Hawaiian Islands — Maui
Fun Things To Do in Maui
sandy beaches, breathtaking scenery, fun
water sports, fabulous restaurants and exciting
nightlife draws visitors from around the world.
Some of the island's most
popular points of interest include:
- Haleakala Crater
- Hana Coast ("Road to Hana")
- Kaanapali & Kapalua Beaches
- Molokini Crater
- Seven Sacred Pools, O'heo Gulch
Maui's outdoor recreational activities include
sunset cruises, hiking, camping, biking, golf,
kayaking, canoeing, fishing, horseback-riding, submarine adventures,
Fun Water Sports
Exciting water sports, such as sailing, scuba-diving,
snorkeling, and surfing are very popular. Don't know how to surf?
No problem — take
group or private surfing lessons and hit the waves with confidence.
Wailea Golf Resort is rated among the Best Golf Courses in the Country by both Golf
Magazine and Golf Digest.
Get a bird's eye view of Maui's
picturesque coast, tropical rainforests, magnificent waterfalls,
volcanic craters and fabulous
beaches — take a scenic helicopter tour over the island — the
scenery is spectacular.
Fun Maui Tours & Sightseeing
- Adventure Tours
- Air & Helicopter Tours
- Biking Tours
- Cruises & Water Tours
- Day Trips
- Food, Wine & Nightlife
- Golf in Maui
- Hiking & Camping Tours
- Kayaking & Canoeing
- Nature & Wildlife Tours
- Outdoor Activities
- Scuba & Snorkeling
- Surfing & Surfing Lessons
- Sightseeing & Fun Tours
- Water Sports
During your visit to Hawaii, be sure to go to an Hawaiian
Luau — even better if it's overlooking the beach, at night,
under the stars.
Enjoy fun family entertainment — festive
island music, Hawaiian Hula dancers, Fire Knife dancing and more.
Feast on a delicious buffet of traditional Hawaiian cuisine — Kalua
Pig, (slow-cooked whole in an imu, a large pit dug in the
ground), poi, sweet potatoes, salmon, chicken and long rice,
salad, a variety of fresh fruits, Hawaiian specialties and
tropical cocktails (Mai Tai's are an island favorite).
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