When it comes to romantic things to do in Maui for couples, it’s often the small things that spark the biggest flame.
For us, it was the surreal purple sky…
We were lying side-by-side in the soft sand at Hamoa Beach, watching the waves roll in, when huge puffy clouds suddenly skittered down the mountainside. The sky shifted from blue to deep violet.
And that’s when we started making out like teenagers.
See, Maui has that effect on couples. There are so many dreamy places in Maui to stay and explore – like Hana and its beautiful Hamoa Beach.
With its seductive beaches, tropical flowers and silken warm breezes, this Hawaiian island is synonymous with romance.
A lusted-after honeymoon destination, Maui is perfect for celebrating any romantic occasion, be it an anniversary – or simply to get away with your sweetheart.
Let’s find out more about what couples of all ages love doing on Maui…
Best things to do in Maui for couples
1) Discover beautiful waterfalls
Imagine lush rainforest with hanging vines and a graceful waterfall cascading down into a pool of crystal clear water. You and your partner are splashing playfully in a cool swimming hole at the base of the waterfall.
Romantic, isn’t it?
Good news – Hawaii’s Valley Isle is teeming with opportunities to bring this scene to life.
Just head out on one of Maui’s most scenic drives – the Hana Highway. You’ll soon reach some of the best waterfalls on Maui.
Two fun Maui facts about this drive: You cross 46 one-lane bridges and navigate 620+ curves.
If you’d rather leave the driving to someone else, here’s a fabulous waterfall and rainforest hiking tour with Hike Maui that we enjoyed recently.
You get to swim in several secret waterfall pools not open to the public. (They’re exclusive just for your small group.) It’s all on private land which Hike Maui has a license to use.
2) Sip sundowners by the sea
We all know that toasting the sunset with your loved one is almost sure to unleash Cupid’s arrows.
Slip out to the beach with a bottle of wine and watch the sun and sky do their thing. Having a waterfront view of the sun sliding down into the ocean adds a whole new meaning to sipping sundowners a déux!
Speaking of sundowners, why not crank up the romance with some bubbly?
Cozy up with your sweetheart at the Champagne Hale at Cliff House, a perfectly mellow lounge set atop idyllic Kapalua Bay.
Whether you’re in the mood for rosé or champagne cocktails, unwinding with your lover as you gaze out onto the Pacific Ocean is sure to get you both in the right mood.
3) Watch whales and listen to whale songs
One of the most enjoyable romantic Maui activities for couples is to take a whale watching kayak-and-snorkel tour with South Pacific Kayaks – so you can see the magnificent humpback whales that live around Maui from December to April.
Another way to get up close and personal to these gentle giants is to book a tour on a custom-built, luxury 60-foot “super raft”. (The group size is limited to 38 passengers.)
Because these rafts go faster, you can travel farther off-shore to more whale sites than you can by kayak or on a larger whale watching boat.
For a different experience, go snorkeling and hear whale songs underwater. Puzzling at first, the complex haunting pattern of moans, trills and cries tugs at your heartstrings.
4) Learn to hula
They say that couples who laugh together, last together!
So, have a little fun and take a hula dance class together where you can actually learn to hula!
The Polynesians developed the hula dance style on the Hawaiian islands; hula is just about the most Hawaiian thing you can do!
While you’ll have plenty of amazing opportunities to watch other people dance hula, why not take it up a notch and try your hand (or hips) doing it yourself?
Who knows, you or your partner may be an undiscovered hula prodigy!
5) Sail to Lanai
There’s something about sailing – feeling the rhythm of the ocean swells and listening to the flutter of canvas sails – that gets couples canoodling.
Take a full-day catamaran excursion to Lanai (the Discover Lanai tour), and delight in hot homemade cinnamon rolls and fresh Kona coffee as you sail away from Ma’alaea Harbor.
In the winter months, you’ll probably see humpback whales and their babies frolicking and breaching.
Once on the island of Lanai, swim and snorkel at palm-fringed Hulopoe Beach – rated the best beach in North America by “Dr. Beach.” Following your swim, enjoy an island-style barbecue lunch on the beach.
