While Maui turns out the lights at 10pm we still have a lot more enjoyable things to do then the typical nightlife attractions of Oahu. Just remember that 10pm is the new 2am when you’re cruising the ideas of what to do.

Book a sunset cruise. What a thrilling way to enjoy a breathtaking romantic view of the sun setting while chefs prepare an assortment of hot and cold appetizers that are guaranteed to satisfy. Enjoy evening dolphin and whale watching while you kick back and relax on any of Maui’s incredible sunset cruises. Sound relaxing and fun at the same time? What are you waiting for?

Enjoy live entertainment. The power of music is always available to strike a chord in your spirit with a number of venues across island. From the Maui Arts and Cultural Center shows to local scene venues you really can’t go wrong no matter where you choose to spend your time. Friday night town parties are also a great way to capture the flavor of Maui’s cultural and fun sounds of the town. Book shows early so you will get the best seats!

Book a live show. If you haven’t already done a luau or seen a show like “Ulalena” you are totally missing out! Check out the exciting shows and appearances at the MACC or book  Tripadvisor’s #1 voted activity on Maui to see the incredible show Burn’n Love with Elivs Presley.  Another recommend show with top performers can be found at Warren and Annabelle’s Magic Show. No matter what you choose it will be worth the exciting and fun night out!

Dine under the stars. When the Hawaii Regional Cuisine was established in 1991 by 12 Hawaii chefs this set a culinary movement to blend diverse, ethnic flavors of cuisines from all around the world. One of the efforts has been to take advantage of the most freshest local island ingredients from places like Kula and Upcountry Maui, where the rich volcanic soil and cool climates are on the slopes of Haleakala. These areas are used to raise cattle, grow fruits and vegetables and produce Maui’s famous sweet onion. Wherever you choose to dine under the stars place such as Beverly Gannon (Haliimaile General Store, Joe’s), Mark Ellman (Mala Ocean Tavern, Mala Wailea) and Peter Merriman (Hula Grill, Merriman’s Kapalua). Other fine restaurants are in the resort areas of Kapalua, Kaanapali, Lahaina, Kihei and Wailea  all feature the unique flavors of Hawaii Regional Cuisine. Are you hungry yet?

Stargaze up at Haleakala is an awesome way to spend your evening. Rated 5 stars on Trip Advisor how can you miss the incredible views of the island and our Milky Way hovering above us. The park is open 24 hours a day with 2 visitor center stops. You can book a stargazing tour ahead of time or take advantage