The museum offers a comprehensive look at the sugar industry through photos, artifacts, working models and interactive displays.
Nestled along the edge of Haleakala ("House of the Sun") is Maui's only lavender farm.
The Gold Course at Wailea makes a great first impression with memorable views of the ocean and the Molokini islet.
Walk the salt and pepper sands of this beach.
Go horseback riding on mountain slopes and witness spectacular views of the Island.
Maui's largest all-dual zipline on the longest and tallest suspension bridge in the state.
For starters, it's named after Hawaii's greatest king and is Maui's only private 18-hole golf club.
Easily Maui's most spectacular white-sand location, Makena Beach boasts deep-blue, crystal-clear water and views of the nearby islands of Molokini and Kahoolawe.
This 3-acre marine park, known as "The Hawaiian Aquarium," is the largest tropical reef aquarium in the West.
Certified and non-certified scuba divers alike can explore the sea through these ocean dives.
Tour the plantation grounds or see it from above while zip-lining.
Visit Maui's first commercial winery developed on volcanic land among historic buildings.
It's Maui's original organic farm and continues to be family owned and operated.
The farm is a partnership with two Maui restaurants providing farm-to-table meals.
These eco-friendly cruises include snorkeling and full moon adventures.