1. The Maui Ocean Center
A 750,000-gallon water tank surrounds you. As you walk through the acrylic tunnel, you marvel at the manta rays and sharks swimming safely overhead. Voted Hawaii’s top-rated family attraction, is just one of the many family-friendly activities you’ll find on Maui.
2. Snorkeling and Scuba on Maui
Explore the unseen side of Maui under the sea. Snorkel off of Maui’s most pristine beaches or scuba dive around Maui’s most popular reefs to see colorful fish, sea turtles and coral formations.
The small, crescent shaped island of Molokini off the southwestern coast of Maui is a popular destination for snorkeling and diving. Molokini is only accessible by a boat tour.
3. Whale watching on Maui
Maui has some of the best whale watching in the world. Humpback whales are drawn to the area’s shallow waters, less than 600 feet deep, making Maui an ideal spot to start your voyage during the winter whale watching season from December to May.
4. Learn to Surf
On the sunny northwestern side of Maui, surf schools in Lahaina will get you started and steer you away from the reef. Puamana Beach Country Park provides easy waves for beginning and intermediate surfers. Launiupoko State Park, just south of Lahaina offers easy reef waves perfect for beginners. Further south of Lahaina, the beaches of Kiheialso feature smaller waves perfect for your first ride.
5. Ziplining on Maui
Maui’s newest and longest zipline course, Flyin Hawaiian Zipline has raised the bar to new heights in every imaginable way.
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