Maui Free Things to Do
Valley Isle Activities & Experiences
Free things to do on Maui plus things to do that are almost free, $10 or less, that are more than worth your time.
This brief article is meant to introduce you to some of the free attractions and activities you can partake in on the island of Maui, Hawaii. Below we've covered a few of our favorite free or nearly free activities.
Haleakala National Park
Haleakala National Park, featuring the incredible summit or 'House of the Sun,' rises to an impressive 10,023 feet above sea level. You can find this volcanic beauty in the Haleakala National Park in upcountry Maui. Admission is only $10 and is good for three days. Plus this admission price also grants you access to the Oheo Gulch area, which is a must-see.
If heaven had a highway, the Road to Hana would be pretty close. This incredible 56-mile drive is all about the journey, not the destination. And beyond Hana town are some of the most incredible waterfalls and coastal areas on the island.
If you've ever wanted to snorkel in Hawaii, south Maui is your best bet. South Maui offers a variety of excellent snorkeling locations that are home to a large variety of ocean life.
The Iao Valley offers you the chance to step back in time to learn about Maui's past, all while offering stunning views of the verdant valley, famously known for the Iao Needle within. Admission is just $5.00.
Big Beach along south Maui's coast is sure to give you plenty of room to stretch your beach fun. The near mile long beach is just the right size for those looking for a little beach seclusion.
Explore the historic Lahaina town area. This town is a great place to also do some shopping or dining while you're here.
Enjoy the beautiful blue-green waters of Hamoa Beach. Rated one of the top beaches in the world year after year, you simply can't miss this stop.