The best-of-the-best that Maui has to offer...
Road to Hana
One of the world’s most scenic drives features rainforests, ocean vistas and waterfalls (Insider tip: Book a sunrise tour for all viewing and no driving).
Haleakala National Park
Watch the day break or sun set atop the 10,023 ft. summit offering a magical view you’ll never forget (Insider tip: Up your adventure and opt for
a bike ride instead).
10,000+ humpback whales travel to Maui every winter from Dec. to April to mate and give birth (Insider tip: Enjoy views of whales and sunsets when you book a cocktail cruise).
Snorkel in the clearest water in all of Hawaii to view coral and 250+ species of fish while you listen to whale song underwater.
Iao Valley State Park
This peaceful 10-mile long park is home to one of Maui’s most recognizable landmarks, the 1,200-foot Iao Needle. This iconic green-mantled rock outcropping overlooks Iao stream and is an ideal attraction for easy hiking and sightseeing.
Perfect area for a family fun day at the beach, sporting activities and more! This stretch of heavenly white sand suntanning, swimming, and snorkeling.
This secret south Maui paradise is an ideal getaway from the crowds of the islands’ larger, more populated beaches. Offering consistently good swimming conditions and soft, white sand that bodes well for sunbathers and sandcastle building.
One of the most popular in the state, and consistently ranked among the top beaches in the nation by numerous travel publications. Calm waters offer great swimming, and natural tide pools allow the opportunity to see sea creatures up close.
A charming beach with great swimming conditions, Napili Bay is well known for its golden sand, great snorkeling and picture-perfect sunsets.
A well-known spot for locals, the fantastic waves and steady winds make this location a world-renowned windsurfing destination.