Makena has the notorious distinction of being the first place where a Western explorer set foot on the island of Maui. When Jean Francois de La Perouse first “discovered” the island of Maui in 1786, he found a thriving population of Native Hawaiians ... 

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Sea Urchin

February 2013

Our daughter with a sea urchin.

kayaking in maui

August 2012

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kayaking in maui

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April 2012

Snorkeling at Makena landing

Morning Kayak and Snorkel - Waterfall Hike and Paddle Tour

October 2013

Monica enjoying the morning Maui Kayak and Snorkel excursion!

Picture with a turtle

February 2013

A picture of us and a turtle.

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April 2012

swimming with turtles

The best part

December 2010

John C
USA

It was really nice to just be on the water, looking at the Makena shoreline and being in the sun on a nice Maui day.

Taking off from the Beach

December 2010

John C
USA

It was surprising easy to get started, no one had issues in our group – even those real beginners made it fine.

Easy Kayaking

December 2010

John C
USA

The kayaks were very easy to use. We could see the nearby islands of Kahoolawe and Lanai off in the distance.

Headed out on the water

December 2010

John C
USA

We headed off the beach toward the snorkel site. The kayak was easy to maneuver and the seas are calm in this part of Maui.

On the water near Makena

December 2010

John C
USA

Our guide Brandon giving us tips about where to snorkel and see turtles.

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