Things To Do on Maui
Maui is filled with attractions and activities for almost every type of traveler. For those seeking adventure, a good hike is the dormant Haleakala volcano. Maui also offers plenty of sun and beach for those looking to work on their Hawaiian tan. If chasing the little white ball is how you relax, be sure and check out the many fairways at one of Maui's 14 golf courses.
Maui is full of history and culture that can be seen at places like Iao Valley State Park, Banyan Tree Park and the old whaling village of Lahaina. Not to be overlooked is Maui's Ocean Center where young travelers can check out Hawaii's underwater residents and learn about the marine life of the Pacific.
Even if you are not an early riser, you should make the effort to see the sunrise at the top of the Haleakalā volcano. Watching the sun peer over the horizon and paint its colors across the island sky is an amazing site. Some of the best views in Maui are from the hiking trails of Haleakalā National Park. Read More...
You will experience incredible views of waterfalls and natural forest area on this 4-mile (round trip) trail. The trail is moderately strenuous and has an 800-foot elevation change each way. Visitors to the Kīpahulu District are treated to views of waterfalls, sweeping ocean vistas, and Hawaiian cultural experiences. Read More