Maui is known as Hawaii’s most attractive island and only 9 miles from Maui. You can take the ferry from Lahaina or Lana’i to enjoy a completely different, but just as beautiful, Hawaiian experience. Visitors and residents alike love the island’s rugged beauty and tranquility. There’s not a single traffic light at Lana’i.

There are many things to do in Maui, whether you’re there for the stunning sunsets, whale watching, or beautiful beaches. We know you won’t be able do it all on your first or second trip. However, we have compiled a list of our top activities, based on our love of the outdoors and our desire to explore one the most beautiful islands in the world. We’d love to hear about any activities that we missed.

Half Day Dolphin + Snorkeling from Maui to Lanaī | Lahaina, Maui

It doesn’t get any better than this when dolphin-watching and snorkeling are packed into one trip. For those who want a quick but memorable day adventure on the water, there’s no better choice.

Full Day Dolphin + Snorkeling from Maui to Lanaī | Lahaina, Maui

Get up close and wild with some of the ocean’s most breathtaking creatures this snorkeling adventure down south. Hang out with our favorite Hawaiian spinners, spotted, and bottlenose dolphins in the blue waters off Lanai under a calm sky to make for memories that will never leave you.

Private Charter – Humpback Whale Watching & Dolphin Search | Lahaina, Maui

Relish in the splendor of a day spent on our Private Charter! Whales are some of the largest animals ever to exist, and they love people just as much as we love them. Spend two hours fly fishing for these magnificent creatures, or search deep below for one of Hawaii’s beautiful dolphins.

Spearfish 101 | Lahaina, Maui

Spearfish 101 is a spearfishing school that teaches individuals the correct techniques to safely and successfully hunt for food in the ocean. Spearfish 101 offers one-on-one lessons, group classes, and expeditions with experienced instructors who teach students about safety procedures before taking them out on the water.

Private Spearfishing and/or Freediving 101 | Lahaina, Maui

Private Spearfishing and Freediving 101 is a company that offers private lessons in the ocean for both spearfishing and freediving. They offer one-on-one instruction with an experienced instructor to help you get started or improve your skills so that you can take home some of Maui’s freshest fish.

Snorkeling Half Day | Lahaina, Maui

Behold the beauty of Maui’s vibrant coral reef from our snorkeling tour and immerse yourself in the ocean life from beach to depth. So you’ve snorkeled a few times before but have always been frustrated by not being close enough and having to come up for air repeatedly? You need to get out on the back of our boat with captain Rickey.

Private Snorkeling Tours | Lahaina, Maui

Hawaii is a paradise to behold, and it’s unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before. Like no other place in the world, the natural beauty of nature will welcome you with open arms.

Full Day Dolphin + Snorkeling from Maui to Lanaī | Lahaina, Maui

Get up close and wild with some of the ocean’s most breathtaking creatures this snorkeling adventure down south. Hang out with our favorite Hawaiian spinners, spotted, and bottlenose dolphins in the blue waters off Lanai under a calm sky to make for memories that will never leave you.

Premium Sunset Cocktail Cruise | Lahaina, Maui

Sail away to magical moments on the sea with your friends and family! Our newest ship, Sea Maui III, is a 65ft luxury catamaran that can accommodate 110 guests. We offer pupus (appetizers), a full open bar, and a champagne toast at sunset from our excellent vantage point atop Honolua Bay.

West Side Snorkel Discovery | Kihei, Maui

Maui is known for its laid-back vibe, gorgeous beaches, and lush green landscapes.

Molokini Snorkel & Performance Sail | Kula, Maui

The Molokini Snorkel experience is the best way to dive into the underwater world of Maui. Be sure not to miss this crescent-shaped crater nestled in one of the most beautiful views you’ll ever see.

Pali Coast Snorkel & Performance Sail | Kula, Maui

Hop aboard and spend 3 hours on the waves of the Pacific Ocean as you snorkel among turtles, manta rays, exotic tropical fish, perfect for those who want to explore off-shore.