And, if you’re lucky, your captain might sing and play Hawaiian songs on his ukulele as you float back to Maui with the wind.
There’s also this 5-hour Lanai boat tour, offered by the Pacific Whale Foundation. It takes you to Lanai for dolphin watching and snorkeling. But the boat is a 65-foot power catamaran, so you don’t actually sail.
6) Watch the surfers at Paia
If you’re looking for romantic things to do in Maui for free, head to Ho’okipa Beach Park at Paia on Maui’s north shore.
This beach is known as the windsurfing capital of the world.
Hug your honey as you watch windsurfers and kiteboarders jump and somersault in humongous waves. The reef stretches across the whole bay, creating epic waves that surge as high 25 feet in winter.
Then stroll the streets of the chilled little beach village of nearby Paia.
Here, you’ll find old plantation-style wooden buildings housing boutiques, surf stores, antique shops and funky cafés. Paia’s history as a former sugar cane plantation town is echoed in the local art galleries and small museums.
Be sure to stop for shave ice at Ululani’s Shave Ice in Paia – it’s like eating a fluffy flavored cloud!
Try it with the macadamia nut ice-cream. (Sadly, “ordinary” ice-cream will never taste the same again.)
7) Lounge poolside in a couples cabana
Six cabanas by the adults-only Serenity Pool can be reserved in advance for a fee.
They come with robes, a large screen TV with headphones, two bottles of champagne, piles of lavender-scented towels, Evian spritzers, couches and a fridge. Live plants and trees add greenery, and ceiling fans keep you cool.
When you want a dip, just slide into the infinity pool and hang out over the edge for sweeping views of Wailea Beach.
Four more ocean-view cabanas (not by the Serenity Pool) have a prime perch close to the beach.
They have cushioned daybeds, flat-screen TVs, Nespresso machines plus private loungers and umbrellas on the lawn in front of each cabana. Of course, they’re personally serviced too.
It’s impossible not to steal a kiss as you gaze out at the seductive views of the Pacific Ocean!
8) Snorkel with sea turtles
In Hawaiian culture, sea turtles (or honu) are a symbol of good luck and long life. So what better way to give your love life an extra boost of luck and vigor than by snorkeling together with these wonderful creatures?
Ulua Beach in the Wailea area offers easy snorkeling. It’s common to see Hawaiian green sea turtles hanging out on its outer reef.
Another top snorkeling spot is Honolua Bay, a protected marine sanctuary with colorful coral formations.
Not only is it common to see sea turtles here, but you’ll also enjoy a huge variety of other marine life – like clouds of turquoise-and-pink parrot fish, darting butterfly fish and long skinny trumpet fish.
Sometimes you can even hear the music of whales underwater too!
Yet another favorite local spot is Turtle Town. (Actually there are several “Turtle Towns,” where spotting sea turtles is almost guaranteed!)
One of the best ways to see these turtles is on a Molokini and Turtle Town snorkel tour (covered in more detail in #30 below). Located off Maluaka Beach, the particular Turtle Town visited on this tour doesn’t disappoint.
9) Share banana cream pie from Leoda’s
This is one of those sweet couple things to do in Maui – pun intended!
Leoda’s Kitchen and Pie Shop is famous for its decadent pies. Chocolate macadamia nut pie. Apple crumble pie. Peanut butter pie. Lime pie. Pineapple mac-nut pie. You name it.
But their heavenly banana cream pie, crowned with sky-high clouds of cream, is the queen.
What’s particularly adorable is that the bakery’s pies, which are smaller than the standard 9-inch pie size, are the perfect size for two people.
Leoda’s is tucked off the side of the Honoapiilani Highway in Olowalu. Picking up one (or more!) of their pies for dessert is one thing you absolutely must do in Maui.
And if you’d like to try and recreate the goodness back home, here’s their banana cream pie recipe, shared in Conde Nast Traveler.
Note: Sadly, Leoda’s was forced to temporarily close due to the Lahaina wildfires. They’re determined to continue and will reopen in the future. We can’t wait!
10) Bask on a beach
The island of Maui has many lovely golden sand beaches (better swimming beaches than the beaches in Kauai).
