Maui Mountain Descent
Stretching from Maui’s shores to beyond the clouds, Haleakala National Park is an area of astounding diversity that traverses a landscape of alpine desert, drylands forest, rainforests and scenic tropical pools.
You’ll cruise solo on the crater’s rim along a 38-mile descent of paved roads. A local guide leads you through countless environments, offering anecdotes and fascinating facts of history and nature that surround you. Bikes and gear (DOT-approved helmets, gloves, wind-stopper fleece, Gortex™ rain suits), safety instruction and a “chase van” are provided to ensure comfort and safety from the start at 10,000 feet above sea level to the water’s edge.
Duration: 7-8 hours
Experience Maui’s longest, most thrilling ziplines with unparalleled views of both the North and South shores, as well as majestic Haleakala. Your canopy adventure includes 8 ziplines ranging from a 250 ft. warmup to a 3,600 ft. monster! With more than 2.5 miles of ziplining excitement and incredible panoramic views of The Valley Isle (Maui), this will be a highlight of your visit.
Beginning at a tropical foothill plantation, a short 4x4 drive into the heart of scenic Waikapu Valley begins your adventure, where a short introductory zipline will familiarize you with the gear and zipping procedures. Then you’re ready to fly through the magnificent Hawaiian skies, where you’ll cross 9 different valleys and 11 different ridges, all while gaining insight into Maui’s rich history and culture. Along the way, we will take time to plant rare, native Hawaiian plants as we zip through the incredible natural diversity that exists on Maui, ranging from the tropical rainforest to the desert and everything in between.
Weight restrictions are between 75 and 275 lbs. Weight limits are strictly enforced, and each guest will be weighed at check in.
Duration: 5 hours
Jungle Rappelling Adventure
Spend a day in East Maui’s lush jungles and make memories of a lifetime rappelling and exploring waterfalls, tropical cliffs and natural freshwater pools. No previous climbing or rappelling experience is necessary, and all your gear is provided.
This six-hour activity combines hiking, swimming and rappelling, all under the direction of well-trained canyoneering guides. Using top-rated equipment, you’ll take on a 60-foot jungle cliffside rappel. It’s dry so that you can learn the technique and get some hands-on practice. Then it’s usually on to the 30- and 50-foot waterfalls, descending into the canyon. On high-water days with raging floods, we rappel down 100-foot jungle walls to the edge of the roaring stream.
Duration: 7 hours
Speed Craft Whale Watching
A breathtaking experience afforded only to those in the right place at the right time, nearly 60% of the North Pacific humpback whale population migrates from Alaska through the narrow channel between Maui and Lanai, offering a unique opportunity to view these peaceful giants as they play, feed and communicate in their natural habitat.
Among the limited fleet of limited observation vessels, most position themselves and wait. Small and fast, our boats quickly and easily maneuver to prime locations of confirmed sightings, bringing guests face to face with these graceful creatures.
Duration: 2-3 hours
Molokini Snorkel Sail
Set sail on a luxury snorkeling excursion to two of Maui’s most vibrant reefs, Molokini Crater and Turtle Arches in South Maui. Molokini, a crescent-shaped caldera that is over 10,000 years old, is a protected marine sanctuary where you’ll find untouched beauty and marine life in abundance.
To enhance your experience, we’ll provide trained water specialists, guided snorkel safaris, premium snorkel gear, boogie boards with viewers for flotation, water noodles, wet suit tops, optical masks and four heated fresh water showers.
Molokini is sheltered by the 10,023-foot peak of Haleakala and the neighbor island of Kahoolawe. Therefore, the waters can typically be calm and clear especially in the early morning hours ... perfect snorkeling –- for beginners and for the advanced.
Duration: 5 hours
Kahoma Ranch ATV Tour
Experience the excitement of driving your own ATV through an active cattle ranch on private dirt roads and trails inaccessible to the general public. Enjoy the breathtaking views of Lahaina Town and surrounding Hawaiian Islands.
Nestled in the picturesque West Maui Mountains above the town of Lahaina on 600 acres of unspoiled land, Kahoma Ranch provides the perfect playground for your Maui adventure. Experienced guides take you on an exhilarating ride on your own 2-person Polaris ATV up into the pastures where you might come across cows, horses, and even peacocks or the occasional pig. Various weather conditions also add to the variety and fun factor of this ride, making it one of Maui’s favorite adventures in dry and wet conditions alike.
Duration: 4 hours
A Taste of Maui
On this exclusive excursion you will explore some of Maui’s top venues as you meet the artisans at Surfing Goat Dairy, Maui Wine and Hawaii Sea Spirits. This island craft and farm adventure is sure to be an experience everyone will enjoy.
