Maui Water Adventures

Don’t forget to pack your swimsuit on your next visit to Maui. Scuba in the waters of MolokiniWhale watch off the coast of Lahaina. Or swim, surf or snorkel at one of Maui’s spectacular beaches. DT Fleming Beach Park in Kapalua, Wailea Beach in Wailea and Kaanapali Beach were each named “America’s Best Beach.”

With 120 miles of coastline, Maui boasts over 30 miles of beautiful beaches, some of which have been voted the best in the world.
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Charter a boat, take a sunset cruise or go on a whale watching tour off the western coast of Maui.
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Lanai and Molokai are easily accessible from Maui, with inter-island ferries running daily from Lahaina Harbor.
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Surfing lessons typically last 1-2 hours and are taught by experienced surfers in the Maui’s gentle surf breaks.
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Carved into the landscape of Maui are a variety of natural wonders spanning spectacular beaches to otherworldly volcanic vistas.
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Scuba and snorkel off of Maui’s pristine beaches or scuba off the coast of Molokini, a popular Maui dive spot.
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Maui is a great place to watch big wave surfers, tow-in surfers and windsurfers as well as learn the “sport of kings” yourself.
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Watch Hawaii’s surfers during the winter big wave season at spots along Maui’s north shore.
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The waters off of Lahaina, West Maui and South Maui are your gateway to some of the best winter whale watching in the world.
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