Relax On The Beach
From Big Beach to Baldwin, and Hamoa to D.T. Fleming, Maui boasts 30 miles of beaches across its 120 mile coastline. Come walk barefoot along our white, black, and red sand beaches!
Take A Hike
Maui’s hiking trails allow you to explore everything from coastal dunes to the top of Haleakala’s 10,023′ peak! Climb through the clouds along West Maui’s Waihe’e Ridge, or walk among towering redwoods in Kula State Forest Reserve.
The Hawaiian waters are home to some 680 species of fish, with roughly 450 of those species inhabiting the near shore reefs. Many of these diverse colorful creatures are endemic to Hawaii, living nowhere else in the world!
Learn To Surf
Home to some of the biggest waves in the world, Maui is a travel destination for some of the best surfers. With so many surf breaks, there’s plenty of options for beginners too!
Go Whale Watching
Over 10,000 humpback whales migrate to the warm Hawaiian waters every year, many of them visiting Maui’s Maalaea Bay. These whales travel roughly 6,000 miles to come to the islands to give birth, nurture their calves, and mate.
Ride A Zipline
Fly above the forests of Maui along one of the many ziplines that scatter the island. The high-speed ride will be a memorable adrenaline rush for the whole family!
Enjoy Scuba Diving
Take it to the next level, and explore the island’s surrounding waters with a SCUBA adventure. Maui has boundless opportunities for divers looking to do a shore dive, or charter a local dive boat.