While an outrigger canoe may not mean much to most people, here in the beautiful Aloha State, outrigger canoeing is not only the official state team sport but a tie to the island culture. No other culture in history has such a strong and intertwined existence with the ocean. On our tour you will have an opportunity to paddle out in the ocean with locals, while looking for the majesty of the North Pacific humpback whales in their natural environment. This is one of the most amazing marine wildlife adventures on Maui.
We will take you almost 10,000 feet above sea level for a breathtaking sunset you won’t soon forget.
The scenic Road to Hana on Maui is the undisputed top attraction on the island. The road leads you through flourishing rainforests, flowing waterfalls, plunging pools and dramatic seascapes. Along Maui’s rugged eastern coastline is the peaceful town of Hana, considered one of the last unspoiled Hawaiian frontiers.
You will be in the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean, in the darkness of night, with creatures as large as 16 ft. across and weighing 1,000 lbs. Big Island is the only place on the entire planet where you can do it at night.
This unique active lava glow night adventure can only be found on the Big Island and done with us. Imagine standing on the edge of a crater, feeling heat on your face from the volcano and watching lava flow inside the crater. That is how close to lava flow we will take you. Did we mention night sky full of stars? Stargazing in a secluded location – perfect for taking in views of the night sky. This is definitely a “must do” for anyone visiting Hawaii.
You will see two gorgeous waterfalls after a short uphill hike that takes you through a lush rainforest filled with wild orchids, bamboo groves and draping ferns. Another waterfall we will take you to is 80 foot tall and nearly 100 feet in diameter. The waterfall plunges over a natural lava cave into the river below.
We will take you to the most beautiful trails on Maui and Big Island. The hikes we chose for you have it all: lush forest jungle, mountains, waterfalls, and views of the ocean. Some trails are hard and challenging but the payoff is well worth it. One of the lookouts you’ll get to see got a stunning view over the easternmost and largest of the seven windward valleys of Kohala Mountain.
Is one of only four green sand beaches in the world. It’s named for the presence of a greenish, semi-precious stone named olivine.
With coconut palms ringing the beach and a gorgeous pond with lily pads fringed by lush tropical vegetation, this beach has a remote, stark and uniquely Hawaiian beauty.