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    Activities on Maui

    Things to do on Maui

    Making memories on Maui

    Known for lush valleys and picture-perfect beaches, Maui has something for everyone. Your adventure starts at the OUTRIGGER Kā‘anapali Beach Resort, home to a team of cultural practitioners that are dedicated to offering authentic, cultural experiences through a range of complimentary family-friendly daily cultural activities.  

    Experience Hawai'i

    Complimentary cultural activities

    ‘Ano ‘ai e nā hoaloha
    Welcome. We are so glad you’re here.

    Experience authentic Hawaiian culture from our team of cultural practitioners. All classes are complimentary for our guests. Class sizes are limited so be sure to reserve your spot by signing up at the Kawenaokeao Cultural Center in the lobby. Walk-ins are welcomed and subject to availability. 

    Classes are subject to rescheduling, change or cancellation. 

    Lei kukui

    Restringing

    Return guests are invited to bring their lei kukui and receive a white kukui nut. Allow us to guide you through restringing your lei with this special addition, welcoming you back as an integral part of our ‘ohana (family).

    Daily: 1:15 pm 

    Hula

    Dance of Hawai‘i

    More than a dance, hula tells the story of Hawaii's ancestral knowledge and history. Learn fundamental movements with insights into Hawaiian language and history expressed through the art of hula.

    Saturday - Thursday: 11:30 am

    ‘Ōlelo

    Hawaiian language 

    Embark on a linguistic journey through the Hawaiian alphabet, words, phrases, place names and proverbs.

    Monday, Wednesday, Saturday: 3:30 pm

    Mele

    Music through ‘ukulele

    Immerse yourself in the evolution of Hawaiian music while learning Hawaiian lyrics and a few chords on the ‘ukulele.

    Sunday: 3:30 pm, Friday & Saturday: 9:45 am

    Lei

    Make your own lei

    Uncover the cultural significance behind the lei, explore various styles and materials and create your unique lei using lā‘ī (ti leaves).

    Daily: 2:00 pm

    Maka‘ika‘i

    Garden tour

    Enjoy a guided stroll through our gardens and discover the cultural, spiritual and medicinal importance of our diverse collection of unique plants

    Sunday and Tuesday: 8:30 am

    Ma‘awe

    Hawaiian fiber art

    Observe a Hawaiian artisan at work using plant fibers, then create your own cherished memento inspired by this traditional craft.

    Sunday and Thursday: 9:45 am

    Kanikapila

    Aloha Friday singing

    The best day of the week - Aloha Friday! Join our hosts for our weekly performance to celebrate Hawaiian music, singing and dance. 

    Friday: 11:30 am

    Kāpala

    Stamping art 

    Discover the intricate process of decorating kapa, a Hawaiian bark cloth, using plant dyes. Design your own unique piece of kapa using various stamping tools.

    Monday, Thursday, Saturday: 8:30 am

    Pānānā

    Ocean navigation

    Explore the symbiotic relationship between nature’s elements and traditional seafaring techniques.

    Monday - Wednesday: 9:45 am

    Mea Ho‘okani

    Musical Treasures of Hawai‘i

    Enjoy a demonstration of Hawaiian musical instruments including the sounds of an ipu (gourd drum) and pū‘ili (bamboo rattle). Explore the intricate craftsmanship and cultural significance of these instruments.

    Wednesday and Friday: 8:30 am

    Mo‘olelo

    Hawaiian storytelling

    Be captivated by stories that convey profound life lessons, cultural values, and Hawaiian traditions.

    Tuesday and Friday: 3:30 pm

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    Cultural activities calendar

