COVID SAFETY & PRECAUTIONS
Aloha, and welcome to Maui Tour Company!
As the Covid pandemic sweeps across the world, it’s imperative that we protect ourselves, family, friends, and others from the spread of the COVID virus. We are committed to doing everything we can to take precautionary measures the best we can including the following:
- Our vans are fully disinfected after every tour using the CDC recommended guidelines.
- Vans are parked in the sun as per weather allows and we do not schedule tours within 2 days concurrent as per CDC recommendations.
- Masks are required on every tour (we will provide them if you do not have your own, free of charge)
*Wearing masks inside the van is up to you and your guide, a good general rule of thumb is if there are
other people around, we will wear a mask.
- Hand Sanitizer will be available inside the vans and you are encouraged to use it liberally after touching any public surfaces.
- With our precautions and the testing adopted by Maui County I believe us to be one of the safest tours
available in the United States and especially Hawaii.
A Quick Note From the Owner:
My name’s Marty, and the most important thing to me is that you leave with a great impression of our tour company. Email and phone calls/text go directly to me, there’s no corporate unaccountability here (don’t you love hitting a brick wall with Verizon customer service before they drop your call?) Not here. We here at Maui Tour Company are fully and proactively committed to ensuring the safety of our clients, guides and most importantly the large proportion of elderly local residents of Maui (esp. in rural Hana).
In Hawaiian culture the Kupuna (elderly) play the most integral role in Hawaiian life. There’s no techie jobs here: The Kupuna teach the younger generation the ways of the land, to feel and hear the soul of the aina, which encompasses the ocean, the mountains, the wai and the kai (the streams and oceans), the secrets of medicinal plants and their great great grandfather’s secret fishing spots…As visitors and long time residents, we will never see/feel the island in the same way as Kanaka Maoli, and it is our Kuleana (responsibility) to do everything we can to respect and protect that without compromise. The Hawaiian culture and people are a priceless, valuable and endangered culture. Let’s help to protect what makes this place so special!