It is my first time going to Hawaii and for my lucky trip I wanted to create a list of things to do: maui. In order to make the most of my time, I have compiled a list of “top things” other travelers have mentioned as “must do’s.” Read below for my future adventures on this Hawaiian island:
HAD ME AT ALOHA
Ali’i Kula Lavender
A fun place for the whole family, the Maui Farm of Lavender has events all year long that focus on the agriculture and various uses of the herb. You can take walks along the long lines of purple and buy products made straight from the land. Check out more events happening on their SITE. Hours: 9am-4pm.
“Whether you come for a romantic escape or in a group with friends, you will leave our winery with some unforgettable memories, having experienced a part of the island like no other.” Get a Hawaiian twist on your typical wine tasting with pineapple-based wines. Get more information HERE. Hours: 10am-5:30pm.
Haleakala Sunrise Tour
Find the most romantic view from the highest tops of the Island and watch the sunrise from the ocean. Make the journey yourself by camping the night before and enjoying the stars cuddling with a loved one. Or you can take a group tour and relax on the ride there. Get tour prices HERE. Hours vary on tour selected.
“Daily tours are offered that showcase the variety of native Hawaiian plants, tropical fruits, and fields of row crops. The tour also provides a live coconut husking demonstration.” You can even opt in for a more activity and book Intro to Zip-lining on their private grounds. Hours to tours HERE and book your Zip-line adventure HERE. Hours: 8am-9pm.
Cowboy country, home to the Hawaiian cowboys, or paniolo. You can find this little town in Upcountry Maui and find a western flavor to the locals of Hawaii. Find things to do in the token city HERE.
STICK TO THE CLASSICS
Here are some oldies but goodies to try out for your first trip to Maui!
Dolphin & Snorkel Cruise, Experience the ocean like no other with front row seats to the home of these beautiful creatures.
Luaus, Dine and Dance at a traditional Luau offered every night.
Take a Day Trip to Hana, Rent a car and make a day out of the unbeatable views.
Explore Nightlife, It might not be Vegas but you can still head into a local divebar.
Fun for Free, Explore other free options aside from hanging on the beach.