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5-Day short break on MAUI


Maui may be the second largest Hawaiian island, but this carefully crafted itinerary covers some of its finest natural and heritage in just five days. Also known as The Valley Isle, because of the lush landscape between its two volcanoes, Maui is one of the most spectacular Hawaiian islands. Hike or bike at Haleakalā National Park, kayak along Maui’s best beaches, explore the island’s waterfalls and rainforest trails and then collapse at a luxurious 5-star accommodation of your choice.

Responsible tourism in Hawaii is at the heart of everything we do. For that reason, each Hawaii adventure supports important leaders in conservation, cultural heritage, or social responsibility, for meaningful contributions to the islands. This trip impacts multiple organizations.

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Arrival, Check-in and Chill

Guests will be met at Kahului Airport and transferred to their chosen luxury accommodation. Enjoy the rest of their first day finding their (bare)feet on Maui and adjusting to the pace of life on this island idyll.

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Hiking in Haleakalā National Park

We recommend an early start for your clients to experience a genuine Maui welcome, watching the sunrise at the sacred and spectacular Haleakalā National Park. Their driver-guide will lead them to the best viewing spot, and after the sunrise and some coffee to toast a great start to their vacation, a naturalist will take them on a hike along one of the park’s many trails. These trails include Waimoku and Makahiku Falls, the bamboo forest, or up to Kuloa Point for breathtaking ocean views. We also recommend a trail where they can hike up and then cycle down the crater. However, we offer a variety of options depending on their interests and abilities.


Ocean kayaking in Maui with expert guides

Guests can spend their morning kayaking along Olowalu or Makena Beach, both renowned as the best beaches on Maui. Here, they will paddle through crystalline waters with clear views of the coral reef below and enjoy the idyllic inland view of the West Maui mountains. Accompanied by an expert Hawaiian sea kayaking guide, we can also arrange for a marine naturalist to join, providing a more in-depth knowledge of Hawaii’s marine wildlife and seascapes. During whale watching season, between November and May, clients may even spot humpback whales in the distance.

In the afternoon, their driver-guide will take them inland to visit Hawaii’s only butterfly farm, which specializes in breeding and is a certified monarch waystation. This unique experience allows visitors to walk among, and delight in, these species that are in much need of protection.

Today’s activities contribute to one of our sustainable tourism partners, Malama Na Honu, which funds Hawaii sea turtle conservation and an “adoption” of a hatchling for you.

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Maui’s rainforest walks and waterfalls

This is considered one of the best activities on Maui, where a guide leads your clients to some of the island’s most flora and fauna-rich rainforest regions. We highly recommend that a naturalist accompany them on this Maui rainforest tour. With seventeen climate zones on one small island, there are layers and layers of tropical canopy to explore. A botany lesson on Maui always ends with a splash, with natural pools and waterfalls being a common feature. This is the Hawaiian dream your clients have been waiting for.

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Encourage your clients to visit one of Maui’s best beaches for a final farewell, or simply enjoy an oceanside brunch raising a glass to their next return to Hawaii.

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