Places to Visit on Maui – West Maui MountainsUpdated: December 22, 2020
Are you looking for places to visit on Maui? We recommend that you take a look at our West Maui Mountains Tour! This is a five to six-hour tour that is perfect for you and your family.
During our ideal West Maui Mountains private tour, we visit a variety of places. Honokolua Bay is one of our favorite hidden locations that can only be accessed by a 4×4 vehicle down a rough dirt trail. Luckily our Jeeps are made just for such an adventure.
Another unique spot for us is the historic town of Lahaina. It is the old capital of the Kingdom of Hawaii. This town is full of great restaurants, beaches, and several historical sites. Let’s look at some more tour details.
West Maui Mountains – The Best Places to Visit On Maui
Olowalu Valley is a hiking trail located on private property, here we kick off our West Maui Mountains tour. The hike is 4.0mi with a 700 ft. ascent. This is a place full of Maui history and culture.
Iao Valley is a trendy location; every tour book or guide will agree. It is easily accessible, and the facilities are excellent. With paved roads, steps, and signage that give some information about Maui’s incredible history, you can’t go wrong.
A hike through the Waihee Valley Rainforest is a must. The walk crosses private property, but don’t stress; we sort that out beforehand. Due to rapidly changing conditions in a rainforest, we urge you to do this hike with an experienced guide.
A rugged, sandy beach, the perfect place for a leisurely walk or sunbathing. The beach is not known as a great swimming spot, but surfers will flock here to access the Windmills surf.
Karen Lei’s Gallery
With art from over 100 local artists, Karen Lei’s Gallery is the place to stop when you are looking for memorabilia. Paintings, jewelry, and various other gifts can be found at this unique art and craft gallery.
Karen Lei’s Gallery is located in the Kahakuloa Village. The village is accessible via the Kahekili Highway. This isolated town has a picturesque view and various small businesses that you can visit.
To explain Nakalele Blowhole to you, it is a natural geyser with seawater trapped in an underground lava tube. The seawater is looking for a way to escape, which causes a forceful explosion of seawater.
Honokohau Bay, Honolua Bay and Lahaina Town
As we mentioned already, Honokohau Bay and Lahaina are two of our favorite places to visit on Maui. Honolua Bay is another special place where you can snorkel and dive into the clear ocean, or perhaps you can catch a wave or two on your surfboard. Or you can talk a relaxing hike to take in the breath-taking views.
It doesn’t matter how you want to spend your time visiting Maui; we have something special for everyone at Hoaloha Jeep Adventures.