maui recovery adventure therapy

Adventure Therapy

At Maui Recovery, we try to create a variety of such nature immersion/adventure therapy opportunities where clients can also experience just such a potentially life-saving “shift”.

Hawaii's Renaissance Man


George Kahumoku Jr, is a multiple Grammy & Hoku Award winning master Slack Key Guitarist, vocalist, songwriter, performer, teacher, artist and sculptor, storyteller and writer, farmer and entrepreneur.

The clients at Maui Recovery assist on his farm in Kahakoloa, which is a sacred native Hawaiian Area. The Client do agricultural work on the farm during the day and share a meal from what they harvested at night. George and some of his family members preform live music while everyone enjoys a meal together to finish the cultural experience. After the meal, George performs music for our clients and Facebook live with literally millions of followers watching.

Maui Recovery Utilizes Several Snorkeling


  • Molokini Crater

    When snorkeling at Maui’s Molokini, you can expect to find a sunken volcanic crater that drops off into the ocean’s abyss. The crater has an abundance of marine life and lots of tropical fish, which is quite impressive. Molokini’s unique crescent shape provides a natural barriers from the currents and waves. This local snorkeling spot is particularly suitable for beginner to intermediate snorkelers.

  • Turtle Town

    Turtle Town is a special Maui Snorkeling spot. If youre wanting to see the Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles, Turtle Town offers some of the best snorkeling spots. This unique snorkeling spot has lava formations that attract marine life, especially Green Sea Turtles. Turtle Town waters are calm and protected from winds. Turtle are graceful in the water, even if they can be massive creatures growing up to four feet across and weigh as much as 400 pounds! It’s important to respect the turtles at Turtle Town, because Hawaiian green sea turtles are an endangered species.

  • Turtle Reef

    One of Maui’s nest snorkeling locations is Turtle Reef. Two amazing encounters that Maui’s snorkelers can anticipate are the manta rays and black tip nursery sharks. Both harmless species, snorkeling with them is an adventure not to be missed! Turtle Reef is home to hundreds of manta rays and a nursery for the black tip reef sharks. If the oceanlife isn’t enough to entice snorkeling Maui, the reef itself features large coral heads, some dating hundreds of years old

Hiking in Maui


  • Twin Falls

    One of the many pleasures of Maui is that it boasts vastly varied landscapes.
    Twin Falls crystallizes the depths of the islands diversity. Located on the Road to Hana, this roadside attraction isn’t one to miss. Visitors hike to its waterfalls and is accessible to most.
    Visitors are often amazed by the teeming forests and stunning foliage and rare treasures, all of which is fueled by the abundant rain that showers down on the Ho’olawa Valley.

  • Iao Valley

    If you’re traveling through Maui’s central plains, you won’t miss the sight of ‘Lao Needle’ – the erosion vestige of West Maui’s last eruption over 320,000 years ago. The emerald-green and surreal shape, rises 1200 from the valley floor. The sacredness of the region continues to be felt today in its often-surging stream and botanical wonderland, where endemic and non-native species grow in a cacophony of green. ‘Iao’s short hike is accessible to most, and presents beguiling views of deep vales, titillating ridges, and the island’s coastline – so beautiful, in fact, that Mark Twain dubbed this National Natural Landmark the “Yosemite of the Pacific”.

  • Makawao Forrest

    Located 3,000 feet above sea level, this lovely trail is Muir territory. The mist, mystery and quiet invigoration is a biker lovers paradise, where families and thrill-seekers can be found in equal numbers. The main trail is Kahakapao Loop Trail, which runs parallel to the gorge and through the lush forest. Youre likely to hear birds, and come across white ginger, ti, and tropical ash.

Outrigger Canoeing


If you have ever seen a postcard from Hawaii, you’ve probably seen an outrigger canoe. The long, sleek vessels are traditional canoes Hawaiians have used for centuries. Today, they’re used for everything from whale watching to racing. If you’re interested in marine life, history and culture, the Maui Recovery outrigger canoeing experience is right for you. You’ll learn about the island of Maui right from its beautiful waters.

Combine a thrilling ocean adventure with fascinating information about Hawaiian culture and endemic marine life. This is absolutely one of our favorite ocean activities on Maui, and perfect for families, groups, couples or solo travelers seeking the experience of a lifetime.

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