Posted on July 24th, 2012 No comments
There is fun for the whole family at the Kaanapali Beach Luau and a great deal at Maui Hawaii Luaus.
Have you ever been to a Maui Luau? Have you brought your children?
Normally you might not want to but the Kaanapali Beach Luau was created with you in mind.
Start the evening off with a traditional Hawaiian Lei greeting, watch the pig roast in the imu (fire pit).
Local music serenades your family as you take in the sights from local craftspeople.
Enjoy island style cuisine and get ready for a fascinating show. Dancers and musicians perform works from Samoa, Fiji, New Zealand, Tonga, and Hawaii.
All of this at the lowest luau prices on the island…
Children one FREE per paying adult
Available Mondays through Friday and Sundays.
Additional Children $50.00.
Posted on June 20th, 2012 No comments
When you enjoy a day snorleling on Maui’s own Quicksilver be sure to get exclusive prints of your great day from Maui No Ka Oi photography. You can get your image printed on photo paper, posters, giclees, even on coffee mugs, clcoks, tiles and more.
Come check out your prints or see the many happy people who enjoyed Maui’s own Quicksilver- June 2012 6/1/2012 – 6/30/2012ne 2012 6/1/2012 – 6/30/2012.
NoKa’Oi Maui Photos is Mark and Carol Stevens of Wailuku Maui.
They have been taking portraits at the boat for years and years. They consistently get the best shots as you expect.
Posted on March 4th, 2012 No comments
Boss Frog’s new Merchandise store is open for business and we know your going to love our styles. From our original Shark Tee to gorgeous cotton slub v-necks we’ve got a full line of logo wear. We also have select classic aloha shirts, Maui Jim sunglasses, snorkel gear and sturdy, stylish Reefwalker sandals and slippers. Boss Frog’s is world famous for snorkel cruises and whale watches and now you’ll be world famous with these classic logos.
Posted on February 25th, 2012 No comments
One of the most powerful Luaus on Maui is at the oldest commercial resort in Kihei, The Maui Lu.
This family oriented Luau is hosted by Chief “Fia Fia”, your ambassador to happiness on Maui, one of the most charismatic islanders Maui has to offer.
The Chief is well known for making everyone feel involved and a part of our family of islanders at this uniquely polynesian luau.
Come travel through time with cultural displays, crafts and local art from our varied Polynesian traditions while you enjoy the swaying palms of the 28 acre Maui Lu Estate grounds. Let the ukuleles, chanting and song transport you to old Hawaii and old Polynesia while the dancers hypnotize you with the wildly energetic pleasures of hula and interpretative dance. You’ll also want to check out the menu which is cooked on site.
Because the luau is family friendly, it has a byob policy.
Posted on November 20th, 2011 No commentsOh Hey, check out some great fares and take a leisurely day to old Hawaii, Molokai Style.
Come aboard the Maui princess and visit Kalaupapa where Father Damien proved beyond doubt, his sainthood.
He took in those who no one else would, he made their lives bearable under the hardest conditions, the pope Beatified him in 1995 and there is now a yearly observance in Hawaii of Father Damien day on the 15th of April. You can get a package deal of roundtrip ont he ferry, a van tour of the island to Kaulapapa and Father Damiens Church and enjoy great food. It’s right here at the Molokai Alii Van Tour.
Posted on November 11th, 2011 No comments
Maui’s own Jennifer Johnson captures more awesome footage off Maui, this time of a Hawaiian Monk seal. This seal is awesome and everyone in the area is exceedingly lucky to get the rara appearance. Jennifer gets lots of rare appearances and tons of beautiful underwater footage off the Maui Coast from Boss Frog’s own Quicksilver and FrogmanII boats. If you come on the Quicksilver to snorkel at Molokini, Turtle Town or other spots you are likely to meet Jennifer and have the chance to have your trip documented by her. Get a custom DVD of your day at snorkeling off Maui only from Frogman charters. If you want a custom underwater video, it can’t hurt to ask her at her facebook or just like her there to get beautiful underwater updates. Jennifer Johnson is a premiere Maui underwater videographer.
Posted on September 25th, 2011 No comments
There’s no time like September and October in Hawaii for sunset dinner cruises on the cooling evening ocean. Warm breezes and gorgeous sunsets combine for romance and light indulgences like no other. Look into each others eyes as the night falls and your hearts rise to the beat of pacific drums. Summer sunsets on the sea include
- Mouth Watering, Hand Carved Roasted Prime Rib.
