Maui is a playground for the outdoor enthusiasts. From a dormant volcano to tropical waterfalls, you are bound to see examples of nature's beauty. First and foremost, Maui has some unbelievable beaches and snorkeling. Rent some snorkel gear for the day (usually under $15) and head to Ulua Beach, where many scuba divers get certified. You could also book a snorkel cruise out to the remote crescent mooned island of Molokini. The Kamaole beaches (1, 2, and 3) in Kihei are the prefect choices for a picnic or people-watching. Nature lovers should consider reserving one day of their vacation for a drive out to Hana. Pass beautiful waterfalls, hidden rain pools, and even an underground lava tube. The Hana Lava tube offers self-guided tours for $11. Wake up early one morning and drive to the top of Haleakala to watch the sunrise. How many people can say that saw a sunrise from inside a volcanoes crater?
The scenic road to Hana brings vistas, waterfalls, and more on the windward side of Maui... read more
On East Maui's western shoreline
Maui's crescent shaped Marine preserve, it's a snorkeling hotspot... read more
On Maui's northwestern coast
Good sun bathing and people watching... read more
P.O. Box 369
Maui Sunrises and Hiking at Haleakala... read more
Off Hwy 378 (Crater Rd)
PO Box 880518
S Kihei Rd
From Alanui Kealii Drive to Keonekai Road
Maui's series of popular South Kihei beaches...
1 Kahului Airport Rd.
Haleakala to Hana Helicopter Tours above Maui...