Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum – Explore the award-winning Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum, which chronicles one of Maui’s most significant and influential periods of history: that of the sugar plantation.
Bailey House Museum – Located on the way to Iao Valley and once the home of missionary teacher Edward Bailey, the Maui Historical Society’s Bailey House Museum houses a large and fascinating collection of pre-Western-contact Hawaiian and missionary-era artifacts
Drums of the Pacific Luau- Hyatt Regency – Experience a marvelous journey through the authentic, dance and cuisine of Old Hawaii and the Polynesian islands complete with a traditional imu ceremony …
Maui Ocean Center – Maui’s biggest aquarium, Maui Ocean Center features state-of-the-art exhibits and interactive displays that allow visitors to explore and appreciate Hawaii’s amazing undersea world.
Old Lahaina Luau – Recognized as one of the best luaus in Hawaii, Old Lahaina Luau is a visitor favorite.
Warren & Annabelle’s – For a fun and original evening on Maui, it’s hard to beat Warren & Annabelle’s Magic Show.
Blue Hawaiian Helicopters – Now celebrating its 28th year, Blue Hawaiian is the most successful aerial tour company in Hawaii, and the only one that serves all of Hawaii: Maui, Oahu, Kauai, and the Big Island. National Geographic calls Blue, “Hawaii’s premiere helicopter tour company,” and Frommer’s Hawaii recommends them as, “The Cadillac of helicopter tour companies.”
Maverick Helicopters – Experience bird’s-eye views of Maui and its surrounding areas aboard state-of-the-art ECO-Star helicopters. Soar above majestic waterfalls, breathtaking coastlines and lush landscape for the trip of a lifetime.
Sunshine Helicopters – With more than 90 percent of Hawaii accessible only by helicopter, a helicopter tour of the Islands is certainly the best way to see it.
Garden of Eden Arboretum & Botanical Gardens – The Garden of Eden Botanical Gardens and Arboretum walking tour has become one of Maui’s most memorable activities.
Haleakala Bike Company – Do a classic Maui adventure: bicycling down the slopes of the volcano Haleakala, an extraordinary setting that offers incredible vistas and fresh country air.
Majestic Haleakala – One of Maui’s most popular things to do is to watch a Haleakalā Sunrise. The legend of Maui is known worldwide and it’s at this spot that you can witness the rise of the La – the rays, the colors and the outcome of that epic story.
Northshore Zipline – Come to Northshore Zipline and soar through a canopy of giant eucalyptus trees on seven different ziplines, all overlooking Maui’s verdant North Shore.
Ocean Vodka Organic Farm & Distillery – Located at 4051 Omaopio Road in Kula. Made on the beautiful island of Maui, Ocean Vodka is 100-percent-certified USDA organic …
Pukalani Country Club – Set at 1,100-foot elevation on the soft hillsides of Upcountry Maui’s Haleakala Crater, the 18-hole Pukalani Country Club offers panoramic ocean and island views as well as a stellar game of golf. “Pukalani” means “Entrance to Heaven,” a fitting name for this beautiful course designed by Bob Baldock.
Road to Hana – We know and love the road to Hana, it’s in our heart and soul. That’s why Valley Isle Excursions has been expertly driving this road daily for over 20 years. Our custom 12 passenger cruisers and local guides will share Aloha with you every step of the way.
Surfing Goat Dairy – Come visit Surfing Goat Dairy, a national-award winning, working goat farm that produces more than 30 varieties of gourmet cheeses.
Volcanoes of Maui – Maui was created by incredible volcanic forces that still impact it to this day. Take a journey through history as we visit Iao Valley, Mauiʻs oldest volcano, then venture up itʻs younger, bigger sibling, the spectacular Haleakalā. See and learn the stories of the Hawaiian culture, walk the gardens of our islandʻs heritage, stroll the streets of a paniolo (cowboy) town and gaze upon an out-of-this-world crater atop a 10,000 ft mountain. The work of Pele is on full dramatic display – and it’s all yours on this tour.
Atlantis Submarines – Fascinated by the ocean but not wanting to get wet feet? Atlantis Submarines might be the solution.
Blue Water Rafting – With Blue Water Rafting on Maui, the ocean in your playground! Explore sea caves, lava arches and secret coves brimming with colorful tropical fish and exotic marine life along Maui’s rugged Kanaio Coast, or set out to the offshore islet of Molokini for once-in-a-lifetime snorkeling.
Boss Frog’s Snorkel,. Surf & Cycle – Make a beach adventure memorable with rental and retail gear from Boss Frog’s.
Jet Ski Maui – Enjoy the thrill and exhilaration of jet skiing in one of the world’s most beautiful seaside locations. Voted a No. 1 “must-do” water-sports activity, Jet Ski Maui offers an introduction to this exciting ride aboard safe jet skis.
Maui Classic Charters – Spend the day on the Four Winds II, owned and operated by Maui Classic Charters.
Pacific Whale Foundation – Experience Maui’s top-rated ocean-voyaging eco tours, conducted by the nonprofit Pacific Whale Foundation.
Reefdancer Semi-Submersible – The whole family will enjoy a reef-viewing adventure from a submarine-style underwater viewing cabin in a high-tech vessel.
Snorkel Bob’s – A visitor-industry staple for top-quality masks, fins and snorkels at great prices, Snorkel Bob’s also offers a host of beach and ocean accessories, books and videos about Hawaii’s undersea world, and rental gear from wetsuits to snorkel vests.
UFO Parasail – Since 1985 UFO Parasail on Ka‘anapali Beach has been giving parasail rides on their state-of-the-art winchboats gently lifting you on and off the boat for fantastic views above Maui’s aqua-blue waters.
West Maui Parasail – Maui’s premier parasail company has guided more than 200,000 flights since 1985, with skilled captains and crew who are among the most experienced in the business.
Lahaina Scrimshaw Find one-of-a-kind treasures and souvenirs at Lahaina Scrimshaw, open since 1978 and celebrating Lahaina’s history as a busy whaling port
Old Lahaina Shopping Center The Old Lahaina Center has more than 35 stores located in downtown Lahaina. You’ll find food and beverage restaurants, grocery, deli and convenience stores, internet access café’s, men and women’s fashions.
Queen Kaahumanu Center Maui’s biggest shopping center brings city style and dining to the island. Explore more than 100 shops and restaurants, from Island boutiques such as Blue Ginger, Na Hoku and Maui Divers Jewelry to popular national chains such as Macy’s, Forever 21 and The Walking Company.
Whaler’s Village West Maui’s premier beachfront shopping and dining destination, the open-air, open-late Whalers Village offers more than 90 shops and restaurants.
Seascape Maalaea Restaurant The Maui Ocean Center aquarium features quality dining at Seascape Maalaea Restaurant, emphasizing healthy lunches perfect for the family.
Teddy’s Bigger Burgers Fifties diner deliciousness abounds at Teddy’s, a burger-fries-shake kind of place with a Rockabilly sensibility. Teddy’s feature fresh, 100% ground chuck meat and are made to order.