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  • Hana thingtodo: Painted Forest - Rainbow Eucalyptus Trees

    Painted Forest - Rainbow Eucalyptus Trees

    Hana, Maui
    The enchanted and iconic Road to Hana features an overwhelming abundance of sights, smells, and unreal beauty as it winds down to the sleepy town nestled in the middle of the rainforest in south Maui. Located near the beginning of the curvy... Read more
  • Kapalua thingtodo: Stand Up Paddle with the Kapalua Bay Beach Crew

    Stand Up Paddle with the Kapalua Bay Beach Crew

    Kapalua, Maui
    Stand Up Paddle Boarding has quickly developed into one of the most popular water sports across the globe. Whether in rivers and lakes or oceans and pools, Paddle boarding is a great leisure activity for all age groups. With its roots stretching... Read more
  • Haiku thingtodo: Extreme surf watching at Jaws aka Peahi

    Extreme surf watching at Jaws aka Peahi

    Haiku, Maui
    The Journey to "Jaws", Maui's world famous mega-surf break, is not for the timid. It is located in a remote coastline along the North Shore 7 miles from Paia town, reachable by four-wheel drive vehicle only or by walking the roughshod dirt road... Read more
  • Makena thingtodo: Lava Fields at La Perouse Bay

    Lava Fields at La Perouse Bay

    Makena, Maui
    There are numerous stunningly distinct and unforgettable landscape features that set Hawaii apart from most other places in the world, and the lava found in abundance on the islands are one of the most interesting. The lava fields at La Perouse... Read more
  • Hana thingtodo: Waikamoi Falls

    Waikamoi Falls

    Hana, Maui
    This waterfall is often cruised by without a glance by tourists in a hurry. It plays in your favor to know before you go, the common name for this waterfall is "Mile 10 Falls" as it is a short walk upstream from the bridge adjacent the mile... Read more
  • Maalaea thingtodo: Whale Watching at Papawai Scenic Lookout

    Whale Watching at Papawai Scenic Lookout

    Maalaea, Maui
    The Hawaiian whale season stretches from mid-November through mid-April, and happens annually. The waters off the southern and western coasts of island of Maui are designated as the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary. The... Read more
  • Kihei thingtodo: Learn how to surf or stand up paddle at the Cove

    Learn how to surf or stand up paddle at the Cove

    Kihei, Maui
    Surfing is a longtime favorite watersport with its' origins in Hawaiian culture. Though not for everyone, surfing can be appreciated by the masses safely from the near shore break in Kihei, Maui known as "the Cove". For those wishing to try this... Read more
  • Hana thingtodo: Nahiku Marketplace

    Nahiku Marketplace

    Hana, Maui
    Located in the middle of Maui's lush rainforest approximately six miles before Hana, the Nahiku Marketplace offers visitors a scenic stop-off on the way to or from Hana with a variety of tasty food options, a coffee shop (stocked with... Read more
  • Hana thingtodo: Drive the Hana Highway

    Drive the Hana Highway

    Hana, Maui
    The historic Hana Highway is the most legendary road in Hawaii, not only as an engineering feat but also as one of the most beautifully scenic roads in the state. With 617 curves and 56 single lane bridges going just one-way to Hana, you will... Read more
  • Kapalua thingtodo: Dragon's Teeth

    Dragon's Teeth

    Kapalua, Maui
    This unique area on the west side of Maui resembles something from another planet. An example of the amazing ancient volcanic forces at work, the area was aptly named Dragon's Teeth because the rock structures look like large, terrifyingly... Read more