- The list below includes 172 free or cheap things to do in or near Maui, Hawaii, including 65 different types of inexpensive activities like Magic Shows, Bay, Beaches and Natural Landmarks.
- From Koki Beach to Honokohau Bay, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Maui and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Wailuku, Kula, Hana and Wailea.
Learn classic homestyle Asian cooking techniques with a Chez Klio – Maui Cooking Class, culminating with a meal of your efforts in a Haleakala mountainside house. Menus include four dishes, with a dessert prepared by your chef.
Maui's Aqua Adventures is a charter adventure company that specializes in snorkling and snuba trips. Clients are ferried to their destination aboard the spacious, comfortable Aqua Adventure. Customers need to bring swimsuits; all other gear is provided.
Featuring a full court gymnasium, Eddie Tam Memorial Park offers visitors an athletic complex for baseball, tennis, soccer, basketball, and more. The park also has several pavilions where guests can host picnics.
Sitting at the bottom of Mount Haleakala, the Kula Botanical Garden is an eight-acre garden and botanical reserve. It flourishes with hundreds of colorful, fragrant blossoms and greenery of diverse shapes and sizes.
Explore Maui's beautiful waters with Lani Kai Snorkeling, providers of chartered snorkeling excursions. The Lani Kai accommodates up to 59 passengers per trip, and includes plenty of room to sit, relax and absorb the beautiful atmosphere. All snorkeling equipment is provided.
There are 3 zipline courses available at Piiholo Ranch Zipline: the Maui Zipline Tower, the Maui Zipline Tour, which can have up to 5 ziplines, and the Maui Canopy Tour, which has up to 9 ziplines. Souvenirs can be bought from the store.