Cities for Adventure Travelers in Maui, Hawaii
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- 1Hawaii, USA47 reviews
The Road to Hana is world famous for the natural beauty of its unblemished landscapes and towering waterfalls. Maui is understandably proud of Heavenly Hana’s successful fight against overdevelopment and the destruction of their Hawaiian culture. Although Hāna is only about 52 miles/84km from Kahului, a typical trip to Hāna takes about three hours, as the road is very winding, ...
- 2Hawaii, USA42 reviews
This place helps you let go and simply relax. I could live here.
- 3Hawaii, USA14 reviews
Lived in Kula for about 6 years in a wonderful little "ohana" (it was an attached cottage). No other place on the island offers unobstructed views of both the north and south shore of Maui at the same time! It is truly magical. I would highly recommend taking a trip to this dreamy upcountry area and check out the sites; ...
- 4Hawaii, USA69 reviews
Just love it here - last time I was here on Halloween !!! Tons of fun & great food Take it easy & slow down
- 5Hawaii, USA17 reviews
It's a commercial crowded beach, but at least the jet-skiing and parasailing are confined to Ka'anapali. It's still a beautiful beach, especially at sunset.
- 6Hawaii, USA22 reviews
My second home and a true paradise! Ulua beach is still the best beach I have been to in the world! No better place to relax, snorkel, dive or run along the oceanfront path.
- 7Hawaii, USA29 reviews
Paia is a great little beach town on the north shore of Maui. If you're planning on staying here, I'd suggest booking a condo at the cute Paia Inn. If you're not staying here, I'd suggest making a day trip over here. There are excellent restaurants, including Mama's Fish House, and a ton of cute boutiques. The beaches are great ...
- 8Hawaii, USA12 reviews
This quiet little town was our hometown for five nights. Good location to discover the island from here.
- 9Hawaii, USA7 reviews
Kahului is "town" to locals. Office max, old navy, sports authority and other non-tourist shops and restaurants.
- 10Hawaii, USA7 reviews
Love this area of Maui! Wouldn't live anywhere else! The rainforest is stunning and not far from the beach!
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- 12Hawaii, USA16 reviews
Kapalua is gorgeous, and you'll find multi-million dollar homes and luxury resorts here. The only reason why I'm not giving it 5 stars is because it seems to be overcast and rain a lot more there than other parts of Maui. While the rainfall isn't usually for a long period of time, it is pretty consistent, except for during summer ...
- 13Hawaii, USA7 reviews
Big Beach is so long it has 3 entrances. Most go to the first. There are restrooms here and lifeguards. When the waves are high its not recommended for young or poor swimmers but its fun to watch bodyboarders perform. The beach is a long crescent that sparkles. To the north is a cliff which offers great views.
- 14Hawaii, USA2 reviews
The Maalaea harbor is the second windiest harbor in the world after a harbor in New Zealand! The inside slips are odd numbered and the outer slips are even. Parking can be challenging if your trip departs later in the morning. At this time, you can park at the Maui Ocean Center but at some time in the future it ...
- 15Hawaii, USA2 reviews
I think the beach park in Honokowai is the best beach to bring kids to. You have the beach and the sea bed creates small cliffs a few feet out which creates a barrier from the crashing waves and a safe "pool" where kids can play without you worrying they might be washed away. Besides this great feature though, it ...
- 16Hawaii, USA1 review
Outside the Sugar Cane Museum on Maui. (Of course it's outside--you wouldn't want a Golden Shower inside.)
- 17Hawaii, USA2 reviews
great golf Course!