Few moments in history have had more of an impact on the world than the day in 1941 when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor Hawai’i. Being a professional photographer and writer, it was exciting to see Pearl Harbor and the Arizona Memorial again some 20 years after the first time I visited.
For Maui vacationers who want to learn how to surf, there is no better option than Hawaiian Paddle Sports Private Surf Lessons. Founded on a model that allows instructors to cater exclusively to the needs and abilities of your private party, Hawaiian Paddle Sports’ surf instruction combines the two key ingredients for a great surf lesson: small class size and knowledgeable, personable instructors.
The Pride of Maui has achieved perfection when it comes to options. It’s the best vessel option for the ocean shy who prefers a sturdy and roomy ride on a smooth riding catamaran that was designed and built especially for Hawaiian waters. They also have great snorkeling, scuba and snub options.
It’s a convenient drive to the Kihei boat ramp if you’re staying in Kihei, Wailea or Makena on Maui. Zip out to Molokini on a raft to snorkel it’s amazing backwall. It’s a must-do for the bucket list!
The road to Hana is on everyone’s bucket list for Maui. It’s an incredible area of the island but when you only have a few days to experience Maui, driving it yourself isn’t the best option.