Pride of Maui

Wailuku, HI

5 (6 reviews)

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Address: 101 Maalaea Rd, Wailuku, HI 96793 How do we get there? Number: 808-242-0955
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About this activity

Hawaii is AMAZING - the oceans are clear, the wildlife is stunning, and the adventures to be had are never-ending! 

Pride of Maui is a tour operator in Maui, Hawaii, that LOVES taking the family out on these adventures on their spacious vessel (they say the most spacious on the island!)

The crew is experts in the area, so on any tour you book, you know you are surrounded by people who LOVE what they do and are happy to answer any questions!

Pride of Maui wants to show your family the most beautiful places on the island. We don't mean the beaches or the mountains...what they offer you are underneath the water!

The great thing about the Pride of Maui tours is that it doesn't matter if you're an expert diver or a novice at snorkeling - they have the perfect adventure in the ocean for you!

Want to hear some of the fun tours you can do? We're happy to tell you! You can journey to another world to one of only three sheltered volcanic calderas in the world - teeming with sea life! Snorkel around this amazing part of the world, and then head over to say hello to the Hawaiian green sea turtles swimming around an incredible coral reef.

If it's the larger sea mammals that you want, then check out the whale watch and snorkel tour! The whole family can enjoy an amazing scenic cruise before heading out to some epic whale watching and snorkeling - all in one afternoon! 

Towards the end of the day, the family can enjoy the sunset cocktail cruise with freshly cooked food and music, and you can even hire your own boat if you wanted a more personal experience!

Get out and experience the fantastic sites of Maui - it's an experience the kids aren't likely to forget any time soon! (And it's educational too!) 

Activity location


From Wailuku / Kahului:

Take Hwy 30 (Honoapi’ilani Hwy) & keep going straight until you reach the main intersection for the Maui Ocean Center. Turn left at the lights and drive into the harbor.

by car 12 min (7.0 mil)
by bus (nr. 20) 28 min (7.0 mil)
by bike 33 min (7.0 mil)


From Lahaina:

Drive Southbound on Hwy 30 (Honoapi’ilani Hwy), as the road opens up after the tunnel, you will see a sign for Maalaea Harbor, and you will see Buzz’s Wharf. Turn right at the Maalaea Harbor Sign. If you pass the Maui Ocean Center on your right – then you’ve gone TOO FAR!

by car 30 - 45 min (15.2 mil)
by bus (nr. 20) 47 min (15.2 mil)
by bike 1h 38 min (14.9 mil)


From Kihei / Wailea:

Drive Northbound on the Pi’ilani Hwy (Hwy 31), or S. Kihei Rd and follow the signs that take you to Hwy 31. Eventually, that road will end in a T-intersection. Get in the left turn lane to follow the signs pointing to Lahaina. Turn left and get onto Hwy 30 (Honoapi’ilani Hwy). After a few minutes, you will see the main intersection for the Maui Ocean Center on your left. Turn left at the lights and drive into the harbor.

by car 15 - 20 min (6.8 mil)
by bus 31 min (7.0 mil)
by bike 36 min (6.8 mil)

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How much does it cost?



From $259



From $239



Online discounts available


Free Under

Under 5 goes free


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Pride of Maui FAQ’s

Even though you are among wildlife, the staff know how to look after them so they are stress free, so make sure you don't harass the wildlife as they are protected.

Strollers are great for toddlers and infants.

The Molokini & Turtle Town Snorkel Tour comes with a delicious breakfast and a BBQ lunch, and the afternoon Turtle Snorkel Tour comes with a tasty BBQ lunch.

All of your gear is provided so you don't have to pick up anything except your swimmers.

You can take home a souvenir photo or video CD!

Strollers are great for toddlers and infants.

They have lots of healthy options that are part of their meals, so don't worry! They even have tropical fruit for breakfast, fresh off the island!

Give them a call to check the accessibility of the tours. To snorkel or swim, you need to be physically mobile.

Don't forget your camera, sunglasses, reef-safe sunscreen, towels, and hand sanitizer!

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