The humpback whales return to Hawaii for a few months every year to mate and give birth, so Malolo takes you out to see them from December 15th – April 15th. These animals are spectacular! Just the fact that they exist at all, and they are so much bigger than anything you usually encounter is an amazing thing.
The Forbidden Coast tour would leave even Jacques Cousteau smiling from ear to ear. Hold on as you zoom across the water to the remote Kanaio Coastline, where you will view Maui’s most recent lava flow along with a number of enchanting caves, lava arches and grottoes.
Check in at Maalaea Harbor and cruise on out to snorkel Molokini Crater or Coral Gardens, depending on the weather, for your chance to see a variety of marine life.
A sunset bottom fishing trip is a great opportunity for you to reel one in while on Maui! Feel free to keep your catch on this family fun fishing adventures. No license or experience required, and all the gear is provided.
If you’re short on time, this two-hour adventure package is just what you need. In fifteen minutes, high powered rafts will speed you to Molokini where your will still have over an hour in the water!
Molokini Crater, considered by many to be one of the best snorkel locations in the world, offers you the opportunity to see a variety of tropical fish, sea turtles, and possibly dolphins and whales. This adventure will be one to remember.
Okay, you're in Maui, and it's whale season. What do you do? Go on one of the amazing Maui humpback whale watching tours, of course! (Did you think the whales would come to you? Even if your hotel does have really high ceilings, I'm sorry, but I'm not sure any amount of coaxing would bring an adult humpback into the bar for shrimp cocktail; they can grow up to fifty feet long!)