If you rent a car (recommended, even if just for a day or two), it’s fun to drive along the coastline and explore different spots.
D.T. Fleming Beach
One of the nicest beaches in Maui is at D.T. Fleming Beach Park. Shaded by large ironwood trees, it’s typically quiet and uncrowded.
With a sandy bottom, it offers good swimming and boogie boarding when the waves aren’t too big. You may even spot a sea turtle!
Winter months often see high surf, attracting surfers and surf watchers.
You’ll also find restrooms, showers, picnic tables and a lifeguard station here.
Part of the beach fronts the Ritz-Carlton Kapalua’s outdoor palm-shaded Burger Shack – a great place for a casual lunch or a cocktail.
D.T. Fleming Beach is at its best when it isn’t windy.
One of the most famous Maui beaches is Makena Beach.
It’s down in the dry countryside of South Maui, just a few minutes’ drive south of Wailea (beyond the last of the hotel developments). It offers a wilder experience than the resort beaches.
The beach is huge, stretching out nearly 2/3 of a mile, and the water is impossibly clear and blue. Book-ended by two black lava outcroppings, it offers picture-perfect views of the islands of Molokini and Kahoolawe in the distance.
The waves are typically just right here for body surfing too.
You’ll find two gorgeous beaches at Makena State Park.
The main beach is known as Big Beach (aka “Big Makena Beach” or “Oneloa” or sometimes just “Makena Beach”). It has lifeguard towers, restrooms and picnic tables.
Walk north along the beach (in the direction of Wailea) and you’ll come to the second beach, known as Little Beach.
You have to scramble a bit over some rocky boulders. But once you get there, you’ll see it’s one of the most beautiful beaches in Maui.
You’ll also notice that most people are nude.
Yes, Little Makena Beach is a nude beach! While nudity is legally not allowed in Hawaii, the beach is so secluded that you can get away with a line-free tan on Little Beach.
Bring a sun umbrella and beach mats (inexpensive to buy on Maui), along with a picnic, and you can enjoy some great beach time at Makena Beach!
11) Hike in a bamboo forest
In Hana (located in east Maui) – one of the most heavenly spots in Maui – you can hike hand-in-hand through an enchanting bamboo forest to a beautiful waterfall.
The 4-mile Pipiwai Trail (roundtrip) starts above the “Seven Sacred Pools” (which you should view after).
After threading through an enormous banyan tree, you soon enter vast stands of thick 100-foot-high bamboo stalks.
When the wind blows, these soaring bamboo poles clack against each other. Acting in symphony, they create a giant hypnotic wind chime. The sound-surround experience, as you wind along the boardwalk, verges on mystical.
You then cross small streams and pools to reach the base of the spectacular 400-foot-high Waimoku Falls.
12) Watch the sunrise at Haleakala
As romantic as sunsets can be, there’s really nothing like watching the sunrise from Mount Haleakala’s majestic peak.
Experiencing this with the one you love, at 10,000 feet above sea level, is beyond compare.
There’s a little bit of prep involved if you want to witness this wonder.
First, you’ll need to check the sunrise time on the day you want to go.
It takes about 1½ hours to drive to Haleakala, and you want to arrive at least a ½ hour before sunrise to claim your ideal spot.
Second and importantly, you need to make a reservation with the park. Do this ahead of time on the Haleakala National Park sunrise reservation website.
Also, being at such a high altitude and arriving before the sun rises in the sky means chilly temperatures. Just another great reason to pack a blanket and steal some extra snuggle time with your sweetheart!
No question, greeting the day this way is one of the best romantic activities in Maui to put on your list.
13) View the turtles in Paia
Remember we mentioned watching the surfers at Paia (#6)?
Huge sea turtles – up to four feet long – are another top Paia attraction.
Turtles, like humans, enjoy basking in the sun. And they love to crawl up on the golden sands of Ho’okipa Beach and catch some Vitamin D.
To view them, walk to the far right side of the beach (as you’re facing the water). There’s also a viewing platform on the low cliffs above, letting you look down at them.
