Maui's attractions do not come in the form of paid museums and architectural wonders like the Statue of Liberty or Eiffel Tower. Instead, Maui's attractions exhibit the natural beauty the island possesses. Top attractions include watching a sunrise atop Haleakala volcano, swimming in Hana's Seven Sacred Pools (Oheo Gulch), joining a whale watch, or walking the grounds of a state park (like Iao Valley or Wai'anapanapa).
Beaches also make up some of Maui's top attractions. Wailea Beach and Ka'anapali Beach are frequently showcased on travel programs as some of the top beaches to see in all of the world. Ho'okipa Beach is a famous surfing and windsurfing beach on Maui's North Shore. Honolua Bay offers a protected reserve of fabulous snorkeling.
Some of Maui's other top attractions include booking a bicycle ride down Haleakala crater, screaming down ziplines, renting ATV's, and touring Hawaii's top aquarium located in Ma'alaea.
Family Friendly Tours & Activities... read more
300 Maalaea Road
Best option for whale watching on Maui... read more
Hana Highway Mile Marker #42
(15 minutes past Hana Town)
End of Highway 32
West end of road
Iao is why Maui is called the Valley Isle... read more
Highway 30 at Ma'alaea Harbor Village
At the Maalaea Harbor Village, 192 Maalaea Rd (the triangle between Honoapiilani Hwy and Maalaea Rd)
The scenic road to Hana brings vistas, waterfalls, and more on the windward side of Maui... read more
54 South High Street, 101
Hiking, Heiau and Tropical Fantasy In Hana Maui...
On East Maui's leeward shore
Off Hwy 378 (Crater Rd)
PO Box 880518
(Off hwy 378) Crater Rd.
PO Box 703