There are plenty of awesome things to do in Maui, Hawaii’s second largest island.
Given its origins, the destination is often referred to as the Valley Isle: Maui was formed as lava flow from two different volcanoes (Pu’u Kukui and Haleakala) merged to give rise to one incredibly diverse piece of land.
Throughout its peaks and valleys, the island is home to an incredible assortment of natural produce, so you’ll often find lots of fruits and greens on the menu of delicious local restaurants, ingredients sometimes also used to make top-notch ales at the best breweries in town.
But it’s not all about the food here: we’ve got awesome beaches, hikes, road trips, snorkeling expeditions, sailing adventures and much more. At every turn, expect a combination of island escapades and cultural immersions, backed by famous rainbows and starry skies.