- Pineapple Grilled Chicken with Ginger Soy Glaze.
- Rosemary New Potatoes.
- Vegetarian Pesto Pasta.
- Caesar Salad with Homemade Croutons and Parmesan.
- Tropical Fruit Salad with inseason fruit.
- Fresh Vegetable Medley.
- Vegetable Platter, Fresh Dinner Rolls, and more.
- Chocolate Macadamia Nut Brownies.
- Vegetarian Entrée Available (please reserve when booking.)
- 2 Drinks included at bar. Beer, Wine & Mai Tai’s. (Bring Photo ID. After first 2, drinks can be purchased.)
- Check out some great trip reviews at our Trip Advisor pages
Posted on July 1st, 2011 No comments
Haleakala is the largest dormant volcano on the earth, from its base below the sea to its height it is not the highest mountain on the earth but it is one of the tallest. Only Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa on the Big Island of Hawaii are taller. Haleakala tops Mount Everest from base to top by 675 odd feet! The drive to the top is one of the steepest vehicular ascents in the world to 10,000 feet from sea level.
World famous for the rare Silversword plant, awe inspiring sunrises and incredible geology, Haleakala is a place of wonder that has so much to do and so much to see. Hiking in the 11 kilometer double erosion basin is recommended for anyone fit enough to endure the rugged terrain and sparse amenities. The National Park Service maintains 3 cabins for visitors and 2 campgrounds. There are horse back rides and you can also day hike down the Sliding Sands trail and up the ‘Switchbacks’ but be sure your in shape, even the day hike is a 9 mile doozy with 2.9 miles up steep switchbacks.
Wait a second now, hiking is not all that’s in store on Haleakala, no there’s inspiration and awe for everyone, not just the rugged hikers. The sunrise at Haleakala’s peak is world famous and there are tours to take you to see it. Also exceedingly popular are the biking tours which bring you into the park for sunrise (or later if your not that eager to get up at 2 or 3 am.) and then drive just outside the park to bike the rest of the way down to Kula, Makawao or even sea level in Paia. Check out some of these great Haleakala Bike Tours right here through the links right here! If you solo rent a bikee sure to stop at Kula Lodge on the way down for a hot meal and a warm atmosphere with a great view. And remember, whatever way you enjoy Haleakala, is the right way, being one of the biggest mountains on earth has advantages after all, including the ability to please everyone.
Posted on June 13th, 2011 No comments
Where else in the world can you ride on horseback, snorkel and fly in a helicopter all in the same week? Plenty really. Ok, but where can you bike down a mountain, Watch whales and ride in a submarine? Ok not so many… Yeah true but where else can you tour an ancient whaler, play golf and parasail? Alright, alright still quite a few places. So what makes Maui Activities any different than say, the Caribbean, Jamaica, and Greece? Well come on over and find out why Conde Naste is still calling Maui the best island in the world.
There are so many things to do in so many different climates on this one island, you could come back every year for life and still have plenty to do. There’s no time like the present to hurry up and start enjoying Maui to the fullest. Aloha!
Posted on May 24th, 2011 No comments“great experience ”
We loved our trip to Molokini. We had heard that if the weather is bad, some places will take you just offshore to somewhere you could have just driven too. So, even though it was quite windy, we were really happy we were able to make it to Molokini. The crew was fabulous and made it a really fun experience. We felt it was a really good value for what you got. We even got to see humpback whales up close on the way back as a bonus! We really enjoyed the whole experience.From user:bltinabcAbbotsford, CanadaMarch 25, 2011Check out more of our great reviews at TripAdvisor!
Thank you bltinabc, we are glad you had a great time!
And here’s another review from the batch…“The Frogman Snorkeling Tour to Molokini”
What a fun trip. We had a great captain and crew and were able to spend a long time in the water. We went on a Sunday so we only snorkeled in Molokini and not in Turtle Town so I can’t comment on that tour but Molokini was beautiful. My wife and I have snorkeled off Mexico, in Kauai, and the Grand Caymen and Molokini is my favorite so far. Definitely join this crew for your snorkel tour. They had good food for both breakfast and lunch and it was the cheapest one we found. This trip left out of Maalaea Harbor.From user:Gdogg629
San Diego, CaliforniaMay 19, 2011
Check out more of our great reviews at TripAdvisor!
It’s true, people love the Frogman II Snorkeling Tour and we know you will to. Come on out and take a break from the land. We also have dinner cruises year long.