Yes, you should bring the kids on your Maui vacation. There's plenty to do, and a lot of it is outdoors—which is where most families want to be when visiting the Valley Isle.
The island is grand in its natural state, and you'll discover contrasting landscapes, from sweeping views of Wailuku and Central Maui while on the path of Kealia Pond National Refuge, to the glistening waters and powdery sands of Makena beach.
With all of Maui's natural pleasures, there's no need for an advance payment on tickets to an otherwise expensive theme park or having to push through an overly crowded attraction with lines that snake around a building. Let the following tips below guide you to an inexpensive yet adventurous family-friendly tour of some of the island's most picturesque locales.