Category: 'Activities | West Maui' by rating
Last updated 29. Apr, 2013 by Mark.
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Rated #1 Molokini Snorkel Boat
In a nutshell: These guys really know how to sail!
Minuses: Food is a lower priority than beer. (Maybe that’s a plus?!?”)
Sound-bite: “They raised the sails quickly and we were soon traveling at 20 knots!”
They do a lot of real sailing, which sets them above the competition who mostly rely on motors to get around.
Maalaea & Lahaina Harbors
$50 - $150
Last updated 19. Jul, 2013 by Mark.
In a nutshell: Highly personalized touring, hiking and adventures.
Minuses: High quality isn’t ever cheap.
Sound-bite: “We all felt like we had done something truly amazing, adventurous and memorable.”
Awapuhi Adventures is a small one-woman operation, and let me be the first to tell you that one woman is precisely who makes it so spectacular. Alicia (owner and guide) is a well versed naturalist and has such a passion for the island that is is infectious. Alicia also takes the time to understand your abilities, needs and desires before she designs the perfect adventure for you. Since this is such a…Continue Reading
Personalized private guided hiking tours.
Depends on party size.
Last updated 14. Jul, 2011 by Mark.
This is a great option for a mellow trip. Luckey takes a completely different angle than our #1 rated (and aptly named) Die Hard Sportishing – these guys specialize in a more casual (and also upscale on the Real Luckey) trip. They’re all about fun first, and welcome both newcomers and experienced fishermen. Great option for families. The owners Tad and Cindy are wonderful folks – they’ve been doing this here for over 35 years, so they’re not recent transplants still figuring out how to fish in Hawaii.
Last updated 30. Nov, 2009 by Mark.[rating:90/100]
Flying on a tethered parachute at 600-1200 feet up-and-out behind a speedboat.
On Ka'anapali Beach - look for green umbrellas in front of Whalers Village (Leilani's), Ka'anapali