lahaina aka Lele (relentless sun)

Lahaina has a rich history. It was once the capital of the Hawaiian Kingdom. It was also a booming whaling town in the 1800’s. Now Lahaina has been transformed into Maui’s hot spot (pardon the pun) with unique shopping, art galleries, great restaurants, historical buildings, and ancient Hawaiian points of interest.

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