Maui and a Laundry List of Fun

It’s bit of an outdated saying, but “fun in the sun” is precisely what Maui delivers. In abundance, too. From the robust forestry to the flat, sandy beaches to the crystal clear deep blue, Maui’s terrain makes it possible to enjoy a variety of things to do.

If you’re more into touristy activities and want to see what the island is really made of, there’s the private tour that takes you all around Maui. You’ll explore every facet of The Valley Isle and even get to take a close look at the black sand beaches, lava tubes, sea caves, and towering waterfalls. This guided tour is the most in-depth look into the history that makes Maui the incredible island it is and you’ll get to view some of its rich culture through stops at ancient missionary churches and more natural formations like the bamboo forests.

Bamboo Forrest on Maui

Guests looking for more hands-on or physically exerting entertainment will fall in love with the Maui Haleakala Bike Tour. Stretching about 25 miles long, this downhill bike tour will let you experience the colorful gem that is Haleakala National Park. As the tour is a downhill cruise, even novice bikers can take part in this breathtaking experience.

Water-bugs Rejoice

Of course, if you’re more into water activities and adventure, Maui doesn’t skimp on the opportunities. From stand-up paddle lessons to snorkeling at the Molokini Crater, the gorgeous waters are impossible to ignore. Snorkelers can explore sea caves and lava tubes while travelers looking to learn a new skill can try their hand at surfing and windsurfing lessons. Beginners and younger vacationers will be able to dive right into windsurfing lessons, which are perfect for all ages.

Maui Clear Blue Waters

With options that let you explore the depths and get up-close-and-personal to the tropical wildlife and provide you with an opportunity to some alone time, it’s no wonder the coast of Maui is such a popular spot for travelers.

Spots on these tours fill up fast, so be sure to make a reservation today! To make sure you get the most out of your tour, be sure to bring a camera, a change of clothing, and a bottle of water!