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Drums of the Pacific Luau
Iao Valley – Lahaina Tour
Haleakala-Iao Valley-Lahaina
One Day Maui Tour
Honuaula Luau
One Day Hana Adventure
Heavenly Hana Adventure


The Valley Isle

The Island of Maui, also known as the Valley Isle, is Hawaii’s second largest island and home to a wide variety of visitor attractions. On Maui, you can find everything from miles of pristine white sand beaches to tours of historic towns filled with rich history and endless culture. Maui visitors will also find an infinite array of ocean and water related activities overlooking scenic landscapes.

There are three airports servicing Maui — Kahului Airport, Kapalua West-Maui Airport, and Hana Airport (limited service). Most visitors fly into Kahului Airport, which can accommodate larger aircraft and more flights in and out of Maui. Kahului Airport also provides travelers with a large selection of rentals cars and shuttle buses.

Visitors should plan enough time to participate in a few essential Maui activities. One highlight is the drive to the remote town of Hana, located on the island’s north side. A 60 mile stretch of road, known as Hana Highway, links the isolated town of Hana with the rest of Maui. The drive is quite a journey but offers some of the most breathtaking scenery on the island.


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One Day Maui Hana Adventure

Travel along this enchanting all-day 68-mile trip and experience the serenity of the Hana landscape.

One Day Maui Tour

Visit spectacular volcanic craters and experience lush rainforests and waterfalls.

Heavenly Hana Adventure

Travel along this 68-mile trip and experience the serenity of the Hana landscape.

Iao Valley – Lahaina Tour

Explore the beauty of historic lava formations such as Iao Needle and the local charm of Lahaina Town.

Haleakala – Iao Valley – Lahaina Tour

Discover famous natural and cultural landmarks in this magical adventure through Maui full of breathtaking views.

Drums of the Pacific Luau

Enjoy this energetic and engaging evening of Polynesian music & dance along the beautiful Ka’anapali Beach.

Honuaula Luau

Immerse yourself in this traditional Hawaiian experience and enjoy fun games, delicious food and an exciting show.

Fun Facts

Commerce, Culture and More
A hub of activity, Central Maui is the axis of commerce. It’s the region where the wheels of business turn. It’s also where you’ll find out how Maui’s dramatic past drives the current local culture. A visit here will also demonstrate why Maui is sometimes referred to as the “The Valley Isle”.
Blending Rustic Charm
and Natural Splendor
High on the slopes of the Haleakala volcano (meaning “House of the Sun” in Hawaiian), you’ll find not only great views, but also the Upcountry region of Maui. Out of the fertile soil exotic fruits and vegetables are grown. The abundance and quality of the produce has spurred a culinary resurgence. Nowhere has Hawaiian Regional Cuisine taken off like in the quaint, agricultural communitites of Upcountry.
A Famous Winding Road
and Tropical Landscape
Get ready for the ultimate adventure on the Magic Isle. East Maui isn’t just a destination; it’s a journey. Here you’ll wind your way through a tropical rainforest punctuated by dramatic waterfalls. You might even become bewitched by the lushness of the landscape, the sparkling lagoons, and fabled history. If you’re looking to spark the imagination or inspire a fairy tale, East Maui is not to be missed.
Where Ocean Adventure Abound
Look no further than South Maui for an exciting ocean adventure. Home to some of Hawaii’l finest beaches and snorkeling spots, this region is the perfect location for fun-filled days in the sun and surf.
Sunshine, Surf and History
Once you’re in West Maui, it’s easy to see why this region was one a retreat for Hawaiian royalty and why it remains popular today. The glorious beaches beckon you. Here is where seasonal whale watching is at its best. Come luxuriate on the warm, golden sand and refresh yourself with a dip in the turquoise water. Then stop over in Lahaina, a historic town that looks much like it did when it was a 19th century whaling village.

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