What To Do on Maui
 

What To Do on Maui
What To Do on Maui

The best part of your vacation is when you are finally on the island, and get to take part in the fun adventures, tours, and activities that you have planned. Your time on Maui is so precious, and you are going to want to make the most of your vacation and do as much as you can, while taking time to relax and just enjoy Maui. When you start to find out what there is to do on Maui, you quickly see that the island is packed with fun. Here are a few ideas of what to do on Maui, to guarantee that your vacation is simply amazing!

What to do on Maui
Haleakala Summit
Get ready for a view that you will not believe. The summit of Haleakala is the highest point on Maui and definitely worth the winding roads that lead up the slopes of the volcano. Most head up in the early morning hours for a sunrise excursion and the dawn of a new day, but you can also head up for the sunset, or even go during the day for a hike. No matter which you choose, you HAVE to get to the summit of Haleakala.

Authentic Hawaiian Luau
When you think of what to do on Maui, or any Hawaiian Island for that matter, an authentic Hawaiian luau is near the top of the list. Each Maui luau is fun, but you want to pick one that is special, providing everything that a luau should be. Fun, games, a beautiful setting, great feast, and thrilling performances are all staples at a luau and Maui’s Huakai Luau at Ka’anapali Beach certainly fits the bill.

Snorkeling at Molokini
There are many great places to snorkel on Maui, but Molokini is the one that you need to check out. Located out in the middle of the ocean, far from shore, Molokini is a crescent shaped crater that protrudes from the water and gives protection from the unpredictable ocean, so you can snorkel and enjoy Hawaii’s vast underwater world.

Road to Hana Sightseeing Adventures
To really get to know Maui, you need to see everything that the island has to offer. A trip around the Road to Hana is the perfect sightseeing option to see the diversity of the island, and find all of the hidden features of Maui. The Hana Highway has long been an essential method of transport for residents of the island, and continues to be the only connection to Maui’s east side.

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