West Maui Snorkel & Performance Sail | Kula, Maui

Suited up, our guests will board our performance catamaran. It’s 10:30 a.m., and it’s time to experience Maui’s coastal waters from the best seat on the boat—the ocean.

Lana’i Coast Snorkel | Kula, Maui

Discover snorkeling right around the coast from one of our accommodations located in downtown Lahaina – all you have to do is set sail for adventure with just your mask and fins.

West Maui Half Day Snorkel Adventure | Lahaina, Maui

You’ve seen pictures, now experience the best West Maui snorkel spots first hand on our West Maui Half Day Snorkel Adventure.

Lanai Half Day Snorkel Adventure | Lahaina, Maui

The Maui, Lanai Half Day Snorkel Adventure is the perfect way to spend your day on Maui. You’ll be sailing out from Kaanapali Beach aboard Sea Maui for a two-hour sail to Lanai, where you’ll find some of the most fantastic snorkeling points in Hawaii.

Xpress Snorkel | Lahaina, Maui

Now you can explore underwater Hawaiian treasures with this excellent tour for the whole family.

Afternoon West Maui Snorkel | Lahaina, Maui

With an afternoon departure time and 3 hours, you can take the morning to relax, then hop on the boat and do some of Maui’s best snorkeling.

Half Day Dolphin + Snorkeling from Maui to Lanaī | Lahaina, Maui

It doesn’t get any better than this when dolphin-watching and snorkeling are packed into one trip. For those who want a quick but memorable day adventure on the water, there’s no better choice.

Private Snorkel Sail | Lahaina, Maui

Breathtaking scenery, swimming with tropical fish and turtles, and snorkeling in molten lava are all available to you on this fantastic private adventure.

Private Snorkeling Tours | Lahaina, Maui

Hawaii is a paradise to behold, and it’s unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before. Like no other place in the world, the natural beauty of nature will welcome you with open arms.

Kayak and Turtle Reef Snorkel at Olowalu | Lahaina, Maui

The key to living in the moment is not only to pull yourself close and hold tight but also soak up as much of what’s before you.

Private Kayak/Snorkel/Whale Watch | Lahaina, Maui

We know that your dates are set for the next two weeks, so we’ve packaged everything for your perfect vacation to Maui.

Sunrise Deluxe Snorkel | Wailea, Maui

you’re looking to do Maui the best way, start your day with the Sunrise Deluxe Snorkel Makena.

Signature Deluxe Snorkel | Wailea, Maui

Explore freshwater springs, waterfalls, and native Hawaiian plants. Explore the mystery of a 300-year old Hawai’i heiau (place of worship) at our private property on Hualalai Summit near Kailua-Kona.

Kayak Snorkel Ocean Safari! | Wailea, Maui

Are you tired of the same old pool and sand destination? Hitting cruise ships where you can’t snorkel or kayak with turtles? Then it’s time for an EPIC Adventure to someplace UNEXPECTED.

SUP “Turtle Town” Snorkel | Wailea, Maui

Paddleboard over the pristine Wailea Coastline off Makena Landing in the heart of “Turtle Town.”

Haleakala is the highest point of Maui. It’s the largest dormant volcano on the planet and reaches an incredible 10,023 feet. This impressive peak attracts thousands of tourists each year. Although it may not be the most relaxing activity for vacationers, it is worth the effort. Take the scenic drive upcountry and cross the clouds to reach the summit in time to see the sunrise. Bring warm clothes, a camera, and lots of water. You must make a reservation at least two months in advance as this attraction is very popular and has limited parking. You can explore Haleakala National Park more by taking a hike to the crater. For those who want an added thrill, there are also bike tours that take you down.

The Road to Hana is a winding road with more than 600 turns and 50 single-lane bridges. It’s unlike any other driving experience. This drive takes you through lush Maui rainforest for 68 miles. It’s sure surprise even the most avid nature-lovers. You will enjoy hiking through bamboo forests, visiting organic fruit farmers, swimming in freshwater caverns, and enjoying the beauty of Hawaiian paradise. You can drive yourself or hire a guide to make it more relaxing.

