There’s no shortage of activities on Maui!
We love lounging on the beach in the sun, or snoozing in a chaise lounge at the pool but when we want to go play, Maui offers everything under the tropical sun!
From December to May the Hawaiian islands are fortunate to be home to Humpback Whales. The relatively shallow channel between Maui, Molokai and Lanai provides a unique, protected habitat for whales to calve their young. Whale watching tours are abundant and you’re likely to see dolphins and turtles on your tour as well.
Do you SCUBA? Then you’ve come to the right place. Maui boasts the top 10 diving sites in the country! Our unique volcanic island provides interesting habitat for unique aquatic life. From the lava caves to flows, or the Molokini crater, there’s plenty to see.
Not a SCUBA diver but want to see what is going on under the surface of the ocean? We provide snorkel gear for you to do just that! There are literally hundreds of sites to snorkel on Maui. You can even walk from our condo and be snorkeling in 5 minutes. But if you want to venture into some truly exceptional snorkeling, try taking a snorkel boat tour.
Want to bike down a Volcano? Yep, we have that on Maui too! Haleakala is a dormant volcano located in the middle of the southern part of the island of Maui. You can wake up in the wee hours of the morning, drive to the top of the volcano, be one of the few that gets to see the glorious sunrise from that elevation and then ride a bike all the way to the ocean where you can enjoy a nice cup of coffee and some delicious breakfast on the beach! Of course you can just go and watch the sunrise too. Permits are required and dress warmly, surprisingly for a tropical island, it’s very cold up there.
Our condo is minutes from world-class golf courses in Wailea. This luxury community is just down the road. Fancy a vacation of endless golf? There are over a dozen courses to choose from. Didn’t bring your clubs? Don’t worry, you can rent some.
How about trying SUP or Stand Up Paddle board. It’s pretty common to see folks paddling by our beach on their boards. Rentals are available in several nearby places.
There’s nothing quite like the infamous ‘Road To Hana’ trip. This 64 mile long stretch between Kahului and the bucolic town of Hana has you driving over 59 bridges, of which 46 are one lane wide! And like a ramen noodle, it’s full of twists and turns, 620 of them in fact! But don’t let this deter you. It’s well worth getting up early and taking it slow. You’ll see parts of the island that are phenomenally beautiful. Take your time, make plenty of stops on the way at waterfalls, hikes, gardens and places like Waianapanapa, the black sand beach and the famous Seven Sacred Pools (properly known as ‘Ohe’o Gulch) in Haleakala National Park!
This is just the tip of the iceberg. Follow over to our local guide for many more island activities.