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Maui is made for long sun-soaked days of family fun. There are plenty of places to explore on land or out at sea.

Beach. Pool. Beach. Repeat.

Kids of all ages love the sand, surf and swimming pool and Wailea just happens to be home to some of the best beaches in the world. If you have little ones, pick up a beach pail at the front desk for sand castle building. If your kiddos are a little older, rent a boogie board or snorkel at the beach pavilion or check out a two-person kayak.
Tip: the earlier you hit the beach, the calmer the ocean will be. If poolside lounging is more your speed, consider renting a cabana for the day.

Maui Ocean Center

Explore Hawaii’s underwater world up close with over 60 exhibits that include coral, fish, turtles, sharks and jellies.

Submarine Tour

Yes. An actual submarine. This 46 passenger, air-conditioned, submarine dives down to 120 feet in order to show you ocean floor. (The tour’s height requirement is 36 inches.)

Maui Golf & Sports Park

Enjoy miniature golf, bumper boats, rock climbing, and x-treme trampoline.


Head up Haleakala to Surfing Goat Dairy where kids can come face-to-face with goats and parents can sample made-on-Maui goat cheese.

Zip Lining

Great for adventurous families. Many courses are keiki-friendly.

‘Īao Valley

Head to ‘Īao Valley for the afternoon. It’s packed with easy hiking trails and the creek is usually low flowing, so kids can play and get wet. Tip: Grab a picnic lunch at MAKANA Market + Cafe or stop in Wailuku town before or after.

Hosmer’s Grove

Explore short hiking on the slopes of Haleakalā within the Haleakalā National Park. Look out for Native plants and birds. A nice hike for older children and adults alike.
Contact the Pre-Arrival Concierge Team at to set up a personalized itinerary before you arrive.

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