Experience the Valley Island

Maui is actually made up of two volcanoes with a bridge of flat land between them – hence the “Valley Island” nickname. It’s the second largest Hawaiian island and offers a taste of just about everything the Aloha State has to offer, from impressive wildlife to intriguing history and culture. While on a visit here, you can shimmy alongside professional hula dancers, golf along coastal fairways, snorkel alongside different types of sea turtles or simply lounge along some of Hawaii’s most notable beaches. The island is beloved for its world-famous beaches, the sacred Iao Valley, views of migrating humpback whales, farm-to-table cuisine and the magnificent sunrise and sunset from Haleakala (the world’s largest dormant volcano). It’s not surprising that Maui has been voted “Best Island in the U.S.” by Condé Nast Traveler readers for more than 20 years.

Unique ways you can explore the island...

Helicopter Tours: Learn about the history and culture of the sights from your pilot, who is also a State of Hawaii Certified Tour Guide. Explore Haleakala Crater, Oheo Gulch, Hana Town, Hana rainforest and the rugged shoreline of Northeast Maui.

Horseback Riding: This remarkable ranch provides plenty of open range to move freely and visit spectacular vistas. See many native plants and indigenous trees of Hawaii and sometimes colorful, endemic forest birds.

Hiking: Choose from a West Maui Mountains Hike to a Waterfall and Rainforest Hike or Haleakala Volcano Crater Hike.

Ziplining: Soar over sprawling acres of green kikuyu and pangola pastures in Maui’s serene “upcountry,” enjoy frequent air and view

ATV Tours: The ultimate off-road adventure is one of the best-loved activities in Maui. Enjoy a ride in a dune buggy through an active cattle pasture on private dirt roads and trails. Take in gorgeous views of Lahaina Town, Kaanapali, Lanai and Molokai as you four-wheel on the side of West Maui Mountains.

Snorkeling: Explore Molokini considered one of Hawaii’s premier snorkeling and SNUBA destinations or sail away to the private Island of Lana’I and experience a sight unique only to Maui: A panoramic view of four Hawaiian Islands! Snorkel tropical gardens and sunbathe on the white sand beach as Hulopo’e Bay’s Spinner Dolphins welcome you.

Maui and Haleakala Scenic Land Tours: This adventure allows guests to tour the world’s most sublime volcanic spectacle at a relaxed pace. Returning down the slopes of Haleakala, stop for lunch at the picturesque Kula Lodge before continuing to Makawao for a little shopping and then off to the World Famous Tedeschi Winery for a complimentary tour and some wine tasting.

The best-of-the-best that Maui has to offer...

Attractions

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).

Whale-watching
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).

Molokini Crater
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.

Beaches

Kaanapali Beach
Perfect area for a family fun day at the beach, sporting activities and more! This stretch of heavenly white sand suntanning, swimming, and snorkeling.

Keawakapu Beach
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.

Kapalua Beach
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.

Napili Bay
A charming beach with great swimming conditions, Napili Bay is well known for its golden sand, great snorkeling and picture-perfect sunsets.

Ho’okipa Beach
A well-known spot for locals, the fantastic waves and steady winds make this location a world-renowned windsurfing destination.