Maui is lined with quaint towns, artists and traditions which is what makes it a huge bucket list location for almost all travelers. You’ll find unimaginable beaches, mountains, whales, beautiful sunsets, and so much more. These things are just a snapshot of why Maui was voted the “Best Island” by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler for 19 years. If you are wondering why we would suggest that you take your family to Maui I have so many reasons but have narrowed it down to a top 10 list for you. Our Certified Hawaii Travel Specialists have this advice and so much more.
Maui Ocean Center
Engaging exhibits, including a walk-through tank, at this impressive aquarium on Maalea Bay enable families to learn about Maui Nui’s amazing marine life.
Maui Golf & Sports Park
Adjacent to the Maui Ocean Center, families will find further enjoyment at the Maui Golf & Sports Park, which has an 18-hole miniature golf course, bumper boats and other fun activities.
Atlantis Submarine Tour
Departing from Lahaina, passengers board 48-passenger submarines that delve 100 feet below the ocean surface. Through large portals, observe marine life drawn to a shipwrecked 19th-century vessel.
Maui Tropical Plantation
Maui Tropical Plantation is a 60 acre working plantation. Narrated TRAM TOUR offers a unique educational opportunity to learn the origins and harvest techniques of Hawaii’s commercial fruit crops. Learn interesting facts about sugarcane, pineapple, bananas, coffee, macadamia nuts and more.
Surfing Goat Dairy
Along with tasting the award-winning goat cheese and other products produced at this dairy farm in upcountry Maui, visitors can engage with the resident goats, including milking them.
Several companies on Maui offer enjoyable lessons in surfing and standup paddleboarding, geared for both kids and adults.
Outrigger Canoe Tour
Sail, snorkel and paddle on a traditional outrigger canoe with experienced guides versed in Hawaiian history, culture and navigation.
Family Friendly Show in Lahaina
Lahaina is a National Historic Landmark. Its old-fashioned wooden buildings house an eclectic assortment of cafes, restaurants, art galleries and boutiques. No less lively at night, Lahaina draws visitors to its acclaimed restaurants, clubs and bars, as well as to popular family-friendly evening shows.
Maui, along with Molokai and Lanai, is also known for unparalleled marine life experiences, with superb snorkeling sites and waters teeming with hump-back whales during winter and spring. Added to that are cultural events and festivities that happen all year round.
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