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    Molokini and Kealewai Snorkel Cruise

    Molokini Crater is known around the world for its fantastic diving. The partially collapsed half-moon crater wall creates a micro-environment that's sheltered from the waves, wind and strong currents for superb Molokini snorkeling. Then, your day out at sea continues to the serene beauty of Keawalai along Maui's south shore. You might even see Hawaii's green sea turtles nesting in their natural habitat on your Molokini snorkel cruise. Your cruising vessel has two decks and roomy table seating for up to 149 passengers. The upper sun deck provides clear views, from the majestic slopes of Haleakala to the shoreline of Maui's spectacular beaches.
    Molokini and Kealewai Snorkel Cruise

    Molokini, Maui

    • Snorkel through the beautiful turquoise waters of the Molokini crater, known around the world for its fantastic diving
    • Explore the serene beauty of Kealewai along the south shore
    • Swim with tropical fish, sea turtles, manta rays, and harmless white tip sharks
    • Learn safety techniques and tips of snorkeling
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    Snorkel and Green Sea Turtle Adventure

    From Maui, embark on a small-group adventure to Molokini, a crescent-shaped volcanic crater located between the Hawaiian islands of Maui and Kahoʻolawe. Skip over the waves on a comfortable and speedy military-inspired, eco-friendly raft to the Molokini Crater, where you will snorkel with tropical fish, rays and various other wildlife. As the first boat to arrive at the crater, the waters will be uncrowded. Here, you'll also enjoy a delicious continental breakfast. Water visibility at this prime diving and snorkeling spot often reaches 180 feet (55 meters)! After snorkeling in the crater, head to the backside of Molokini Crater, a place many people rarely see, for another snorkeling experience. Then, head on over to your final snorkeling destination, 'Turtle Town,' in La Perouse Bay. The bay is a natural habitat for the Hawaiian spinner dolphin, so keep a look out and get your camera ready! At 'Turtle Town,' jump in the water and swim with the friendly Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles! After snorkeling with the turtles, refuel with a deli lunch before heading back to Maui.
    Snorkel and Green Sea Turtle Adventure

    2800 S Kihei Rd, Kihei

    • Embark on an adventure to Molokini, a crescent-shaped volcanic crater located between Maui and Kaho’olawe
    • Enjoy snorkeling with tropical fish, rays, and other wildlife
    • Dine on a continental breakfast before heading to the backside of the crater for another snorkeling experience
    • Swim with friendly Hawaiian Green Sea turtles
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    Explore Maui: Hana Highway Drive and Waterfalls Hike

    Meet in central Maui for the 2.5-hour drive down the famous Hana Highway, a scenic stretch of coastal road along the island’s east shore that crosses more than 50 bridges. During your trip, you’ll loop around eastern Maui to the trailhead, where you begin your full-day hike through Maui’s ultimate waterfall wonderland, an area that is still described as “old Hawaii.”

    On a 4.5-mile excursion deep into Maui’s national park, you’ll adventure past a network of waterways and cascading waterfalls referred to as the “Seven Sacred Pools” due to its otherworldly beauty. Climb trails that cut through acres of towering bamboo and rich vegetation, and discover multiple waterfalls tucked deep into the forest, some measuring more than 400 feet (122 meters).

    Halfway through the day, stop for a lunch of your choice of a ham, turkey, or peanut butter and jelly sandwich, or a veggie burger. Other snacks such as fresh island fruit, chips, cookies and water provided along the way will keep your energy up. After returning to the trailhead, you’ll circle one last time in a van around eastern Maui before ending your day-long journey into Hawaii’s untamed wilderness back in central Maui.
    Explore Maui: Hana Highway Drive and Waterfalls Hike

    Maui Park n' Ride, Maui

    • Explore lush wildlife and climb past thundering waterfalls
    • Devote a full day to discovering Maui’s bamboo rainforest and towering cascades
    • Drive the famous Hana Highway
    • Uncover Hawaii’s wild side
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    Haleakala Park, Lavender Farm, and Wine Tasting

