Dive beneath the waves to the technicolor reefs and coral forests of the Molokini Crater. This world famous destination is a marine life sanctuary, and features some of the clearest waters in the South Pacific. The curve of the islet protects its waters from the open sea, making it the perfect place for wildlife to flourish. The crater is one of three volcanic calderas in the world, and it is home to over 250 species of fish. Put on your flippers and goggles and glide through marine magic in an unforgettable snorkeling safari.
No Hawaiian adventure is complete without a classic foray into it’s national pastime. Surf’s up! It’s time to stoke the swells of the best waves in the world. Professional guides will get you going, and before you know it you’ll be reading and riding the rolling sea. At Kanaha Beach you’ll get a three-day sampler of surfing waves and wind!
After you’ve immersed yourself in the wonders of paradise, you’ll be primed to give back to the island you’ve come to love. You’ll spend three days working with local organizations to restore cultural sites in the Honokowai Valley or studying native fish species in their coral habitats. Through your projects you will learn the importance of sustainability and ecological preservation alongside Maui locals.
Experience Maui from ancient trails as you hike around this iconic island. Traveling by foot instead of flipper, you’ll encounter lush rain forests, epic waterfalls, and panoramic coastline views. Trek through time as you discover the geological history of Maui and learn what gives Hawaii such a diverse topography. These afternoon hikes will have you covering ground, making you appreciate this slice of paradise even more!
|Current Grade for 2020-2021||8th-9th|
|JUNE 11-JUNE 24, 2022||Available for 2022||Inquire|
|JUNE 27-JULY 10, 2022||Available for 2022||Inquire|
|JULY 13-JULY 26, 2022||Available for 2022||Inquire|