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Whether you find yourself an avid adventurer ready to explore Maui’s rugged beauty, or in need of some restorative relaxation at a secluded beach, our staff coordinates activities and excursions that will lead you to some of the island’s best offerings.

Situated in the perfect spot on the island from which to access all types of excursions, Lumeria Maui’s experience coordinator can assist you in creating your dream retreat. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned professional, Lumeria Maui can connect you with the right facilitator and program to fit your needs. Participate in horseback riding, cycling, stand up paddle boarding, surfing, kayaking, whale watching, deep sea fishing, snorkeling, golf, and so much more.

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Surfing, Windsurfing & Paddle Boarding

Maui’s most famous surf spot is Peahi (for big wave surfing).
For first time surfers, Maui offers lessons at far-less intimidating beaches such as Kaanapali, Lahaina, and Kihei. Another option for a first-timer is stand-up paddle boarding, which has become very popular in Hawaii. In addition, windsurfing is a popular activity, especially at Hookipa Beach. Most companies offer private, semi-private, as well as group lessons.

Kayaking & Canoeing

Prime kayaking locations include Kapalua, Olowalu or Makena, which provide varied coastlines with many bays, inlets, caves and outcroppings to explore. Expert guides take guests on guided tours, while sharing information about Maui’s history, culture, and marine life, all while seeing Maui from a unique offshore perspective. The endangered green sea turtle is a must-sea when on a kayak or canoeing trip.

Scuba & Snorkeling

Maui has about 120 miles of coastline and over 30 miles of beaches making snorkeling a perfect activity for the family. Scuba tours provide beginner and advanced guided adventures. In addition, snorkeling is a great activity for the whole family, and does not require a certification. Most dive sites have excellent snorkeling as well, with visibility up around 100 feet and the opportunity to see the magnificent Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle.

Hiking & Camping

From rainforests, to waterfalls and volcanoes, Maui offers a wide variety of scenic hikes and camping tours. Hike Maui has about 18 experienced guides that will provide an informative, safe, and entertaining experience. The excursions are categorized as easy or moderate and range in length from 3-4 hours to 11 hours. Hike Maui has a park-and-ride meet location in Kahului, less than 12 miles from Lumeria.

Whale Watching

Maui’s shallow, warm waters provide the perfect mating environment for humpback whales. Maui’s south and west shores are some of the most populated waters in the world for this species of whale. Of the approximately 7,000 to 8,000 humpback whales surviving today, about 3,000 spend their winters in Maui’s waters.

ATV & Waterslide Adventure

Kahoma Ranch in Lahaina, Maui, offers four tours daily including a combo ATV and waterslide adventure. The ranch has three “wet ‘n wild” water slides, providing fun for all ages and a suitable activity for the whole family.

Zipline Adventures

The #1 Zipline Tour in Hawaii as voted by Hawaii Magazine’s Best of the Best Reader’s Choice Awards 2015. Eight incredible ziplines allow guests to enjoy panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and Maui’s offshore islands.

Helicopter Tours

Blue Hawaiian offers six different helicopter tours around Maui. Take a tour on the Airbus EX130 “Eco-Star”, the world’s newest and most expensive helicopter model. This model is available in a 7-seat configuration to accommodate families.

Organic Farming

Richard Clark is the farm manager at O’o Farm, which is an 8-acre property that is sustainably maintained and biodynamically cultivated. This farm provides fresh local ingredients for Pacific’O restaurant in Lahaina. Guests visiting this farm can gain insight and learn about Maui’s farm-to-table concept.