At first, you might think the large grey-and-brown blobs are just big boulders. But when you see them move, you’ll quickly realize they’re actually turtles.
We saw at least 20 large Hawaiian green sea turtles sunning on the beach. One was slapping the side of his (her?) shell with their flipper. Others lumbered in and out of the ocean. Fun to watch!
Ho’okipa comes from the Hawaiian word for “welcoming comfort.” And this beach certainly welcomes lots of turtles!
14) Chill out with a couples massage
Get kneaded into blissful oblivion as you both take pleasure in side-by-side massages.
This is definitely one of the top Maui honeymoon activities! But lovers at any stage in their relationship will enjoy pampering themselves this way.
At The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Kapalua, their treatment rooms extend into private gardens, complete with outdoor showers.
Signature therapies include the Coconut Crush Body Renewal (“love at first scrub”) and a hot stone massage, which uses warm volcanic stones to soothe tired muscles.
The award-winning Spa Montage at the Montage Kapalua Bay is also serene and gorgeous.
Opt for a traditional Hawaiian lomilomi massage in one of the breezy wooden hales (huts). The spa therapists’ flowing forearm movements feel like waves of the Pacific Ocean rippling over your body.
15) Stroll lavender fields
Venture upcountry to the Ali’i Kula Lavender Farm to stroll through fields of sweet lavender.
Nestled high on the cool mountain slopes of Haleakala, the lavender farm is one of the most romantic places in Maui.
Take a leisurely walking tour to see and enjoy the scent of some 55,000 lavender plants (20 different varieties), along with “secret gardens” of flowering jasmine, protea and hydrangea.
Then sip lavender tea and nibble on moist scones and lavender honey on the pretty lanai.
Or reserve a gourmet picnic lunch basket (with lavender goodies) and seek out your own private enclave amongst the rolling lavender hills.
And don’t forget to browse the gift shop!
It sells made-on-Maui lavender products, from delicious lavender chocolate bars to lavender lip balm and body lotion. (They make perfect Hawaiian souvenirs to take home.)
16) Bed down in a romantic hotel
When crafting the perfect romantic getaway, the place you choose to stay is more than just a room to rest your head – it’s the heart and soul of your vacation narrative.
Maui certainly doesn’t have a shortage of amazing resorts and hotels. But there are a few romantic places that stand out when it comes to sparking romance.
If we had to cut down our romantic experiences list to just the “top 10 things to do in Maui for couples,” we’d put indulging in a stay at one of these romantic hotels on the short list.
Here, then, are some of the best hotels in Maui for a honeymoon or romantic stay.
The Hotel Wailea is the ultimate adults-only oasis for couples – perfect for a Maui honeymoon or other romantic holiday occasion.
Perched 300 feet above sea level – with 180 degrees of unobstructed ocean views, cascading waterfalls and meandering romantic walkways – the Hotel Wailea oozes romance!
Inn at Mama’s Fish House
If romance to you means finding your own private spot away from the resorts and main tourist spots, then the Inn at Mama’s Fish House is exactly what you need.
Nestle up in one of the inn’s charming cottages, located in a secluded beachside coconut grove on Maui’s north shore, near the town of Paia.
The Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua
Then there’s The Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua. As far as we’re concerned, you can never go wrong with the Ritz!
At this gorgeous resort, you’ll be surrounded by 22,000 acres of space (in the Kapalua Resort). There are six beaches, incredible hiking trails, championship golf courses and natural sanctuaries throughout.
Feeling romantic is hardly a challenge at this Maui romantic getaway!
17) Go star gazing
Another picture-perfect way to experience Mount Haleakala (in addition to the sunrise – see #12) is cuddling up with your partner and gazing at the stars.
Booking a sunset and stargazing tour (with Maui Stargazing) not only lets you get lost in the beauty of the pristine night sky.
It also gives you and your love a fascinating guided telescope tour of the stars by astronomy experts.
A heavenly night like this is sure to put a twinkle in your eye!
18) Enjoy a romantic candlelight dinner
Nothing says romance more than a romantic dinner on the Hawaiian islands.
