Area Attractions

Inspiration awaits on the island of Maui. The ideal location of Wailea situated on the south shore of the island allows travelers to experience both adventures on the land and under the sea. The adventurers can explore the underwater world of the Pacific on a snorkeling expedition across miles of gorgeous reef or take a day trip to ascend the rugged trails of volcano at Haleakala National Park. In the heart of Wailea, guests can experience an authentic beachfront Polynesian luau right at the resort after hitting the links at the Emerald Golf Course, a five-minute drive away.

Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort

3550 Wailea Alanui Drive
Wailea, Hawaii, United States, 96753



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Beach Activities

Outrigger Canoe Paddle

Learn the basics of paddling and the history of the canoe and its importance to the Hawaiian Heritage on this 25 minute journey along the south Maui coast. Daily: 7:30, 8:00, 8:30, and 11:00 AM Reservations required, and may not be made in advance of check-in date. Please sign up at Bumbye Kiosk. Included in resort fee experience Location: Mokapu Beach *Reservations required

Guided Kayak Tour

Enjoy a slow paced kayak tour along the Wailea coast. Search for Hawaiian sea life and during whale season Maui's famous humpback whales. Enjoy the beauty of Maui from the water as the sun rises above Haleakala. Daily 10:00 AM. Included in resort fee experience. Reservations required, and may not be made in advance of check-in date. Please sign up at Bumbye Kiosk. Location: Mokapu Beach

Stand-Up Paddle Group Lesson

No matter your fitness or experience level, cruise around, catch waves or surf downwind on a stand up paddle board. View beautiful reefs, observe ocean wildlife and get a core workout – all while standing! Daily: 7:00, 8:00 and 9:00 AM. Included in resort fee experience . Location: Mokapu Beach *Reservations required, and may not be made in advance of check-in date. Please sign up at Bumbye Kiosk.

Wailea Scuba

This five star scuba tour company servicing all of Makena, Wailea & Kihei is nestled in the heart of Wailea along with resorts such as Andaz Maui at Wailea Resort, The Four Seasons Resort Maui, Wailea point and Shops at Wailea. Hotel/Condo transportation via 7 passenger Cadillac Escalade.

Day Trips

Haleakala National Park

For breathtaking sunrises and exquisite sunsets, take off on an outdoor adventure hiking or horseback riding through 30,000 acres filled with high peaks and dramatic volcanic landscapes. Reservations required.


Perched on the mid-slopes of Maui’s Haleakala volcano, engage with cowboys as you wrangle cattle at the rodeo and horseback ride through Maui’s vast upcountry fields.


Enjoy the rich history of Lahaina town by taking a relaxing stroll down Front Street or taking a break under the massive Banyan tree located in the town square.


Founded in the early 1900s as a plantation town, Lanai City was home to the island’s booming pineapple industry. Years ago, Lanai was responsible for 75 percent of the world’s pineapple production, and the fruit is still celebrated in the city’s annual Pineapple Festival. Take the ferry to explore this unique island for unique shopping and inexpensive dining.

Arts & Culture

Maui Ocean Center

The Maui Ocean Center is an aquarium and oceanography center located in Maalaea, Hawaii on the island of Maui. Excellent aquarium takes about two hours to tour. Includes exhibits about Maui’s sea life, including live fish, sharks, turtles, rays, and others.

Pineapple Plantation Tour

Maui Pineapple Company offers a 2½ hour tour of their pineapple fields in Kapalua (north of Kaanapali and Lahaina). You will learn all about pineapple growing, and taste just-picked fresh pineapple.


Maui Arts & Cultural Center (The MACC)

Celebrate the spirit and sounds of the Hawaiian Islands at this popular performing arts center and dance studio that features an outdoor stage for concerts and productions. Browse the collection of visual arts and permanent exhibits or learn a craft in the classroom.