Outdoor Activities in Kihei

Outdoor activities in Kihei are a mix of adventure sports and some laid-back vibes amidst scenic beauty. Kihei comes with an ideal terrain and atmosphere to spend active holidays and make plenty of unforgettable memories. So, explore the wilderness of Kihei and spend some time in the lap of nature with these exciting outdoor activities Kihei has to offer. From the most adventurous experiences to the most popular ones, the following list combines it all to make sure you do not miss these unique experiences while planning a trip to Kihei.

From sunrise to sunset, let's discover the best spots for outdoor activities in Kihei:

  1. Kamaole Beach Park

    4.7 (4128 Votes)
    Kamaole Beach Park

    Outdoors, Beach, Park, Leisure

    Kamaole Beach Park divided by rocky areas and has three different sections. The northernmost region or the most popular of the beaches is the Kamaole Beach park I. The sand here is soft white which is a lot like powder and the waters are crystal blue. It is a beautiful visualization and in reality it is even better. This is the perfect place for some relaxing swims sessions and snorkelling. The...Read more
  2. Redline Rafting Co.

    4.9 (3330 Votes)
    Redline Rafting Co.

    Outdoors, Entertainment, Adventure, Water Sport

    Redline Rafting Co is the best option to have a Maui snorkelling adventure and make an epic memory out of it! Redline Rafting promises you an eco-friendly and yet a thrilling experience. Their 35 feet customized raft is all that you need for a fun filled snorkelling experience. The most fun part of the trip is the Hawaiian stories that they narrate and give you an insight on Hawaiian history mi...Read more
  3. Maui Snorkel Charters

    5 (1425 Votes)
    Maui Snorkel Charters

    Outdoors, Water Sport, Snorkeling

    The four-hour Molokini Snorkeling excursion starts at the Kihei boat ramp. This is just 20 minutes away from our first snorkeling destination which is the Molokini Crater. Here you can come across 250 species of fish painted in VIBGYOR, something that you cannot spot anywhere else. The beauty of this excursion also is that in between you get to see the natural habitat of whales and dolphins! Do...Read more
  4. Kealia Pond

    Outdoors, Water Body, Wildlife Park, Nature

    Most activities in Kealia Pond are dependent on wildlife. This includes observation of wildlife, environmental education, interpretation and the most importantly photography. . This refuge (referred to as a refuge because many migratory birds take refuge here) is particularly popular for bird watching; specially when migratory birds are present from the duration of August to April. The ref...Read more
  5. Prodiver, Maui

    4.9 (1306 Votes)
    Prodiver, Maui

    Outdoors, Water Sport

    Prodiver Maui is the best rated underwater diving programme in Maui. It starts from the Kihei harbour and taken you to a partially sunken volcanic tuff, Molokini. Molokini crater is located just about 2.5 miles off the Maui coast. Molokini’s back wall is roughly a drop off to over 300 feet and is also rated as the top wall dive in the whole of the waters in the States. The drift diving is...Read more
  6. Five Caves

    4.3 (2 Votes)
    Five Caves Image

    Cave, Water Sport

    If you want to experience the marine life and enjoy the thrilling wonders of the sea then Five Caves is the right place to be. From diving, snorkeling to skiing you can have the exciting time by the water sports featured here. There is an abundance of aquatic life which is incredible to watch. Turtles and variety of fishes attract the water lovers. It is a great place to sit on the shore and ob...Read more
  7. Big Beach 3rd Entrance

    4.8 (5 Votes)
    Big Beach 3rd Entrance

    Beach, Leisure

    Soft, white sand and bluish-green water define this beach. The beach is less crowded and perfect for taking a stroll on the shore. But, current and waves are very unpredictable. Sometimes, it can be risky to go in the water. There are lifeguards on the shore, but, that does not make the water safe. So, do not go for a swim unless it's completely okay. There are benches away from the shore wher...Read more
  8. Mai Poina 'Oe Ia'U Park Image

    Beach, Park

    A recreational area beside the beach is a delight for the visitor which is offered by the Mai Poina 'oeIa'u Park. It is a calm place from where you can enjoy the incredible sunsets. It is a great beach for a casual walk, swimming and water sports too. A separate picnic area is also available for those who want to hang out in a private space. It is a well maintained park and attracts tourists fo...Read more
  9. Maalaea Beach

    4.3 (164 Votes)
    Maalaea Beach


    If you are touring in Hawaii, then a trip to the Maalaea Beach will be wonderful for you. It is a pretty long and sandy beach which looks stunning especially during sunset. During the hours of afternoon, the beach enjoys large waves. Not a lot of tourists visit this shoreline often. Hence, you will find the spot silent and relaxing. You can enjoy photography here too. You will also be able to e...Read more
  10. Maui Beach Boys

    5 (2214 Votes)
    Maui Beach Boys

    Outdoors, Water Sport

    Maui Beach Boys are locally owned and is a completely licensed and is one of the first surf schools in Maui. Although they provide you with some amazing fun experiences, their no 1 priority is your safety. The instructors here are known for providing some really amazing customer service and are really fun and friendly. The owner is supposed to be the most fun loving and the best instructor that...Read more
  11. Blue Water Rafting

    4.9 (2207 Votes)
    Blue Water Rafting

    Outdoors, Entertainment, Water Sport

    This company is your one stop solution for some lovely tours related to water. You have 4 kinds of tours that you can undertake and they depart from "Kamaole Beach Park III" and across from the "Maui Kamaole" on South Kihei Road. The first tour is Kanaio/ Molokini. It is considered as one of the most loved adventures because it not only gives you the chance to visit and explore an uninhabited p...Read more