Surfing Goat Dairy - Private Farm Tour & Tasting: This exclusive farm experience includes a 30-minute private tour of the dairy from one of the farm’s expert tour guides. You’ll meet and feed the happy goats who call this country paradise home as you experience a taste of what it takes to raise these adorable animals, collect the milk and produce the lovingly crafted artisanal cheeses. Following the tour, you’ll be guided through a phenomenally delicious cheese tasting.
Maui Wine - Private Tour & Exclusive Estate Wine Tasting: This private winery experience is an exclusive look at grape growing and winemaking on Maui. You’ll receive a private tour through the historical winery grounds and cellar, learning the philosophies and practices that make these vines and their wines so special. After the tour, everyone will be invited to participate in an intimate and casual tasting in the historic “Old Jail.”
Hawaii Sea Spirits Organic Farm & Distillery - Private Tour & Tasting: Your time at the Farm includes a private tour followed by a tasting of the impressive spirits being produced from local organic sugar cane. Receive an in-depth look at how Hawaii Sea Spirits is leveraging sustainable cane farming and distilling practices in the production of their Ocean Vodka and Deep Wave Rum. The tour finishes with a tasting of both the vodka and the rum.
Duration: 6 hours
Link up with some of Maui’s experienced surfers and premiere instructors to learn the basics of one of Hawaii’s favorite pastimes. From boards to gear, we’ll provide everything you need to go from beginner to hobbyist in one easy lesson! Each lesson includes an approximate 10-15 minute land lesson on the basics of surfing and ocean safety. The rest of the lesson is spent in the water with your instructors!
Duration: 4 hours
Maui on Horseback
Whether leisurely climbing mountain trails or galloping through beachfront fields, the expanse of Maui’s island wilderness promises breathtaking views and an appreciation of your natural surroundings unattainable by vehicle. A 1.5 hour ride travels along the shoreline and foothills, offering views of Ahihi Kinau, La Perouse Bay and the islands of Hawai’i, Kaho’olawe, Molokini.
Riders of all skill levels are welcome and carefully paired with the proper horse for their journey -- one of timeless travel that culminates in the laid back setting of one of the island’s few working ranches.
Note: Long pants & closed-toed shoes required. 200lb weight limit.
Duration: 4 hours
Golf: Wailea’s Rugged Beauty
The home course of The Champions Skins Game from 2001 to 2007, the 7,078-yard Wailea Gold is a masterfully designed layout. Its strategic and rugged design takes advantage of the terrain’s natural undulations and phenomenal ocean vistas, but four to six tee boxes built into every hole make it a suitable track for virtually every player.
Shortly after opening in 1994, the Wailea Gold was named by both Golf Magazine and Golf Digest as one of the country’s 10 best new resort courses. It was also hailed as one of the world’s best designed courses by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler in the magazine’s first golf resorts poll.
In more recent years, the Gold Course has collectively been honored dozens of times by Golf Magazine, Golf Digest, Golfweek, Gayot and Zagat. Local readers of The Maui News voted it one of their top choices in the “Best Golf Course” category.
The Wailea Gold was created by architect Robert Trent Jones II, and has been called a “thinking player’s course,” offering a true test of one’s golf skills. Strategy and finesse are important to playing the Gold well, and the course’s intriguing risk-reward choices makes it possible to use every club in your bag.
Perhaps the most difficult hazards on the Wailea Gold, however, are the distracting island views. Gold #8 is a prime example. This par-3 beauty has golfers teeing off toward an unbeatable view of the ocean and little Molokini, a crescent shaped islet and one of Maui’s most popular snorkeling spots. Juxtaposed between the tee boxes and the fairway is a dark papohaku wall, and the verdant green is ringed by coconut trees and a sparkling white bunker. It’s hard to imagine a more picturesque Hawaiian vista.
The Four Season’s Maui spa offers a nurturing tropical retreat where you can celebrate the restorative power of nature, relax your body, revitalize your mind and renew your spirit. Choosing a treatment will be the only difficulty you’ll experience.
Take to the road on your schedule. The Road to Hana is more than 60 miles of highway, carved into the cliffs of one of the most beautiful rainforests in the world. Its curves hug the coastline of the blue Pacific, and its dramatic landscape will take your breath away... And that's just if you stay in your car.
Everything in sight is visually stunning. It's a road that you and your fellow companions will remember, and maybe even overcome some great fears, like jumping off waterfalls.