You saved, you budgeted, you researched, you planned, you booked, you packed, you arrived!
You’re on the picturesque island of Maui. Maybe it’s your annual trip, perhaps your honeymoon, maybe a solo trip, perhaps a family reunion, brought the kids, just a couples trip, once in a lifetime travel destination…….
Whatever, however, whoever brought you to Maui, you are here. You are ready to explore every incredible acre of this beautiful island. You’ve seen endless photos of landscapes that have been engrained in your memory, you’ve heard stories of adventurous mountain hikes with views that simply can’t be described to a depth of the actual experience, the Road to Hana has taken on a life of its own in all that you have researched about the curves, bridges, cliffs, waterfalls and don’t forget the delicious banana bread that can be found just waiting for you at one of the roadside stands along this road trip.
And then the rain comes? Rain in Hawai’i. On your vacation. Wondering what to do on a rainy day on Maui?
- Maui Ocean Center Ma’alea: explore under the sea habitats and learn about local sea creatures.
- Iao Valley Theatre Wailuku: see local actors performing in Mauis historic theatre.
- Maui Feather Lei Wailuku: learn to make lei & the history behind these beautiful wears.
- Friends & Faire Workshop Wailuku: create a Hawaiian inspired craft & make new friends.
- Alec & Baldwin Sugar Museum Kahului: step back in time and learn the history of sugar cane on the islands.
- Maui Humane Society Kahului: pick up toys, treats or food and head over to visit the animals. Bring a little sunshine to their day and yours.
- Baldwin Home Museum Lahaina: embrace the history of the island.
- Island Art Party Kihei: create a one of a kind art piece to take home.
- Escape Kihei: test your team building and detective skills.
- Kula Lodge Kula: warm up by the fire and have a delicious meal.
- Kula Marketplace Kula: shop and explore local made treasures.
Take a walk. Listen to the rain as it makes its own music as it drops on the leaves of a banana tree. Look inside a ginger flower at how the rain puddles inside her brightly colored pedals. Notice the way the raindrops pearl up on the hibiscus flower enhancing the already beautiful botanical wonder.
Look for rainbows. Rainbow chasing is invigorating, exciting, youthful. Maui is known for rainbows. Spectacular, full, bright, double, breathtaking rainbows.
There is always a freshness after a good rain. Embrace this weather. Slow down. Read a book. Write a postcard. Do a puzzle. Make a call. Play a game. The rain won’t last. The sun will prevail.
At Go Rent A Car Maui we love to share our favorite Maui activities with our rental car guests. So much to do, learn, explore and share on this beautiful island we so gratefully call home.
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