Ahinahina plant (Silversword)
The upper slopes of Haleakala are the only place in the world to see the ahinahina plant (silversword), which can take up to fifty years to bloom.
Beaches of Maui
With 120 miles of coastline, Maui boasts over 30 miles of beautiful beaches some of which have been voted the best in the world.
Beaches of Maui
With 120 miles of coastline, Maui boasts over 30 miles of beautiful beaches some of which have been voted the best in the world.
Boating on Maui
Charter a boat, take a sunset cruise or go on a whale watching tour off the western coast of Maui.
Farm to Table
Follow the farm to table process by touring the upland farms of Upcountry Maui then dine in the prestigious restaurants of west and south Maui.
Farm to Table
Follow the farm to table process by touring the upland farms of Upcountry Maui then dine in the prestigious restaurants of west and south Maui.
Golf on Maui
Choose from 14 courses on Maui, several of which are ranked at or near the top of the “world’s best” lists.
Haleakala National Park
Haleakala National Park, a scenic national park on the island of Maui and home to Maui's highest peak.
Haleakala National Park
Rising 10,023 feet above sea level, Haleakala National Park is a must visit destination for spectacular sightseeing, hiking and biking.
Haleakala Sunrise
Haleakala National Park, known for its breathtaking sunrises, appropriately means "House of the Sun" in Hawaiian.
Haleakala Sunrise
Come early and dress warmly as you drive up to almost 10,000 feet above sea level for the Haleakala sunrise, one of Maui’s most memorable experiences.
Haleakala Sunrise
Wake up early and drive up to Maui's Haleakala Crater to see a sunrise you'll never forget. Drive from sea level to 10,000 feet in just 37 miles on your way to Maui's highest peak.
Hawaii Regional Cuisine on Maui
Hawaii Regional Cuisine inventively blends Maui’s freshest flavors with the cuisine of the world.
Heliconia
The bird of paradise is a tropical plant found in Hawaii that resembles the colorful head of a bird.
Hiking Haleakala
Hike the Halemauu Trail or the Keeneheehee (sliding sands) trail in Haleakala National Park and see volcanic landscapes, mountainous wilderness and rare plants like the silversword.
Honolua Bay
Honolua Bay is a famous big wave surf spot during the winter surf season.
Hookipa Beach
Located near Paia town, Hookipa Beach is known as the windsurfing capital of the world.
Hookipa Beach
Located near Paia town, Hookipa Beach is known as the windsurfing capital of the world.
Horseback Riding on Maui
Take a horseback-riding excursion atop the peaks of Haleakala or in the paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) country of Upcountry Maui.
Horseback Riding on Maui
Take a horseback-riding excursion atop the peaks of Haleakala or in the paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) country of Upcountry Maui.
Hui Noeau Center
From Lahaina to Makawao, discover Maui’s renowned arts scene and learn about Hawaii’s rich culture at these unique venues.
Hula on Maui
See authentic hula throughout Maui at seasonal festivals, luau and live performances at hotels and resorts.
Hula on Maui
See authentic hula throughout Maui at seasonal festivals, luau and live performances at hotels and resorts.
Iao Valley State Park
Central Maui’s Iao Valley State Park features one of Maui’s most recognizable landmarks, the 1,200-foot Iao Needle.
Iao Valley State Park
West of Wailuku in central Maui is historic Iao Valley. Sacred Iao Needle rises 1,200 feet above the valley floor and is an iconic Maui landmark.
Kaanapali Beach
The resort area of Kaanapali is known for the beautiful sands of Kaanapali Beach, Puu Kekaa or "Black Rock," and exceptional whale watching.
Kahului Airport
Maui’s main airport is Kahului Airport (OGG). There are smaller commuter airports in Kapalua (JHM) and Hana (HNM).
Kapalua
Kapalua is a resort community of luxury hotels and condominiums is home to beautiful beaches, award-winning restaurants and championship golf.
Kealia Pond
Located in South Maui in Maalaea, the Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge is home to many endangered native water birds.
Lahaina
Once known as Lele, which means “relentless sun” in Hawaiian, Lahaina is a historic town that has been transformed into a Maui hot spot.
Lahaina
Lahaina is a historic whaling village and lively West Maui hot spot.
Lahaina Harbor
Charter a boat, take a sunset cruise or go on a whale watching tour from Lahaina Harbor off the western coast of Maui.
Lahaina Harbor
Lahaina is a historic whaling village and lively west Maui hot spot.
Lahaina Jodo Mission
The Lahaina Jodo Mission is a Japanese Buddhist temple that features one of the largest statues of Buddha outside of Asia.
Learn how to surf on Maui
Surfing lessons typically last 1-2 hours and are taught by experienced surfers in the Maui’s gentle surf breaks.
Makawao
A rural, artistic community on the slopes of Upcountry Maui, Makawao is home to the Paniolo or Hawaiian cowboy.
Makena Beach State Park
South of Wailea, Makena Beach, also known as “Big Beach,” is one of the largest beaches in Maui.
Maui Arts and Cultural Center (MACC)
Check out what’s going on at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center (MACC) in Central Maui, the island’s largest venue for concerts and theater performances.
Maui Beaches
With 120 miles of coastline, Maui boasts over 30 miles of beautiful beaches some of which have been voted the best in the world.
Maui Boat Tours
Take the family on a charter boat, take a sunset cruise or go on a whale watching tour off the western coast of Maui.
Maui Culture and Arts
Discover Maui’s renowned arts scene and learn about Hawaii’s rich culture at these unique venues.
