Who says you can't have fun and learn at the same time? Maui has plenty of educational activities that will put a smile on your children's face. If visiting Maui during the winter and spring seasons, look to book a whale watching tour through the Pacific Whale Foundation. You will learn all about the humpback whales through on-board talks by the marine naturalists. You may also want to book a trip to the secluded island of Molokini, where you can learn about all the varying tropical fish that inhabit Maui.
The Maui Ocean Center is annually one of Maui's top attractions. The aquarium does an amazing job showcasing Hawaii's marine life through exhibits that feature sharks, sea turtles, shallow reef critters, and more. An underwater tube walkway will literally surround you with wildlife.
Luaus can also be fun and best of all, filling. The Old Lahaina Luau is Maui's most famous luau and will teach guests ancient Hawaiian games, words, dances, and songs. You will even learn about Hawaiian cooking techniques and get to taste them first hand.
Highway 30 at Ma'alaea Harbor Village
At the Maalaea Harbor Village, 192 Maalaea Rd (the triangle between Honoapiilani Hwy and Maalaea Rd)
End of Highway 32
West end of road
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