- Our list of the best things to do in Kahului, Hawaii, features the top 293 nearby activities — including 191 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Kahului, HI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Water Activities, Tours, and Adventures.
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East Maui, on the slopes of Mt. Haleakala, Kula, HI MoreLess Info
Situated on approximately 9,000 acres, Waikamoi Preserve is home to a diverse range of native plant life and wildlife found in East Maui. The National Park Service hosts bi-weekly guided trips through the park on a tropical nature hike.
Showcasing art from the Hawaiian Islands, Polynesia and the Orient, the Hana Coast Gallery is a 3 000-ft gallery space located on the grounds of the Hotel Hana-Maui. Exhibits include fine art, artisans and handcrafts including paintings, sculpture, jewellery and Koa wood furniture.
The most unusual beach on Lanai Island is Shipwreck Beach, located on the northern coast. This remote beach features a sizable shipwreck in shallow water and is a favorite destination for divers and snorkling enthusiasts.
The Halawa Tropical Flower Farm is a beautiful and relaxing destination in Kaunakakai. The farm is known for its enchanting waterfalls and extensive garden of vibrant and colorful plant life and organic fruit.
One of three Catholic parishes on Molokai, St. Joseph's Catholic Church is a small, charming white clapboard church. It has a thin, towering steeple and contrasts beautifully with its verdant surroundings. St. Joseph's only offers services on weekdays.
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.
Skeet shooters find paradise at Lanai Pine Sporting Clays, a 14-station skeet course on northern Lanai Island. The course is open to shooters of all experience levels, and hosts a variety of tournaments throughout the year.