Located in Kapalua, Merriman’s is a well-known farm-to-table (and sea-to-table!) romantic Maui restaurant on the water. Try to snag an open-air window table.
Perhaps start with oysters on the half shell in a champagne mignonette.
For mains, one of you should have the wok-charred ahi tuna – it’s their signature entrée. (If you’re salt-averse, like one of us is, ask for the kitchen to go light on the salt.)
The other should try the Harissa-spiced scallops and clams in an orange-saffron butter sauce.
Finish off with the pineapple-and-macadamia-nut bread pudding and coconut crème brulee.
Combine that with a warm breeze, the sound of waves lapping by the shore, stars twinkling above in the night sky. Sigh…
The Restaurant at Hotel Wailea
In South Maui, one of the best honeymoon spots for an evening of amazing views and alfresco dining is The Restaurant at Hotel Wailea.
It’s the perfect place to set those wheels of romance in motion.
You can choose from decadent three and five-course prix fixe menus. Delicacies include sublime mushroom risotto and locally sourced fresh fish specials, like the mahi mahi with pineapple chutney.
Mama’s Fish House
For the freshest seafood and best location, the family-owned Maui Mama’s Fish House is an institution that can’t be beat.
Maybe start with grilled octopus or macadamia nut crab cakes.
Fish is their specialty, so for an entrée, be sure to order one of their signature dishes like Mama’s fish curry made with ahi tuna, mahi mahi and salmon, served with Mama’s mango chutney.
And don’t skip dessert – their chocolate pie, baked in a caramel cookie crust, is out of this world.
We think Mama’s Fish House is one of the most romantic restaurants in Maui!
If you’re celebrating your honeymoon in Maui – or any other romantic occasion – be sure to dine at least once at Mama’s Fish House!
A sunset dinner here really is one of the most romantic things to do in Maui.
Candlelight dinner at Wailea Beach Resort
If you want to pull out all the stops for a guaranteed romantic dinner for two, reserve a private sunset dinner at the Wailea Beach Resort.
This isn’t just any dinner. It’s an exquisite oceanfront and cabana candlelight dining experience that’s sure to impress!
A personal attendant will tend to your every need as you and your loved one enjoy a candlelight dinner at your own secluded oceanfront table. For the private dinner option, you can customize your own menu.
We can’t think of a better place for the ultimate Maui date night.
Tip: The Lobster Mac ‘n Cheese is amazing!
Absolutely start with mixologist-created cocktails (like spicy Lilikoi mezcalitas!) at this smashing sushi bar and restaurant in the surf town of Paia.
Vana Paia serves locally sourced sushi and Japanese inspired dishes.
Dine under the canopy of a huge Hau tree, lit by white string lights – it feels like you’ve found your own secret garden.
19) Get a bird’s eye view of Maui by helicopter
Do you find the idea of discovering Maui’s most jaw-dropping sites from thousands of feet up in the air both exciting and terrifying?
Then check out this scenic and top-rated doors-off Maui and Molokai helicopter tour with Air Maui Helicopters.
See waterfalls so secluded they’re only visible from above, emerald rainforest, soaring sea cliffs and more.
It’s the only doors-off heli-tour in Maui (45-minute tour). And as far as Maui couples’ activities go, this one stands out as a truly bonding experience that’s sure to bring you closer together!
Maverick Helicopters also offers some of the best Maui tour options.
Go for the complete Maui island experience and do a one-hour circle Maui helicopter tour. You’ll hover above the Hana rainforest as well as Haleakala National Park and Iao Valley.
For another great experience, combine a small-group “Road-to-Hana” trip (in a luxury limo-van) with a helicopter flight back (with Blue Hawaiian Helicopters) on this 6-hour Hana and helicopter adventure.
If this is your first Hawaii trip, a helicopter tour is an an absolute must. No matter what tour you choose, it’s sure to be an experience you both will treasure forever.
20) Taste Maui wines
One of the most delightful things to do in Maui for couples is to go wine tasting in the island’s upcountry area of Kula.
Take a leisurely drive up to MauiWine, a 23-acre vineyard at Ulupalakua Ranch. Then unwind as you sip on their locally-crafted wines while soaking in the picturesque natural beauty.
