When the sun goes down, Maui's ocean enthusiasts come out to play.
Exploring Moloka‘i on two wheels, rather than four, encourages you to slow your pace and connect with the island’s rhythms.
Catch a ride on the salty breeze with Lahaina Yacht Club.
See what's SUP in a water sport that's head and shoulders above the rest.
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.
More than 200 species of marine life inhabit Molokini crater. Whether endemic, indigenous, or introduced, all combine to create an aquatic kaleidoscope out on the reef.
Planning a luxury adventure in Maui is all about exploring the possibilities.
Lanai Sporting Clays offers the thrill of the hunt for those who wouldn't hurt a fly.
Hiking the Waihee Ridge Trail is one of the wonders of Maui. Located along the West Maui Mountains, getting there is an adventure in itself.
Sightseeing reaches new heights with Blue Hawaiian.
Join a pickup team of volunteers helping to protect Haleakalā's fragile environment.
A “girl gang” takes on the Kaupo Gap challenge
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.
Travel by mule down the world’s tallest sea cliffs to Kalaupapa Peninsula, the most isolated part of the major Hawaiian Islands, site of the former leper colony to which Father Damien gave his life.
How I learned to fly on the Kahakapao Loop Trail.
Take a pilgrimage into island history through Maui's places of worship.
Writer Teya Penniman takes us along as she learns to scuba dive—and introduces us to the tropical reef life just a fin-kick from Maui’s shores.
Exploring Maui’s places of worship is a pilgrimage into the rich and compelling history of this multicultural island.
Hoofing it up Kealaloloa Ridge, we hike the winding pali trail and rediscover Maui’s past along the way.
Our 5 favorite places on Maui to watch the sunrise (that aren't Haleakalā Crater)
Paragliding rookies and veterans can catch some serious air with Proflyght Paragliding, located on the gentle slopes of Haleakala, right here on Maui.
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.
We visit Waimoku, the roughly 400-foot falls cascading down the face of a U-shaped valley headland at the end of two-mile Pīpīwai Trail.
Take a wild ride with Blue Water Rafting along Maui's rugged Kanaio coast.
Discover an ultra-light perspective on life.
On Maui’s remote eastern coast, you can follow a trail through a bamboo forest to a waterfall 400 feet high.
Consider this handful of day-trip itineraries a treasure map to the heart and soul of Maui.