Maui is one of the most welcoming places to visit, but that doesn't mean you can be careless or disrespectful. We've listed 16 things we see bad tourists doing everyday on Maui.
Ho brah! A freak snow storm hits Hawaii and heads straight for everyone's favorite island! Read about the unusual weather day on Maui.
I started writing this blog post 4 months ago with hopes of publishing it. Well here it is, and my back is healthy again! What was wrong with my back? In December of 2014, my back pain got progressively worse, to the point of debilitating. Out of the blue! No trauma, just severe upper back [...]
Don't let a bad bout of seasickness ruin your day on the water. Here are some tips on how to prevent seasickness and what you can do to help!
Check out our breakdown of Hawaii's Fight Against GMOs and give us your opinions on this popular topic of interest.
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. […]
Despite being most people's idea of paradise, Maui still faces some important environmental issues. Take a look at some of the biggest issues of 2013.
Top 5 Waterfalls on Maui Twin Falls Maui (Wailele Farm) Located mauka of Wailele Farm at at mile marker #2, "Twin Falls" is what visitors often call the waterfalls in this area. The closest fall (a 5 minute walk from the Farmstand) is on the right and perfect for swimming. Further up in the left [...]
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! […]
"The Tsunami sirens are blaring! What do we do?" If you hear the Tsunami sirens going off, make sure to check the time and date. Every month, Hawaii Tsunami sirens are tested at 11:45am on the first weekday of the month for around 1 minute. They do this to test them and make sure they're [...]
Maui's south and west side are drier than the rest of the island, which will often be the catalyst for serious fires. In the recent past, we've seen quite a few brush fires flare up in the summer. Some of these are natural, and others are started by arsonists. As you can see in the photo, [...]
Your chances are near to none. You're more likely to win the lottery than be attacked by a shark. The following statistics come from over 125 years of reports. Over this long period of time, there have only been 15 unprovoked shark attacks resulting in fatalities in the Hawaiian Islands. 113 attacks total occurred in [...]
A question we're often asked stems from the stigma attached to the islands about local tension and racism. Stories regularly float around about local Hawaiians beating up haoles and tourists. Is this True? Yes and no. In any community, you're bound to find bad seeds and racism. We don't live in a perfect world. On [...]
What Is Island Fever? Island Fever is the phenomena of feeling claustrophobic from the close proximity of each shoreline, and feeling disconnected from the outside world. This is a pretty common thing on the islands, seeing that we're out in the middle of the biggest ocean in the world. Most people move away after a [...]