Maui Top 20 ⛱ Maui Vacation Guide & Travel Information Maui Top 20 is the most popular travel guide for the island of Maui. Discover the best things to do for your Maui vacation.

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Complete Circle Island Helicopter

Helicopter tours are one of the popular tours to take while visiting Maui. There are many areas that are only accessible by air. This 60 min tour will take you through the best of East and West Maui. Hidden Waterfalls and stunning mountain views will be the highlight of your vacation.
Information Circle Exclusive private landing option with beverage service is also available.

West Maui & Moloka’i Helicopter

Experience Maui’s ageless beauty by air. Discover the hundreds of secret waterfalls that run through the West Maui Mountains. Cross over the Pailolo Channel to the island of Moloka'i for jaw dropping views of its isolated coastline. Moloka'i is home to the tallest waterfall in all of Hawaii and has some of the tallest sea cliffs in the world.

Haleakala Sunrise Tour

Haleakala is the world's largest dormant volcano standing tall at 10,023 ft. Waking up early to witness this majestic sunrise from the summit is among the top must-dos while visiting the island. Learn about the many rare and endangered species of plants and animals from your local guides as they offer their extensive knowledge of the botany, history, geology and culture of this fascinating place.
Information Circle Sunset and stargazing tours are also available.

Road to Hana Tour

The Road to Hana is one of the world’s most scenic and captivating journeys. It's cascading waterfalls and black sand beach cannot be missed. This jungle coastline features over 600 turns and 50+ one lane bridges. Take a tour and leave the driving to the experts. Your knowledgeable guide will share Hana’s history as you stop along the best places the Road to Hana has to offer.

Maui Ocean Center

Experience the largest tropical reef aquarium in the Western Hemisphere, the Maui Ocean Center. Located at Mā‘alaea Harbor on the island of Maui, the ocean center features various presentations of local marine life amongst the largest display of Hawaiian corals.
Information Circle Dive beneath the waves amongst the humpback whales at the center's 3-D sphere theater.

Zipline Adventure

Hawai’i has become the perfect place to experience this thrill-seeking adventure. You’re guaranteed spectacular views while soaring over gulches and valleys. This exhilarating activity sells out in advance so book early. Treetop canopy or side-by-side tours are available.
Information Circle Age requirements and weight restrictions apply.


Submerge into an underwater paradise 100 feet below the surface to experience Maui’s marine treasures. View the natural coral reefs, fish, and other marine life while in air-conditioned comfort. This is a wonderful activity for all ages, and especially for those who want to see the ocean from a diver’s perspective without getting wet themselves.
Information Circle Children must be 36 inches.

Bike Down the Volcano

One of Maui's unique opportunities is downhill biking along the slopes of Haleakala Volcano. Your adventure begins from the base of Haleakala National Park. Take in the beauty of the volcanic landscape as it transforms into the lush hills of Upcountry Maui. Perfect for adventurous families, couples, or small groups.
Information Circle Age and weight restrictions apply.

Surfing and SUP Lessons

There is no better place to learn how to surf than at its birthplace. Specializing in all levels from beginning to advanced. Fun for all ages and the whole family. Classes are 1.5-2 hours long and include use of a rash guard, surf shoes, surfboard.

Luxury Spa Experience

Take away all your stresses and unwind at one of Maui’s world-class luxury spas. Spend a few hours soaking up all the lavish features these spas have to offer. Enjoy the rhythmic strokes of a lomi lomi massage. Sore muscles after that flight? Add heated pohaku (stones) to your treatment. If you are desiring a facial, relish the unique local ingredients used to help stimulate and increase circulations like papaya, ti leaf, honey ginger and poi.

Guided Waterfall Hike

Hike into the lush rainforest along freshwater streams to discover some of Maui’s epic waterfalls. There are areas for swimming and jumping (optional) from rock ledges into several falls. The best spots are hard to find, and you don't want to wander onto private property. It's suggested you take a hiking tour with a guide that knows the area well.

Rappel Down Waterfalls

Take the plunge for an exhilarating day of outdoor adventure. Your highly trained guides will suit you up with pro safety gear as you learn how to safely descend down waterfalls and cliffs located at a private rainforest canyon along the Road to Hana. No rappelling experience necessary. First timers and children over 10 are welcome. Transportation, bottled water and lunch is included.
Information Circle Weight restrictions apply.

Scuba Diving

For the true ocean explorers, don’t miss the opportunity to scuba dive in Hawaii. There will be marine life you won’t find anywhere else in the world, as well as an array of underwater locations. It is a true underwater paradise. Introductory dives, open water, and advanced open water dives available.

Dining Experience

Maui has a wide range of savory dining. With its own farms, and fresh seafood caught daily, the dining scene is truly unmatched. Choose from food trucks with affordable island favorites to a five-star oceanfront restaurant serving fresh island fish that was caught off the coast that morning. Don’t forget about your sweet tooth- malasadas and shave ice are a MUST!
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