August 22nd, 2016

Rainy Day Activities on Maui

Even in paradise, there are occasionally rainy days. Most of the time, simply driving to another part of the island will find you a warm, dry place; however, for those rare days when this is not an option, here are a few suggestions!

1 – Maui Ocean Center:  Having visited some amazing aquariums throughout the country, I am thrilled to have this gem on the island! Multiple viewing tanks, inter-active touch pools and more! While some of the exhibits are located outside, they are all under some sort of cover!

Giant Manta Ray

Giant Manta Ray

2 – Glow Putt: Located in Lahaina, Glow in the Dark Miniature Golf has been a staple in indoor Hawaiian entertainment for more than 10 years and is a great way to enjoy some family fun on the west side of Maui.

Glow Putt!

Glow Putt!

3 – Check out Resort Amenities: From spa treatments to poolside cabana massages, you’re sure to find many ways to pamper yourself! Treat yourself to a little luxury!

Man on massage

4 – Maui Theatre: Whether you relive the excitement of Elvis in Hawaii with Burn’n Love, experience the history and mythology of the Hawaiian islands through Ulalena or (or both!) the Maui Theatre is an absolute MUST regardless of weather!

 

Maui fun, snorkeling, Molokini, Four Winds II, Maui Charters, Maui Magic

Maui Classic Charters Blog | Ulalena

5 – Shopping: For a small island in the middle of the Pacific, Maui offers surprising options for shopping, from the posh Shops at Wailea, boutiques in Makawao and Paia and gift shops in Lahaina. Check out local arts and pick up souvenirs!

Shops at Wailea Fountain

Shops at Wailea Fountain

We have a saying in Hawaii … “No Rain, No Rainbows!”. Never let a little rain ruin your time in paradise!

 

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