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List Of Things To Do On Maui

There is a lot to do and see on Maui, but first a word of caution. Because the Hawaiian Islands are close to the earth's equator, the sun shines brighter here than it probably does at home. Please remember to bring AND USE sunscreen. (On tops of feet too.) Many a Maui vacation has been ruined because of over exposure to the sun! Finally, even though this is paradise, there are people who would take what does not belong to them. Please do not leave valuables in your car or tucked into a shoe alone on the beach. They may not be there when you return.

Hawaiian Culture

  • Visit Pukalani Hula Hale (Hula school) - Watch the ancient art of Hula passed on from generation to generation.

  • Visit a Heiau – An ancient Hawaiian place of worship. (Please be respectful of the old religion.)

  • Visit Bailey House Museum in Wailulu - See a restored Missionary era home.

  • Visit historic Lahaina – Fort remains, Old courthouse, Pioneer Inn and the restored ship Carthaginian II. Lahaina was once the home to King Kamehameha and Hawaii's first capital city.

Above Ground

  • Take a helicopter sightseeing tour – Get a "Bird's eye view" of Maui and see many waterfalls inaccessible from the road.

  • Go on a biplane sightseeing tour – An open air cockpit is a rare treat for the senses

  • Hang Glide off the slope of Haleakala – Watch out for the Nene geese (Hawaii's State Bird)

Ground Level

  • Drive the road to Hana

  • Tour Pu'unene Sugar Museum – Last remaining sugar cane processing plant on Maui

  • Drive to the summit of Haleakala – See the sunrise or the sunset... either one is beautiful but you do not have to get up quite as early for the sunset!!!

  • Drive to the Tedeshi Winery – Sample Maui Blanc. Remember don't drink and drive!!!

  • Visit Iao Valley State Park – Famous rock formation and beautiful stream and pools. Take a dip.

  • Drive "Upcountry" to Kula - At the 3,500 foot level of Haleakala see both sides of the isthmus, Kaho'olawe, and Molokini. On a clear day you can see Molokai peeking around the side of Maui.

  • Circumnavigate west Maui. You'll pass through quaint towns where much remains the same as it was years ago, before the commercialization of Maui.

On/In The Water

  • Snorkel – Just off shore from your condo is a beautiful reef.

  • Enjoy your cool and refreshing pool. During the evenings and in winter, enjoy the hot tub which is heated all year round.

  • Surf – Local surfing shops rent boards of all types.

  • Windsurf – You can watch high atop Ho'okipa Beach State Park or rent equipment in town and join the line-up offshore.

  • Go on a submarine.

  • Claustrophobic? Try a glass bottom boat.

  • Swim in the so called "Seven Sacred Pools" of Ohe'o Gulch (Hana). There are way more than seven pools and they are not sacred!

  • Take a Kayak trip and see hidden sea caves and turtles.

  • Go on a parachute ride – Suspend high atop the ocean on a parachute while a motorboat below tows you along the coast.

  • From Ma'alaea Harbor you can:

    • Rent a motor boat

    • Rent wave runners

    • Charter a sport deep sea fishing boat

    • Take a sunset cocktail or dinner cruise

    • Charter a sailboat

    • Go on a Molokini island snorkeling or diving trip

    • Join a whale watch or marine mammal excursion. (Whales can typically be observed from November to March.)

  • Walk on Sugar Beach - just 2 minutes away from your condo. Be the only foot prints in the sand.

For The Artist In You

  • Friday night is "Art Night" in Lahaina. Meet and greet famous, and not so famous, artists in the various shops that line Front Street and surrounding side streets. Most stores are open late. Have your picture shipped home and save Hawaii State taxes.

For the Athlete in you

  • Golf - Book your tee times in advance for many of the championship and public golf courses on Maui. Green fees can range from $40 to over $200 with most courses requiring a cart. Maui links are in such popular demand because most offer spectacular views of the island and the Pacific, not to mention their challenging holes.

  • The PGA Tour starts at Kapalua! - During the season, take the shuttle bus which leaves daily from Ma'alaea Harbor to the Plantation Course and watch PGA Tour Champions compete for a multi-million dollar purse (Mercedes Championships.) For general information please call
    (808) 669-2440
    or on the web: www.kapaluamaui.com

  • Tennis - many public and private courts abound on Maui.

  • Bicycle down Haleakala - Coast down 10,000 feet and 38 miles of winding roads and switchbacks.

  • Hike - There are many hiking trails on Maui which vary from leisurely jaunts to overnight backpacking trips. You will be rewarded with beautiful waterfalls and mountain vistas of Maui most people never take the time or spend the energy to see.

  • Horseback ride into Haleakala Crater - From the summit journey down into the alien world of cinder cones and multi colored lava.

  • Horseback ride into Ohe'o Gulch - See hidden waterfalls, pools and streams rarely seen by most visitors.

  • Jog - Many of Maui's roads lead to out of the way beaches, overlooks and rarely visited scenic areas.

  • Swim – Besides the miles of ocean, there is your condo pool. If you want to swim laps, then there are several municipal pools within a few minutes driving distance.

Just For Fun

  • Take a day trip to Lana'i by ferry – See Petroglyphs, visit secluded beaches, and relax in a hotel lobby at Tea Time (4:00 p.m.)

  • Take a day trip to Moloka'i – Tour Kalapapa, see phallic rock where ancient Hawaiians went to get pregnant, and see "Old Hawaii".

  • Visit Paia – Take a step back in time as you stroll down Hana Highway. Antique shops and boutiques line both sides of the road.

  • Go to a Hawaiian music concert – Check out who is playing. There is more to Hawaiian music than Don Ho!

  • Stop at Maui Tropical Plantation. Buddy Fo used to sing there, but alas no more.

  • Stop in Makawao where Paniolos (Hawaiian Cowboys) work and play. Shop for antiques, arts and crafts.

  • Get married on Maui. Everyone back home has a wedding license from the plain old 49 states. Having a Hawaiian marriage license with a wedding held on Maui is an event no one will forget!

After Dark

  • Go stargazing – Drive up Haleakala to Kula, park and make a wish on a falling star. You can also book a stargazing tour from a local operator and see the heavens from the summit of Haleakala. (Remember to dress warmly as temperatures will dip into the 30's and 40's at night!!!!)

  • Go to a movie, play or concert. Check the "Maui News" for what is playing.

  • Walk the beach hand in hand with a loved one.

For the Stomach

  • Go to a Hawaiian luau.

  • Check out Maui's night life with its many cafés, bistros and lounges. You'll find everything from McDonald's to five star Hawaiian Regional Cuisine restaurants.

  • Pack a picnic lunch for your "Road Trip" to Hana.

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