Respect the land, culture and people. This is a fragile, sacred area. You can also turn off the air conditioner and open the windows. Half the adventure is in the sense of feeling and smelling the Road To Hana.

Molokini Crater, located two miles from Maui’s South shore is a natural crescent. It also houses the Marine Life Conservation District. This area is popular with snorkelers and divers around the globe. If you’re looking to explore Maui’s underwater world, Molokini Crater is the place to be. With visibility of over 180 feet on clear days, and thousands upon thousands of tropical reef fish swimming beneath and beside you, Molokini should not be missed. This is the perfect place to share a unique snorkeling or diving experience with family and friends, as more than 20% of Hawaiian reef fish can be found nowhere else on earth.

Although there are many boats available, we recommend kayak and outrigger canoe tours to Molokini for an intimate, exhilarating experience. It is not for everyone. Most people prefer to paddle to Molokini. We recommend Redline Rafting.

While you’re likely to have done snorkeling and kayaking, have you ever combined them on one tour? We combine both the best of both worlds to give you a glimpse above and below the surface, whether you are kayaking along the stunning shores of South Maui, or snorkeling West Maui’s Coral Gardens. Our experienced guides will guide your group, while you have fun.

Whale season runs from December to April, so you can almost guarantee that you will see Humpbacks.
Don’t blink! It is possible to miss Paia Town. Paia Town is a small, quiet town that offers an escape from the hustle and bustle of Maui. Paia, a hippie-surfing town since the 1970s offers enough people-watching for an entire afternoon. You will find low-key restaurants such as Paia Fish Market and Cafe Des Amis here, as well art galleries, local shopping, massage clinics, and classes in yoga. You can watch the best windsurfers from the world at Ho’okipa Beach Park or have a picnic at Baldwin Beach Park.

This is the last gas station you will need until you reach Hana. Slow down, park in a legal spot, and avoid feeding the hippies.

Lucky you if you are in Maui between December-April. Around 10,000 humpbacks whales migrate each year from the Gulf of Alaska and Hawaii to give birth to their calves. They then make the long return journey. You can see these magnificent animals from many places, including shore, boat, kayak and outrigger canoe. Special whale watch kayak and outrigger canoe tours are offered. These offer incredible views from the surface, which is not possible with larger boats.

We believe that you cannot visit Hawaii without visiting at least one luau. There are many options for Maui, but Old Lahaina Luau offers a more intimate and authentically Hawaiian experience. The service is impeccable, the food is fresh and delicious, and the performers are amazing. You can also book traditional floor seating at either the front or the back for a more intimate experience with a stunning view. You’re sure to enjoy a unique treat at our Maui luau, which is located in Lahaina and has direct ocean views.

This tour allows you to hike in Haleakala National Park with a guide. It is a great way to see the stunning views. You will be accompanied by your guide on a hike that descends into the crater and a second hike that takes you along the outer edge looking in. Stop at the summit of 10,023ft and have lunch or a drink.
Grandma’s Coffee House is a great place to stop by on your way to Upcountry Maui. Enjoy a hot cup of coffee and a hearty breakfast while you chat with your neighbors. Grandma started roasting and blending Maui organic coffee in 1918. The tradition has remained. Four generations later, the family has perfected the art of roasting and blending organic Maui coffee. You can find the Keokea location near the Kula Botanical Gardens. Visit the place on Saturday or Sunday to enjoy the cornbread eggs Benedict. A perfect stop to make on the way back from Haleakala.

You can find it on the back side Haleakala National Park. Drive 12 miles past Hana to reach the Kipahulu section of the park. The 4 mile roundtrip hike along Pipiwai Trail is a stunning way to experience one of the most breathtaking hikes on the island. The trail will take you through lush rainforest to reach a huge banyan tree. After cooling off, you’ll finally see Waimoku Falls at 400 feet.

Locals and tourists alike love to fish in Maui. There are many options available for any type of fishing. Imagine bringing home fresh fish that you caught just a few hours ago! For guided fishing trips, we recommend Spearfish Maui and Maui Fun Charters. It’s a great way to see Maui from the sea!

