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Molokini And Turtle Arches Snorkeling Trip
"Your adventure begins at Ma'alaea Harbor where you'll board the Ocean Odyssey. This eco-friendly and smooth-riding catamaran features a galley bar two bathrooms a water slide freshwater shower and snorkel platform for easy entry into the water. The experienced crew will get you professionally fitted with snorkel gear.As you cruise to Molokini your ship crew will serve you a tropical style continental breakfast accompanied by freshly brewed Maui coffee and tropical juices. Along the way Certified Naturalists also offer a complimentary learn-to-snorkel class and educational talks about Hawaii's reefs and fishes. In the winter
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Whale Watching from Lahaina Harbor
"You'll depart Lahaina Harbor and go out in search of humpback whales who migrate every year from Alaska to Maui to mate and breed. Seeing the amazing ocean giants is an experience you'll never forget. Pec and tail slaps to full breaches whales coming up to the boat....it can be an amazing show which never fails to bring a smile to one's face.Throughout the tour our certified Marine Naturalists will provide educational talks and interpretation of the whale behaviors you are witnessing. There is even a free Jr. Naturalist Program for kids so that they can learn and enjoy their experience as well. Moreover whale sightings are guaranteed or you will get a gift certificate to go again for free.These cruises are offered on smooth riding double-deck eco-friendly catamarans built for comfort stability and viewing. The upper deck provides excellent panoramic views and a higher viewing angle
From $46.00
 
Whale Watching from Ma'alaea Harbor
"You'll depart from Ma'alaea Harbor and go out in search of humpback whales who migrate every year from Alaska to Maui to mate and breed. Seeing the amazing ocean giants is an experience you'll never forget. Pectoral fin and tail slaps to full breaches whales coming up to the boat - it can be an amazing show which never fails to bring a smile to one's face. Throughout the tour our certified Marine Naturalists will provide educational talks and interpretation of the whale behaviors you are witne whale sightings are guaranteed or you will get a gift certificate to go again for free. These cruises are offered on smooth riding double-deck eco-friendly catamarans built for comfort stability and viewing. The upper deck provides excellent panoramic views and a higher viewing angle but there is also ample space to move around and shaded cabins below deck. Sodas juices
From $46.00

More Things to Do in Maui

Really look at the Lava that built this paradise

Lava is the sole reason that Hawaii exists at all. Volcanoes spewing out lava by the millions of cubic feet created the foundation of these islands. Then left to time, nature took this raw material,...
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dlytle
Apr 17, 2003

Maui's number one crop: Sugar from Sugarcane

Flying into Kahului airport, it's clear to see Maui's wide central valley is dominated by swaying green and golden fields. But It is not corn or even bamboo, it's Maui's number one revenue crop:...
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dlytle
Apr 16, 2003

Pineapples - Hawaii's "King of Fruits"

Hawaii's king of fruits is the Pineapple and while in Maui I was standing near a dirt road, close to Honolua Bay, looking out over a sea of pineapple plants. Sporting spiky green "crowns," the plants...
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Apr 16, 2003

Even Whales enjoy a "Maui Vacation"

Maui is a Whale Sanctuary offering a safe place to the migratory Humpback Whales when they come to Hawaiian Waters to breed and birth. Whale Season is December 15-April 15 and is always a real treat....
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dlytle
Apr 16, 2003

Green Sea Turtles in Maui

Ah, the magnificence of the green sea turtles! Like the whales, there is something ancient about them; as if they have been alive forever. In this area they congregate by the hundreds up and down the...
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dlytle
Apr 16, 2003

Makena State Park - Wilderness and Wildlife

With its seemingly endless expanse of golden sand beach and perfect bodysurfing waves, Makena State Park is a “must see” scenic wildland that includes a large, white-sand beach, and Pu'u Ola'i cinder...
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dlytle
Apr 16, 2003
 
 
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Maui's Rainbows

The Island of Maui is famous for its myriad rainbows. I was fortunate enough to see several while on my trip there. Many of them can appear to be very close as can be seen in this picture. Rainbows...
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Apr 16, 2003

Driving scenic Hana Highway

The road to Hana is without a doubt the most famous and desired drive in all of Hawaii. Our guide book compared it to driving through the garden of Eden. They were right on the money! This is the type...
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seamandrew
Apr 13, 2003

Haleakala Crater

Haleakala Crater is quite an impressive site. Not only is it huge, its vastly barren terrain makes you feel like you've landed on Mars. The color of the sediment (soil) also adds to this effect. It's...
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seamandrew
Apr 13, 2003

Haleakala Visitor Center

The Haleakala Visitor Center is worth visiting for a more in depth history of how Haleakala formed by eruption and then how the crater was formed by erosion. It's quite a fascinating story. Also,...
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seamandrew
Apr 13, 2003

Sunrise at Haleakala

Catching the sunrise at the summit of Haleakala crater has become one of Maui's top must see activities. If you catch the sunrise at the right time, you will be blown away by it majestic splendor....
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seamandrew
Apr 13, 2003

Humpback Whale watching in Maui

One of the things that you shouldn't miss when you go to Maui (or Hawaii for a matter of fact) are the whales. The North Pacific group spends their winters in the warm waters (from approximately...
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BLewJay
Apr 11, 2003

Oheo Gulch , seven Sacred Pools at Island Maui.

This gulch of the Kapahulu district carries the water from Mnt. Haeakala down to the Ocean. Along the way it forms pools where the people swim in and the water is cool and always fresh.All together...
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Waalewiener
Apr 08, 2003

Molokini Crater

As one guide book put it, "If nature hadn't made this offshore Island of Molokini, the Hawai'i Visitors Bureau would have." This aquatic wonder was created when an undersea vent, held under pressure...
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seamandrew
Apr 06, 2003

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"Aloha Nui Loa...Fondest Regards...Much Love"
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