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Maui: Deluxe Sunset Sail from Lahaina

1. Maui: Deluxe Sunset Sail from Lahaina

Enjoy an elevated sunset viewing experience. Lay back on the forward trampolines, find a comfortable seat with panoramic island views, or sit under the covered cabin space for a break from the elements. From December to May, enjoy the thrill of watching the humpback whales making their way to Hawaii each year.

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Lahaina, Maui: Sunset Dinner Cruise from Lahaina Harbor

2. Lahaina, Maui: Sunset Dinner Cruise from Lahaina Harbor

Departing from Pier One in Lahaina Harbor, enjoy a relaxing sunset cruise with a delicious Hawaiian meal, listen to island-style music and watch the sun go down while cruising the waves on a state-of-the-art catamaran. Once aboard, explore both decks and take your time to find just the right spot in sun or shade. After you’ve settled in, follow your nose to the delicious appetizers and pick up a tasty soda or tropical juice. Your dinner cruise includes two free drinks, once the catamaran has motored out of the harbor, you can order alcoholic beverages. For the main meal, depending on the option selected, enjoy a sumptuous selection of Hawaiian classics like mahi-mahi, a pan-seared white fish with fresh mango salsa, or prime rib dinner (prepared medium/medium-well done). Each is served with authentic side dishes traditional Hawaiian sweet rolls, and a chocolate brownie. Relax as the sun sets behind the distant Maui mountains, and keep an eye out for humpback whales while you enjoy your delicious dinner cruise.

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Maui: Sunset Dinner Cruise from Ma'alaea Harbor

3. Maui: Sunset Dinner Cruise from Ma'alaea Harbor

Depart from the Ma’alaea Harbor and set off into the waves on a deluxe, 3-story catamaran. After exiting the harbor, enjoy a complimentary drink before the dinner service kicks off. Explore the alcoves of the boat, gaze out over the ocean, and snap photos. While soaking up the tropical views, listen to island-style music. For dinner, chef Keoni will serve the succulent Hawaiian prime rib, Mahi Mahi, teriyaki chicken, ribs, steamed vegetables, white rice with soy sauce, and more. As you dine, take in views of Kaho’olawe and Lanai in the distance, as well as the top snorkeling location, Molokini Crater. Gaze out at the Kahalawai Mountains of Maui extending toward the sky. You are likely to see humpback whales visiting the islands from Alaska along with other marine mammals.

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Maui: Sunset Sailing Cruise with Champagne from Lahaina

4. Maui: Sunset Sailing Cruise with Champagne from Lahaina

A perfect Maui experience is not complete without witnessing the beauty of a sunset while out on the ocean. Board Paragon to experience a sunset sailing cruise and watch the sun dip below the horizon as you glide along the picturesque west cost of Maui. Beverages, including locally brewed beer, mai tais, wine, and champagne, are served as well as pupus (appetizers). This is as close as you can get to yachting, but make no mistake — when the wind is up it can be quite an exhilarating sail. During season from December to May, enjoy the thrill of watching the humpback whales that make their way to Hawaii each year.

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From Ka'anapali Beach: 2-Hour Sunset Sail with Live Music

5. From Ka'anapali Beach: 2-Hour Sunset Sail with Live Music

Setting off from Ka'anapali Beach, start your adventurous sunset cruise by boarding your luxurious Catamaran. Once aboard, enjoy a pleasant meet-and-greet with the friendly staff before embarking on this 2-hour cruise. Relax and take in the breathtaking views as you listen to popular local musicians performing live on the Catamaran. Enjoy a mixture of traditional, contemporary and reggae covers of the popular songs you know and love as you take advantage of the delicious beverages at the open bar and tasty pupus appetisers. These conditions create the perfect setting to witness the stunning views of the sunset over the horizon. For participants on the cruise during the period of December 15th to April the 15th, whale watching is also a great possibility.

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Maui: Self-Drive Sightseeing Road Trip

6. Maui: Self-Drive Sightseeing Road Trip

Embark on a self-driving road trip with a guide in your pocket. Skip the crowded tour buses and experience Maui independently, at your own pace. See historic sites, popular attractions, world-class beaches, and scenic hikes. Listen to local stories, legends, and fun facts about the places you’re visiting as well as unique Hawaiian music to entertain and relax you along the way. Experiences you can have on the tour are: • Hike to Twin Falls • Explore Wai'anapanapa State Park to visit a black sand beach • Hike to Maui’s Red Sand Beach • Swim at Oheo Gulch (Seven Sacred Falls)  • Explore a lava tube • Explore the Backside to Hana • Visit scenic waterfalls • Watch the sunrise atop Mt. Haleakala • Hike the Hosmer Grove or Sliding Sands trails • Visit a lavender or dairy farm • Walk through historic Makawao Town

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Maui: Haleakala and Ia'o Valley Tour

7. Maui: Haleakala and Ia'o Valley Tour

Take in the breathtaking sights and catch the highlights of upcountry Maui on this guided day tour.  Start your day with a journey to Haleakala National Park to see famous dormant volcano Halekalalā, the “House of the Sun”.  This National Park showcases the best of Maui in its truest and most natural form. Covering 33,000 acres of volcanic wilderness, witness the unforgettable sweeping views from what seems to be the top of the world.  Discover native plants and wildlife including the rare silversword plant which only grows on the slopes of Haleakala. You will also have time to check out the Haleakalā Visitor Center’s educational exhibits. On the next part of your adventure, head to Wailuku Town in central Maui. This is the capital of Maui County and a historic plantation town. Your guide will share their insights about the local culture and history of this vibrant town. After that, don't miss out on scenic ‘Iao Valley and marvel at the famed ʻIao Needle in its towering glory.  Learn about the site of a great battle between King Kamehameha I and Maui's army in an effort to unite the Hawaiian Islands. Finish off your day by climbing 133 steps to the top the ‘Iao Valley lookout where you will be rewarded by mesmerizing 360-degree views.  

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Maui: Kaanapali Shore Sunset Segway Tour

8. Maui: Kaanapali Shore Sunset Segway Tour

End your day in paradise on a perfect note with this sunset Segway tour. After a brief orientation and training covering Segway safety protocols, explore Hanakoo Beach Park and Wahikuli State Park (also known as Canoe Park). Follow the long, uninterrupted stretch of golden sand between Kaanapali and Lahaina. Glide along the walking path through both beach parks, both of which are known for great swimming and snorkeling. You will pass grassy picnic areas and shady Kiawe and palm tree groves. Stop for pictures whenever and wherever you like. Bask in the glow of the setting sun from the seashore.

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What people are saying about Maui

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 18 reviews

Other than the rain (which we both enjoyed) the trip was amazing. Romantic if it’s for a special occasion. We enjoyed the dinner and the dessert. We wished maybe it was a little longer.

The crew was friendly and attentive. We had such a fun, relaxing time. I would highly recommend. Will do this activity again!

The crew were phenomenal! The people on board were such a pleasure to talk to, and great music.

Such a fun boat cruise! Staff was awesome and had a great time. Would recommend!

We had a wonderful time - great staff, great views, great experience!