La Perouse Bay is located just past Makena. It is home to the latest lava flow on Maui. This bay is also a popular spot for Hawaiian Spinner Dolphins. For a ride through the most beautiful areas of Maui, saddle up with Pat Borge, a Maui-born paniolo and owner of Makena Stables. The ability of each rider determines the horse they will be matched with. Groups are limited to six riders. You can choose from a 2.5-hour morning ride that offers panoramic views of Haleakala and the lava fields, or a sunset ride on the slopes at Ulupalakua Ranch for 2.5-3 hours. Private tours can also be arranged upon request. All tours include fruit, snacks, and water.

The history of outrigger canoeing is rich in Hawaiian culture. Why not give it a try? Learn Hawaiian place names and marine names before you paddle around the most beautiful spots on Maui. Ideal for families, children, groups and individuals. You can fit 6 people in our 45-foot canoes. If you are feeling especially eager, you have the option of choosing from many locations, such as South Maui’s Turtle Town or West Maui’s Coral Gardens, Honolua Bay, Molokini Crater, Honolua Bay, Honolua Bay, Honolua Bay, Honolua Bay, or South Maui’s Turtle Town.

You should eat where the locals eat. Tin Roof Maui, Poi by Pound, and Tamura’s are two great options for classic local cuisine. Ululani’s offers a unique local shave-ice experience. It features exotic flavors such as lilikoi, pickled mango, and calamansi lemon made from premium fruit juices, natural fruits juices, and local ingredients. You can enjoy a Maui Brewing Company Bikini Blonde Lager anywhere on the island. Or, you can visit the Kihei brewpub to sample specialty beers. Yum.

Maui is a great place to indulge in spa services such as hot stone or deep tissue massages, and reflexology. Maui is home to many of the best spas in the world. We recommend Spa Grande at Grand Wailea and Kapalua Spa, Ritz-Carlton Kapalua for the ultimate pampering. You can start your day by having breakfast in bed and then relax in the spa for an afternoon.

The Hui o Wa’a Kaulua (or “Assembly of the Double-Hull Canoe”) is a Maui non-profit that “practices, perpetuates and educates the community on Hawaiian canoebuilding, wayfinding, and voyaging arts.” This amazing local organization built a 62 ft. transoceanic voyaging boat called Mo’okiha o Pi’ilani or the “Sacred Lizard of Maui”. They offer many educational programs to local students. Volunteers are always needed to help with upcoming and current projects. If you are interested in donating to an important cause on Maui, please visit their donation page.

The Ali’i Kula Lavender Farm, Upcountry, might be the perfect place for you if you’re looking to take a unique, low-key tour of Maui. AKL is based on the principles of relaxation, rejuvenation, and renewal. They offer a variety of tours including daily guided walking tours, guided cart tours, lavender treasure hunts, gourmet picnic lunches, and craft classes. You can also find great products at their gift shop such as lavender strawberry peppermint jam, lavender body butter cream, and lavender scone mixture.

Last but not the least, remember that you are on Maui Time. Relax. Relax. Enjoy refreshing cocktails by the pool, a swim in the ocean or a nap on the golden sand. Then, enjoy a relaxing beachfront massage while taking in Maui’s famous sunsets. It’s great to see and do, but it’s also fun to take some time to enjoy Maui. It’s not worth being stressed while on vacation. Enjoy island life at its best by leaving behind all your worries. Aloha!

There are many things to do in Maui, whether you’re there for the stunning sunsets, whale watching, or beautiful beaches. We know you won’t be able do it all on your first or second trip. However, we have compiled a list of our top activities, based on our love of the outdoors and our desire to explore one the most beautiful islands in the world. We’d love to hear about any activities that we missed.

Watching the big wave surfers ride 50-foot waves at Maui’s top surf spots is one of the most exciting things you can do while in Hawaii. For a challenge on the water, you can take a Maui private surf lesson with your family and friends. Nothing beats riding your first wave in paradise. We will show you all you need to know so you can have a successful session.

