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Sightseeing on a Budget on Maui

Sightseeing on a Budget on Maui

While Maui is at the top of many vacationers’ lists of places to visit, budget travelers tend to steer clear of the notoriously expensive Valley Isle. However, if you utilize some of the strategies outlined below, it is possible to enjoy the beauty and diversity of Maui without running out of cash in the process. Here’s how.

Book a Combo Tour

Booking multiple activities in one tour can be a convenient and affordable way to squeeze in two Maui adventures. Combine a cruise around the rugged Molokini Crater with snorkeling in the Turtle Arches reef, or enjoy a kayaking and snorkeling adventure and a hike through the rain forest.

Choose an Experience that Comes with a Meal

Many of Maui’s top tours, such as whale-watching cruises or sunrise hikes at the Haleakala crater, also include a buffet meal of fresh fruit, seafood, and Hawaiian specialties. You can also enjoy a traditional Hawaiian experience by booking tickets to an Old Lahaina Luau, which includes an all-you-can-eat meal of traditional dishes, such as kalua pork and poi.

Take a Tour that Includes Transportation

Many of Maui’s top attractions are in locations that are difficult to reach by public transportation, and the views along the way mean you might not want to drive yourself. Luckily, it is easy to book a tour that transports you to spectacular destinations such as the Hana coast with hotel pickup and drop-off included.

Share the Experience

While activities such as surf lessons or sailing excursions can get expensive if you book a private lesson or tour, these types of experiences become surprisingly affordable if you join a group. Plus, by hopping on a group tour, you get to meet new people and take on an adventure with other newbies at your side.

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Haleakala Maui Sunrise Tour with Breakfast

Haleakala Maui Sunrise Tour with Breakfast

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Experience an incredible daybreak view from top of Maui’s highest peak during this 7- to 8-hour Mt. Haleakala sunrise tour. Journey with a guide on this massive volcano to witness the orange and red-colored dawn of a new day set amidst the clouds, enjoying the sublime beauty of a sight that once inspired literary great Mark Twain. This Maui sunrise excursion also includes round-trip hotel transportation, breakfast and entrance fees.
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  • 10 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Group Surf Lesson: Two Hours of Beginners Instruction in Kihei

Group Surf Lesson: Two Hours of Beginners Instruction in Kihei

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Catch a wave of excitement as you learn to surf during this 2-hour beginner’s, small-group, lesson in Maui. Join no more than 6 other students for an introduction to the fundamentals of surfing, including ocean awareness, water safety, riding skills and proper etiquette. You’re guaranteed to be surfing in one easy lesson, or your next lesson is free! An instructor, surfboard and rash guard are all included.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Kayak and Snorkel: Maui West Shore
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Kayak and Snorkel: Maui West Shore

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Explore Maui’s beautiful West Shore on this snorkeling and kayaking tour. Led by a professional guide, you’ll paddle past scenic views of the Ukumehame Valley and snorkel over bright schools of fish. This family-friendly excursion includes all equipment, along with your choice of single or tandem kayaks.
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  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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Road to Hana Adventure
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Road to Hana Adventure

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On this guided, full day tour of Hana, enjoy the diverse and tropical beauty of the famous Road to Hana. Stop for photos at roadside waterfalls and stunning black sand beaches, and even wrap around the rugged backside of Haleakala volcano. With an informative guide behind the wheel, this is one of the best ways to visit Hana—especially if you don’t want to drive!
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  • 12 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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