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First-Timer's Guide to Maui

First-Timer's Guide to Maui

Maui is best known for its picturesque beaches, but there is a lot more to the island than white sand and resorts. Don’t miss the chance to experience traditional Hawaiian culture at a luau, see the rugged coastline on the Road to Hana, or visit the impressive Haleakala volcano. Here’s how to make the most of your first trip to Maui. 

Enjoy the Beaches

A trip to Maui would not be complete without a beach day. Enjoy white sand and sunshine at Makena Beach State Park (also known as Big Beach), or head to the Hana Coast to discover Maui’s famous black- and red-sand beaches. 

Attend a Traditional Luau

The historic fishing village of Lahaina is the place to go if you want to experience a classic Hawaiian luau. Enjoy hula performances, traditional kalua (pit-baked) pork, and a buffet of fresh Hawaiian food—all with an ocean view. 

Travel the Road to Hana

While you can make the drive to Hana yourself, the rugged coastal road is lined with picturesque views that you will miss if you’re busy focusing on the twising, winding way. Instead, book a tour that includes a driver and a guide who can show you the top photo spots, beaches, and waterfalls along the way.

Explore Volcanoes and Rainforests

Leave the beaches behind for a day and head to the island’s interior, where you can hike the dormant volcano Haleakala, zipline through the rainforest, and cool off under a waterfall. If you want to see the interior the easy way, book a helicopter tour that takes you over Haleakala and also shows you the coastline from above. 

Surf, Sail, and Snorkel

Whether you are a pro surfer or a snorkeling novice, you can find a water sport to enjoy in Maui. Try surfing in a beginner-friendly small-group lesson. Explore Turtle Town reef on a trip that combines kayaking and snorkeling. And, if you’re lucky enough to visit the island during whale season (November–April), don’t miss the chance to set sail on a whale-watching excursion. 

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Haleakala Maui Sunrise Tour with Breakfast and Pickup

Haleakala Maui Sunrise Tour with Breakfast and Pickup

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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.
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  • 8 hours
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Small-Group Road to Hana Luxury Tour and Helicopter Flight

Small-Group Road to Hana Luxury Tour and Helicopter Flight

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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.
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  • 6 hours
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Molokini Snorkeling Tour from Maalaea Harbor

Molokini Snorkeling Tour from Maalaea Harbor

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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.
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  • 5 hours
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Waterfall & Rainforest Hiking Adventure with Hotel Pickup

Waterfall & Rainforest Hiking Adventure with Hotel Pickup

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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.
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  • 7 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Molokini and Turtle Arches Snorkeling Trip from Ma'alaea Harbor

Molokini and Turtle Arches Snorkeling Trip from Ma'alaea Harbor

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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.
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  • 5 hours
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Kayak and Snorkel: Maui West Shore

Kayak and Snorkel: Maui West Shore

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Explore Maui’s beautiful West Shore on this snorkeling and kayaking tour. Led by a professional guide, you’ll paddle past scenic views of the Ukumehame Valley and snorkel over bright schools of fish. This family-friendly excursion includes all equipment, along with your choice of single or tandem kayaks.
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  • 2 hours 30 minutes
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Whalewatch Sail from Lahaina

Whalewatch Sail from Lahaina

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Maximize your chances of seeing humpback whales by embarking on a catamaran cruise from Lahaina Harbor. In the company of certified marine naturalists and marine biologists who provide insights into whale behavior, head out onto the water in search of the gentle giants. Snacks and drinks are available on board upon purchase.
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  • 2 hours
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8 Line Ka'anapali Zipline Adventure on Maui

8 Line Ka'anapali Zipline Adventure on Maui

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Experience some of Maui’s best views on this Kaanapali zipline adventure, where you leave the sandy shoreline behind and drive high up the West Maui Mountains. Over the course of various different ziplines spanning deep, eroded ravines, you not only see views of Molokai, Lanai, and the entire West Maui coastline, but also learn the island’s history and about native plants and wildlife.
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  • 3 hours 30 minutes
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Going to Hana Maui

Going to Hana Maui

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On this guided, full day tour of Hana, enjoy the diverse and tropical beauty of the famous Road to Hana. Stop for photos at roadside waterfalls and stunning black sand beaches, and even wrap around the rugged backside of Haleakala volcano. With an informative guide behind the wheel, this is one of the best ways to visit Hana—especially if you don’t want to drive!
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  • 12 hours
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