At Maui Raceway Park, life’s a drag — and that’s a good thing.
Move over, Lance! Our writer takes on the Hana Highway by bike and finds a thrilling substitute for the Tour de France's tough mountain climbs.
The ocean holds endless lessons in Hawaiian culture and tradition.
A “girl gang” takes on the Kaupo Gap challenge
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.
When the sun goes down, Maui's ocean enthusiasts come out to play.
A quick guide to Maui snorkeling spots. From Honolua Bay, Kapalua to Hulopoe Bay, Lanai, explore beneath the surface.
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.
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.
The Molokai native forest includes 2,774 acres home to many native plants that cannot be found anywhere else in the world.
Hoofing it up Kealaloloa Ridge, we hike the winding pali trail and rediscover Maui’s past along the way.
A high-tech game of hike and seek leads to unexpected treasures.
Planning a luxury adventure in Maui is all about exploring the possibilities.
This remote Moloka‘i valley is home to hardy Hawaiians, lizard deities, and fish that climb waterfalls.
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 pilgrimage into island history through Maui's places of worship.
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.
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.
Volunteering on Vacation—Hawaii’s Newest Travel Trend
Paddle, pedal and sail your way to adventure on a sailing sea-kayak tour.
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.
The R44, light and compact, was designed to make helicopter flying available to anyone.
Exploring Maui’s places of worship is a pilgrimage into the rich and compelling history of this multicultural island.
You'll trek it on the Lahaina Pali Trail, but Kalaloloa means much more to Hawaiians. Read the legend of ‘Ele‘io and Kanikani‘a‘ula.
The Chinatown sector of Maui is hardly a tourist mecca. A drive can include farm-country attractions and some of the Chinese history of the island.
Paragliding rookies and veterans can catch some serious air with Proflyght Paragliding, located on the gentle slopes of Haleakala, right here on Maui.
From native forests to windswept coastlines, Kapalua's hiking trails offer rich exploration.