How to Spend Spring Break on Maui
With plenty of sunshine and more than 30 miles (50 kilometers) of white, black, and red sand beaches, Maui is a great place to spend spring break. Whether you’re looking to relax, go on an adventure, or spot wildlife, Maui has a range of activities for families, groups, and solo travelers. Here are some of the best spring break activities on the Valley Isle.
- Catch the tail end of whale watching season and look for migrating humpback whales frolicking offshore on a boat tour.
- Go on an epic road trip via the Road to Hana, and chase waterfalls and rainbows along the way—tours let someone else drive so that you can enjoy the scenery.
- Hang ten and catch some waves by learning to surf. For a more relaxed experience, try standup paddleboarding.
- Get out on the water and go snorkeling and scuba diving at Molokini, Turtle Town, or on the Atlantis Submarine.
- Explore Haleakala National Park and watch a sunrise or sunset on a trekking tour.
- Go on an adventure tour and hike, zipline, drive an ATV, or ride horses through the jungle.
- Experience local culture and cuisine plus performances involving knives and fire, at a traditional luau.