Take your time savoring delicious pineapple sparkling wine or a signature wine cocktail, like the Wild Hibiscus or Lehua Royale.
Before you leave, grab an extra bottle or two of pineapple wine to bring home as a memento of your trip!
21) Walk the Kapalua Coastal Trail
If the two of you are wondering what to do in Maui for a little outdoor exercise together, hit the Kapalua Coastal Trail. It’s one of our favorite walks in Maui!
The trail runs for 1¾ miles along the coast – from the south end of Kapalua Bay to D.T. Fleming Beach.
If you start at Kapalua Bay, you walk alongside Kapalua Bay Beach, past the luxury Montage resort. At Oneloa Bay, waves crashing against lava rock cliffs vie for your attention.
The last section continues past the Ritz-Carlton Kapalua Hotel to D.T. Fleming Beach, where surfers ride the waves if the surf’s up.
Then turn around and head back to where you parked your car. And trust us, the ocean views look different on the way back.
With photo stops (and a lot of gawking), this Kapalua walking trail takes about 2 hours. You’ll be walking on everything from pavement and boardwalk to a natural rocky path across lava fields.
Tip: Go in the morning before the sun gets too strong – and enjoy!
22) Steal a kiss in the Sacred Garden
There’s something about the pristine beauty and serenity of Maui’s Sacred Garden that really gets those love vibes pulsating!
Part nursery, part spiritual retreat, part creativity center, the Sacred Garden inspires connection, peace and love. You won’t be able to help stealing a kiss – or two or three – while in the gardens.
Sit peacefully and gaze at the 500-lb Buddha in the Buddha Garden, or take a stress-releasing stroll through one of the walking meditation labyrinths. All couples will benefit from disconnecting from the outside world and connecting with each other here.
There’s also the full moon walk. Listen to an enlightening talk, then enjoy a meditative stroll.
Visiting this special place is one of the most relaxing activities in Maui for couples.
23) Spy spinner dolphins in La Perouse Bay
There’s nothing like seeing spinner dolphins in action out in the wild!
If the two of you want to experience this phenomenon, going on a rafting tour to La Perouse Bay is one of the best things to do in Maui.
The site of Maui’s most recent volcanic activity (in the 18th century), La Perouse Bay is made up of many small pristine coves.
It’s a stunning place to snorkel. And the spectacle put on by its resident stars – the spinner dolphins – doesn’t disappoint!
Bonus: You get to snorkel at Molokini and swim with sea turtles too (see #29) on this highly-rated 5-hour tour!
If you’re looking for Maui excursions for couples who love the water, this is a great bet.
24) Go on a gourmet “farm-to-fork” lunch tour
Among the things we love most about Maui are all the opportunities to connect to the land and nature. And you can get a truly enriching experience by enjoying fresh local food.
That’s one of the joys of visiting Upcountry Maui – you can relish locally harvested crops and delicacies against the backdrop of Maui’s breathtaking natural beauty.
One of the best ways to experience this is by going on an O’o Farm gourmet farm and lunch tour.
For $84 per person, you can enjoy a fresh seasonal menu.
It includes family-style service so you can try all of their offerings, including vegetarian dishes, fish, meat, local Hawaiian fruit and dessert.
Maui anniversary ideas? This could be a good pick.
25) Paddle an outrigger canoe
Taking an outrigger canoe tour (with Hawaiian Paddle Sports) is one of the best romantic Maui activities for adventure-loving couples.
Together, you can explore nature and connect to Hawaiian tradition by paddling out on these long, sleek traditional canoes that native Hawaiians have used for centuries.
It’s also a way to discover the best snorkeling places and local marine life in an intimate setting, away from the masses.
26) Enjoy a luau at the Feast at Mokapu
You’ve probably figured out by now that there’s no shortage of honeymoon activities in Maui. A special one for your list is attending a Hawaiian luau.
Panoramic sunset views, a scrumptious 3-course Pacific-island feast, handcrafted cocktails, an authentic hula performance and traditional Hawaiian music… Talk about the ultimate recipe for a romantic evening!
