Things to Do on Maui

Discover the Amazing Island of Maui

Discover Maui!

So Many Things to Discover on this Magical Island

Amazing Experiences

Just south of Wailea lies Makena State Park, composed of over 165 acres. Perched upon the coastline sits two of the most fabulous beaches in Maui; Makena’s Big Beach (Oneloa Beach) and Little Beach (Pu’u Olai Beach). 

Big Beach is one of the most popular spots in all the Hawaiian Islands for bodyboarding and skim boarding. This is a fantastic beach in Maui for enjoying a day with your family and friends, sunbathing, and body surfing.

Incredible Scenes

When visiting Maui, one of the most beautiful islands in the world, there is so much inherent charm that it can be overwhelming when planning your daily activities. We put this guide together to introduce visitors to a handpicked selection of attractions, with a valuable insiders perspective. 

A true sense of ‘aloha’ can most definitely be experienced from the Ali’i Kula Lavender Farm. Check out their Daily Guided Walking Tours to learn more about lavender cultivation, the many species and Kula’s micro-climate. 

Hawaii Activities

Pay less for bike rentals and vacation packages including Adult Resorts and Mountain Bike rentals from our bike shop. Island Cruisers Bike Rental has been offering you and other tourists excellent customer service and inexpensive bike and  tricycles  rentals and sales including the best in quality Beach Cruisers and Mountain Bikes.

In the struggle for civil rightsthere is no greater or higher name than that of Martin Luther King Jr. But when students study his speeches and death, his enduring legacy and the arguments that surround him and still shape our diverse culture today, they think of Atlanta Georgiawhere he was born and worked, or Washington DCwhere he delivered his most famous speeches, or Memphis Tennesseewhere his life was tragically cut short by the assassins’ bullet. 

But Hawaiiplays a part in King’s legacy as well, and perhaps a surprising one. 

Shortly after the formation of the Hawaii State Legislatureon September 17, 1959 King flew to the islandsand delivered a speech that remains famous to this day. The thrust of his oratory was race relations in the nation as he praised the islands for the harmony and peace between ethnicities that could be found there. King toured the islands widely, speaking at the forum committee of the Student Senate of the University of Hawaiiand preaching powerfully at Hawaii’s Central Union United Church of Christ. 

King saw Hawaiias a haven of racial peace and prosperity, a tropical model to be embraced in the sweaty, angry streets of the deep south where local governments were oppressive and those who spoke out did so frequently at the cost of their lives. His impression of the islands was so powerful that in 1965 as King led the march from Selmato Montgomeryhe and those who went with him did so draped in Leis, broadcasting their peace and their commitment to the tranquility of the islandsin their intentions. 

Hawaiiremembers them and still honors King to this day. Thousands in the islands have off from work in honor of King’s life and mission and each year a parade travels from Ala MoanaBeach park to Kapiolanipark to remember the great equalizer and his passion for the Peaceof Hawaii.

Published: 1/27/2015

Planning a vacation trip to Hawaiican be tough, especially if you are unfamiliar with what’s available. So let’s say you are headed out on a Mauiadventure, and are trying to find the right tour package. Well look no further, Discover Hawaii Tours has you covered. They are a world renowned company that has been featured on several famous channels such as the Discovery Channel, the Travel Channel, & Good MorningAmerica- and they want you to be their next guest. They offer an incredible selection on specific tour packages, and interisland adventures. One such adventure is their famous Road To HanaEco Adventure Tour.

The Road to Hana is widely accepted as one of the best drives in the whole country. From the scenic rainforest vistas, to the drive around massive dormant volcanos, this tour has it all. No visit to Mauicould be complete without being a part of this once in a lifetime experience. Below are a few of the specific sights you will see along a Road to Hana Eco Adventure Tour:

1. The Puohokamoa Falls- Tucked away from the Hana highway you will find these legendary falls. Tourists can trek a short distance through well-traveled paths to visit this beautiful place. The waterfall cascades over green cliffs for 200 feet, and is an absolute must see.

2. Hana Town- If you’ve ever wanted to visit a place largely untouched by time, then this stop is an absolute must. Hana Town is a wonderful hamlet, full of courteous people and flourishing scenery. It can truly be said that Hana Town is the heart of old Hawaii.

3. The Wailua Falls– Beyond Hana Town along the tropical Hana Highwayyou will find these majestic falls. The Wailua Fallscascade over 200 feet into a pristine pond below. Watch as the sun is reflected off the misty wind, and be mesmerized by the beautyof this secluded wonderland.

4. The Wai’anapanapa State Park- One of the most well-known black sand beaches in the world, this state park is an absolute must see for anyone interested in the natural history of the Hawaiian Islands. Extending over 120 acres, these black sand beaches are surrounded by lush forestry and preserved wildlife.

 Our company prides itself on quality over quantity. All of their tours are guided by experts, and are prepared with the utmost care. That being said, there is a very finite amount of spaceavailable. So don’t miss out on the action, check it out and book your perfect vacation today!

Published: 11/15/2014