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Outdoor Maui Adventures For Your Next Trip

With summer quickly approaching, Maui goers will be able to enjoy two more additional hours of daylight compared to the winter time! The additional time in the sun is perfect for creating your own Maui adventures and soaking up the Maui No Ka Oi Lifestyle. Offering everything from ocean going fun to rugged mountain ridges, Maui’s diverse microclimates caters to all.

Photo courtesy of Dominick Marino

Explore Molokini

Photo courtesy of Dominick Marino

Formed by a volcanic eruption thousands of years ago off of South Maui’s coast, Molokini today is one of the island’s most popular snorkeling and scuba diving spot. Only assessable by boat, it remains an untouched aquascape full of everything fish to dolphins. Numerous tour operators offer guided full day or half day trips to experience all that it has to offer. Also check out our Must Knows For a Successful Snorkel Trip.

Iao Valley

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Iao Valley is a well known visitor attraction located within Iao Valley State Park in North Maui, featuring the iconic Iao Needle, a 1,200 foot natural rock pinnacle that seems to call to nature-lovers from all over the world. While many people visit the park to enjoy the scenic beauty of the West Maui mountains, hiking trails and take a swim in the fresh water stream, not many know about its place in shaping the future of Hawaii.

Twin Falls Maui

If you’ve been to Maui without hearing about the Road to Hana, you might have been on the wrong island. A full day adventure that covers it all, including beaches, tropical plants, waterfalls, rainforest, and the essence of island life at its finest, the Road to Hana is a winding road of truly unmistakeable beauty. One of the first and most popular stops along the drive, Twin Falls is the first of many accessible waterfalls you’ll find along the way, attracting more than a quarter of a million visitors each year.

Zipline

Originally created by workers who needed to quickly transport supplies and people across impassable areas, it wasn’t until the last couple of decades that ziplining became a major tourist attraction. Maui is no exception to this trend, and ziplining here offers stunning panoramic views (and a thrill) like no other you’ll experience on your trip to Hawaii.

The Splendor Of A Haleakala Sunrise

Photo courtesy of Dominick Marino

This is certainly one of the most unique experiences on a Hawaiian vacation: waking in the middle of the night; battling frigid temperatures; driving 10,000 feet up winding mountain roads. But believe me when I say, the destination is well worth any slight inconveniences along the way.

Contact a Maui Real Estate and Lifestyle Specialist

Please interview me to be your trusted Maui Real Estate and Lifestyle Advisor. I was born and raised on the island, and spend a considerable amount of time to inform my clients about the best deals currently on the market. Please do not hesitate to call me for your Maui real estate needs. I am more than happy to assist you in your home search.

Aloha,

Anthony Sayles R(S)

808-280-6532

Anthony@DanoSayles.com

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