What popular attractions are close to Four Seasons Maui Resort Maui at Wailea?
Maui offers a stunning array of tropical landscapes, from rain forests to volcanoes, and outdoor activities ranging from golf to outrigger canoes.
Novice divers can try a scuba lesson from Maui Under Sea Adventures right in the Resort’s pool before moving on to a beginner reef dive or certification program. Advanced divers can go to the Molokini Crater dive spots, where you can search for octopus, moray eels, manta rays, dolphins and even sharks.
With waves rumoured to reach up to 120 ft. high, Maui’s “Jaws” is among the planet’s most famous expert surf spots. But Maui also offers perfect waves for beginners.
Soar above Maui on an exhilarating eco-adventure on some of the longest lines, allowing you to zip over 1,000 feet.
If you love to golf, tackle courses you’ve seen the pros play on TV. The PGA Tour season always starts at Kapalua’s Plantation Course with the Hyundai Tournament of Champions.
The narrow channel between Maui and Lana‘i is among the best places in the world to see humpback whales, which between December and May.
Conquer the Hana Highway’s 620 hairpin curves and 59 one-lane bridges. This full-day journey offers glistening waterfalls, tropical flora and lush sea cliffs—all a stone’s throw from the winding road.
DRIVE TO HANA
Outrigger canoes are the most traditional Hawaiian vessels, and they are still a popular form of exercise, recreation and competition in the islands. The Resort offers a complimentary programme four times daily, Monday through Friday.