One-of-a-Kind Maui Experiences
When you’re in paradise, it’s time to pāʻani (play). Snorkel past tropical fish in the clear turquoise water, take a sunset sail, hike the crater or get a massage in an open air cabana. Connect to the ‘aina (land), people, culture and history of the Hawaiian Islands. Do as much or as little as you please to create your perfect Maui vacation experience.
Embark on an ocean adventure with a standup paddleboard or frolic on the golden sands of Polo Beach. Swim, surf, ride, hike, play and explore — from mauka to makai (mountainside to oceanside), there are endless possibilities for fun under the Maui sun.
Gather the whole family for an unforgettable vacation at Hawaiʻi’s only all-suite and villa luxury resort. With spacious accommodations, a spectacular oceanfront location and distinctive cultural activities, Fairmont Kea Lani is the perfect resort for your Maui family vacation.
Tropical, lush, private and exclusive, with sunny skies and warm waters. Our oceanfront resort is the perfect spot for your Maui honeymoon. We’ll tailor it for the two of you, making it incredible, romantic and personal.
Add retail therapy to your vacation agenda and bring a little bit of Hawai’i home with you.
Fairmont Kea Lani
This luxury all-suite and villa resort is just a short drive from top attractions, such as renowned beaches, Haleakalā National Park and much more.
On a fragrant mountainside overlooking ocean and mountains, Ali’i Kula Lavender Farm is a sanctuary of serenity. Stroll the 13.5 acres, sniff 25 varieties of the purple bloom, take a 30 to 45-minute walking or cart tour, and enjoy a picnic in the fresh air. And of course, take home some farmstead lotion, soap or shaving gel. To make advance tour reservations, call 808 878 3004.Driving Distance: 49 minutes
Learn about Hawaiian culture and enjoy a spectacular, high-energy evening of traditional Polynesian dance, music, cuisine, history, legends and demonstrations.Driving Distance: 44 minutes
Once a mid-1800s whalers’ village, modern-day Lāhainā is a relaxed, sunny oceanfront West Maui hub with a fun surf town ambiance.Driving Distance: 43 minutes
This friendly Maui spot offers creative wood-fire pizzas with Maui pineapple and kalua pork, plus organic salads.Driving Distance: 34 minutes
This friendly Maui spot offers creative wood-fire pizzas with Maui pineapple and kalua pork, plus organic salads.Driving Distance: 30 minutes
This small former 1870s plantation village is authentic and funky. It’s filled with windsurfers, but also with a growing element of design, wellness and food-minded local entrepreneursDriving Distance: 32 minutes
Hike the four-mile round trip of this beautiful trail on the southeast side of Haleakalā National Park to take in a spectacular view of the 400-foot Waimoku Falls.
Picnic on the black sand beach of this remote stretch of coastline that offers camping, fishing, hiking and seabird-watching.
If you want to see Hawaiian talents live on stage, take in a concert or ballet, it’s got to be this place — Hawaiʻi’s best and most comprehensive visual and performing arts complex.Driving Distance: 29 minutes
Take a 40-minute guided tram ride right through the fields to get an overview of Hawaiian agriculture at this 120-acre working plantation and preserve.Driving Distance: 25 minutes
Hawaiian history permeates this colorful town — an interesting mix of the young and old, with its cute wooden storefronts, longtime mom ‘n pop stores, stylish cafes and coffee houses, classic tropical scenery and backdrop of the dramatic ʻĪao Valley.Driving Distance: 30 minutes
Views are unparalleled of both the North and South Shores, along with towering Haleakalā, from Maui’s longest zipline. Choose from eight ziplines over 2.5 miles at this canopy adventure covering The Valley Isle’s West Maui mountains: from a 250-foot ride to a whopping 3,600 feet.Driving Distance: 25 minutes
See Maui’s famous landmark, the ‘Iao Needle, at this lush 4,000-acre park and historic site, just went of Wailuku.Driving Distance: 35 minutes
Located in Upcountry Maui, this breathtaking eight-acre farm offers specialty tours that include gourmet meals made from fresh, natural products.Driving Distance: 45 minutes
This covered market is well-known for its fresh local fruits and vegetables, including pick-your-own strawberries, and flowers, preserves and baked goods.Driving Distance: 43 minutes
This organic farm and vodka distillery with a focus on sustainability offers tours, tastings and a casual open-air cafe on the slopes of Haleakalā.Driving Distance: 32 minutes
This Maui craft distillery offers vodkas, rums, whiskeys and gins made from local Hawaiʻi ingredients.Driving Distance: 33 minutes
Taste the estate-grown wines, including sparking, pineapple and raspberry dessert offerings, at this scenic vineyard in Kula, Maui.Driving Distance: 58 minutes
Hundreds of colorful, exotic blooms, plants, shrubs and trees are on display at the bucolic botanical garden in Kula created by a local landscape architect and still family run.Driving Distance: 45 minutes
On a fragrant mountainside overlooking ocean and mountains, Ali’i Kula Lavender Farm is a sanctuary of serenity. Stroll the 13.5 acres, sniff 25 varieties of the purple bloom, take a 30 to 45-minute walking or cart tour, and enjoy a picnic in the fresh air.
