55 of The Very Best Things to Do on Maui

Maui Things to Do

Let me start by saying, I love Maui. Like, really love it. I’ve lived on Maui since 2010 and have had the great fortune of experiencing so many fun things around the island over the years. When I first moved to Maui, I worked in the activity sales business and we were invited to enjoy all of the fun island activities like the Molokini snorkel cruises, luaus, helicopter tours, ziplines, literally everything, for free.  

I was in that business for around 8 years before getting into real estate and during that time I probably went to 20 luaus, flew with each helicopter company at least 3 times, biked the volcano 10 times, well, you get the point, I really enjoyed doing all of the activities. Over the last…

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Where to Go and What To Do in Haiku Maui

Things to Do in Haiku

Located near Maui's North Shore, Haiku is a small rural community close to Pauwela that offers gorgeous scenery and a relaxed vibe. Haiku town is only two miles from the Northshore and Paia, and it is brimming with unique experiences in the town and surrounding areas. With a small population of around 9,000 people, you'll discover that Haiku is a laid back place with vibrant beauty.

Haiku is also along the famous Road to Hana that runs for almost 65 miles from Kahului to Hana along the coastline, and it is well-suited for either a sightseeing day trip or a more robust, multi-day journey. With many things to do in Haiku, plan to spend time enjoying all that the town and surrounding areas offer.

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A Ban on Short Term Rentals on Maui Won’t Solve The Affordable Housing Crisis

Short Term Rental Ban Maui

Update: July 9th, 2024 - The Maui County Planning Department heard public testimony on June 25th, 2024  from hundreds of opponents and proponents of the proposed apartment zoned short term rental condo ban on Maui. Due to the overwhelming amount of testimony the commission needs to hear, the commission decided to reconvene on July 9th, however, they had to postpone the meeting to July 23rd.

They orignally broke the meeting up into two parts to give them more time to review written testimony, before deciding to proceed in one of three ways:  Accept the draft proposal as is and recommend the council adopt, suggest edits to the draft and recommend the council adopt, or…

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