    If you've already seen Maui’s beaches and are looking for a different adventure, take a day trip to discover some of the island’s more off-the-beaten-path gems. Awaken your senses on this 9-hour, small-group trip to Haleakala National Park, as well as a lavender farm and a winery. Travel aboard a luxurious and comfortable limo-van with a maximum of eight passengers. After pickup from your hotel in the morning, drive to Pa'ia for a light morning snack. Then, enjoy a leisurely drive to Haleakala National Park and take in breathtaking panoramic views of the infamous crater. From Pu’u Ula Ula (Red Hill), admire 360-degree views of the Big Island, West Maui, Lanai and Molokai. Next, descend into the serene gardens of the Maui Lavender farm. After touring the farm, feel free to visit the gift shop that sells more than 75 lavender products made directly from the gardens. At the farm, enjoy a delectable Pacific Rim lunch as you hear about the mystical side of lavender. Served on linen table cloths, lunch includes hibachi-grilled chicken, fresh mahi mahi, fruits and more. Your journey continues past rolling green pastures, serene mountain vistas and the seascapes below, to the Ulupalakua Ranch and Tedeschi Vineyards. This historic ranch was visited by King Kalakaua and Queen Kapi’olani in 1874 and was famed for its hospitality and agricultural prowess. Here, visit the tasting room, formerly the king’s cottage, and sample the winery's signature pineapple wine among other delicious wines. Lastly, visit the Hawaiian paniolo (cowboy) town of Makawao. You will have time to explore this historic place at your leisure. Visit Viewpoints Gallery, operated exclusively by Maui artists; Hot Island Glass, the only glass-blowing studio on Maui; or any of the various locally owned shops.
    Haleakala Park, Lavender Farm, and Wine Tasting

    Haleakala National Park, Kula

    • Visit Haleakala National Park, a lavender farm, & a winery
    • Visit a dormant volcano -- the tallest peak on Maui
    • Relax at Tedeschi Vineyards as you taste various samples of wine, including its signature pineapple wine
    • Explore the Hawaiian paniolo (cowboy) town of Makawao and shop at the various locally owned stores
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    Ukumehame Snorkel Safari

    A really convenient location for those staying west of Maui, you'll start this marine adventure getting fitted with snorkeling equipment, and then, you're off into the gorgeous waters off Olowalu. The area provides easy paddling, allowing you to enjoy the breathtaking views of the Ukumehame Valley. Once in the water, you'll discover a tropical heaven. Admire beautiful coral teaming with sea-life as well as the friendly, endangered green sea turtles.
    Ukumehame Snorkel Safari

    Ukumehame Beach State Park, Lahaina

    • Learn the basics of snorkeling such as paddling, diving, and breathing
    • Enjoy the breathtaking views of the Ukumehame Valley
    • Swim through beautiful coral with friendly sea-life such as turtles and tropical fish
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    Kayak and Snorkel - South Shore

    The morning sun provides the energy and inspiration for an impressive day on the water as you paddle in South Maui's early morning calm waters. The early start will get you to all the best snorkeling spots first. This kayaking adventure has something for everyone, including a hearty paddle of 4.5 miles (7.2 km), snorkeling, and gorgeous scenic views. You'll snorkel in several sites along the way, all filled with colorful corals, vibrant reef systems and of course many green sea turtles. Take a step further into paradise, we dare you.
    Kayak and Snorkel - South Shore

    Makena Landing, Wailea-Makena

    • Explore the Makena coastline of Maui by kayak and snorkel
    • Learn the basics of snorkeling including paddling, diving, and breathing
    • Enjoy interacting with sea turtles and tropical fish as you swim through crystal clear waters
    • Relax with the soothing breeze and beautiful backdrop of Maui
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    Kayak and Snorkel - South Shore Turtle

    This is a great paddling and snorkeling adventure for all ages and abilities, filled with great scenery, exciting marine life and, and the soothing, warm ocean breeze on your face. For individuals without paddling experience our guides will provide you beachside paddling instruction, assist you with your launch and accompany you for the duration providing assistance where needed.
    Kayak and Snorkel - South Shore Turtle

    Makena Bay, Wailea-Makena

    • Explore the Makena coastline of Maui by kayak and snorkel
    • Learn the basics of snorkeling including paddling, diving, and breathing
    • Enjoy interacting with sea turtles and tropical fish as you swim through beautiful coral
    • Relax with the soothing breeze and beautiful backdrop of Maui
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    Tropical Plantation and Iao Valley Tour

