Maui’s central location within the Hawaiian island chain offers you unique access to customized day trips by helicopter, boat or jet. Allow your Personal Assistant to plan an exciting adventure to one of the five Hawaiian islands, just for you.
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Experience all that Hawaii has to offer from Basecamp Maui

  • On Big Island, visit a Kona coffee farm or fly over the dormant volcano.
  • Explore the breathtaking waterfalls and cliffs of Molokai by charter yacht.
  • Experience Shipwreck Beach along Keoneloa Bay on a trip to Lanai by charter helicopter or private yacht.
  • Take a luxury yacht to Molokini and scuba dive off the back of a submerged volcano rim.
  • Discover Oahu's attractions, including Pearl Harbor and The Mighty Mo, or boost your adrenaline with a dive in a shark cage.

Distances to outer islands

Maui – Molokai
7.5 miles
Maui – Lanai
8 miles
Maui – Kaho’olawi
6 miles
Maui – Big Island
26 miles
Maui – Oahu
116 miles (25-minute flight)

Hawaii Attractions

  • Steam rises from hot lava flowing over black rocks into ocean
    Kilauea volcano, The Big Island

    The most active volcano on the Big Island is currently erupting at its summit, flooding the floor of Halemaumau Crater with fresh lava flows.

  • Coffee grower demonstrates how beans are grown to a couple at Koa Koffee Farm
    Kona Coffee Farms, The Big Island

    Hawaii is the only state in the union that lies in the “coffee belt” and the most famous farms are from the Kona growing area on the Big Island.

  • Seven Sacred Pools waterfalls at O'heo Gulch, Maui, Hawaii
    Seven Sacred Pools, Maui

    On the Hana side of Haleakala National Park, these waterfalls reach from the mountain to the ocean and feature several swimmable pools.

  • Molokini crater, south of Maui

    While a great breathtaking dive for all, the rear side of the Molokini Crater is suitable for more advanced divers and plummets 300 feet (91 metres).

  • Haleakala ? Maui's dormant volcano
    Haleakala crater, Maui

    The Haleakala Crater vibrates with stories of ancient and modern Hawaiian culture. Take a hike through stark volcanic landscapes and subtropical rainforests.

  • Aerial view of Koko Crater on Oahu with pink clouds in the background and dark-blue ocean in the foreground
    Diamond Head State Monument, O'ahu

    This extinct volcano is a popular hiking destination with a rugged trail leading to panoramic views.

  • Aerial view of two men fishing off white boat with fishing rods
    Alenuihaha channel sport fishing, between the Big Island and Maui

    At 6,810 feet (2,076 metres), the Alenuihaha Channel is one of the deepest in Hawaii and a favourite spot for sport fishing.

  • A sideview of a yellow holicopter, seen through an opening in a rock structure.
    Private helicopter charter

    View otherwise inaccessible waterfalls, beaches and rainforests from your own private aircraft.

  • Two people in yellow kayak in front of large white yacht by island in blue ocean
    Private Yacht charter

    Book a luxurious yacht to explore the Hawaiian islands.

  • A couple sits on a 1957 Porsche Speedster replica at sunset
    1957 Porsche Speedster replicas

    Access Maui in style with an exhilarating driving experience on one of the most scenic islands in the world. The 1957 Porsche 356 Speedster convertible is one of automotive history's most iconic sports cars.

  • Jet Edge private jet parked on airport runway
    Private Jet

    Fly inter-island in extreme comfort and on your own schedule.

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