Maui Tours On Ocean, Air & Land
Experience The Valley Isle With An Expert Guide
From the thundering surf of the North Shore to the sun-drenched beaches of Ka’anapali; from the rainforest of east Maui to the soaring heights of Haleakala; from the tide pools of Kihei to the sea life of Molokini Crater; Maui offers so much to do and see, it’s nearly impossible to experience it all in a single vacation! It’s no surprise to find that Maui boasts one of the highest visitor return-rates of all the islands.
Sharing the sentiment with the ancient aliʻi (royalty) of Hawaiʻi, Maui holds a special place in the hearts of visitors and residents alike.
Take An Adventure On Maui And Try Something New On Your Vacation
There is plenty of adventure to be had here on Maui! Driving the famously windy road to Hana, trekking Haleakala National Park, boating around Molokini Crater bay, whale watching, snorkeling, hiking, ziplining and so much more – we’ve got it all here on the island of Maui. Let us show you around!
The most in-demand tours Maui has to offer are kayaking, snorkeling the Molokini bay and Turtle Town, taking in the splendor of an award-winning luau, hiking in Haleakala National Park (including a sunrise option) and, of course, cruising the curves along the road to Hana!
Maui is well-known for its prominent mountains and deep waterfall-lined valleys, but even the surrounding sea hosts an abundance of marine wildlife who also agree that “Maui no ka ʻoi” (Maui is the best). From the annual migration of Humpback Whales from Alaska to the rare Hawaiian Monk seal to spinner dolphins, Maui has some of the most remarkable Marine Preservation districts in the state. The crown jewel of Maui snorkel tour spots is the crescent-shaped Molokini Crater, accessible only by boat. But if you can’t make it out there this trip, there are still many more snorkel spots scattered around the island.
The best Maui ocean tours can include activities such as kayaking, boating to Molokini, small-but-fast ocean rafts, and leisurely snorkel or dinner cruises. Our ocean tours can also include visits to the neighbor isles of Lanaʻi or Molokaʻi. Whatever type of ocean adventure you have in mind, we will help you find a terrific tour at a great price!
Maui is the second largest island of the main Hawaiian islands and is quite a bit bigger than most visitors think. While the road to the summit of Haleakala is only 38 miles long, the road is a steep ascent of switchbacks that can take over an hour to drive. Likewise, the road to Hana is over 60 miles to the Pools of ʻOheʻo, located eight miles beyond the town of Hana. Even the best-planned day can, in reality, be 10-12 hours long, so be sure to plan your vacation time accordingly.
There are lots of wonderful hikes to but if you are not sure where to go it can get dangerous in an instant! That’s why we only recommend tours that are reputable for keeping visitors safe and comfortable on Maui’s challenging roads and landscapes!
Much of Maui’s incredible beauty is in the remote valleys and rugged coastlines whose magnificence can only be fully appreciated by air, making helicopter tours one of the most popular ways to sight-seeing on Maui. There are several flights options that allow a birds-eye view of places like Haleakala National Park, the road to Hana, the West Maui Mountains. Longer tours include aerial views of neighboring Molokaʻi whose incredible 1,000 ft. high ocean cliffs leave you in awe. No trip to Maui would be complete without an air tour and we have a great selection to choose from!
Catching some great performances from hula shows to luaus is always a memorable part of a Hawaiian vacation. Choose from a variety of options on both the south and west sides of the island. Most Maui luaus include mouth-watering food, delicious tropical beverages, and, of course, excellent entertainment. Each luau offers a different level of experience depending on location and package prices. Feel free to ask us questions as we are happy to help you select the show that best accommodates your time, location, and budget!
Biking down the Haleakala volcano has been popular on Maui for decades. After getting dropped off above the clouds, visitors of all ages and skill-level coast down the mountain’s winding Crater Road, descending thousands of feet in elevation. The island views are incredible and the ride can be coupled with sunrise at the summit, a zip line tour, or a winery visit. With so many activity options, your biking outing can be even more action-packed! We work with the best downhill biking tours ensuring plenty of safe and affordable tours to choose from!
Ziplines have been around for centuries helping people traverse dangerous rivers and valleys. Did you know that the first commercial zipline tour in the United States was built right here on Maui in 2002? Today there are over a dozen zipline companies on the island offering a range of experiences for nearly everybody from ages 8 to 98! We have a great assortment to choose from, so feel free to ask us about the specifics of each of these thrilling adventure rides!
Hiking on Maui is a great way to interact with the beauty of the island firsthand. However every year visitors get lost or injured hiking in forbidden areas. Opt for safe and worry-free fun, hiking Maui’s trails with a tour guide. We have a great lineup of memorable outdoor adventures including hikes in the Haleakala Crater, treks through dense rainforest, and excursions to waterfalls near Hana. Also popular is our kayaking and hiking combo tours!
Maui & Haleakala National Park From Oahu
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