    Time Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
    8:30 am Maka‘ika‘i
    Garden tour
    Kāpala
    Bamboo stamp making
    Maka‘ika‘i
    Garden tour
    Mea Ho‘okani
    Hawaiian music instruments
    Kāpala
    Bamboo stamp making
    Mea Ho‘okani
    Hawaiian music instruments
    Kāpala
    Bamboo stamp making
    9:45 am Ma‘awe
    Hawaiian weaving
    Pānānā
    Ocean navigation
    Pānānā
    Ocean navigation
    Pānānā
    Ocean navigation
    Ma‘awe
    Hawaiian weaving
    Mele
    Hawaiian music and song
    Mele
    Hawaiian music and song
    11:30 am Hula
    Hawaiian dance
    Hula
    Hawaiian dance
    Hula
    Hawaiian dance
    Hula
    Hawaiian dance
    Hula
    Hawaiian dance
    Aloha Friday
    Singing
    Hula
    Hawaiian dance
    1:15 pm Lei Kukui Restringing Lei Kukui Restringing  Lei Kukui Restringing  Lei Kukui Restringing  Lei Kukui Restringing  Lei Kukui Restringing  Lei Kukui Restringing 
    2:00 pm Lei Hilo
    Make your own lei
    Lei Hilo
    Make your own lei
    Lei Hilo
    Make your own lei
    Lei Hilo
    Make your own lei
    Lei Hilo
    Make your own lei
    Lei Hilo
    Make your own lei
    Lei Hilo
    Make your own lei
    3:30 pm Mele
    Hawaiian music and song
    ‘Ōlelo Hawaiian language Mo‘olelo
    Hawaiian storytelling
    ‘Ōlelo Hawaiian language Mele
    Hawaiian music and song
    Mo‘olelo
    Hawaiian storytelling
    ‘Ōlelo Hawaiian language

    Classes are subject to rescheduling, change, or cancellation.

    Ocean activities

    Aqualani Beach & Ocean Recreation

    Find everything that you'll need to explore and enjoy Kaanapali Beach. Rentals include: snorkel gear, SUP boards, cabanas, beach umbrellas, lounge chairs, sand chairs, body boards, swim fins and more. 

    Call (808) 667-0134 to reserve or for additional information.

    Open daily 8:00am - 5:00pm

    Casabella

    Lounge in style with your own semi-private cabana. 

    SUP lesson

    Explore the ocean from above with a SUP lesson.

    Beach umbrella & chairs

    We've got you "covered", so all you need to do is to enjoy and relax!

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    Activities

    OUTRIGGER Activities & Experiences

    Our OUTRIGGER Activities & Experiences team can help recommend and plan activities tailored to your needs, from booking your activities, arranging transportation, dinner reservations, and providing local island news.

    Visit us in the hotel lobby or call (808) 667-0129, or ext 129 from your room.

    Open daily 8:00am - 5:00pm

    Discover Maui

    Haleakalā

    Sunrise and sunset are the most popular times to view the panoramic vistas at Maui’s dormant volcanic crater. Haleakalā National Park is open year-round to visitors. Guided tours are available, and reservations are required for all sunrise visitors.

    Book sunrise reservations

    Helicopter tours

    Get an unobstructed view of Maui from above and explore the lush valleys and cascading waterfalls. Choose from a variety of tours, all departing from the heliport at Kahului. 

    Book tour

    Luau

    Immerse yourself in the Hawaiian culture at one of Maui's luau shows. Dine on traditional dishes such as kalua pork and poi, and enjoy the music, dancing and storytelling of Hawaiian and Polynesian history and culture. 

    Make your reservation

    Ali’i Kula Lavender Farm

    Take a drive upcountry and see a different side of Maui. This 13.5 acre farm grows over 20 varieties of lavender, some which bloom year round. Explore the gardens at your leisure, or sign up for a guided walking tour. Visit the gift shop for unique items to take home with you.

    Learn more

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    Approximate travel times

      Kahului Airport Lahaina Kapalua Kihei Wailea Haleakala
    OUTRIGGER Kā‘anapali Beach Resort 50 minutes 10 minutes 15 minutes 50 minutes 55 minutes 2 hours

    Complimentary Kā`anapali Trolley

    Make the most of your time on Maui on board the Kāʻanapali Trolley, complimentary for our guests to use to explore Whalers Village, Kāʻanapali Golf Course and Fairway Shops. Pick-up and returns are scheduled throughout times the day. 

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    Join us

    Annual cultural events

    Celebrating Hawaiian culture
    Kauluhiwaolele

    Kauluhiwaolele Maui Fiber Arts Conference recognizes the multiple ways we utilize Hawaiian plant material. Leaves, bark, sedges and roots are just some of the fibers used to weave, twill, twine and knot into precious creations.

    Postponed until further notice

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