14 May 10 Free Things to Do on Maui
With stunning coastlines, lush countryside and delicious cuisine, there are a million reasons to visit Maui. But today, your friends at The Pauli Family Condos at Wailea want to give you 10 more. With so much to do and see, it can be hard to decide what adventures to take part in. So today, we’re going to give you some fun and free things to do on Maui.
Please note: Hawaii COVID regulations change according to the current recommendations. Please call ahead to make sure your activity is open and available for your preferred dates. Some locations may also require a reservation prior to your arrival.
Stop by the Shops at Wailea every Tuesday and Thursday to enjoy live music and the beautiful dances of Polynesia right in the performance area. This is a great opportunity to not only watch the graceful Hawaiian hula but also to get some shopping done as well.
We can’t think of anything better than a free party every Friday night. Sponsored by Maui County, you can enjoy live music, arts and crafts, cultural activities and more. Each Friday, a different town across the island hosts the party so be sure to check the website for details.
Maui is home to some of the most beautiful trails in all of Hawaii. With various difficulties, views and lengths, there is a trail for everyone. Most hikes around the island are free but there may be a small fee for those located within state parks.
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to play the ukulele, you’re in luck! The Outlets of Maui alongside the Maui Music Mission offer free lessons for first-timers.
If you feel like hitting the links be sure to stop by Wailea Golf Club. After 3 p.m., kids play free! With gorgeous views of the coast and lush tropical landscaping, it’s the perfect place to soak in Maui.
With no fees to park or enter the beach area, Ho’okipa Beach Park is a great spot to relax on the beach and watch the waves. Famous for being a spot for windsurfers and surfers alike, there is plenty of action to watch while you soak in the sun.
- Whale Watching
Although you can pay for tours out on the water, did you know you can see whales right from the beach? Grab some binoculars and head to the shoreline to see these gorgeous creatures as they play in the warm waters of Maui. Wailea, Kaanapali and McGregor Point lookout are awesome places to spot the whales from the shore. If you decide you would rather get up close and personal with the whales, check out these tours.
If you’re an early riser, you can’t miss the Maui sunrise. Koki Beach Park is a great spot to view the gorgeous golden colors of the sun coming over the horizon.
If waking up early on vacation isn’t your thing, opt for one of Maui’s gorgeous sunsets instead. The best part about it is right here in Wailea is one of the best spots to see the sun slip beyond the surface. All you have to do is sit back and enjoy the show.
It goes without saying that hanging out on the beach is one of the best free things to do in all of Maui. Whether you’re looking for something exotic like black sand or you want something a little more child-oriented, there is a perfect beach nearby just waiting for you.
Visiting Maui doesn’t have to be as expensive as you think. Grab your flip-flops, your favorite bathing suit and get ready to enjoy all that Maui has to offer. If you’re ready to book your stay, reach out to The Pauli Family Condos at Wailea today. A hui hou – Until we meet again!