Beyond the CitySee all 101 Things To Do on Maui!

See an Army of Palm Trees

If you are looking for a one-of-a-kind view once you’ve arrived in MOLOKA‘I, all you need to find is the lovely bunch of coconut trees. Located on the south shore of Moloka‘i, KAPUAIWA COCONUT BEACH PARK boasts a stunning sunset view accented by hundreds of majestic palms. This HISTORIC LANDMARK, one of the largest groves… Continue »

Get Your Hands Dirty

Help the ‘aina (land) on your trip to Maui by taking part in a volunteer project. “VOLUNTOURISM,” a term coined for when tourists take time to give back to the place they’re visiting, has been increasing in popularity, and Maui is a great place to pitch in. On these projects, visitors not only get to… Continue »

Hire a Driver for the Jaunt to Hana

Although the ROAD TO HANA can be negotiated by almost anyone in possession of a driver’s license, there are easier ways to get there. You can spend a few bucks and take a private tour in a luxury vehicle; you can take in the view from reclining captain chairs in a POSH PASSENGER VAN; or… Continue »

Detour for Ke‘anae Peninsula

The KE‘ANAE PENINSULA is an isolated and wildly beautiful place where the surf pounds against jagged lava rocks that edge a gnarly coastline. Turn left on Hana Highway, a half-mile past mile marker 16. This is a detour that won’t disappoint and, as luck would have it, boasts public restrooms. Ke‘anae was almost destroyed in… Continue »

Go Beyond Hana

PI‘ILANI HIGHWAY, just outside HANA, is a tight, mountain-hugging road with blind turns, one-way bridges and heart-stopping views from sheer cliff drops. The drive may be risky, but it’s worth the draw of Maui’s off-the-beaten-path wonders. Watch for WAILUA FALLS, a 95-foot cascade located about 5 miles past mile marker 45 on Highway 31. MAKAHIKU… Continue »

Discover Your Favorite Beach

Maui has a myriad of prized beaches. Picking your favorite isn’t just about beauty and utility—it’s also about safety. Lifeguards protect just nine of Maui’s 81 BEACHES. D.T. FLEMMING BEACH PARK is situated on sand dunes at mile marker 31 on Highway 3, east of Kapalua. The park actually begins on the 16th hole of… Continue »

Explore with a Guide

Discovering what Maui is all about often means putting on your hiking boots and getting up close and personal with the island’s birds, plants, mud, rocks, trees, streams and waterfalls. Why not see the best of the island with an educated guide who can enlighten you on the mysteries and magic of the island of… Continue »

Find Beachfront Om

YOGA is known for its relaxing and centering qualities. Beaches are hailed as a place to escape and rejuvenate. Maui is an island renowned for its luxury and leisure. Why not combine all three for the best possible getaway? MAUI YOGA PATH at Mana Kai Resort offers morning and evening yoga classes in an OPEN-AIR… Continue »

See Maui on Horseback

A guided horseback tour is a great way not only to explore out-of-the-way terrain, but also to become familiar with Maui’s culture. Outside Makawao, at the edge of an upcountry rainforest, PI‘IHOLO RANCH offers horseback rides conducted by family and friends of owner Peter Baldwin. The ranch offers gorgeous views, stories about Maui’s ranching history… Continue »

Tour a Lavender Farm

While the sensuously calming LAVENDER PLANT is most commonly associated with summer in the South of France, Maui visitors who adore the flower’s relaxing fragrance are pleased to learn that the plant also thrives in the Valley Island’s tropical climate. That’s right: At ALI‘I KULA LAVENDER FARM, you can SEE LAVENDER IN BLOOM ALL YEAR… Continue »