Blue Water Rafting Review

Like so many other people traveling to or living on Maui – I LOVE IT HERE! There is so much to explore and so much more that is left hidden– just beckoning for us to find! Recently, I have learned that Maui does not– and should not– be limited to what is on the island. Maui County has left me in awe and the paradise that spreads into the Pacific is breathtaking. One of my favorite ways to explore Maui– and show my friends anBlueWater_leftd family who come to viBlueWater_rightsit– is with Blue Water Rafting. The crew is terrific and they seem to have as much fun as the guests! As an adventure seeker, I am constantly looking for exhilarating ways to experience the island and thrills of Maui. For that, Blue Water Rafting exceeded my expectations! They even included snorkel gear and lunch so all we had to do was
climb aboard.

My favorite trip with Blue Water has been the Molokini Crater and Kanaio Coast trip, which leaves at 7:00 in the morning. It’s a 5-1/2 hour trip and every minute of it was amazing. This tour took my friends and I into sea caves and lava arches of Maui’s remote and rugged Kanaio Coast.

As a history buff, it was incredible to explore the secret coves and lava rock formations that took us back hundreds of years into Maui’s last volcanic eruptive period. My friends who live on island love it, too. Blue Water Rafting departs from a small boat deck in Kihei, so it’s perfect for people who live in Wailea, South Kihei, and Makena and is well worth driving from the west side for a day of fun. Take my word for it– if you’ve always lived on Maui or it’s your first time here, don’t miss this tour! Book online and find out more information at or give them a call at 808-879-7238.




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