One of the many boons of visiting Maui is that your choices for fun aren’t limited solely to land: Maui County includes two gorgeous islands that are accessible by ferry, its outer islet of Molokini supplies some of the best Maui snorkeling, and its 120 miles of coastline offer ample opportunities for splashing in the water.
And what water it is. The slice of Pacific upon which Maui County rests presents some of the clearest and warmest water in the world. While hopping in straight from the sand is one of the greatest pleasures the island affords, boating trips deliver a fresh perspective on the Valley Isle’s splendor. Read More
One of the best and easiest ways to delight a lover of Maui is to get them a gift certificate for something fun. Below we’ve listed some awesome gift certificates that will save you shopping time!
Grand Wailea Luau Gift Certificates
An excellent luau option in South Maui, The Grand Wailea Luau focuses on Hawaii’s history and legends, including the voyages of La’amaikahiki and Moikeha to the area known as Honua’ula, as well as Pele, the Goddess of Fire & Volcanoes, Lilinoie, the Goddess of the Mist, and the mermaid of Maui, Kananaka, among others. Enjoy a delicious meal, and pre-show activities like Hawaiian lawn games, hula lessons, temporary tattoos, photos with the cast members and more. This relaxed, family-friendly luau is great for those staying near the golden shores of this beautiful area of Maui. Read More
If you’re an Elvis fan, you would have loved this fun, family-friendly evening attraction! Voted TripAdvisor’s #1 Attraction on Maui, Burn’n Love showcased the sounds of award-winning performer and Elvis impersonator, Darren Lee. Capturing Elvis’ love of the Hawaiian Islands, as well as his top hits, dance moves and overall charm, guests of Burn’n Love were in for a real musical treat. Back-up dancers and a full band only added to the experience. This show will be missed!
Going to Lanai?
The Essential Checklist for Visiting the Pineapple Isle
Rustic Hawaii might be a thing of myth for modern travelers, given the tremendous expansion the Aloha State has seen in the last three-plus decades.
But ferry on over to Lanai—literally—and you’ll get a glimpse of what Hawaii was like before widespread gentrification: There are no traffic lights on this gorgeous island, a single gas station (and a single poke shop) caters to its 3,102 residents, and shopping is largely reserved for trips to neighboring Maui. And while Oracle CEO Larry Ellison may own 98% of the island, its eighteen miles of rugged beauty can be relished by kama’aina and visitors alike.
Keen on seeing its golden-sanded beaches—or its stunning red-lava cliffs? Bust out your pen and paper because here’s the ultimate checklist for visiting the Pineapple Isle: