Outdoor recreation is Maui's bread and butter. With scenic coastlines, cascading waterfalls, bamboo forests, water sports, and unadulterated state parks, Maui offers countless options for the outdoorsmen to enjoy.
Hana is unarguably Maui's crown jewel when it comes to outdoor recreation. The remote town, located on Maui's eastern coast, is home to botanical gardens, overgrown rainforests, the Seven Sacred Pools, an intricate lava tube system, beautiful Hana Bay, and so much more. The two-hour drive to Hana is a journey in itself. Pass through thick vegetation on narrow one-lane roads.
Other outdoor recreation options can be found high in elevation up Haleakala volcano. Skyline Eco-Adventures offers a string of zip lines through a Eucalyptus forest. You can also opt to book an off-road ATV tour though the same forest.
Lastly, we can't overlook Maui's water options. Book surfing lessons, kayak tours, and snorkel/scuba diving adventures to the remote crescent-moon shaped island of Molokini. Intermediate surfers will enjoy the waves found at Ho'okipa Beach Park. Windsurfers will want to head to Kanaha, where world competitions are often held.
The scenic road to Hana brings vistas, waterfalls, and more on the windward side of Maui... read more
Hana Highway Mile Marker #42
(15 minutes past Hana Town)
Off Hwy 378 (Crater Rd)
PO Box 880518
Kekaulike Ave & Hwy 377
Maui's crescent shaped Marine preserve, it's a snorkeling hotspot... read more
(Off hwy 378) Crater Rd.
PO Box 703
505 Front St
Surf Lessons and Surfboard Rentals in West Maui...
Family Friendly Tours & Activities... read more