Now that the whales have come and gone for the season you may be wondering what you can do on Maui with your kids. There are so many things to do that you may find you do not have enough time to pack it all in! Here are a few of our favorites.
1. Take family out for some fun in the sun on Sea Monkey Private Boat Charter.
Spectacular coral reefs abundant with colorful fish, sea turtles, and more await you in destinations you can not even believe exist and some you surely have never heard of! And, the best kept secret of all is the most fun and awesome way to experience them – a destination all your own – that’s right – just you and your family! Cast away aboard Sea Monkey Private Charters and let us take you to magical places where the reef belongs to you and you alone. Kids love the speed of the boat, cruising along and jamming to the beats of their very own personal playlists. Mom and Dad love watching their kids have the time of their lives and join in the fun as together you explore the coastlines, the deep blue waters, and sometimes, when weather and timing permit, fun abounds as you head to the island of Lana’i and enter a whole new world of snorkeling adventures! Sea Monkey Private Charters is your first step toward the most fun, exhilarating snorkel adventure that is sure to be one of the most favorite days for you and your family on Maui! If you can dream it, we will do our best to make it happen! Call us today!
Sea Monkey Private Charters
Lahaina Harbor, Slip 14
2. Maui Ocean Center.
Located in Ma’Alaea, Maui Ocean Center is a gem of an aquarium for kids of all ages. Watch with bated breath as sharks and manta rays skim by your fingertips or swim overhead with nothing more between you than a wall of glass. Visit sea turtles up close and personal as well as the many other creatures that dwell within the Hawaiian ocean. Some are bright and colorful, some are camouflaged, some are playful, some are daunting – all are spectacular! Be sure to call ahead and see when a brave scuba diver will enter the shark tank!
Maui Ocean Center
192 Ma’alaea Rd.
3. Enjoy a Lazy Beach Day
Be lazy together! But first, be sure to plan ahead and visit Hangloose Hammocks Hawaii in the Wharf in Lahaina and pick up all of your hammocking gear for your lazy day. Hard to beat hanging in a hammock on a beach in Hawaii! Pack your beach gear for the day and head to Leoda’s Pie Shoppe in Olowalu and start your day off with chicken and waffles – there are no words to describe the deliciousness that awaits you there! After visiting Leoda’s Kitchen and Pie Shop, mosey on down to Mile Marker 14 in Olowalu and set up for your day of fun in the sun. Nap, play in the water, and nap some more… always make sure someone has an eye on the kids, don’t forget your reef friendly Dr. Martin sunscreen (available at ABC Stores and various dive shops around the island), and drink plenty of water. Some of your most magical, fun, Maui days with your kids are the days you just laze the day away at the beach.
Hangloose Hammocks Hawaii.
658 Front St – upstairs in the Wharf.
Leoda’s Kitchen and Pie Shop.
820 Olowalu Village Rd
4. Napili Bay
Napili Bay is a great place for the not ready to be surfers in your family to play on boogie boards. Available to rent at Boss Frog’s, many locations are just a google away around the island. If you have your adventure on then by all means, surf lessons at Goofy Foot Surf School located in the Shops at 505, Lahaina, you will feel like a pro, even if the waves are only as high as your knees (it’s the ocean, you can never know how high or how mighty the waves may come in, never turn your back on the ocean – safety first!).
Boss Frog’s has 9 convenient locations around the Island. Some are in Laiana, Ka’anapali, Napili, Wailea, Kahana and Kihei. bossfrogs.com.
5. Visit historic Lahaina Town and take pictures with the “Birds of Paradise”.
There are countless fun things to do in Historic Lahaina Town. Filled with restaurants, shops, museums, galleries and much more this Town is definitely a “must do” on the list for all Maui visitors. Don’t forget to include family photos by the Bird Man on the corner of Front Street in Old Lahaina Town by the Pioneer Inn. His exotic birds will perch on heads, shoulders, arms… wherever they feel like posing at the moment. You may even get kissed by a friendly beak. While there, you don’t want to miss the Banyan Tree – and you can’t miss it, it is proportionally huge and a favorite place for kids to play, make new friends, or simply stand in awe.
Fun on Maui with kids is a never ending journey. Hula shows, luau’s, waterfall hikes in the Hana jungle, black sand beaches – but sometimes the best times are right outside your door. Bocce ball on the beach after watching the sun set over the horizon is guaranteed fun for the whole family.
We are always committed and eager to help your family have the most Maui fun possible. Fee free to call Sea Monkey Private Charters for more information 808-491-9141. The most fun things to do on Maui with your kids await!