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This site was designed to show the many fun things to do in Maui, Hawaii. Check out the Maui map above or go directly to the activity or map location below.
Maui Local Area Maps
Located in the southern most area of the island, Makena is known for its undeveloped and beautiful landscapes.
Wailea is filled with high-end resorts, ritzy shopping, fine dining, and white sand beaches.
Kihei is spotted with many incredible beaches and parks and is primarily resided by locals.
Maalaea is the only harbor on the south side, which is quickly growing to be a fun area for food and drinks.
Rich in History, Lahaina Town is famous for its touristy oceanfront shopping, restaurants, and nightlife.
One of the first resort areas to be built on Maui, Kaanapali has wonderful golf courses and beaches.
Also with world famous golfing, Kapalua has high-end resorts and beautiful beaches.
Known as the cultural center of Maui, Wailuku is a local favorite. It is also a major business area.
Iao is a valley carved by a stream and rich with history. This area is beautiful and one of the wettest spots on the Earth.
Kahului has become the main industrial and commercial area of the island and is home to the largest airport.
Paia is a unique little beach town with great shopping and fantastic restaurants. It's a must see!
Famed as Maui's cowboy town, Makawao has great views of Maui and has wonderful restaurants and shopping.
Home to one of the world's largest volcanic craters, Haleakala towers over 10,000 feet in elevation.
Untouched and pure, Hana has remained a true Hawaiian town with one of the most enjoyed roads in the world.
Molokini Crater is a marine sanctuary off of the south coast of Maui with tropical fish, manta rays, eels and colorful reef.
Our closest inhabited outer island, Lana'i is referred to as the Pineapple Isle and is often regarded as one of the most beautiful.
One of the easiest and cheapest activities to do in Maui is snorkeling. Local destinations like Molokini Crater, Turtle Town, and Lanai offer world famous snorkeling and diving. Here we've listed what you might see as well as some of our favorite boats.
There are many areas to bike in Maui, from mountain biking to street biking. One of the best rides is down the slopes of Haleakala Volcano. Other than that, you can rent a bike and explore areas that most visitors can't see in any other fashion.
Cruise along the south and west coast of Maui during sunset while listening to island music, ejnoying delicious pupus and dinner, sipping on tropical cocktails, and relaxing with friends and family on a stable, beautiful boat.
Not much compares to the excitement and great views you experience while ziplining over rainforest. There are great zipline tours all over the island that will take you on the adventure of a lifetime. You'll hike, zip, and learn about the natural surroundings.
Enjoy catching tropical, delicious fish on one of many bottom fishing and sport fishing trips. You'll enjoy time with friends on the water with the most experienced guides as you're taken to plentiful grounds off the coast of Maui for a fun and relaxing fishing experience.
With almost half a million visitors per year, there's a reason the Maui Ocean Center is known as the most advanced, thorough and best aquarium in Hawaii. Dedicating to providing an accurate understanding and respect for Hawaii's underwater life, staff expert naturalists are always at hand to answer any questions you may have.
We've listed the best portrait and wedding photographers as well as photography tours for amateur and professionals. Having your photos taken is a crucial part of your vacation. Maui is world famous for weddings because of the natural beauty and relaxed atmosphere it offers.
No trip to Maui is complete without an ocean side luau. Enjoy a spectacular sunset while sipping cold cocktails, watching exciting fire dancing and hula shows, and feasting on the tropical foods of Hawaii. We've listed a few of our favorite places to go for a Maui luau.
There’s no better way to explore the island than by helicopter. Trips go to the top of the Haleakala Crater, over Hana’s rainforests, along the blue coasts, across the channel to some of the tallest sea cliffs in the world, up against multiple waterfalls only accessed by air.
From beginners to advanced, Maui offers some great opportunities to surf. Maui is home to longboarding of small waves, shortboarding of medium to large waves, and tow surfing for gigantic waves. Maui is also famous for kite and wind surfing as well as stand up paddling.
Every year thousands of humpback whales migrate to Maui's warm waters to frolic, breed and give birth. For months you'll see whales bursting from the surface in acrobatic displays. Enjoy the show up close and personal on a whale watching boat.
Visitors come from all over the world to enjoy the best drive ever on the Road to Hana. You'll pass gushing waterfalls, ride along rugged ocean landscapes, drive through lush rainforest and arrive at one of the sleepiest and untouched towns in Hawaii.
Warm water, thriving tropical reefs, exotic ocean life, and easy access await off the coast of Maui. Take a trip to Molokini Crater, check out the cathedrals of Lanai, or explore a sunken shipwreck. Maui County has it all for exciting and memorable scuba diving.
You don't have to have experience in order to enjoy the fantastic views afforded from a stand up paddle board. Glide with ease over pristine reefs and tropical marine life as you get a work out and have a ton of fun!
No doubt you've heard about the world famous golf courses in Maui, Hawaii. Enjoy scenic ocean views, beautiful courses and great weather while teeing off at a Maui golf course. From Makena to Kapalua, you'll come back again and again just to golf.
Explore spots that are rarely visited as your expert guides show you marine life, snorkel spots, and some of the best ocean views Maui has to offer. It's a lot of fun, and a great way to get some exercise.
Not only are these private tours a lot of fun, but you also learn quite a bit about the land, people, and history of Hawaii. Step back in time, and enjoy a craft that has aided the Hawaiian people for centuries.
Planning for the future, Maui is ahead of much of the world in its plans and implementation of new sustainable energy on the island. Wind, waves, sun, algae, and more are being discussed and planned to make Maui's future bright and sustainable.
Sailing off the coast of Maui has many benefits. Enjoy the quiet and peaceful ride to go snorkeling at Molokini Crater or whale watching. Our favorite thing to do is sail around Maui's south shore past Big Beach in Makena. We also enhoj sunset cruises along the west coast of Maui.
You don't know what you're missing until you've been to at least one of the many sustainable local farms on Maui. See how Maui is leading the charge towards the future of farming with incredibly unique Maui products.