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Our Walking Tours

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Kihei Walking Tour

Join Maui Walking Tours on a guided walk through the history of Kihei. Learn about the Hawaiian community that called this region of South Maui home, the influence of the US military during WWII, and the tourism boom of the 1960s and 1970s. Stories shared on the walk were collected first hand through one-on-one meetings with city architects, historians, authors, county officials, cultural advisors, and families that have lived in Kihei for multiple generations.

Tour Length: 75 minutes (1 mile)

Start Time: We start between 5pm and 6pm so the tour ends just in time for you to enjoy a Maui sunset over the ocean!

Tour Days: Monday and Wednesday

Wailuku History &
Street Murals Tour

Wailuku has been Maui's commercial hub for over a century.  Home to the Maui County Courthouse, original police headquarters, New England inspired churches built by the first missionaries, one of the oldest bowling alley's in the state, and the charming Iao Theater (placed on the National Register of Historic Places), there are plenty of colorful stories to hear about.

The town of Wailuku has also enjoyed a revitalization of street art over the last decade. Numerous international urban art projects and Maui County initiatives have lead to the creation of more than 30 murals across building facades in Wailuku. Learn about the artists, their inspirations, and the Hawaiian culture/legends depicted in these beautiful murals!

Tour Length: 90 minutes

Start Time: TBD (coming soon!)

Tour Days: TBD (coming soon!)

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