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Below is a list of some suggested things to do in the Maui Area, with links to more details when available.

Dolphin Discovery Snorkel -- Maui
Licensed for up to 71 passengers, the 54-foot Maui Magic catamaran is equipped with an awesome sound system, barbecue grills, onboard waterslide and other frills. Snorkel groups are limited to no more than 45 per excursion to enhance comfort when scouting for Pacific Bottlenose Dolphins and Spinner Dolphins. Weather dictates sailing routes and snorkel sites, with possibilities including Kanaio Coast, La Perouse, offshore Kaho'olawe, Molokini, Turtle Arches, and Coral Gardens. Included is continental breakfast, a hamburger / hot dog lunch, plus an open bar for beer, wine and soda.
  
Drums of the Pacific Luau -- Maui
After a flower lei greeting to Hawaiian drumbeats and chants, you'll enjoy a fresh mai tai or fruit punch before serving of the luau accompanied by an open bar. The evening begins with Hawaiian music and audience participation hula lessons, coconut tree climbing, a fashion show, and more. The all-you-care-to-eat buffet includes Kalua Pork, Huli-Huli Chicken, Mahi Mahi, Ulupalakua Beef, Polynesian Rice and other sides, plus a lavish dessert bar.
Heavenly Hana Adventure Tour -- Maui
Scenic Hana Highway, winding around hundreds of curves and over 54 single-lane bridges, provides the pathway to adventure at Hana Ranch, Hana Town, and elsewhere. Points of interest include Kaumahina State Park, Wai Kani Falls, Hana Bay, Wailua Falls, and Palikea Stream, with stops including Tedeschi Winery, Wanapanapa State Park and Charles Lindbergh's Grave.
      
Historical Valley & City Tour -- Maui
Highlights include Iao -- Valley of the Kings -– with a stop at Iao Needle, a 1,200-foot green monolith, and the historic whaling town of Lahaina, a fun-loving harbor community that was once capital of the Hawaiian kingdom. Sailors frequenting Lahaina in its whaling fleet heyday included Herman Melville, later immortalizing the era in Moby Dick.
Horseback Riding -- Maui
Starting at the Mendes Ranch Corral with a greeting by paniolos (Hawaiian cowboys), the journey continues into lush rainforest with opportunity to gaze down into Eki Crater to view some of Maui's largest waterfalls. The narrated descent then continues past taro patches and plantation homes. Three separate itineraries include morning or afternoon rides or a morning ride with barbecue lunch including ribs and chicken.
 
House of the Sun (Haleakala) -- Maui
Attracting more than 1.5 million awestruck visitors annually, Haleakala is the world's largest dormant volcano, attaining mythic stature in lore of Maui. The route includes Kula upcountry district, Haleakala National Park admission, with stops at the visitor center and the summit at 10,023 feet. Bring a sweater and comfortable shoes for this tour beginning at the Maui Coral Factory.
Kiele V Afternoon Sunset Sail -- Maui
The 49-passenger Kiele V, a 55-foot catamaran known for luxury, sails along Kaanapali coastline with a full open bar and appetizers. Ameneties include a semi-enclosed cabin and two restrooms.
Kiele V Snorkel Sail -- Maui
The 49-passenger Kiele V, a 55-foot catamaran known for luxury, sails along Kaanapali coastline for adventure, ideal for either seasoned or beginning snorkelers. Pastries, fresh fruit, juices, and deli-style lunch with an open bar are included.
Luau & Submarine Adventure Combo Package -- Maui
Big savings can be enjoyed when combining a 90-minute submarine adventure with an ocean-front luau with lei greeting, traditional imu ceremony, and an all–you-care-to-eat Hawaiian buffet with open bar. Submarine tour times vary, with the Lahaina Luau at 5 p.m. daily. Kids must be 36-inches tall for submarine ride, where boarding involves a seven-step ladder.
Magnificent Maui
Combining Haleakala (“House of the Sun”), Iao Valley (“The Yosemite of the Pacific”) and the colorful port of Lahaina, this Magnificent Maui tour packs in a full complement of spectacular scenery and intriguing sites. Included are Kula, Wailuku town, and Iao Valley State Park, with stops at Iao Needle, and Haleakala National Park.
Maui Submarine Tour
Submerged 130 feet below, Maui's undersea allure includes majestic natural reefs and colorful Hawaiian marine life, all viewed from comfort of a 48-passenger submarine. From December through May, there's also whale-watching during ship-to-shore journeys. Reservations are recommended.
Maui Value Pass -- 4 Great Activities
Combining a quartet of attractions for one attractive price, the Maui Value Pass melds a 90-minute Atlantis Submarine Adventure, admissions to Maui Ocean Center, Maui Tropical Plantation and the Sugar Cane Train, and unused portions of the Value Pass are refundable. Kids must be at least 36 inches tall for the submarine ride, which has a steep seven-step ladder.
Molokini Snorkel
The Four Winds, with two spacious decks, a glass bottom viewing room, waterslide and three boarding ladders, also has a great sound system. Choose among the Molokini morning trip with breakfast and a barbecue lunch, afternoon snorkel with an optional lunch, or the Maui Dolphin Discovery Snorkel. All include an open bar of beer, wine and soda. Included are snorkel gear (with instruction), optical masks, and sport fishing options.
Sportfishing Charter Boat
The Makoa Kai, a 46-foot Bertram powered by 1,300 horses with a cruising speed of up to 30 knots, helps set the scene for reeling in the big ones from marlin to tuna. Amenities include top quality rods and reels, sonar, fish finder, and an air-conditioned main salon with television, VCR, and two heads. Captain and crew are Maui natives and are licensed by the U.S. Coast Guard.
Submarine & Hana/Haleakala Helicopter Tour
Combine oceanfloor wonders in a 90-minute submarine adventure with airborne peeks at the peaks including Pelekilauea Volcano formations at the Kilaueau Crater.
Whale Watch & Submarine Adventure -- Maui
Operating during migration of whales from December through mid-April, the submarine tour is 90 minutes. Children must be at least 36 inches tall, and there's a steep ladder to negotiate.
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Maui: A view of the Needle in Iao valley