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Pearl Harbor Tickets and Tours from Maui

Pearl Harbor is a Must See Attraction to Enhance Your Maui Vacation

USS Arizona Memorial departing Maui

$299
Duration: 5 Hours (Approx.)

Back at Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, the museum houses the Road to War.

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Battleships of WWII departing Maui

$349
Duration: 11 Hours (Approx.)

Visit the two main historical sites: Arizona Memorial and the Battleship Missouri

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USS Arizona Memorial & Circle Island Tour departing Maui

$369
Duration: 15 Hours (Approx.)

Visit the USS Arizona and take a tour around the beautiful island of Oahu

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The Complete Pearl Harbor Experience departing Maui

$379
Duration: 16 Hours (Approx.)

Visit The Arizona Memorial, Battleship Missouri, Bowfin Submarine & Aviation Museum

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Remember Pearl Harbor departing Maui

$379
Duration: 16 Hours (Approx.)

The Remember Pearl Harbor Tour features three of the four historical sites

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USS Arizona Memorial & North Shore departing Maui

$399
Duration: 8 Hours (Approx.)

Visit the USS Arizona Memorial and continue your tour through Oahu’s famous North Shore

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Tickets For USS Arizona + Flea Market departing Maui

$399
Duration: 16 Hours (Approx.)

Experience USS Arizona Memorial and Aloha Stadium Flea Market

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The USS Arizona Memorial + Polynesian Cultural Center departing Maui

$399
Duration: 8 Hours (Approx)

Relive “The Day of Infamy” at Pearl Harbor and then experience the exciting music, dance, and people of the Pacific island nations.

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Pearl Harbor + Honolulu Historic City Tour departing Maui

$399
Duration: 8 Hours (Approx)

Start your day at the USS Arizona Memorial and tour around Honolulu’s historic sites

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One Day Hawaii Volcano Eco Adventure Tour From Maui

$399
Duration: 8 Hours (Approx)

Visit Hawaii Big Island on a one-day adventure to experience the might of Kilauea and the natural wonders of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.

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Exploring Maui

Language: English
Currency: Dollar ($)
Dialing Code: +1 (area code is 808)
Time Zone: Hawaiian Standard Time (HST)

Maui State Of Mind

From the glorious sunrise atop 10,000-foot high Haleakala, to the humpback whales breaching offshore, and the breathtaking turns along the Road to Hana, Maui is simply spectacular. The Valley Isle offers incredible beaches, world-class resorts, and magnificent mountains, valleys, and waterfalls. Legendary Lahaina, a former whaling port, is bursting with history, boutique shopping, art galleries, stellar dining, and whale watching adventures December through May. Book a snorkeling tour to Molokini, a partially sunken volcanic crater that forms an islet off Maui’s south shore and offers vibrant marine life. Head to Upcountry Maui, on the slopes of Haleakala, to explore the island’s rich paniolo (cowboy) and plantation heritage, thriving farms and wineries, and the small towns of Makawao and Kula. Book a helicopter tour to view the dramatic valleys, peaks, and cascading waterfalls of the West Maui mountains. When you’re looking for an island to recharge and relax, Maui is the place.

Getting Around

A rental car is the best way to travel around Maui especially if you’re traveling between South Maui and West Maui or exploring Upcountry Maui. On the other hand, if you’re just going out for the evening right within the Wailea resort community, you can probably walk or hire a taxi. If you’re in Kaanapali, the resorts can provide shuttles or call a taxi if you’re spending the evening in Lahaina. While Maui does have a bus system, it is not that convenient for travelers. Tour companies provide an alternate solution for larger groups requiring more than one car. Booking a tour company with a driver and a guide is an exceptional way to see Maui and learn more than you ever could on your own. Our Road to Hana Eco-Adventure is the perfect way to travel this enchanting route to one of Maui’s most magical spots. Experience lush tropical rainforests, waterfalls, and beaches along this 52-mile route featuring 620 curves and 59 bridges while our guide shares tales of Hawaiian culture and natural history.

Food and Maui Tours and Activities

Bring your appetite because you’re going to find lots of “onolicious” (delicious) food on Maui. Local chefs are inspired by the local bounty of Maui’s farms, ranches, and seas. Hawaii Regional Cuisine pioneers and the newest generation of inventive chefs are cooking up fantastic dishes at fine dining establishments, relaxed eateries, and resort restaurants in Wailea, Kapalua, and Kaanapali. In Lahaina, you’ll find loads of delicious, diverse dining choices as well as one of Maui’s most beloved luaus. Paia on the North Shore of Maui is filled with local shops, cafes, and restaurants. Drive to Upcountry Maui and tour the farms, wineries, rum and vodka distilleries, and breweries. While you’re exploring the slopes of Haleakala, visit farmers’ markets and eat at local restaurants in Kula and Makawao. Maui also hosts prestigious wine and food festivals.

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The Road to Hana, Maui

On the remote eastern coast of Maui is the peaceful, unspoiled paradise of Hana. The Road to Hana is one of the world’s most enchanting and awe-inspiring drives along a 52-mile highway featuring 620 curves, 59 bridges, and spellbinding vistas. Driving by yourself in a rental car can take hours and you’ll miss the many wonderful stopping off points and photo opportunities on this once-in-a-lifetime road trip. Book our Road to Hana tour and travel in comfort to this paradise as our guide shares fascinating Hawaiian culture, legends, and natural history. Along the way, you’ll experience rainforests and bamboo forests, cascading waterfalls, deep pools, taro patches, botanical gardens, and beaches. Choose the Hana – Haleakala By Land & By Air Tour and you’ll experience the Road to Hana plus a helicopter tour over Haleakala, Maui’s towering 10,000-foot high dormant volcano.

South Side: Kihei, Wailea, and Makena

The serene South coastline has one of Maui’s sunniest and driest climates along with some of the island’s most sublime resorts. Driving south along this coast, you’ll first come to Maalea and Maui Ocean Center, a fascinating aquarium complex. Next is Kihei, once home to Hawaiian royalty, which offers six miles of beaches and affordable accommodations. Just south of Kihei, Wailea is a self-contained luxury resort community of 1,500 acres with some of Maui’s most splendid hotels, spas, condominiums, private residences, golf, dining, and shopping. Beyond Wailea is Makena, a quiet, undeveloped spot where you can lose yourself on one of Maui’s most sublime beaches. Makena Beach, also known as “Big Beach,” is nearly two-thirds of a mile long and 100 yards wide with amazing vistas of Molokini and Kahoolawe, an uninhabited island.

The West Side: Lahaina, Kaanapali, and Kapalua

Once a retreat for Hawaii’s alii (royalty) and the capital of the Hawaiian Kingdom, Maui’s West Side offers the town of Lahaina, wonderful resort options, and epic sunsets. Historic Lahaina, once a busy whaling port, is now the launching spot for whale watching charters during the peak December-May season. Discover the town’s past along the Lahaina Historic Trail and enjoy the many art galleries, shops, trendy restaurants, and award winning local luau. North of Lahaina, Kaanapali Beach is a popular getaway with three miles of sandy shores, wonderful resorts, hotels, shops, dining, and a renowned whaling museum. The daily sunset cliff diving ceremony off Kaanapali Beach’s northernmost cliffs at Black Rock recalls a feat by an ancient Hawaiian king. Further north, Kapalua is a true luxury resort area at the foot of the West Maui mountains. This master planned community with five bays and three white sand beaches also boasts opulent accommodations, award winning dining, championship golf courses, and an annual food and wine festival.