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On Sale
2 Hours
Maui
10:00AM, 12:00PM, 8:00AM
Approx. 4 Hours
Hana, Maui
Available 10am to 4pm
4 Hours
Maui
Included
8-9 Hours
Maui
Included
10 Hours
Maui
Included
5 Hours
Maui
Included
2 Hours
Maui
10:30AM, 8:00AM
2 Hours
Maui
10:30AM, 8:00AM
2 Hours
Maui
10:30AM, 8:00AM
1.5 Hours
Lahaina, Maui
10:00AM, 11:30AM, 2:00PM, 3:30PM, 4:30PM, 8:30AM
4 Hours
Maui
Morning, Afternoon
9.5 Hours
Maui
Included
4 Hours
Maui
Morning, Afternoon
30 Minutes
Lahaina, Maui
Available 8am to 5pm
Maui Water Sports
On Sale
30 Minutes & 1 Hour
Lahaina, Maui
Available 8am to 5pm
2.5 Hours
Lahaina, Maui
Dinner
1 Hour
Lahaina, Maui
Available 10am to 3pm
1 Hour
Ka’anapali, Maui
Available 10am to 3pm
On Sale
2 Hours
Maui, Wailuku
2:00PM
6 Hours
Maui, Wailuku
Breakfast & Lunch
40-50 Minutes
Maui
Morning, Afternoon
55-65 Minutes
Maui
After 2:00pm, Before 8:30am
55-65 Minutes
Maui
Morning, Afternoon
60-70 Minutes
Maui
After 2:00pm, Before 8:30am
60-70 Minutes
Maui
Morning, Afternoon
40-50 Minutes
Maui
Morning, Afternoon
2.5 Hours
Maui, Wailuku
Dinner
3 hours
Kahului, Maui
Available
45 Minutes
Kahului, Maui
Afternoon (12pm-5pm), Morning (8am-12pm)
60 Minutes
Kahului, Maui
Afternoon (12pm-5pm), Morning (8am-12pm)
35 Minutes
Kahului, Maui
Custom
Book by the hour
Kahului, Maui
Custom
75 Minutes
Kahului, Maui
Afternoon (12pm-5pm), Morning (8am-12pm)
45 Minutes
Kahului, Maui
Afternoon (12pm-5pm), Morning (8am-12pm)
75 Minutes
Kahului, Maui
Afternoon (12pm-5pm), Morning (8am-12pm)
45 Minutes
Kahului, Maui
Afternoon (12pm-5pm), Morning (8am-12pm)
60 Minutes
Kahului, Maui
Afternoon (12pm-5pm), Morning (8am-12pm)
2 Hours
Maui
08:15AM, 12:15PM
2 Hours
Maui
Available 8:00am to 3:30pm
3 hours per day for 3 days
Maui
11:00AM, 2:30PM
3 hours
Maui
11:00AM, 2:30PM
4 Hours
Maui
1:00PM, 7:00AM
On Sale
2 Hours
Maui
11:00AM, Seasonal (Dec 15 – April 15)
Choose from 1.5 Hours to 10 Hours
Maui
12:30PM
45 Minutes
Maui
1:30PM
45 Minutes
Maui
8:45AM
45 Minutes
Maui
Available between 7:00am and 4:00pm

Best Tours & Activities in Maui, Hawaii

Maui is the second largest island in Hawaii as well as the 17th largest island across the United States. The island gets its name from the original founder of the islands of Hawaii’s son who was Maui named after a demigod. The landscapes in this area are very different from some other Hawaiian islands including volcanic cones, iron rich rocks and very dark soil. Some of the main attractions in this area are definitely the beaches as well as the Western volcano and Haleakala crater regions.

Maui is also a popular place to see humpback whales off the coast during their migration period. The island has regular charters and cruises to experience sea life in its natural habitat.

Geological figures throughout the island include sites like Kahakuloa head, The needle and several crater sites. Fleming Beach and several other popular tourism sites have become a popular reason to visit Maui as well. The island is also well known for its pineapple plantation, tropical flowers, Macadamia nut exports and coffee exports.