Because of sharp reefs and unexpectedly large currents, the waves around our islands can be more dangerous than others. Use a guide to help you navigate the waters.

Haleakala is the highest point of Maui. It’s the largest dormant volcano on the planet and reaches an incredible 10,023 feet. This impressive peak attracts thousands of tourists each year. Although it may not be the most relaxing activity for vacationers, it is worth the effort. Take the scenic drive upcountry and cross the clouds to reach the summit in time to see the sunrise. Bring warm clothes, a camera and lots of water. You must make a reservation at least two months in advance as this attraction is very popular and has limited parking. You can explore Haleakala National Park more by taking a hike to the crater. For those who want an added thrill, there are also bike tours that take you down.

Spend an afternoon with family and friends at the only aquarium dedicated to the preservation and display of Hawaiian marine life. All visitors are welcome to explore the Maui Ocean Center, regardless of age. This is a top activity for kids in Maui!

The Maui Ocean Center displays Hawaiian sea life, educational displays on ocean ecology, whales, and Hawaiian culture. All guests will enjoy the rare attractions, including the Hammerhead Shark pool and outdoor Hawaiian Sea Turtle sanctuary. The aquarium is well-known for its fully enclosed sea-tunnel and huge indoor shark tank. This exhibits Hammerhead Sharks and Tiger Sharks, White Tips and Grey Tips, as well as a variety deepwater fish.

For all golf lovers, Hawaii is paradise on earth. The Hawaiian Islands offer an unforgettable golf experience for all levels of golfers, from students to professionals. There are many options for golf in Hawaii, from public courses to exclusive and private golf locations that are only available to a select few.
Golfers and their friends will enjoy the luxurious of impeccable conditions at all the State of Hawaii’s golf resorts. They will be able to bask in the warm sunshine, lush greens, privacy, and stunning 360-degree panoramic views.

Visit the Island of Maui during January to attend the PGA’s Annual Hyundai Tournament of Champions at Kapalua Resort. Or, you can visit anytime throughout the year to enjoy 5-star golfing. You can enjoy the stunning views of West Maui while you play with some of the most renowned golf pros in the world. Golfers in South Maui can improve their skills at David Leadbetter’s Golf Academy and spend hours on the greens of Wailea Golf Resort’s Gold, Emerald, and Old Blue courses. You can take your guests to the Island of Lana’i, where they will find a paradise for golf at Four Season’s Manele Bay and Lodge At Koele. Also, don’t miss the Mauna Kea Golf Course and Waikoloa Beach Resort’s King Course. There are many beautiful golf courses in Kaua’i, including Poipu Bay Golf Course and Kauai Lagoon Golf Club. You will be delighted regardless of which Hawaiian Island you choose to enjoy a paradise golf vacation.

There are many things to do in Maui, and it’s not hard to see why. Hawaii Mermaid Adventures offers one of the most unique and memorable Maui activities.

Lahaina’s Banyan Tree, which is more than 137 years old, covers almost 1 acre of downtown Lahaina. Although this species is the largest in America, it is not native to Hawaii. This Banyan Tree was planted by Sheriff William Owen Smith in 1873 to mark the 50th anniversary of Protestant missionaries arriving in Lahaina.

This species’ aerial roots have allowed the tree to grow into 16 more trunks from a single trunk. The Banyan Tree is a historic landmark in Lahaina and is an impressive sight. Visitors can often find local artists under the Banyan tree’s canopy, making it a great place to take a stroll around the square. You can find shopping, dining, entertainment, and other activities in Lahaina just a short distance from the Banyon Tree. Make sure you visit the Banyon Tree on your next walking tour through the historic Town Lahaina to learn more about Maui’s roots.

A day at Iao Valley State Park is one of the most memorable activities to do on Maui. Iao Valley is a cultural landmark on Maui. It also houses ancient Hawaiian demigods. This sacred spot was a key location in Hawaiian history.

