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Imagine swimming in a sunken volcano that teems with thousands of fish, while splashing in crystal clear water. On this Molokini snorkeling tour, cruise out to the crater, before jumping in the crystalline waters and scouring the colorful reef. Make a second stop dependent upon conditions, and search for turtles at Turtle Town or a spot named Coral Gardens. This family-friendly Maui activity is one of the island's most popular, and an unforgettable day of exploring the underwater world.
Over 200 different species of fish inhabit Molokini Crater, and you have the chance to search for them all aboard this Maui snorkeling tour. Inside this ancient volcanic caldera that rises up out of the sea, you might also find manta rays, sea urchins, eels, or even a harmless shark. This tour also stops at a spot called Turtle Town along the Maui coastline, where you have the chance to swim alongside enormous Hawaiian Green sea turtles. Enjoy amenities like a glass-bottom viewing room and snorkeling equipment as well as a buffet lunch on the triple-decker catamaran.
Take an epic journey along the stretch of picturesque roadway known as the Road to Hāna on this full-day tour that highlights the best of Hawaii's natural beauty and stunning landscapes. See beautiful beaches, quiet coastline, and towering waterfalls as you make your way across the Kalepa Bridge, where the highway continues to Kīpahulu on the Piilani Highway. This journey through the iconic narrow highway is comprised of 59 bridges and more than 600 curves taking travelers in and out of rain forest and tropical foliage.
At 'The Feast at Lele' luau in Lahaina, take a journey across Polynesia just steps from a white-sand beach. Located on famous Front Street in Lahaina, this Maui luau is a culinary journey through the Polynesian islands and is capped off by song and dance performed to a sunset backdrop.
Experience an incredible daybreak view from top of Maui’s highest peak during this 7- to 8-hour Mt. Haleakala sunrise tour. Journey with a guide to the summit of this massive volcano to witness the orange and red-colored dawn of a new day set amidst the clouds, enjoying the sublime beauty of a sight that once inspired literary great Mark Twain. This Maui sunrise excursion also includes round-trip hotel transport, continental breakfast and entrance fees.
Hit the world-famous road to Hana during the full-day sightseeing tour of this byway’s lush farms, scenic overlooks, and rich Hawaiian history. Try to keep your jaw from dropping as you proceed along this iconic north-Maui route, passing postcard-perfect scenery at Wai'anapanapa State Park, Ho’okipa Beach Park, and Waikani Falls. Continue on to Ke’anae, a historic Hawaiian hamlet known for its fisherman and photo-worthy atmosphere, and see the final resting place of aviator Charles Lindbergh. A guide, round-trip hotel transport, and lunch are all included.
Travel the famous Road to Hana in style, enjoying a luxurious small-group sightseeing roadtrip by limo-van and a stunning helicopter flight back, during this 6-hour adventure. Sit back and relax inside your plush limo-van on the way to Hana, stopping at Hana Tropical Gardens, the Hawaiian hamlet of Ke-anae and at a gorgeous waterfall, where you’ll have time to swim. You’ll also enjoy a beachside lunch before eventually boarding a helicopter for an incredible 36-minute flight above Haleakala Crater and the island’s rugged coast. This luxurious small-group trip to Hana also includes a professional guide.
Take a trip along the Road to Hana with this half-day trip from Kahului. Your guide will pick you up from your hotel and take you along the road, with plenty of stops along the way to experience traditional Hawaiian villages, explore tranquil coastal areas, and cool off in waterfalls.
Imagine exploring the ocean floor on a submarine tour in Maui, pressing your face against circular portholes in search of reef sharks and fish. On the Maui Atlantis Submarine tour, descend over 100 feet (30m) in an air-conditioned sub, experiencing the sights, sounds, and scenes of life beneath the waves.
Snorkeling in Molokini Crater is undeniably one of the best parts about visiting Maui. Here in this crescent, submerged volcano off Maui’s southern coastline, over 250 species of fish inhabit a world-class reef. Experience water so exceptionally clear you can see down 75 feet, and swim with schools of tropical fish while cruising the vibrant reef. You can also just sit and suntan on the deck, with sweeping views of Haleakala set just off the back of the boat.
Embark upon a horseback riding adventure in Maui on this guided tour. After your guide matches you with a suitable horse, based on your riding ability, ride up into the valley of the West Maui Mountains through gulches to see waterfalls in the distance. Then, head down the trail to the oceanfront to ride alongside the Pacific Ocean—if you are experienced, you have two opportunities to canter or gallop, weather permitting. Also includes a visit to a petting zoo, home to sheep, mini horses, and rabbits.
