Whale Watching on Maui is a must-do activity for those traveling between December and April. In the meantime, check out these rainbow beauties!
Despite having had lived briefly with a river in my backyard, my total lifetime fishing time probably added up to less than 30 minutes (until this last year.) It’s something that has always interested me, so when I was invited on my 1st Maui spearfishing trip, I jumped at the opportunity. […]
When snorkeling, most enjoy the colorful shallows of coastal reefs due to the density of fish and sea life found there. Rocky volcanic caverns and intricately woven coral reefs provide sanctuary for small and medium sized fish. Some of these active reefs are found just off the shore, while others require boat access. […]
Inspired by the oatmeal, we thought it would be fun to build a short comic about why we don’t share while snorkeling with tourists. This is based on real life experiences (unfortunately.) We hope you like it! […]
I leaned over the edge of the boat as far as I could, totally mesmerized by the huge eye staring up at me.
“She’s looking right at me. I know it.”
I leaned back slightly and slid myself left along the side of the boat. The big eye followed me. I grinned and slid myself to the right. The big eye followed me back. […]
Humpback whales make their migration to the warm waters of Hawaii each year from mid December up until mid May. The reason they leave their homes in the Pacific Northwest is to mate with other humpbacks and to give birth.
Humpback whales mate and give birth in the same season? Sometimes, but most often they come to mate then return the following year to give birth. The gestation period of a Humpback Whale is 12 months, which forms a perfect cycle.
Why Hawaii? Humpbacks travel to Hawaii as well as south of North America for the warm, protected waters. Hawaii, and specifically Maui, offers shallower areas to perform their mating habits as well as give birth away from deep ocean predators. […]
Maui Zipline Tours
Founded in 2002, Skyline Eco-Adventures now offers two locations for ziplining on Maui, Hawaii. The Haleakala Skyline Tour is phenomenal with views of the South and North Coast as well as the West Maui Mountains and the Central Valley. You’ll zip across 5 lines while learning about the ecology of […]
This is in response to an enlightening post by Candy Aluli.
She explained that many of the euthanized cats at the Maui Humane Society are put down because of their health, not because they’re homeless. The Maui Humane Society is responsible for countless free spay and neutered cats.
Here at THE MAUI GOODNESS […]
One of our editors just stumbled upon a great article in Maui Weekly about the problems with cat overpopulation on Maui.
Some of the statistics claimed are:
There are anywhere from 100,000 to 500,000 homeless cats on Maui.
As many as 250 cats are euthanized EVERY MONTH at the Maui Humane Society.
The organization of 9th Life Hawaii is […]
Is there actually a place where turtles congregate in large groups?
Yes, but there is a bit of misleading going on.
Is there one single place that is known as turtle town?
No. Tour operators refer to Turtle Town to help sell tours.
Do they go to places with lots of turtles?
Green sea turtles are […]