You should be able to find something fun to do on Maui within three miles of where you are at any given time on Maui. We have put together this list of fun water and land activities across the island to help you along the way.
Let's start with water activities. The Maui Ocean Center is Hawaii's top aquarium, and exhibits stunning displays of local species. After your time at the aquarium, look to board a whale watching or snorkel cruise out of the nearby Ma'alaea Harbor. Whale watching season in the Hawaiian Islands runs from early winter to late spring.
Most all the beaches on Maui offer different forms of pleasure, whether it be in the form of waves, snorkeling, or long unobstructed shorelines. Wailea Beach and Ka'anapali Beach are popular options for visiting tourists. Ho'okipa is fantastic for big wave enthusiasts.
A trip out to Hana should always be in the cards when visiting Maui. Explore underground lava tubes, botanical gardens, waterfalls, rain pools, and small road side fruit stands. The natural beauty is unrivaled.
Highway 30 at Ma'alaea Harbor Village
At the Maalaea Harbor Village, 192 Maalaea Rd (the triangle between Honoapiilani Hwy and Maalaea Rd)
300 Maalaea Road
Best option for whale watching on Maui... read more
Maui's crescent shaped Marine preserve, it's a snorkeling hotspot... read more
The scenic road to Hana brings vistas, waterfalls, and more on the windward side of Maui... read more
On East Maui's leeward shore
Hana Highway Mile Marker #42
(15 minutes past Hana Town)
Off Hwy 378 (Crater Rd)
PO Box 880518