Enjoy a ‘front-row seat’ for Maui’s epic sunset accompanied by handcrafted cocktails and snacks during this sailing cruise from Kaanapali Beach. Enjoy views of nearby Lanai, Molokai, and Kahoolawe from your boat, cocktail and food in hand, as the Hawaiian sky puts on its nightly display. Snacks, unlimited alcoholic drinks, and non-alcoholic beverages are all included.
Unwind after a day of exploring Maui on a sunset cruise with a 4-course dinner. Enjoy delicious cuisine and included Mai Tais and other beverages against the stunning backdrop of the Pacific Ocean and surrounding islands of Lana'i and Moloka'i. With a limited number of guests aboard, this makes for the ideal romantic experience.
Combine the opportunity to watch the sunrise atop Haleakala with one of Maui’s most exciting activities: biking down the volcano from 6,500 feet (1,980 meters). Interpretive guides explain the geological features, history, and culture that surrounds Haleakala National Park. The self-guided bike ride ensures a leisurely pace, with stops available along the way.
At this oceanfront, Kaanapali luau, feel the rhythmic beat of the drums as the sun sinks low in the sky, and experience the magic of Polynesian dance as tiki torches flicker in the night. Here at one of Maui’s best luaus, smell the fragrant tropical lei you’re given upon arrival, and gather around the steaming imu where food is cooked underground. This Kaanapali sunset luau is full of exotic dances, as well as a filling, flavorful buffet of traditional Hawaiian cuisine.
Watch the Hawaii sunset aboard a sailing catamaran while listening to live music for a fun twist on the conventional sunset cruise. Depart from Kaanapali Beach and soak in great views of Maui as popular local performers play traditional, contemporary, and reggae versions of favorite songs. Your sailing cruise includes an open bar with drinks and 'pupus' (appetizers).
Don’t miss one of the most popular whale-watching tours in Maui! This 2-hour catamaran cruise takes you from the historic Lahaina Harbor out to waters home to humpback whales. Using underwater hydrophones, listen to them sing, and watch males compete for mates or mother whales calving — you never know you might see on this adventure that guarantees whale sightings. Enjoy the views from the open upper deck or the shaded cabins below, and hear informative commentary from naturalist-guides on board. This family-friendly outing includes a Naturalist Program for kids.
On this guided East Maui rainforest hike, experience the hidden, tropical beauty of the island’s lush interior. Here in one of the island’s most popular valleys, your guide will take you to sections of the rainforest that are well off the beaten track, where secret waterfalls spill into pools that welcome you for a dip. Adventurous visitors can climb up the rocks and jump towards the pools below, or simply relax in the jungle scenery while enjoying a refreshing lunch. This Maui waterfalls and rainforest hike is a total of 5-6 hours, and transport from your Maui hotel can also be arranged.
Get a new perspective on life under the sea with this adventure, which includes a clear kayak ride and a snorkeling trip. You'll head out to Makena Landing Park in Wailea, where you'll get to spot all sorts of local life, including coral and fish; if you're lucky, you might even see a sea turtle.
If you find early mornings tough but want to see the sunrise in Haleakala National Park, let the experts take care of the logistics so that all you need to do is relax and enjoy the spectacle. Get picked up from your hotel and travel in a comfortable vehicle with large viewing windows. As you journey into the park, your guide shares insights into area's flora, fauna, and cultural significance. Arriving in time for sunset, marvel as the sun lights up the crater and then enjoy a delicious breakfast.
Explore Maui's rugged terrain during this thrilling ATV tour. After an orientation to the vehicle, take off for the top of the valley, where you can view the waterfalls from a distance. Traveling via ATV allows you access to parts of the valley that traditional tour vehicles can't reach. Pilot your ATV down to the coast for a shoreline view, accompanied by engaging commentary from your guide.
Leave the busy streets of Lahaina splashing behind in your wake, as you cross the channel to snorkel the crystal clear waters off of Lanai. During this Maui snorkeling tour, spend 45 minutes motoring towards the isolated coast of Lanai, where sea turtles, fish, and occasionally dolphins swim circles above the reef. Once tied to a mooring off eastern Lanai, splash down the water slide that leads from the boat to the turquoise waters below, and enjoy a hot, BBQ lunch on the leisurely cruise back to Maui.
Get off the beaten path to explore the wild side of Molokini on this half-day adventure from Maui. The small, crescent-shaped island of Molokini is an extinct volcanic crater with a thriving coral reef, home to more than 250 species of fish and 38 species of coral. Hop aboard a 54-foot, single-deck catamaran and jump in the water for a snorkel at the Turtle Arches reef. Then, cruise around Molokini's rugged, red rock back wall, home to a variety of seabirds. Snorkeling equipment plus a continental breakfast, buffet lunch, and refreshments are included.