This former plantation town is artsy, so make time to peruse the galleries, clothing stores, boutiques and artist studios.Driving Distance: 36 minutes
At 10,023-feet, Haleakalā (“House of the Sun”) volcano houses one of the planet’s largest dormant craters. Hike, bike or horseback-ride the Mars-like red landscape looking out for endangered flora and fauna.Driving Distance: 60 minutes
Visit this Maui shopping mall for brand-name shopping, dining, entertainment and special events.Driving Distance: 48 minutes
If you’ve got serious shopping on the agenda, spend the afternoon in Kahului at Maui’s largest mall. This shopping and entertainment destination has the island’s only department stores, Sears and Macy’s, and 100-plus other retailers and dining venues. Shop trendy island fashions and national brand names such as American Eagle Outfitters, Victoria’s Secret, Claire’s and Vans.Driving Distance: 29 minutes
Experience the inventive craft beer and brewery-to-table dining of Hawaiʻi’s largest craft brewery.Driving Distance: 29 minutes
Enjoy ice-cold beer and delicious meals at this family-friendly gathering spot for foodies and beer lovers.Driving Distance: 2 minutes
Head to this casual restaurant for delicious Greek and Italian cuisine featuring fresh ingredients from Maui’s farms and waters.Driving Distance: 5 minutes
Play 18 holes at both Golf Magazine and Golf Digest’s pick for the country’s best courses. Choose from three celebrated championship courses, famed for their gorgeous tropical island scenery, with the Pacific’s top outdoor training facility and two full-service pro shops. This is Hawai‘i’s largest and most acclaimed golf facility — and it’s just minutes from the Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui resort.Driving Distance: 2 minutes
This family-owned Maui restaurant offers fresh, local food for lunch and dinner, including a fresh sushi bar.Driving Distance: 9 minutes
This Italian restaurant offers authentic Italian cuisine from award-winning Chef Matteo Mistura, named Maui’s Best Chef 2016.Driving Distance: 5 minutes
Enjoy fresh seafood and island ingredients at this island escape restaurant in Wailea. Reservations are recommended, but walk-ins are welcome.Driving Distance: 2 minutes
A Hawaiian classic, this 18-hole course combines outstanding golf with impressive views of the ocean, islands and the Mt. Haleakalā volcano.Driving Distance: 2 minutes
This scenic par-72 course has ocean views from every hole and is considered one of America’s most female-friendly courses.Driving Distance: 2 minutes
Work on your game at this award-winning tennis club with 11 courts, premier facilities and a full-service pro shop.Driving Distance: 4 minutes
Snorkel the clear-blue sheltered waters around this striking partially submerged volcanic caldera — a marine preserve teeming with coral and thousands of fish and sea creatures found nowhere else — that resulted from an eruption 230,000 years ago. Ancient Hawaiians fished here and you’ll feel as if you’re inside an aquarium. Swim with green sea turtles or scuba dive along the sheer back wall plunging 300 feet down.Driving Distance: 7 minutes
Hit the amusement park with the kids — or just kids at heart — for an afternoon of old-fashioned fun and games. There are tropical island bumper boats, two 18-hole miniature golf courses, a 25-foot climbing wall and bungee trampoline.Driving Distance: 22 minutes
Just south of Wailea, Keoneʻōʻio Bay, or La Perouse Bay, in Ahihi Kinau Natural Area Reserve is a must for snorkeling. Explore the little coves and tide pools in the turquoise water along the sheltered rocky northern end shore, and look for spinner dolphins and wild goats. Few visit this beautiful historic area, dubbed Maui’s Forbidden Coast, named after the French naval officer/explorer who landed here in 1786. The Haleakalā volcano erupted here in 1790; see the archaeological ruins and monument to the Hawaiian villagers who perished on the black-lava shore.Driving Distance: 17 minutes