The “Must Do’s” On Tours Of Maui

Maui has some of the most beautiful natural scenery out of all the islands in Hawaii. Taking tours of Maui is a great way to experience this natural beauty, check out these Maui tour tips!

The sights to see on tours of Maui

Clear blue water, white sandy beaches, rolling plains, deep valleys, lush tropical rainforest, breathtaking waterfalls, black sand beaches, and barren volcanic craters make up the diverse beauty of Hawaii’s “Valley Isle.” Here are the spots you have to see and things to do while on tours of Maui!

Maui’s Road to Hana

More of a journey than a destination, Maui’s finest scenery is found on the Hana Highway. The most beautiful coastal scenery, lush tropical rainforest, and breathtaking waterfalls line this road with over 600 curves and 50 one-lane bridges. Don’t come to Maui and skip the Road to Hana! If you only had one day on Maui, this would be the thing to do… definitely. Let us show you the Road to Hana! Sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride while we stop at the Hana Highway’s best spots.

The reefs of Molokini

If there’s one place to snorkel while visiting Maui it has to be at Molokini Crater. Over 250 species of fish and up to 150 fee of underwater visibility make this dive spot one of the best in the world. Don’t miss this chance of a lifetime to go diving at Molokini. Join us for a snorkeling adventure while on tours of Maui!

The things to do on tours of Maui

The best way to experience something is to go out and do it! Here are things you have to do on tours of Maui!

Swim at a black sand beach

The first thing you have to do while on tours of Maui is to swim at a black sand beach. Ancient volcanic flows hitting the ocean formed rare black sand beaches, and they are waiting for your footsteps!

Try pineapple wine

Maui’s only winery created one of the most delicious tropical flavors found on the islands. Pineapple Wine. The Maui Winery at Ulupalakua Ranch on the lopes of Haleakala have incredibly fertile volcanic soil which make it perfect for growing grapes.
Interestingly enough, while the winery waited for their first harvest of grapes to grow, they fermented pineapples to make a sweet dessert wine that embodied the flavor of Hawaii. And they hit it on the nose. Get a bottle to take back to the room!

Have an elk burger

An elk burger in Hawaii? While that may not sound right, it sure tastes like it does. The Ulupalakua Ranch has always raised a diversity of crops and livestock, like Hawaiian elk. Juicy and Ono (Delicious) an elk burger with some sweet Maui onion on top sounds really good. Would you agree? Take these top places to go and things to see and run with it! The best time to take a tour is at the beginning of your vacation because you’ll get a sense of the island, discover new places, and have the rest of your stay to go back and revisit your favorite places. Check out our Hawaii Travel Blog for more travel tips, vacation ideas, tour features and highlights, everything else Hawaii! Alooooha!

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