From its elevated setting, this gorgeous 4-bedroom, 6,200 sq.ft. Kapalua home offers mountain and/or ocean views from every single room. Located above the 18th hole of the Kapalua Plantation Golf Course, the design of this home uses the surrounding natural landscape to enhance both the views and the free-flowing design. From the grand lanai, gaze over the infinity edge pool to the crystal waters off D.T. Fleming Beach below and the Island of Molokai beyond. Soaring ceilings inside adds to the airy feel of this place.
Maui’s undisputed top attraction, this super scenic, 52-mile-long road takes about 2.5 hours to drive but features gorgeous waterfalls, lush greenery, and roadside stands full of local treats. Bring your camera!
Spanning more than 30,000 acres, this park offers stunning landscapes. From the Haleakala Crater where you can watch spectacular sunrises, to the picturesque cascading waterfalls and plunge pools of the Seven Sacred Pools, it’s not to be missed.
A festival for foodies and oenophiles alike, this prestigious culinary event takes place every June and features internationally renowned winemakers, legendary sommeliers and top chefs.
This popular beachside eatery is the place to go for pupu, fish tacos, tropical drinks, live music and people-watching. Located in Kaanapali, it offers some of the best farm-to-table dishes on Maui, paired with unbeatable live hula while you dine.
Maui offers 14 courses to choose from, several of which ranked at or near the top of the “world’s best” lists. Designed by such noted names as Arnold Palmer and Ben Crenshaw, these courses are stunning and challenging.
One of the largest banyan trees in the U.S., it sits in front of the Lahaina Courthouse and Lahaina Harbor. Now the size of an entire city block, it stands more than 60ft. high and is the site of many events and art exhibits.
A fun and fabulous Maui excursion is a pineapple tour. Experience a working pineapple field/operation first hand and learn about the fruit’s growing cycle and cultivation techniques. Best of all, you get to taste the product!
Known as the best snorkeling beach in the area, it offers tranquil blue water filled with colourful marine life and lots of green sea turtles! Very kid-friendly, head to the far south end and to the little cove there. Be sure to bring swim shoes.
The waters surrounding Maui are the stage for some of the best whale-watching in the world. Every winter (Dec-May), thousands of humpback whale travel here, making it a great opportunity to take a tour for an up-close look.
This state-of-the-art aquarium is dedicated to displaying and preserving Hawaiian marine life. Offerings educational displays on ocean ecology, whale life and Hawaiian culture, there is also a Hawaiian sea turtle sanctuary and hammerhead shark pool.
Your family will be immersed in Hawaiian culture at this fabulous traditional luau. Experience Hawaiian foods, ceremonies, crafts and games for kids, songs, and of course the traditional hula dance.