Things to Do
Scroll to Continue
Things to Do on Maui
Each of Maui’s beaches has something different to offer, so whether you want activities on the water or total relaxation, you’re sure to find the perfect beach for you.More
Farm tours, hiking trails and family friendly attractions are just a few of the fun things to do you’ll find on the island of Maui.More
Snorkeling, swimming, paddleboarding and more await you if you want to spend a day in or on the water here.More
Expeditions, the Lahaina-Lanai Ferry, provides affordable service between Maui and Lanai, five times a day, every day! Packages are available for a day of championship golf, luxury accommodations, Jeep rental, 4X4 Trekker Tours, Archery, Sporting Clays.
Home to a vibrant variety of 90 fine shops and restaurants and a renowned whale museum, Whalers Village is located on beautiful Kaanapali Beach and has the distinction of being Maui's premier ocean front shopping destination. Free Hawaiian entertainment.
Chef Jeff Scheer (2015 Aipono Chef of the Year) uses only the highest quality ingredients, hand-picked within our own plantation’s fields, working closely with select Maui farmers and providers. Each dish is prepared with integrity, expertise, and fearless creativity.
Home of the 2008 Wendy's Champion SKINS GAME, the Royal Kaanapali Course has 45 years of tournament history. With its recent upgrades, guests can enjoy this demanding course from oen of four sets of tees. Come play where the Champions play!
Get an aerial view of tropical forests, pineapple fields, and a 50-foot waterfall. With nearly two miles of parallel zipping, Kapalua’s zipline course is one of the country’s largest. Kapalua Ziplines guests fly across lush valleys on the West Maui Mountains.
Sunshine Helicopters offers air tours of Maui, Molokai, Big Island Hawaii and Kauai. Over 90% of the State of Hawaii is accessible only by helicopter. Soar with us in the blue skies above the Hawaiian Islands aboard our "Black Beauty" state-of-the-art helicopters.