What to do in Maui

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  • Nature Escapes

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Beautiful view trees on the side of the swimming pool island
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Maui is a breathtaking island in Hawaii that is the perfect mix of relaxation and active adventures - whatever you’re feeling. It is known as “the Valley Isle”, has rich Polynesian heritage and offers a huge range of activities including snorkeling in the Molokini Crater, watching the sunrise on top of Haleakala, or visiting some of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Whether you’re there for relaxation or adventure, Maui is ready to provide the vacation you’re looking for.

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Things to do in Maui

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It’s worth the early wake-up call to watch the sun rise over the volcanic crater.

Molokini Crater

One of the best snorkeling trips you can take on Maui. It’s home to giant sea turtles, whales and rock formations.


To watch pro surfers, head to Honolulu Bay and Ho’okipa Beach. For beginners, try The Cove at Kalama Beach Park.

Road to Hana

Drive along this road with frequent cool stops such as waterfalls, bamboo forests and stunning coastal vistas.


Maui has plenty of waterfalls including Wailua Fallas.

Mama's fish house

This is known as “the” place to eat on the island. It specializes in seafood and the aesthetic is classically Polynesian.


Enjoy a traditional Hawaiian feast and cultural celebration featuring music, dance and delicious island cuisine.


Hawaii has some of the world’s most beautiful beaches and Maui has no shortage of them. My favorite is Wailea!

Places to eat & drink in Maui

palm trees on the beach of Maui

Coconut’s Fish Cafe

The Fish Tacos are a must, but if you’ve had it and want to go back the next day for more, try the Ono!!

Need to Know

For more travel tips, check out Fora Advisor Anna Ingoglia guide, A Food and Culture Guide to Maui, HI.

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This guide is part of our ongoing series on travel to Maui.