West Maui (Lahaina)
South Maui (Kihei + Wailea)
North Shore (Paia + Upcountry)
Maui Cultural Lands
Deep in the valley of Honokawai is a village site frozen in time. Help care for the land, for the heritage and for the future. This website also has inspiring stories and a beautiful index of Native Hawaiian Plants.
Help protect Maui's largest coral reef as you care for the land and its natural resources. Get your hands dirty, your feet on the ground and feel the relationship between humans and the environment through cultural knowledge.
Waihee Coastal Dunes
Once thriving with two ancient Hawaiian villages, this 277 acre site is a place for wildlife habitat as well as rich archeological and cultural resources. Help enhance critical native wildlife habitat while preserving this significant cultural site.
You will be well taken care of from the moment you board this luxury catamaran. You will begin your adventure out of Ma'alaea with an incredible staff and amazing food as you are taken to Molokini or Turtle Point, two of South Maui's best snorkel locations.
Jump aboard the Paragon, a large catamaran leaving from Ma'alaea, as you sail to Molokini, a crescent shaped island that holds a marine preserve home to a large variety of tropical fish.
Coastal Trail Kapalua
This gorgeous oceanfront trail located in Kapalua takes you from D.T Fleming Beach Park to Kapalua Bay.
3.2 Miles Roundtrip
Head to Haiku early in the morning to find parking and bring your swimsuit for this easy hike to swimming holes and waterfalls.
1.8 Miles Roundtrip
Waihee Ridge Trail
If you're looking for a steep and challenging hike with breathtaking views of the ocean and valley , look no further. 5 Miles Round Trip
Haleakala National Park
With over 30 miles of hiking trails, begin this adventure with the sunrise for stunning views. Be sure to bring lots of water, snacks, sunscreen, and layers as temperatures can range from freezing to 65 degrees F.
Located in Makena, you will find yourself walking along an unspoiled coastline through black volcanic rock to reach Hanamonoia Point.
3.6 Miles Roundtrip
This very easy walk is home to sacred land of the Hawaiian people. You can hike, swim, picnic, explore and enjoy the scenery that the valley offers.
.6 Miles Roundtrip