- TripBuzz found 237 things to do with kids in or near Haiku, Hawaii, including 213 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lahaina, Wailuku, Kula and Kahului.
- From Strike Zone Sportfishing & Bottom Fishing to Boo Boo Zoo, the Haiku area offers 78 different types of family activities, including: Ziplines, Farms & Ranches, Zoos and Observatories & Planetariums.
- Haiku is a small city located on the island of Maui in Hawaii. With a population of just over 8,000, the city is a mostly residential community offering breathtaking natural views. Visitors enjoy the local Chocolate Estate, zip lining and horseback riding on the cities shore. Authentic eateries are also abundant throughout town offering fresh farmers market finds and fresh fish tacos.
Aloha Kayaks Maui provides guided kayak and snorkelling tours and scuba trips for all ages and experience levels, with an emphasis on eco-consciousness and education. Experience local wildlife including green sea turtles and whales.
With Clear Kayaks Maui, visitors can rent kayaks to take out on the water for two hours to a full day. The kayaks have clear bottoms so visitors can easily spot marine life like sea turtles while kayaking.
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With Kai Kanani Sailing Charters the tourist can go on sunset cruises, on snorkeling trips, or on marine wildlife watching tours. Private charters are available for special events, while the shop sells souvenirs, such as t-shirts and skirts.
Since opening in 2001, Maui Surfer Girls, has been dedicated to empowering teen girls and building their confidence through the sport of surfing. Featuring lessons for boys and girls of all ages, surf camps, and more, you too can learn the true spirit of Hawaii.
Unofficially designated a clothing-optional beach, Maui's Little Beach is part of Makena State Park. The beach offers swimming, surfing, snorkeling, and body boarding, whether or not guests choose to keep their suits on.
Kahanu Garden is located in one of Hawaii's largest hala forests, and showcases an impressive variety of Pacific Island plants, including the largest collection of breadfruit in the world. Visit Pi`ilanihale, a huge lava-rock Polynesian worship site, and now a National Historic Landmark.