Things to Do in Maui during Springtime
Maui is glorious during springtime, and it has fabulous weather throughout the year. Tropical sunshine, a bit of breeze, and gorgeous beaches is what you can expect in the months of spring!
Here is what you can do:
Did you know humpback whales migrate to Hawaii’s warm waters during winter months? Whale watching cruises begin in winter and extend into spring – you can see the magnificent creatures taking a dip and enjoying themselves.
Hana Waterfall Hunting
Want to experience Nature’s true beauty? Wish to “hunt” for stunning waterfalls? Come to Hana to explore one of the most picturesque drives that will leave a lasting impression in your mind. The place is truly enigmatic, while the remote area offers a peaceful and tranquil environment away from the hullabaloo of the city. You can take a tour instead of driving down yourself – this way you can avoid the hassle of figuring out the best stops and waterfall locations.
Outrigger Canoe Tour
Learning about Hawaiian culture is fascinating! The ingenious canoes were designed by the ancient Hawaiians, and learning more about them gives you a chance to understand Hawaiian traditions. Even though most canoes aren’t created out of wood these days, there is a significant cultural impact. Do sign up for a tour with Hawaiian Paddle Sports – it gives you an opportunity to learn all about Hawaiian outrigger canoe paddling and experience the rush as these wonderful boats cut cleanly through the water.
Stand Up Paddle Boarding
Maui’s oceanic experience is an unforgettable affair, and this activity is much in demand! People take guided tours and even do this for yoga. It is easy to pick up the technique and once you do, all you have to do is rent boards and head out onto the waters. But make sure you know how to do it properly and talk to a guide about where and when to head out as weather conditions can change fast. The stand up paddle boarding is an incredible way to get some exercise and enjoy the unique ocean world of Maui.
The very first zip line course in Maui was built almost two decades back, and since then the popularity of the sport has grown big time! You can sign up for a quick course in different parts of the island. Small lines work well for kids, while there are more adventurous ones for the real thrill seekers. This is a popular activity, so you might need to book your spot well in advance.
Apart from these remarkable activities, there are festivals like Maui Steel Guitar Festival where you get to hear Hawaiian music from different kinds of instruments, Restaurant Week Wailea that is a paradise for foodies, and celebration of Earth Day held at Keopuolani Park Amphitheater in Kahului across from War Memorial Stadium, and Maui Brewers Festival that includes beer tastings from local and national craft breweries. However, some of these events might get affected due to the Covid-19 pandemic, so you should check beforehand!