Planning a luxury adventure in Maui is all about exploring the possibilities.
A pioneer in extreme mountain biking creates an outdoor playground designed for fun.
Join a pickup team of volunteers helping to protect Haleakalā's fragile environment.
Finding serenity (and sanity) at Lana‘i’s Hulopo‘e Beach
Paragliding rookies and veterans can catch some serious air with Proflyght Paragliding, located on the gentle slopes of Haleakala, right here on Maui.
Among humans, open-water swimmers have perhaps the most primal place in Maui’s Pacific pantheon. They don’t talk about being on the water, but in its embrace.
Catch a ride on the salty breeze with Lahaina Yacht Club.
Hawaiian sailing canoes used to be the island transportation of the past. Teams OluKai and WOW invite passengers to try their hand at paddling.
We explore kitesurfing lessons at one the world’s greatest kitesurfing destinations—Kanahā Beach.
Discover an ultra-light perspective on life.
From native forests to windswept coastlines, Kapalua's hiking trails offer rich exploration.
At Maui Raceway Park, life’s a drag — and that’s a good thing.
Exploring Maui’s places of worship is a pilgrimage into the rich and compelling history of this multicultural island.
When it comes to exploring Maui, the sky’s the limit.
A hand on the helm and your eye on the horizon: Maui sailors extol the cruising life.
Volunteering on Vacation—Hawaii’s Newest Travel Trend
An island-hop from Maui, the forces of creation are putting on a spectacular fireworks show—and you’ve got a ringside seat.
Sightseeing reaches new heights with Blue Hawaiian.
A “girl gang” takes on the Kaupo Gap challenge
Hoofing it up Kealaloloa Ridge, we hike the winding pali trail and rediscover Maui’s past along the way.
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.
Take a wild ride with Blue Water Rafting along Maui's rugged Kanaio coast.
On Maui’s remote eastern coast, you can follow a trail through a bamboo forest to a waterfall 400 feet high.
Who says Maui doesn't have nigthlife? Sixty feet beneath the surface, graceful rays and white-tipped sharks party amid the reef's other colorful characters.
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.
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.
Plan the perfect vacation with tips from our insider guide to Maui. Discover the best activities for foodies, history buffs, adventurers and more.