Maui is home to lush green foliage, bright fauna, bamboo forests, tropical rainforests, waterfalls and some of the most unique beaches. Paired with the largest dormant volcano in the world, breathtaking sunsets and some of the friendliest locals around; Maui is the perfect place for your next vacation. Pack a bathing suit, hiking boots and a camera with a huge memory card and you’re ready to go. With year round beautiful weather and marine life that can’t be seen anywhere else in the world, Maui caters to both adventurers and to those who are looking to kick back and relax. Read on to discover our top thirteen things to see and do in Maui.
A historic town in the western part of Maui, Lahaina is a port city that has been transformed into one of the hottest towns on the Island. Lined with art galleries, restaurants and nightclubs this is the place to be after the sun sets. Visit Old Lahaina Luau where you will find the most authentic Hawaiian luau to enjoy a Hawaiian feast, fire dancing, hula and a wide assortment of tropical drinks. If you’re looking for Hawaiian souvenirs to bring home there is no shortage of shops selling whatever your heart desires. Lahaina is also home to the sixty foot Banyan Tree in Courthouse Square where in the early mornings it’s filled with chirping birds. Take a few minutes to relax and appreciate the enormity of this old giant.