Hawaiian Canoe Experience
The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui offers participants a truly unique and exclusive opportunity to get immersed in the ways of the Island's seafarers through its Hawaiian Canoe Experience. Participants learn the basics of paddling, the history of the canoe and its importance to Hawaiian heritage, and examples of native chants used when navigating the ocean.
Things to know:
1 hour excursion
- Monday – Friday beginning at 6:00 am (begins at 7:00 am December thru February)
- 6 man outrigger canoe holds 2 staff paddlers and 4 guests for each excursion
- Complimentary for resort guests (10 yrs +)
**The Hawaiian Canoe Experience fills up quickly and advanced reservations are required.
For more information or to make reservations please contact the Concierge Desk at (808) 875-4100 extension 290 or email email@example.com.
Hawaiian Cultural Tour
This 45-minute walking activity includes information on native and non-native plants such as laua'e, papaya, and sugar cane along with their uses by the Hawaiian people. The knowledgeable guides also discuss the legend of Maui, the Demigod, and point out visible neighboring islands. For more information please contact the Concierge Desk at (808) 875-4100 extension 290 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
‘Ōlelo Hawai‘i Session
Guests may join us for a “talk story” session on ‘Olelo Hawai‘i (Hawaiian language). In this 45-minute activity, guests learn about the history of the Hawaiian language, how to pronounce words they see around the islands, and more. Thursdays at 9:00am , Luana Lounge. For more information please contact the Concierge Desk at (808) 875-4100 extension 290 or email@example.com.
Hawaiian Sailing Canoe Adventures
Sail, snorkel and paddle into Hawai’i’s ancient past with Hawaiian Sailing Canoe Adventures. This unique eco tour takes guests aboard the Hawaiian Sailing Canoe, or “wa’apea,” with an experienced, knowledgeable crew born and raised right here in Hawai’i. The canoe, which has a bright red sail, departs off of Polo Beach in front of The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui. The tour includes snorkeling with sea turtles, seasonal whale watching, and learning Hawaiian history and culture. Juice/water and snorkel gear are provided and digital pictures included. For more information, contact the Concierge Desk at (808) 875-4100 extension 290.
Wailea Tennis Club
The Wailea Tennis Club is one of the finest tennis facilities in the state, with eleven hard courts, a half-court for practice, a fully stocked pro shop and a staff of USPTA-certified professionals. A recipient of Tennis Magazine's top tennis resorts award for many years, the Wailea Tennis Club creates an environment akin to a ''home away from home'' country club.
Amenities and services include a stadium court large enough to accommodate one thousand cheering spectators, a range of activities and lesson programs, complimentary game matching, rental racquets and ball machines, and the latest in equipment, apparel and accessories.
To book court-times, call (808) 879-1958.
Mountain Biking Down The Volcano
View a spectacular sunrise from the summit of the 10,025' Haleakala crater, then coast 38 miles back to sea level on one of our exhilarating bike tours. Photo opportunities are abundant as you wind through several climate zones and take in the panoramic views of Maui. Depending on the tour and departure time, breakfast or lunch will be served and all trips include gear, escort vans and round-trip transportation.
Experience the crystal clear waters and abundant marine life on one of the many snorkeling tours available on Maui. Destinations include Coral Gardens, Turtle Town and Molokini Crater to name a few. Molokini Crater is a crescent-shaped volcanic island just off the west coast of Maui, that is one of the top dive sites in the world. Many of the trips include meals, beverages and all equipment. Depending on the season, whale and dolphin sightings can be quite common.
Scuba diving in Hawaii can be an exciting, wonderful experience. In Maui County, which includes the Islands of Maui, Lanai, and Molokai, the tiny crescent shaped volcanic island just off Maui's west coast, the diving is plentiful with a lot of variety. Just like anywhere else the local conditions will vary. Generally there is better visibility on boat dives rather than shore dives. However, with shore dives there is more variety. Most (but not all) of the dive boats go to specific areas, sort of a ''known quantity'' for diving. Some of the smaller operations will try to make the experience more memorable, often by being more flexible as to where to dive.
Test your fishing skills with big game deep sea fishing aboard Coast Guard licensed vessels. With years of experience, your captain will take you to the north shore of Molokai or ''backside'' of Lanai to fish for Blue Marlin, Striped Marlin, Spearfish, Tuna, Ono (Wahoo), Mahi Mahi and Shark. All equipment is included and charters can be private or shared.
* Rates are subject to change without notice. Guests should verify with the company offering the activity.
Please keep in mind all Maui tours and activities must be booked in advance and the most popular activities often book up quickly. Contact Chesha’s Pre Arrival Concierge Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or (808) 875-4100 ext. 290 to set up a personalized itinerary before you arrive.