One of two mammals indigenous to Hawaii, the Hawaiian Monk Seal earned its moniker because of its appearance and behavior.
Arrive on Maui’s leeward side and it may be impossible to tear your eyes away from Molokini—a small, horseshoe-shaped landmass that rests between Makena and the outlying island of Kaho’olawe. Roughly two and a half miles away—and little more than fifteen minutes by boat from Kihei—the volcanic ledge, half submerged in water, presents not just [...]
Guest Author: Susan Baker Aside from the Dolphins and turtles that you will frequently see on tours, you will be able to see a few special marine types in their vibrant ecosystems while snorkeling in Maui. Most of these specific fish species you'll be able to see frequently but others you will only see on [...]
When traveling to Maui, there are a few things worth reserving beforehand in order to escape hassle and/or higher prices. 1 - Car Rental It feels like regardless of when we reserve, we always have a hassle with car rentals. But at least when you reserve far enough ahead, you usually get lower rates. Most car [...]
When it comes to scenic snorkeling, whale watching, and the perfect mix of outdoor activities, natural beauty and nightlife, Maui is everyone’s go-to Hawaiian getaway. No matter what your level of comfortability in the ocean, we guarantee you’ll enjoy one of Maui’s best ocean activities, whether it be snorkeling, surfing, stand up paddle boarding, windsurfing, [...]