Your best-ever trip to Maui

Snorkel. Shop. Drive a stunningly beautiful road. Here are a local's suggestions on the best things to do on the island
Paul Wood


Where to stay:

» Hana Kai Maui From $185.

» Heavenly Hana Inn From ​$350; three-night minimum; 808/248-8442.

» Hotel Hana-Maui From $495.

» Old Wailuku Inn at Ulupono From $165; two-night minimum.

Where to eat:

» Anthony’s Coffee Company $; 90 Hana Hwy., Pa‘ia; 800/882-6509.

» Feast at Lele $110, $84 ages 2–12; reservations required; 505 Front St., Lahaina; 866/244-5353. 

» Green Banana Café $; 137 Hana Hwy., Pa‘ia; 808/579-9130.

» Honokowai Okazuya Deli $; closed Sun; 3600 Lower Honoapiilani Rd., Lahaina; 808/665-0512.

» Huelo Lookout 7600 Hana Hwy.; 808/573-1850.

What not to miss:

» D.T. Fleming Beach Park Free; off State 30 just north of Kapalua.

» Haleakala National Park $10 per vehicle; entrance info at nps.gov/hale or 808/572-4400.

» Kahanu Garden Mon–Fri; Sat by appointment; $10; mile marker 31 on Hana Hwy.

» Maui Crafts Guild 69 Hana Hwy.

» Maui Snorkel Tours $95 for half-day.

» Thompson Ranch Riding Stables $100 for 2 hours.

 

 

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