    After being picked up from Kahului Pier, your Maui shore excursion starts with a drive to Iao Valley. Enter the lush forest at Iao Valley and learn about the history of Iao, the beautiful daughter of Maui. The 2,250- foot (685-meters) green-mantled Iao Needle overlooks Iao Stream, and the steep cliffs of the West Maui Mountains provide scenic views. It was at Iao Valley in 1790 that King Kamehameha conquered Maui in order to unite the Hawaiian Islands, and changed the course of Hawaiian history. Take a leisurely hike and enjoy the exhibits at the valley’s Hawaii Nature Center. Next, enter the Maui Tropical Plantation. You'll learn about Hawaii's 14 most- popular flower and food crops, such as papaya, guava, mango, taro, macadamia nuts and coffee. See a coconut- husking demonstration, feast on the delicious fresh fruits and capture the agricultural beauty of Maui. Choose to extend your shore excursion at the Maui Ocean Center, where you'll get a peek into Hawaii's undersea world. See amazing live coral displays, watch Hawaii's cherished green sea turtles, and get up close with sharks, stingrays and thousands of tropical fish! Naturalists will be on hand to share knowledge of the marine life of the Hawaiian Islands. Note: Only Norwegian Cruise Line and Carnival ship passengers may book this shore excursion.
    Tropical Plantation and Iao Valley Tour

    Kahului Harbor, Kahului

    • Start the day off with a relaxing drive to the scenic lao Valley
    • Discover Hawaii’s rich, agricultural history at the Maui Tropical Plantation
    • Enjoy a delicious feast of fresh fruits as you take in the pastoral beauty of Maui
    • Extend this tour to visit the Maui Ocean Center and explore Hawaii’s undersea world
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    Tropical Plantation and Iao Valley Tour

    After being picked up from Lahaina Pier, your Maui shore excursion starts with a drive to the Iao Valley. Walk into the lush forest and learn about the history of Iao, the beautiful daughter of Maui. In 1790, King Kamehameha conquered Maui at Iao Valley to unite the Hawaiian Islands, and changed the course of Hawaiian history. Amble around Iao Valley State Park and view the exhibits at the Hawaii Nature Center. The 2,250-foot (685-meter) Iao Needle looks over Iao Stream, and the steep cliffs of the West Maui Mountains afford scenic views. Next, discover the rich Hawaiian agricultural history at the Maui Tropical Plantation. You'll learn about Hawaii's 14 most-popular flower and food crops, such as papaya, guava, mango, taro, macadamia nuts and coffee. See a coconut-husking demonstration, feast on the delicious fresh fruits and capture the pastoral beauty of Maui. Choose to extend your shore excursion at the Maui Ocean Center, where you’ll get a glimpse into Hawaii’s vibrant marine life. See amazing live coral displays, get up close with Hawaii’s beloved green sea turtles, and view the sharks, stingrays and thousands of species of tropical fish! Professional naturalists will be at your side to provide commentary of the marine life of the Hawaiian Islands. Note: Only Royal Caribbean ship passengers may book this shore excursion.
    Tropical Plantation and Iao Valley Tour

    Lahaina Harbor, Lahaina

    • Start the day off with a relaxing drive to the scenic lao Valley
    • Discover Hawaii’s rich, agricultural history at the Maui Tropical Plantation
    • Learn about the island’s 14 most popular flower and food crops and see a coconut-husking demonstration
    • Enjoy a feast of delicious, fresh fruits as you take in the pastoral beauty of Maui
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    Stand Up Paddleboard Ono GrPro (Kalama Beach Park)

    Looking to achieve a little more balance in your life? Standup paddleboarding (SUP) will get you on your feet, and this class will teach you to stay there! You’ll work alongside energetic local instructors, who will teach you the fundamentals of the SUP with land exercises and water experience. Master paddling techniques, balancing footwork, and methods for handling a variety of maneuvers as you learn to embrace one the world’s most inspirational sporting experiences. You’ll even get to capture your adventure with a GoPro calendar. It’s okay to be super stoked.
    Stand Up Paddleboard Ono GrPro (Kalama Beach Park)

    1900 South Kihei Rd, Kihei

    • Learn to paddle the ocean waters off the beaches of one of the world’s top SUP climates
    • Work with local instructors to master the fundamentals of SUP on land and in the water
    • Record your experience and take home footage thanks to an included GoPro camera
    • Embrace a thrilling sport that will satiate your need for adventure in a big way
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