Visit the Beaches: Maui is famous for its beautiful beaches, so be sure to visit some of the most popular ones

Learn to Surf: Maui is a great place to learn how to surf, with many surf schools and instructors available

Go Snorkeling: Maui has some of the best snorkeling spots in Hawaii. Visit Molokini Crater or Honolua Bay

Take a Road Trip: Drive the Road to Hana, a scenic drive along the coast with breathtaking views of waterfalls

Visit the Iao Valley State Park: The park is home to the famous Iao Needle, a 1,200-foot-tall peak 

Watch a Sunrise: Haleakala National Park is home to one of the most spectacular sunrises in the world.

Go Whale Watching: From December to April, Maui is a prime location for whale watching.

Take a Helicopter Tour: See Maui from above with a helicopter tour that offers stunning views of the island's natural beauty

Attend a Luau: Experience the Hawaiian culture with a traditional luau, featuring hula dancing

Visit the Maui Ocean Center: The center is home to a variety of marine life, including sharks, rays, turtles, and more.

Go Ziplining: Take an exhilarating zipline tour and soar over the treetops and valleys of Maui.