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Top 25 Things to Do in Maui

Although you may not get to all of them on one trip, here are our suggestions for the Top 25 Things to Do in Maui. Enjoy, explore and don't forget to relax!

Migaloo Spotted in Hawaii?

Was Migaloo Spotted in Hawaii? The world's most famous white humpback whale from Australia might have visited Maui this past year. Learn about Migaloo here

History of Surfing

Surfing is a significant part of our Hawaiian culture, and understanding the history behind the board can give present day surfers a new appreciation!

Hawaiian Outrigger Canoeing | History, Revival, Today

The cultural significance, rich history and current practices of outrigger canoeing in Hawaii is something we can all appreciate. Learn about it's Revival.

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Best of Maui

A fun video of a Maui Vacation with tons of Maui Activities and good fun in this video called Best Of Maui. If you are planning a visit to Maui, check out my blog post “What to do when in Maui” and try a canoe tour, stand up paddle lesson, surf lesson or maui kayak tour.

Maui whale watching season

It depends on the change of seasons, water temp and storms up in Alaska, but as soon as the water gets too cold the Humpback Whales make their annual visit to Maui. Maui Whale Watching Season starts December 20. Prime whale season is February and March. The last whale can stay in Maui until April before making the trek back to Alaska.

Hawaii Ecotourism Association

Did you know that Hawaiian Paddle Sports is a Certified Ecotour Operator? Yes that right, HEA is an organization whose goal is to protect Hawaii’s unique environment by encouraging and standardizing environmentally responsible tourism activities.

First Winter Surf arrives on North Shore Maui

Winter is here! Its bitter sweet for us at Hawaiian Paddle Sports; when there is winter swell we can longer operate the Honolua Bay Excursion however we can go SURF at Honolua Bay! Each year winter swells bring HUGE waves to Maui, Hawaii’s North/West Shores.

Rare Hawaiian Monk Seal on Outrigger Canoe Tour. Maui, Hawaii

We had the special treat on October 3rd 2012 of being visited by a rare, endangered, Hawaiian Monk Seal. Its estimated that there are fewer than 1,200 left in the world with only about 150 in the Main Hawaiian Islands. The remaining live in the minor outlying “Northwest Hawaiian Islands”.

Na Wahine O Ke Kai 2012

In 2012, 76 crews of 10 women each made the journey from Moloka'i to Ohau. A swell came in making it almost impossible to launch the canoes, but they did.

Humpback Whales Return to Maui Hawaii

The first sighting of the year has happened. The humpback whales have returned to the warm waters off of Maui to give birth and mate again. Book Your Tour

Rare Hawaiian Monk Seal

We had a special visitor today on the west side of Maui during our private surf lesson… a rare, endangered, Hawaiian Monk Seal. Its estimated that there are fewer than 1,200 left in the world with only about 150 in the Main Hawaiian Islands. The remaining live in the minor outlying “Northwest Hawaiian Islands”.