Things to Do in Lahaina Maui
The quaint town of Lahaina Maui is filled with history and storied traditions that have been passed down through the years. Once the capital city of Hawaii, Lahaina was the whaling hub of the Pacific during the 1800s and hosted ships from around the world during that time. Though those years are long gone, the history remains.
Today, Lahaina is the hub of activity on Maui for a different reason, and a visit to the storied town revels plenty of fun things to do. The harbor is the home of many of the must do ocean activities, with snorkeling, sailing, dinner cruises, and seasonal whale watching all originating from Lahaina Harbor.
Front St. is also one of the most notable streets in all of Hawaii, with a variety of restaurants and shops providing visitors with a place to stroll, shop, and dine.
So many visitors to the island are looking for more than the typical activity, seeking entertainment that stretches beyond outdoor adventures and activities, and Lahaina has the answer.
4 days a week, the historic Maui Theatre in Lahaina hosts the thrilling show “Ulalena”, a magical journey into the mythical history of Hawaii, told through images, dance, music, humor, songs, and acrobatics. The show features performers flying high above the stage, defying gravity and thrilling audiences for the duration of the show. Ulalena will carry you to the heart of cherished legends and myths of Hawaii.
During your visit to Maui, a visit to Lahaina should be on your things of things to do. Lahaina is a historic town that features many great activities and some of the most popular restaurants that are absolute musts during a visit. Front St. comes alive during the day and into the night, offering a nightlife that is second to none on the island. Be sure to visit Lahaina and enjoy all that it has to offer, sure to be an amazing part of your trip to Maui.
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