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Things to do on Maui

Maui is home to heritage sites, beautiful beaches, natural wonders, and historic towns. Maui’s rich history provides an amazing backdrop in exploring the island. Enjoy your Hawaiian vacation and come visit some of the most popular Maui landmarks with guided tours or on your own.

Maui may be best known for the “Road to Hana,” an incredible road with over 600+ curves and more than 50 one-lane bridges all leading to the historic town of Hana. However, Maui also includes must-see parks and local attractions that have been visited by tourists for generations.

From parks, waterfalls, great restaurants, outdoor activities, sightseeing tours, and more, SpeediShuttle is a great way to explore all the top landmarks around Maui.

Historic Hana Town

Hana is sometimes called “Real Old Hawaii,” because it has managed to remain relatively unchanged throughout the years. The community has fought hard to keep Hana pristine. You can practically sense the aloha tradition in the air. “Road to Hana” tours are a great way to get to and see this charming town in East Maui.

Kaanapali Beach

Once called America’s Best Beach, Kaanapali was is also the former retreat for the royal family of Maui. Kaanapali was Hawaii’s first planned resort and the beach is best known for daily cliff diving ceremonies off the northernmost cliffs known as Puu Kekaa, or Black Rock. Black Rock a fantastic place for snorkeling,

Puohokamoa Falls

The Puohokomoa Falls are considered to be one of the most accessible waterfalls in Maui. The Puohokamoa Falls are actually two impressive waterfalls: the Upper Puohokamoa & Lower Puohokamoa Falls. That’s two hundred feet of cascading waters: truly a sight to behold. There is also sheltered spot that families can use for picnics or resting while visiting.

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Let us show you our paradise on a guided tour of Maui! We offer a much more intimate experience for travelers aboard smaller vehicles with local guides showcasing the wonders of the land and people of Hawai’i nei.