Top Places To See On Maui
Top Places To See On Maui
There are so many great things to do on Maui that we want to highlight for you some of the most popular things, all of which can be enjoyed while on one of our tours.
Explore the road to Hāna with it’s waterfalls, coastal views and rainforest. Don’t get carsick when you have a highly trained and knowledgeable guide.
There is nothing like the first light of the day hitting you in during a majestic sunrise at the summit of Haleakala. No stress as we provide food, hotel pickup and more on tour.
We are a volcanic island chain that stretches for 100s of miles. A wonderful guide helps you explore two volcanoes, West Maui & Haleakalā as well as everything in between.
We visit the national park at different spots and times on each of our tours. Check out the beauty of the park at the various areas.
The Iao Needle is a famous point where early Hawaiian’s kept lookout. This sacred valley is home to numerous burials and heiaus.
This special park just outside of Hana is one of the must stops to make when traveling the road to Hana, with it’s caves, beaches, trails and blowhole too.
The Summit Visitor Center details the history and evolution of the mountain as well as the cultural significance of the summit area.
A black volcanic beach is a stark difference from the golden sandy beaches of South & West Maui. At a local state park, this beach is a top attraction.
Within the Kipahulu section of National Park is a gulch with pools and waterfalls. This beautiful setting features a loop trail taking you down to the ocean point and up along the gulch.
Terraformed by Hawaiians, the rocky shoreline breaks the waves in dramatic fashion. Large fields of taro and bananas are nowhere near enough to meet demand for poi and banana bread each day. Taste the famous recipe yourself.
Maui’s diverse heritage is proudly reflected at this park where demonstrations of each major culture has a traditional structure.
Thick rainforest along the North-Eastern shores of Maui is traversed by the Hāna Highway. The beautiful flowers and array of plants, both native and non-native make the journey a pleasure for the senses.
Hundreds of waterfalls dot the island and are rushing torrents or tiny trickles depending on the rainfall. Rainy days on Maui are the best days to see some spectacular waterfalls along the Hāna Highway.
The windswept backside of Maui shows the stark difference in landscape once the rain is blocked. Long ago this was a very populated area of the islands. Learn about this incredible land.
Here the early navigator Charles Lindbergh, a world war One hero lived the last days of his life and was buried here. In this cemetery a lot of unusual and interesting things are waiting to be discovered.