The Bailey House, built in 1833, was once home to Edward Bailey and his family. The home is also located on the historic Hawaiian site of Kahekili (the last chief ruling in Maui), which is a little-known fact. In 1957, the Bailey house was made a museum and the property of 7 acres was listed on the National and Hawaiian Registers of Historic Places. The Bailey House Museum has the largest collection in Maui County of Hawaiian art, archeological materials, natural history materials, a 100 year old canoe, and a surfboard that belonged the Hawaii legend Duke Kahanamoku. It also contains 19th Century colonial artifacts, Edward Bailey’s paintings of Hawaii, Koa furniture, and many other items.

The Bailey House & Museum are open Monday through Saturday, 10am-4pm. The Bailey House invites the public once a month to the ‘Moonlight Mele Hawaiian concert series. The monthly event features live music by George Kahumoku Jr., a Hawaiian musician who has won the Grammy, as well as food, beer, wine, and a great community of fun-loving, aloha-loving people.

Ho’okipa Beach Park, one of Hawaii’s most well-known beaches and the best for professional windsurfing and surfing, is also one of the most popular in Hawaii. The ancient Hawaiian word “ho’okipa”, which means hospitality, is what this Beach Park offers.

Ho’okipa Beach park is where you can see a few of the best watermen/waterwomen in the world. Visitors can view the stunning North Shore Maui coastline from Ho’okipa’s top parking lot, and take amazing photos. You can also venture out to the sand to enjoy afternoon barbecues and the beautiful Maui sun. The current can be strong in winter so it is recommended that only experienced swimmers go out. Ho’okipa is a great place to snorkel and explore in the summer months. Ho’okipa beach park offers excitement and international appeal. Enjoy the North Shore Maui as the locals experience it. Relax and enjoy the beautiful island of Hawaii.

South Maui’s dolphins are one of the most exciting things to do. Every day, La Perouse is visited by a pod of Spinner Dolphins. Enjoy a brief walk on the trails at La Perouse Bay to see the Hawaiian Spinner Dolphins.
Keep your eyes on the trail as La Perouse is a protected historical site. La Perouse Bay marks the end of Maui’s historic King’s Trail.

You’ll find beautiful lava formations leading out to La Perouse. You may occasionally see people riding horses at La Perouse. If you look closely you might even spot wild goats playing in the Kiawe tree. La Perouse can be found at the end of Makena Alanui Road on Highway 31. The gravel parking lot has no facilities or toilets. Once your visit is over, you can return to Highway 31 and visit the Makena State Beach Park or snorkeling coves on the way back to Kihei.

Wai’anapanapa state park covers 122 acres of East Maui coastline land. This beautiful area offers visitors the opportunity to explore two trails loops, view a dramatic coastline with sea-sculptedlava shelves, ancient Hawaiian burial places, a blowhole and 5 sheltered caves. The stunning Pa’iloa Beach is also known as Black Sand Beach.

Wai’anapanapa, one of Maui’s few state parks, allows camping. There are several picnic areas and barbecue areas, 12 rental cabins (reserve ahead, though they are currently closed due to renovations), toilet and shower facilities, and a large lot. Visitors and residents alike frequent this area, which is also visited by a few tour buses. Wai’anapanapa is a popular place to visit in Hawaii. But only those who are well-informed can go.

Wai’anapanapa can be found near Mile Marker 32 on the Hana Highway. You will find a sign on the makai side of the road that directs you to Hana Town. Guests should follow all signage while exploring Wai’anapanapa’s trails. If the sign says “kapu”, that means stay away! The park contains over 34 historical sites from Hawaii. Please respect the history, the land, and our aumakua. Wai’anapanapa state park is open every day and you don’t need to pay a fee.

The Maui Arts and Cultural Center has provided Maui residents and tourists with amazing entertainment since 1994. This includes live music, comedy and dancing, Hawaiian culture programs, and concerts, festivals, art exhibitions, galas and many more. The MACC is actually the only one of its kind on Maui.
The Maui Arts & Cultural Center hosts many popular annual events, including the Maui Film Festival and Made In Maui County Festivals, Mayjah Rayjah Summer Music Festivals, Maui Brewer’s Festivals, Maui Calls, and Mayjah Rayjah Summer Music Festivals. The MACC offers a variety of free events throughout the year such as Starry Night movie screenings and the Ki Ho’alu Music Festival.

