Posted on Jun 14, 2012


Maui is a treasure chest of natures gifts. With her abundance of wind and waves this island offers a spectacular array of water sports to do from windsurfing, kitesurfing, paddle boarding, surfing, body boarding, kayaking, diving to snorkeling tours in calm seas. For something different, there’s still even more activities to try such as waterfall treks, zip lines, deep sea fishing, exploring caves and lava tubes, swimming with dolphins, hula, horseback riding, farmers markets. canoe races, whale watching, fine dinning, sunset strolls and even star gazing on top of Mt. Haleakala. The list really does go on! Check out a 101 things to do on Maui!


There is a reason Maui is called the Mecca of windsurfing. People pilgrimage here daily from all around the world to pay homage to the winds and seas of Hawaii. A place for beginners and intermediate sailor to learn and advance their skills in warm waters year round. It’s also the home of Ho’okipa, where professionals come to fine tune their windsurfing acrobatics! Most sailing spots around the world have their epic days…. But there is no place I’ve ever been that brings the winds and waves to your doorstep almost every day. Maui has got to be the best place on earth for windsurfers to improve, improve, improve.