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You'll find the calmest waters with the most clarity from within the volcanic atoll of Molokini Crater, just off the coast of south Maui. Take a short trip from Maalaea Harbor to this marine sanctuary for the best snorkeling in Maui, Hawaii.
Maui Roadsters offer a very unique activity: exploring Maui in a professional reproduction of a classic 1957 Porsche Speedster. Rentals are available for 4 and 12-hours and provide a new appreciation of Maui's stunning beauty.
It's the closest thing to flying! Zip over and through trees, enjoy scenic views of the ocean and mountains, learn about the local nature and culture, and have an adrenaline rush you won't soon forget!
Want to see more gushing waterfalls than you've seen in your whole life? The road to Hana is your best bet. Pass through lush jungle, rugged coastlines, and by beautiful waterfalls while driving to Hana Town. See recommended Maui Tours.
If you like fishing, or would like to try it, Maui is the place to be. You'll be given the opportunity to catch many different kinds of tropical Hawaiian fish, and you'll be guided by a knowledgeable captain.
We have dozens of great spots to scuba dive in Maui. Our south and west shores are usually the calmest and offer the most visibility. Try a night dive or scooter dive for a unique experience.
Trilogy offers the best in island hospitality and relaxing sailing excursions, including daily sunset sails from Ka'anapali Beach and Ma'alaea Harbor as well as snorkeling tours to Molokini Crater, Lana'i and West Maui. With a fleet of 7 sailing catamarans, you're sure to find everything you want and more.
Helicopters offer thrilling tours on Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and The Big Island. See the lush, untouched Hawaii that you’ve always dreamed about, enjoying amazing aerial views of the islands from above.
Outrigger canoeing is a practice that's been around since the first explorers settled Hawaii. Hop aboard and enjoy a lesson in paddling, unique views of Maui, and snorkeling at Turtle Town, Olowalu, Honolua Bay or Molokini Crater.
Some of the most amazing things to see in Hawaii are best viewed either underwater or from the near surface. With a rafting trip, you are as close as you can be to the water before and after your snorkel adventure.
Prepare to have all your senses delighted by the culinary artistry at The Mill House Restaurant at the Maui Tropical Plantation in Waikapu, Maui. You’ll experience the passion and detail that goes into each dish of your meal, as award-winning chef Jeff Scheer prepares a unique 9-course meal made from local, seasonal ingredients right before your eyes!
Maui is jam-packed with outdoor, daytime activities, but finding something fun to do in the evening can be a little more difficult. Island Art Party is a fun, creative, group painting experience. They provide all the supplies you'll need and direction to get you going so you can enjoy drinks and company and paint your masterpiece!
Located off the shores of South Maui, Turtle Town is one of the best places to snorkel with Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles on Maui. Malolo offers snorkeling tours, including all equipment, to this area daily from Maalaea Harbor.
Learning to surf can be a daunting task but not when you're being taught by professional instructors in the calm, warm waves of Maui. Also, if you'd like to see big surf, you can watch from the cliffs on the North Shore.
Step into the past and be awed by the towering cliffs of and lush jungle where historic strategic, decisive battles by ancient Hawaiians raged. You can tour Iao Valley along with Haleakala National Park and many other inspiring areas of Maui.
Experience a mesmerizing sunrise from atop the world’s largest dormant volcano on a fully guided, fully inclusive tour. Pack your camera and capture the beauty of Maui from 10,000 feet above sea level, before enjoying breakfast with a view at Kula Lodge.
With no prior experience necessary, visitors are invited to rappel down some of Maui’s most remote waterfalls along the lush Road to Hana. Located on a 30 acre botanical garden, choose from one of three tours depending on your experience level and time allotment.
Swim and snorkel over living tropical reef off shore or from a boat visiting Turtle Town, and/or Honolua Bay. You'll see schools of fish, and possibly see manta rays, turtles, octopus and much more.
Ride effortlessly for miles downhill from the base of Haleakala National Park. You'll wind past the Kula Lavender Farm, through Eucalyptus Trees, and enjoy great views of the central valley and both the south and north coast of Maui.
With numerous 5 star golf courses on Maui, it can be difficult choosing which one to go to. You'll experience teeing off with warm breezes while watching our classic Maui clouds sail across your ocean view.
No trip to Maui is complete without going to at least 1 luau show. As you feast on tropical Hawaiian food, you'll enjoy fire knife dancers, hula dancers, great music, tasty cocktails, and a perfect Maui sunset.
It's difficult to anticipate the excitement involved with your first whale watch in Maui. You'll find that watching these graceful and powerful animals lunge out of the water to be one of the more memorable things to do.