Maui Golf
You’ll want to frame your scorecard, no matter what you shoot. Golf on Maui is that memorable. Choose from 14 courses (several of which are ranked at or near the top of the “world’s best” lists) designed by noted course architects and golfing luminaries such as Arnold Palmer and Ben Crenshaw. The PGA TOUR’s Hyundai Tournament of Champions is held here each year, so you may even see a pro in the clubhouse.
Maui Honeymoons
Start your life together in one of the most popular honeymoon destinations in the world.
Maui Land Adventures
Maui’s diverse geography offers a wide variety of land adventures, from biking to dramatic, scenic drives.
Maui Luau
Get a taste of authentic Hawaiian food including kalua pig and poi, then experience Polynesian culture at a luau in Maui.
Maui Luau
Maui Ocean Center
The Maui Ocean Center, voted Hawaii’s top-rated family attraction by Zagat, is just one of the many family-friendly treasures you’ll find on Maui.
Maui Ocean Center
Over 60 interactive exhibits and an immersive 54-foot underwater tunnel make the Maui Ocean Center in Maalaea the perfect destination for family fun.
Maui Road Trips
Follow the coastline from Kapalua to Wailea or take the winding road to Hana for an unforgettable Maui road trip.
Maui Shopping
Maui Water Adventures
In Maui you can kayak, swim, surf, snorkel or scuba in the waters off of some of America's most beautiful beaches.
Maui Weddings
Your special day deserves a special place and Maui provides an idyllic setting for the wedding of your dreams.
Molokini, Maui
Molokini is a small island a few miles off of Maui’s southwestern coast that’s well suited for snorkelers and divers.
Nightlife on Maui
Whether it’s fine dining under the stars in Kihei or dancing the night away in Lahaina, the fun doesn’t stop when the sun sets on Maui.
Olowalu
Access the colorful reefs of Olowalu by taking a kayak tour from neighboring Lahaina. Olowalu is also home to the Olowalu petroglyphs.
Paniolo of Maui
Paniolo are Hawaiian cowboys and their traditions continue to live on today in places like Makawao in Upcountry Maui.
Pools of Oheo
The Pools of Oheo, located just past Hana, are beautiful, swimmable pools fed by waterfalls.
Pools of Oheo
The Pools of Oheo, located just past Hana, are beautiful, swimmable pools fed by waterfalls.
Protea
Located in Upcountry Maui, Kula is home to a variety of farms and gardens featuring protea, lavender and other exotic plants.
Puu Kekaa (Black Rock), Kaanapali Beach
One of Kaanapali Beach’s most famous attractions is the daily cliff diving ceremony off of the beach’s northernmost cliffs known as Puu Kekaa, or Black Rock.
Resorts on Maui
You’ll find Maui’s finest resorts in West Maui and South Maui with one resort in remote East Maui.
Road to Hana
Hana is a small, untouched town on Maui’s eastern coastline. To get here visitors must travel one of the world’s most scenic drives.
Road to Hana
Count the many waterfalls as you drive along the winding road to Hana, one of the world’s most scenic drives.
Road to Hana
Drive the 53-mile road to Hana, one of the world's most scenic drives, full of waterfalls, tropical wilderness and panoramic ocean views.
Sky Adventures
Take a helicopter or air tour and see why Maui is sometimes called the “Valley Isle.”
Snorkeling on Maui
Head to the calm waters of Maui’s best snorkeling spots and explore the ocean with the entire family.
Stand-up Paddle Boarding
Stand-up paddle boarding uses larger boards for surfers to stand upright on, using a paddle to maneuver. This version of surfing is becoming very popular in Hawaii.
Stand-Up Paddle Boarding
Stand-up paddle boarding uses larger boards for surfers to stand upright on, using a paddle to maneuver. This version of surfing is becoming very popular in Hawaii.
Stargazing on Haleakala
Stargazing is spectacular atop Haleakala National Park. Open 24 hours a day, Haleakala offers stargazing programs in the summer.
Surfing on Maui
Maui is a great place to watch big wave surfers, tow-in surfers and windsurfers as well as learn the “sport of kings” yourself.
Things to do on Haleakala
Hike the Halemauu Trail or the Keeneheehee (sliding sands) trail in Haleakala National Park and see volcanic landscapes, mountainous wilderness and rare plants like the silversword.
U.S. Seaman's House and Hospital
Built in 1833, the U.S. Seamen’s Hospital is one of the sites on the Lahaina Historic Trail and was a hideaway for King Kamehameha III.
Wailea
Wailea, on the south shore of Maui, is a luxurious resort community known for crescent-shaped beaches and world-class golf.
Wailuku, Maui
The gateway to Iao Valley, Wailuku is the county seat of Maui’s government and home to unique shopping and dining.
Watch Big Wave Surfing on Maui - Peahi (Jaws)
Watch Hawaii’s surfers during the winter big wave season at spots along Maui’s north shore.
Waterfall, Hana
Waters off Hulopoe Bay, Lanai
Lanai and Molokai are easily accessible from Maui, with inter-island ferries running daily from Lahaina Harbor.
Whale Watching on Maui
The waters off of Lahaina, West Maui and South Maui are your gateway to some of the best winter whale watching in the world.
Whale Watching on Maui
Take the family on a whale watching tour from November to May. The waters off of West Maui and South Maui offer some of the best winter whale watching in the world.
Whale Watching on Maui
Take the family on a whale watching tour from November to May. The waters off of West Maui and South Maui offer some of the best winter whale watching in the world.
Wo Hing Temple
Part of the Lahaina Historic Trail which covers 62 historic sites in Lahaina, the Wo Hing Temple highlights the influence of Chinese immigrants in Maui.
Maui Farm to Table with Chef James McDonald
Nick Watney
Retief Goosen
The Dunes at Maui Lani
The Makena Golf Courses
Whale watching off the coast of Maui