Whether you are a first time Maui visitor or a seasoned guest, here are some free, fun, family friendly activities. Enjoy!
1. Relax on a Maui Beach
They say the best things in life are free and many would agree that nothing beats a day of resting on a Maui beach. From soft white sands with balmy breezes to contrasting black sand beaches surrounded by dramatic volcanic landscapes, there are a wide variety of beaches to choose between. You will soon find yourself relaxing to the sound of waves lapping on the shore. Which Maui beach will you visit next?
2. Explore the Scenic Road to Hana
One of Maui’s most picturesque drives, the Road to Hana is a great way to experience Maui’s natural beauty. Located along the rugged East Coast of Maui, you will be greeted by tropical rainforests, panoramic seascapes and countless waterfalls, making this drive one of unforgettable beauty. Learn more about the scenic road to Hana HERE.
3. Witness Humpback Whales in Action (Seasonal)
Maui offers some of the best whale watching in the world. Whale watching season occurs between December and May each year when it’s not uncommon to see whales playfully surfacing, tail slapping, blowing spouts in the air and breaching. Look out for them from the beaches of Kihei, Wailea and West Maui, or visit the scenic McGregor Point lookout located between Lahaina and Maalaea. Learn more about free whale talks at the Old Lahaina Courthouse HERE.
4. Stop and See the Waterfalls
Maui has an abundance of waterfalls, each with its own unique charm. Most of Maui’s waterfalls can be found amidst the tropical rainforest located in East Maui. Finding waterfalls is not difficult, as there are several which can be seen from the roadside. They are simply breathtaking.
5. Enjoy a Spectacular Maui Sunset
Time seems to stand still at sunset. Whether you are relaxing on a beach with friends or sailing off the coast of Maui on a scenic sunset cruise, there is no better way to wind down your day than watching the ever changing colors as the sun slips slowly into the ocean. Remember to take a break from your camera and enjoy the moment.