Nothing says romance like Hawaii.
Stroll on the beach at sunset, swim under a waterfall, snorkel hand-in-hand, get married or renew your vows! It’s no surprise travelers have named Maui the “Best Island” for the last 17 years
in Conde Nast Reader’s Choice Awards. Its laidback spirit and spectacular scenery – not to mention its incredible hospitality – make this island a premier romantic destination. For couples seeking
a relaxing vacation mixed with a taste of adventure, Maui is the perfect choice. Whether you’re headed to the island for your honeymoon, anniversary, or a romantic getaway for two, we’ve compiled some of
the best couples' activities in Maui for you to enjoy.
Maui is blessed with an infinite number of stunning land and seascapes. The island boasts dry and sunny and wet and lush regions, including the rich vegetation
along the road to Hana. The Hana Highway is a popular tourist attraction in Maui and you can take a ground tour or hike the Hana Rainforest. If you want a real adventure,
grab seats on a helicopter flight! Exploring Maui’s remote landscape from the air is an experience like no
other. Breathtaking sea cliffs, cascading waterfalls and fantastic views of Paia, Hookipa, Haiku as well as the iconic Jurassic Rock are even more incredible when viewed from the sky.
Mai Tais and Leis
Everyone must attend a luau at least once in their lifetime and Maui has a variety to choose from. Most people think of hula dancers and great food when they hear the word luau, but these feasts offer so much
more. Explore Hawaiian culture, enjoy traditional foods and sway to the melodic sounds of chanting and ancient drumming. Storytelling and fire dance performances add to this wonderful, festive and romantic evening.
Sunsets & Vistas
Every beach in Kihei offers prime sunset-watching opportunities, but head to hidden Keawakapu on the border of Kihei and Wailea for a crowd-free view. For a unique, awe-inspiring
sunset view of the same location, try a three-island helicopter tour that passes over Pailolo Channel’s pristine waters
on the way to Molokai. Take in the ancient fish ponds, iconic Elephant Rock and then head over to the tiny island of Lanai and view its spectacular panoramas. Then it’s back to Kihei and Wailea as the sun sets on another unforgettable Maui day.
Want to escape the hustle and bustle for a bit? Head to Molokai, the Friendly Isle, where you can experience Hawaii as it was 50 years ago. There are beaches, golfing, snorkeling, fishing expeditions, scuba
diving and ocean kayak trips. But what there are not are crowds. The island is so laid-back, that it doesn’t have a traffic light! You can also explore the
beauty of Molokai from a helicopter tour that includes views of the world’s largest sea cliffs and tallest waterfalls, including Kahiwa Falls.
Learn More About the Best Couples' Activities in Maui
The locals of Hawaii say "Maui No Ka Oi," which translates to "Maui is the Best." Once you’ve been here, you’ll understand why it’s a great location for couples to bond while exploring all the island has to offer. If you’d like to learn more about some of the best couple’s activities in Maui, contact us today.