Discovering Maui: Things To See And Do

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Discovering Maui: Things To See And Do

The great thing about Maui when it comes to a road trip is the wide variety of activities and sites to experience. There are so many things to do on this beautiful island that it may be tough to fit it all in. If you have made the exciting choice to pick up an RV rental and hit the road in Maui, you can first of all be assured that you are in for an amazing experience full of breathtaking sights and thrilling activities. Everyone has different tastes when it comes to travel, but if you are planning a Maui journey then you should definitely keep these spots and activities on your list.

 The Road To Hana

If you really want to get an idea of the sheer beauty of this land then all you need to do is drive the legendary Road To Hana. This road takes in the coastline and offers panoramic water views on one side and lush tropical forests on the other. The highway moves through areas of dense rainforest and past cascading waterfalls, offering a truly breathtaking drive that you won’t soon forget. They call it the Road To Hana since it twists and turns from Kahului to Hana. No trip to Maui is complete without taking this drive, so be sure to have this on your list for your road trip.

Kaanapali Beach

Of course no road trip through Maui will be complete without parking your RV rental next to one of their world-famous beaches, and it just doesn’t get any better than at Kaanapali Beach. This golden strip stretches across three scenic miles of fantastic coastline and is known as one of the top beaches in the world. Here you will see local surfers hitting the world-class waves as well as dozens of locals and tourists enjoying a perfect beach day. The first thing you will want to do is join them, so by all means do so.

Haleakala National Park

Each year over a million individuals visit this unbelievable terrain, and upon setting foot at Haleakala it will be very easy to see why. This world-famous national park is home to the largest dormant volcano anywhere in the world, plus more than 30,000 scenic acres. The summit stands at almost 10,000 feet and can be seen from all other points of the island. It would be highly recommended to check out the summit in the morning, because the sunrise will be one of the most spectacular things you will ever witness. It can truly be said that there is no other place on Earth quite like Haleakala, so you will definitely want to experience this when you’re moving through Maui.

Napili Beach

This is one of the most unique beaches in all of Maui, which is impressive when you consider the wide range of amazing beaches on this island. This crescent-shaped beach features golden sands and expansive skies, plus blue waters and waves as far as the eye can see. Unlike many of the beaches on Maui, you don’t have the harsh currents and undercurrents here. These warm waters are perfect for swimming, paddle boarding and boogie boarding. The atmosphere is known to be laid back and peaceful, so you can enjoy a nice quiet beach day on a truly unique stretch of coastline.

Hookipa Beach

Maui is known for its surfer’s hamlets, and if you want to experience a good one then Hookipa is the one to check out. Whether you’re an experienced surfer and wish to hit the waves yourself or just to watch some world-class surfers do their thing, you will have plenty of opportunity here. This stretch of coast isn’t only for surfers however. There is also world class snorkeling and diving to be had here. If you instead just want to experience a perfect beach day and soak up some rays, then you can hit the Wailea side of the beach where the waters are calmer and the beach full of multi-colored sands and sunbathers. This is the perfect combination of Maui beach styles, with each side in walking distance.

Waianapanape State Park

This unique park offers an extremely rare sight that draws in many visitors each year. Due to volcano eruptions from long ago, the beach here is made up of volcanic sediment that makes it look like black sand. This black beach is even more surreal when set against the crashing blue waves and the lush green jungles. You just won’t witness anything like this anywhere else other than here in Maui.

Maui is a road trippers dream due to the unique beaches, scenic drives, and unbelievable parks. If you plan on taking an RV rental journey across this great island, then make sure to keep these terrific spots on your schedule.

Isabella Ethan

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