Explore Maui’s most popular attractions and experience the special places that make The Valley Isle so unforgettable.
Maui Ocean Center
Take a journey of discovery at Maui’s state-of-the-art aquarium, rated as one of the top tourist sites in Hawaii. Popular exhibits include the green sea turtle tank and a clear underwater 54 foot walk through tunnel with up close views of sharks, manta rays and thousands of vibrant tropical fish.Learn More
Haleakala National Park
Rising 10,023 feet above sea level, Mount Haleakalā is the world’s largest dormant volcano – the last eruption was in 1790 AD. A public observatory stands on the rim of the volcano’s crater. The park offers hiking, sightseeing, horseback riding, downhill biking, and amazing sunrises and sunsets. **Reserve before you go for sunrise! As of February 1, 2017, sunrise viewing reservations are required (3:00am – 7:00am) and are only available at www.recreation.gov. The cost is $1.50 per car. You may make reservations up to 60 day in advance. Must bring a printed copy of reservation confirmation.Learn More
Iao Valley State Park
Tour the walking paths past lush vegetation and cool streams within the park. The dramatic landscape with deep ravines was the site of one of the most famous battles in Hawaiian history when King Kamehameha conquered the Maui army to unite all the Hawaiian Islands. Arrive early in the day for the best views.
Historic Lāhainā Town
Stroll historic Front Street in Lāhainā and visit the many unique souvenir shops, jewelry stores, art galleries and waterfront restaurants. Don’t miss the famous Banyon tree that takes up an entire city block and Whalers Village Museum.Learn More
Maui Tropical Plantation
This 120-acre preserve and working plantation offers visitors an entertaining crash course in Hawaiian agriculture, complete with a 40 minute guided tram ride through the fields. The nursery is a feast for the eyes, featuring hibiscus, orchid, ginger and more. Enjoy demonstrations, historic displays, a restaurant and souvenir shop.Learn More
Kula Botanical Garden
Established in 1968, this 8-acre scenic garden is Maui’s first educational native Hawaiian plant reserve and home to several varieties of tropical and semi-tropical flowers including protea, orchids and bromeliads. Enjoy panoramic views of the West Maui Mountains from this location.Learn More
Maui Arts & Cultural Center
The 12-acre, $32 million Maui Arts & Cultural Center is Hawai’i’s finest and most comprehensive visual and performing arts complex. The MACC celebrates the richness of the cultural diversity that converges on Maui with a wide variety of events, concerts, programs and exhibits.Learn More
Fairmont Kea Lani’s Concierge Team is always happy to provide additional information, insider tips or reservations and can be reached by email or phone at 1 808 875 4100 ext. 290.