Not only will you witness a magnificent show, but you’ll also be taken on a Polynesian culinary tour featuring 15 traditional dishes from Hawaii and other locales. These locations include Aoterao (the Maori name for New Zealand), Tahiti and Samoa.
You’ll get to try shrimp poke, locally caught fish, traditional roast pork and chocolate haupia cake.
If all this sounds exactly like what you and your honey need, then be sure to reserve your spot at the Feast at Mokapu.
Perhaps the best Maui luau for couples, this luxury luau takes place along the grassy lawn by the Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort.
27) Jog or walk the Wailea Beach Path
Another one of the top things to do in Maui for couples who like to keep fit is to run or walk the beautiful seaside path in Wailea.
Along the way, you pass five oh-so-scenic beaches. In winter, you might even see humpback whales!
28) Visit an organic vodka farm
When it comes to romantic activities in Maui, vodka may not be the first thing that springs to mind.
But there’s a gorgeous 80-acre organic farm and distillery on the slopes of Haleakala that’s home to award-winning Ocean Organic Vodka. And you might just want to include this attraction in your Maui itinerary.
They pride themselves on a completely sustainable approach to making vodka – from the water source to their state-of-the-art distillation process. You can book a guided tasting experience or enjoy the spectacular views from their open-air cafe.
You and your sweetheart will have a blast choosing from the amazing cocktails on their menu.
Not sure if you’re in the mood for an Ultimate Ocean Poi Dog made with grapefruit juice and Yuzu juice, or a refreshing Cucumber Cooler made with fresh lemonade?
You can always share a straw and get a taste of both!
29) Snorkel at Molokini (and Turtle Town)
One of the best things to do on Maui for couples who love snorkeling is to snorkel at Molokini and Turtle Town on a sailing excursion.
We chose to go recently with Alii Nui Maui – they offer the most deluxe tour from Maalaea Harbor.
On their 65-foot catamaran, we ate and drank royally (unlimited mimosas and champagne were on offer).
As for the snorkeling, Molokini wowed us with its crystal-clear water visibility. We could see underwater for more than 100 feet!
Turtle Town is a treat for turtle lovers too.
No words can accurately capture the feeling of seeing a giant Hawaiian green sea turtle – its shell as big as an oval-shaped coffee table – slowly swim in front of you barely a couple of feet away.
For a less-pricey sailing excursion to Molokini and Turtle Town, this snorkeling tour on the Malolo catamaran also comes highly recommended.
Bonus: The Malolo catamaran has two waterslides.
30) Stroll the Ka’anapali Beachwalk
A stroll along the Ka’anapali Beachwalk is always a good idea. It’s cooler in the morning – and absolutely magical at sunset.
Part paved and part boardwalk, the 4½ mile (roundtrip) flat trail runs alongside Ka’anapali Beach in front of the luxury Ka’anapali resorts and hotels.
It begins at Hanakao’o Beach Park (Canoe Beach) beside the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa on the south end of Ka’anapali Beach. It then extends to Duke’s Beach House restaurant at Honua Kai Resort at the north end.
31) Indulge in a chocolate tasting experience
We caught your eye with the word “chocolate,” didn’t we! Chocolate is a symbol of love
Chocolate is a symbol of love. And if you want to explore that association some more, visit the Maui Ku’ia Estate.
This high-quality cacao farm and chocolate factory makes some very delicious hand-crafted chocolate. It’s Hawaii’s largest chocolate factory.
On a chocolate tasting tour, learn all about the history of producing chocolate on Maui. Also sample different chocolates, from mango dark chocolate to cappuccino milk chocolate.
If you’re a chocoholic, this is one of the best Maui tours for couples!
Romantic Maui activities in a nutshell
Maui is a lot of things to a lot of people. At the top of the list is being the perfect romantic destination for couples.
With activities ranging from adrenaline-pumping adventure to picturesque relaxation, this beautiful island offers bonding moments every couple will treasure for a lifetime.
As a couple who’ve traveled to Maui many, many times, we hope you’ve found this list of the 31 most romantic things to do on Maui, Hawaii, helpful!
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