Located in West Maui the Kapalua Coastal Trail is a great hike along the island’s rugged coast.
One of the most unique Maui attractions is its bamboo forest. Located at the end of the road to Hana, it is part of the Haleakala National Park.
A great companion to Hawaiian Poke is a good beer and if you are looking for a brew put, make your way to the Maui Brewing Company.
Even if you don’t have the experience you can take surfing lessons in Maui.
Nothing beats seeing Maui’s high sea cliffs from the air. When you take a helicopter tour with Air Maui, you really get a sense of the wild beauty of the island.
One of the best things to do in Maui is to go whale watching. Whales migrate through Maui from November to May as they make their way from Alaska.
If you are looking for a bit of excitement, canyoning mixes a bit of rock climbing with hiking and swimming.
The waters of Maui are teeming with marine life and a few interesting dive sites that include underwater arches and the Molokini Crater.
These colorful trees look like paintings as the colors of the rainbow reach up their trunks.
No trip to any island would be complete without going sailing. There are plenty of sailing adventures to be had in Maui.
One of our favorite shows on Maui was watching the fast fingers of the Slack Key Show at Napili Kai Beach Resort.
It is the quintessential thing to do in Maui. We’ve all fantasized about attending a Luau since watching Brady Bunch reruns as kids
It is one of the largest in the entire United States spanning an entire city blog and standing 60 feet tall.
Ho’okipa Beach Park is a the place to watch world-class surfers and windsurfers do their thing.
While staying in the town of Paia we had the opportunity to take a course with Kiteboarding School Maui.