Maui Hawaii Activities: Lahaina, Kaanapali, Kihei, Wailea beach activities
Activities offered on Maui will literally let you cover the island from head to foot: you can take a scenic drive around Maui along the Road to Hana, enjoy a Trilogy sailing charter or Molokini Crater Snorkeling for the of a lifetime, tour the island by Maui helicopter and see the most amazing Maui waterfalls, snuba diving with turtles and tropical fish, or take a friendly, knowledgeable private Maui Hiking Tour for the day.
If there's one activity that all Maui visitors should see, it's the Haleakala Crater Sunrise. Some people drive up on their own and others want the experience of participating with one of our local guided tours. We offer guided - you get picked up and dropped off at your hotel and when the Haleakala sunrise is complete, you go on one of the most rewarding activities on Maui. It's important to note, that the are not for everyone, especially pregnant women, people with back problems or anyone that's not comfortable on a bike.
Open Monday thru Sunday!
Kayaker (10+ years old): $78.95 $74.95
SAVE $8(PER COUPLE - LIMITED SPACE - CONFIRM SOON)
Recommended for 10 years and olderDuration: 3+ Hours
Check-in 7:00am / 10:00am3+ hour kayak and snorkel trip along Maui’s North West side from Kapalua to Honolua Bay Marine Reserve where you will enjoy one of Maui’s finest pristine coral reef systems. Begin your adventure with a beach launch from DT Fleming Beach Park, just north of the Kapalua area. In a small group with just a few other kayakers and a guide, you’ll set off for the morning with snorkel gear stowed and paddle in hand. Follow the rocky, lush shoreline around Mokuleia Bay, also known to locals as “Slaughterhouse Beach” for the building that once stood above on the cliff. Listen as your enthusiastic and safety oriented guide shares the history of the area while pointing out the unique geographical features of the land. As your Honolua Bay kayak tour approaches the Mokuleia Marine Life Conservation District, there are areas of dense coral growths on either side of the cove in waters roughly 40 deep. Admire the small caves and archways that define the cliff edge. The mouth of the bay has a depth of about 60 feet with visibility so great you can usually see the ocean floor from the seat of your kayak. You can snorkel with excellent visability, see vibrant colored corals and hundreds of tropical marine life species. You'll also encounter Hawaiian green sea turtles and occasionally see a resident pod of wild spinner dolphins. Learn More