Discover the best of Maui by experiencing its natural beauty with memorable island and ocean adventures.
King’s Trail Excursion
Every Tuesday and Thursday, 6:30am – 10:30am – Immerse yourself in Maui. Embark on a journey along the ancient Hoapili, also known as the King’s Trail, designed in the sixteenth century to unify Maui’s 12 moku (districts). Led by the resort’s Energy Ambassador, the guided excursion will leave you feeling inspired and rejuvenated. Please call Willow Stream Spa at 808.875.2229 for details and reservations. Fees apply.
Whale Watching Tours
From December to April, Maui is your gateway to some of the best whale watching in the world. Expert guides take you to the best spots to observe whales in their natural habitat. Cruises and whale tours depart from Mā’alaea and Lāhainā Harbor.
Snorkeling at Molokini Crater
Molokini is a partially submerged volcanic caldera. The crater is a marine preserve where fish and coral are protected, making it feel like you’re swimming in a fishbowl with stellar visibility. If you are certified to dive, the backside of Molokini is also a popular diving spot.
Rise early, bundle up and enjoy the most memorable sunrise of your life atop Haleakalā. The name Haleakalā means “House of the Sun” in Hawaiian. The color of the sky and clouds before daybreak is stunning. **Sunrise viewing reservations are required and are only available at www.recreation.gov.Learn More
Ho’okipa Beach Park
Visit Ho’okipa on Maui’s north shore for a fantastic hill top view of the island’s best windsurfers and surfers. A mecca for surfers since the 1930s and the “home of contemporary surfing”. The Maui Sports Foundation sponsors a number of events each year. Located at Mile #9 on Hana Highway.
The Road to Hana
Explore the north and east coastline of the island with a road trip to remember! The route itself is an adventure, with many incredible stops on the way to Hana. You’re in for a treat with hiking trails, bamboo forests, beaches and waterfalls to discover. Heading to our rainforest is a different experience that everyone should try!
Oheo Gulch (Seven Sacred Pools)
A popular destination for visitors and locals alike. Swim in seven different fresh-water pools that cascade into each other, jump off the rocks, or just bask in the sun. The perfect way to cool off and a great way to end your Hana road trip.
Fairmont Kea Lani’s Concierge Team is always happy to provide additional information, insider tips or reservations and can be reached by email of phone at 1 808 875 4100 ext. 290.