GuideAlong | GPS Audio Tours 4+
Maui Road Trips & Travel US
GPS Tour Guide
- Offers In-App Purchases
New tours announcement!
* Acadia National Park
* Olympic National Park
* Glacier National Park extended to include Many Glacier + Going to the Sun Road.
Upgrade your road trip adventures with our location-based audio tours. It’s just like having a tour guide in your car™.
HOW IT WORKS
We’ll guide you to the all the best things to see and do, and suggest side-trips and local tips, so you don’t miss a thing.
Listen to fun and informative stories about the history, geology, hikes, animals, local peoples and highlights along the routes.
Commentary plays automatically as you drive, based on your location. You have the freedom to travel at your own pace.
Tour offline with GPS. No need for cell service or WiFi signal while touring. Everything is downloaded to your device for easy, offline use.
Visit our website www.GuideAlong.com to see a complete list of tour route maps, sample commentary, more travel tips & suggested itineraries.
Plays automatically as you drive, based on your location
Works offline with GPS, no cellular service, WiFi signal or data required while touring.
- Suggested Itineraries
- Travel Tips
Listen to commentary before and after you travel
Play your own music in background
TOURS (we keep adding more tours!)
Maui including Road to Hana
Big Island, Hawaii
Arches and Canyonlands National Parks
Big Sur PCH Hwy1
Black Hills, Mount Rushmore and Badlands National Park
Bryce Canyon & Zion National Park
Capitol Reef National Park
Going to the Sun Road, Glacier National Park
Grand Canyon National Park South Rim
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Joshua Tree National Park
Las Vegas - Grand Canyon West, Hoover Dam & Red Rock Canyon
Mesa Verde National Park
Miami, Key West & The Florida Keys
Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
Vermont Scenic Byway 100
Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks
Yosemite National Park
Zion & Bryce Canyon National Park
Canadian Rockies National Parks
- Banff, Lake Louise, Moraine Lake & Yoho National Park
- Icefields Parkway
Waterton National Park and Alberta Southwest
Great Ocean Road
Each tour is a one time purchase. No time limits. Use as many times as you like. No monthly subscription.
“PERFECT! We would have missed or skipped SO much! DON’T HESITATE and make the purchase ASAP!!”
“Personal Tour - Worth more than every $”
“This app was amazing for us. We saw so much more than we would have without it.”
“Great Value I was leery about purchasing the app. Boy was I wrong.”
Using location service GPS increases battery usage - we highly recommend taking DC car charger versus simply plugging into the vehicle’s USB port
GyPSy Guide is now GuideAlong!
Tour maps are much more zoomable - but still work offline.
Highlight locations are now on an interactive map.
Tours are a smaller size to download.
Improved functionality for a better user experience.
Ratings and Reviews
Arches & Canyonland NP
We recently took along the Gypsy audio trip thru both of these parks. We downloaded prior to our visit. There was no cell service or internet at the park. The narrator was always with us. A map was included to follow along, but we chose only to listen to the narrator. We just activated the audio as we came close to the park. The narrator started to tell us about the park, the history and made suggestions for photo op’s. The narrator told us when the pull off’s were coming up and what to expect. This audio trip made our adventure much more exciting. We didn’t miss a thing at the parks. If we chose not to stop, the narrator just knew and continued on the trip. I can’t say enough about these trips. We have used them before in Glasier and Yellowstone. We are presently working on Bryce and Zion. Most of all, my husband found the narrator quite amusing, not annoying. After all, he is with you quite awhile along the trip. We made sure our iPad was being charged as we drove and left it on all day. The narrator would come on and off as we approached areas of interest. We definately recommend and will continue to use when we travel to other areas. Just downloaded Grand Canyon. Gypsy, keep up the good work. Well appreciated.
Hana in Hawaii
First I want to say that we started out early in the morning hoping to beat the crowd. Although we thought most of the tour guidance on the app was good, all of the “have to” locations that the app suggested were completely full when we approached them. We later found that there were some other obtainable waterfalls that we not crowded that were not mentioned. So we ended up driving for hours and only stopped at 2 tourist stands to get banana bread and a treat. Ugggg, it was a really long day of just driving. I wish we had had a “heads up” that all the sights would be full and we would have cut our trip short. Also learning on the app the day of the trip that we needed tickets to the park 24 hours ahead of time was not helpful information. Last but not least, the history of the rulers was repetitive and was not what we wanted to listen to the whole way down the mountain. We thought the guide was giving directions to get down but instead gave an account of the rulers. Although I think this app is a great idea and had some great info going up, it missed some opportunities to see some sites that our guide book had mentioned. On the morning of we chose to forgo the guidebook info and solely use this app. We would use the guidebook next time. As I shared before, without opportunities to park and explore because of the crowdedness, we ended up with a very long day of driving.
You need this app!
We just got back from Maui and if you don’t get this app and keep it open while driving around you’re missing out on a huge part of your trip. First off, the narrator’s voice is so pleasant and soothing that anything he says sounds great. You look forward to him just talking about anything just to keep listening to him talk. The points of interest and tips for parking or other things were fabulous. It is so accurate you’d think he was in the car with you. He says look for a sign and you then see it. The stories of the history of Hawaii were great. I’ve been to Hawaii 6 times but now I have a really good idea of the history from the whaling days to now. How it became a state was also eye opening. Really interesting and easy to listen to and hearing it while driving was great. Road to Hana guided audio us a must. You can’t do it by following a book, sorry Maui Revealed, and I had that with me too. Best money you’ll spend on a driving audio guide. No joke. Just leave app open as you drive around audio will chime in every now and then. It changes a boring drive to a really amazing tour. I’m sure all the drives are great. We did Maui and it was amazing. Enjoy.
Developer Response ,
Mahalo. There are so many great stories that tempt you to learn more about Hawaii - and keep coming back!
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- 69 MB
- Requires iOS 15.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 15.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- This app may use your location even when it isn’t open, which can decrease battery life.
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- In-App Purchases
- Yellowstone and Grand Teton $19.99
- Road to Hana - Maui $14.99
- Maui - including Road to Hana $19.99
- Going-to-the-Sun Road $11.99
- Yellowstone National Park $14.99
- Black Hills Rushmore Badlands $19.99
- Kauai - Hawaii $14.99
- Big Island - Hawaii $16.99
- Zion & Bryce Canyon $14.99
- Rocky Mountain National Park $12.99