Maui Activities & Attractions! From whale watching to hiking in Haleakala Crater here are the best Maui activities and attractions to try.
Maui Whale Facts. Fun facts about Maui humpback whales. Photos and information about whales and Maui whale watch tours.
Now that we're starting to see whales in Maui waters again, we thought we'd share a few favorite Humpback whale facts!
Whale season in Maui is here and you will want a front row seat for this show! Here are the best spots to whale watch from sky, land or sea.
Here’s the ideal 13-day Maui itinerary—leaving off a day for travel—complete with where to eat, what to see, and where to play. (In other words, 13 reasons why you should spend your hard-earned vacation exploring the Valley Isle.)
Love the ocean? So do we. Below we've listed some fun things to do in Maui in and on the ocean. 1 - Surfing There are numerous fun ways to ride waves, including body surfing, wind surfing, shortboarding, longboarding, stand up paddle, kite surfing, Big wave surfing, and body boarding. Each type of syrfing [...]
All aboard! Calling all ocean enthusiasts for adventures in the Pacific. Don't miss these great ocean activities on your next trip to Maui!
It's not difficult to spend a lot of money on Maui, but we're here to help! Check out our best suggestions for inexpensive fun on Maui.
There are many forms of tropical transportation on Maui, but one in particular gets the nod for our absolute favorite. Because life is more fun on a boat.
Whale Watching on Maui is a must-do activity for those traveling between December and April. In the meantime, check out these rainbow beauties!
Maui is for Lovers. That's a fact. Please enjoy our ideas for How to Spend Valentine's Day on Maui, and happy smooching!
Scuba Diving in Maui is a great activity for the whole family. Experience Maui's unique underwater life with one of Maui's best, Scuba Mike!
Lahaina is one of the most visited places on Maui, and for good reason. With beauty and nightlife, we recommend enjoying an extended stay at The ilikahi!
We’ve recently been running some giveaways and contests on our Hawaii Facebook Page. The following are some of our favorite submissions by our Facebook fans about their favorite Maui memories. We hope this brings a smile to your face. To see the winners of 4 Hawaii iPhone cases, see the best Maui stories. I have a few good memories of Maui, but how can anyone have any bad ones. My fiance and I were in Maui last year […]
Maui Activities for Couples We’ve listed 7 of the most popular Maui activities for couples. We hope you’ll experience some of these when you visit Maui with your significant other. Most of the photography was shot by Natalie Brown. See her Maui Photography, from weddings to portraits to landscapes! […]
This giveaway has ended. Molokini Crater is one of the best locations to snorkel at within Maui waters due to it’s protection from swell, which gives some incredible clarity when snorkeling and diving. A Molokini Boat has decided to run a contest where they’re giving away tickets to Molokini as well as to their sunset cruises. […]
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. […]