The Maui Arts and Cultural Center is an excellent place to start your Maui experience, whether you’re a Maui resident and/or a tourist. There are so many great programs that everyone can enjoy. The Maui Arts & Cultural Center, a 501(c),(3) non-profit organization, is managed by a volunteer Board
You will find rare Maui-made art, clothing boutiques and many Hawaii craft vendors on Front Street. Front Street has one of the most interesting historical sites on Maui. It is a hub for adventure activities and great people watching. You can also enjoy stunning views of the Pacific Ocean from any location on Front Street!

You should plan a full day excursion when planning your time to visit Front Street in Lahaina. Plan a morning whale watching or snorkel tour, then grab lunch at a great restaurant with ocean views, and then stroll down Front Street, going from business to work all afternoon. On weekends, we recommend that you visit all of the local art under Banyon Tree. Also make sure you visit all the cool surf shops and galleries.
There are two tour options available for Maui Zip n’ Dip Tour guests. The first is a 3-hour 4-line adventure that allows guests to explore 3 new lines before reaching the 4th line, Zip n’ Splash. Here, guests will spend 45 minutes swimming, splashing, and Stand Up paddle-boarding in a refreshing pool. A second tour is a 4.5-hour tour that includes a 9-line zip tour. Guests will fly through 8 zip lines before reaching the 9th “Zip n’ Splash.” This tour ends with 45 minutes of freshwater fun. Numerous media outlets, including TripAdvisor, voted Skyline Eco-Adventures the #1 Hawaii Zipline Tour of 2014. This activity is for people who are willing to challenge themselves and enjoy breathtaking views of Maui from an unusual and adventurous perspective.

Maui Brewing Co (605 Lipoa Pkwy Kihei), proudly claims to be the first craft beer to be brewed in Maui. Daily brewery tours are available for $15 You get to taste their four most popular beers – Bikini Blonde Lager and Big Swell IPA and Coconut Hiwa Porter – and a token for a free full or Island Root Beer. Also, you will receive a souvenir glass.

For a glimpse at Maui’s paniolo culture (cowboy), shopping, galleries, and restaurants, visit historic Makawao Town. Olinda is the best place to visit the Makawao Forest, Ali’i Kula Lavender Farm, and the Kula Botanical Gardens. You can stop by Grandma’s Coffee Shop to get Maui coffee, baked goods, and a burger from Ulupalakua Ranch Store. Also, don’t miss a visit to Maui’s Winery, Ulupalakua.
Parasailing is one the most thrilling ocean activities that you can do in Maui. This activity is not allowed in the summer and late spring. Parasailing vendors cannot operate during Maui’s whale-watching season (roughly between late October and April).

Parasailing tours to Maui depart from Ka’anapali Beach. UFO Parasails is the most popular parasailing firm on Maui. They have the best crew and are highly skilled. The UFO staff values safety and enjoyment. A small group can go parasailing on Maui. A group of eight people is the norm so everyone has a chance to get a lot of time in the air. You will be harnessed to the back of the boat and allowed to fly above the Pacific Ocean. As you slowly rise into the air, you will soon be the King or Queen in the Pacific with West Maui in your sights. You can dip in the ocean on your way down, but you must inform the parasailing guides beforehand.

Downhill biking on the slopes of Haleakala Volcano is one of Maui’s most special opportunities. For a spectacular sunrise over the clouds, you’ll be taken up to the summit at 10,000+ feet. Then you will start your adventure from Haleakala National Park. This incredible adventure is not for the weak of heart or legs, but the views are unmatched on Maui. You will be amazed at the transformation of Maui’s volcanic landscape into the lush hills that make up Upcountry Maui. This is the perfect place for solo travellers, couples, friends, and families who are looking to be adventurous.