An island-hop from Maui, the forces of creation are putting on a spectacular fireworks show—and you’ve got a ringside seat.
The R44, light and compact, was designed to make helicopter flying available to anyone.
Take a wild ride with Blue Water Rafting along Maui's rugged Kanaio coast.
Mokio Preserve is an adventure in itself.
Writer Lehia Apana takes us along as she explores Maui's extreme downhill mountain biking scene - one wipeout at a time. Follow her from Haleakala’s Skyline Trail to the hills of West Maui.
A volunteer trip to Pu‘u Makua lands our writer on top of the clouds to plant close to 1,000 koa and a‘ali‘i.
We explore kitesurfing lessons at one the world’s greatest kitesurfing destinations—Kanahā Beach.
Read Hawaiian Outrigger Canoe Voyaging Society paddler's journals from onboard the American Islander.
A trip to Lanai proves that there is even more to see off the beaten path. Hop in a four-wheeled vehicle and start exploring the road less travelled.
When the sun goes down, Maui's ocean enthusiasts come out to play.
Discover an ultra-light perspective on life.
West Maui's wild, windward coast boasts spectacular views, blowholes, and bell stones, a picturesque village--and a serpentine ride the makes the road to Hana seem tame.
A millennium before Haleakala became a national park, Hawaiians traversed its moonscape crater. On the park’s centennial, we reprise that journey.
Its feet on the ocean floor, its head above the clouds, Haleakala offers an unparalleled view for contemplating the cosmos.
Taking an island romp on Lāna‘i can find you slinging arrows . . . or mud . . . or more.
Exploring the world's tallest sea cliffs by air—with a novice at the controls.
The harsh terrain of the Ahihi-Kina'u Natural Area Reserve in South Maui hides rare & fragile treasures in its lava.
Champion waterman Kai Lenny is changing the standup paddleboard industry with breakneck speed.
The Molokai native forest includes 2,774 acres home to many native plants that cannot be found anywhere else in the world.
During a lesson aboard the Gung Ho, you’ll work the lines, winches and sails, getting a workout while enjoying views of four different islands.
Exploring Maui’s places of worship is a pilgrimage into the rich and compelling history of this multicultural island.
What it is like to slide across a wave with just your body? Maui bodysurfers talk about this sport that involves hardly any equipment or limelight.
Sightseeing reaches new heights with Blue Hawaiian.
Volunteering on Vacation—Hawaii’s Newest Travel Trend
Our 5 favorite places on Maui to watch the sunrise (that aren't Haleakalā Crater)
When it comes to exploring Maui, the sky’s the limit.
Winter is when monster surf pummels Maui’s North Shore—and tempts extreme watermen and women to risk life and limb for the thrill of the ride.