Haleakalā National Park is an inspiring outdoor classroom rich in cultural and natural history. Many visitors enjoy learning about the area they are visiting by interacting with park staff. Park naturalists present a variety of interpretive programs throughout the year including cultural demostrations, citizen scientist projects, and guided talks and walks. Please ask about times and locations for ranger-guided walks and talks, and check our social media accounts for any special events while you visit!
View a list of ranger programs to will go through September 29th. This includes Ranger-led hikes, Ranger talks, crater talks, nature walks, and sunset programs.
There are also Cultural Resource tours that will be ongoing. These tours include a behind the scenes look at the Haleakalā National Park's museum collection, history of early tourism to Haleakalā, and the history of architecture in the park.
View a list of commercial tour operators that provide vehicle tours, guided hikes, and horseback riding tours.
Learn more about ranger-guided curriculum-based programs for school groups.
Visit the Friends of Haleakalā National Park for information on volunter service trips that include day trips and overnight excursions.