Here are a few of my favorite Maui to-dos. Haleakala definitely tops the list, together with whale watching (January-March).
We hiked the first portion of the West end of the Lahaina Pali Trail. The hike and the views are just incredible.
The Road to Hana is one of Maui’s more popular tourist attractions. Here are some tips on making it a great experience!
La Perouse Bay lies at the south end of Maui’s lava fields. This is an in-out hike across lava rocks with amazing ocean views.
Hosmer’s Grove is a short easy hike just inside Haleakala National Park. There are two parts – a non-native, and a native section.
My upcountry walk netted me strawberries and lilikoi tarts. Between the cool walk and sweet treats, it was the perfect morning!
Wailea’s best walk winds its way ocean front of the Wailea resorts. The Wailea Beach Walk has the best ocean views!
My favorite easy upcountry walk has got to be Thompson Road in Kula. I love the plants, horses, bi-coastal views and cooler temperatures.
This weekend’s summer adventure was the Kapalua Coastal Trail. While an hour’s drive from Kihei, it was a beautiful oceanfront hike.
I enjoyed a wonderful stroll along the Sugar Beach Walk the other day. This is a five mile long stretch of beach with gorgeous ocean views.
Today we explored a portion of the Waiakoa Loop Trail. After our driving adventure, it was a beautiful walk in the forest listening to birds.
Yesterday we hiked the Waihee Ridge Trail. The views were amazing and I loved seeing all the ferns. The hike itself is all uphill and difficult.
I love going upcountry for an early morning walk – especially when it involves coffee and a treat from Grandma’s Coffee House in Keokea.
The Waihou Spring hike is located in upcountry Olinda in an experimental pine forest. There are no views but it’s a beautiful hike.
Have you visited Iao Valley? This is a short hike with stairs with great historical significance to Hawaiians.