Participants in Go Pac Golf tours may bring non-golfing guests or family members with them on the tour.
Depending on age, fitness levels, abilities and interests, GPG can coordinate activities for the non-golfing guests.
Price will vary slightly depending on the activities chosen.
Activities may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Haleakala, translated as “ house of the sun” is the highest peak on Maui at 10,023 feet, and is the result of a sequence of lava flows dating back about 2 million years. A dormant but not extinct volcano, Haleakala provides a spectacular summit and exploratory experience for the avid hiker, horseback rider, cyclist, and sightseer.
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Maui is named after an ancient demigod who is said to have pulled the island up from the sea with a fishhook. Learn about local culture and history through magical song, dance and story telling in the local luau. Visit chapters in Maui’s history; documented through its historical sites. These houses, schools, archeological sites, ships and shipwrecks are noted in the national registry of historic places.
There may never be a better time in history to view humpback whales in Maui as there is now, particularly between January and April, when a population of migrant humpbacks come to play and give birth in the warm Hawaiian waters. Local marine experts have noted that the population of Humpbacks has doubled over the past decade.
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Maui is an exceptional place for the aspiring waterman and water -woman. Surfing, boogie boarding, windsurfing, kite surfing, stand-up paddle boarding, kayaking, snorkeling, scuba diving, sailing, and parasailing are all common activities here in Maui. We encourage you to spend as much time as you can in, on, and around these warm ocean waters..
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