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Explore Haleakala on Horseback

Enjoy a uniquely Hawaiian experience with a scenic tour of Haleakala, all while taking in the views from horseback. PONY EXPRESS TOURS’ Haleakala Ranch Paniolo Ride treats riders to breathtaking views from an elevation of 4,000 feet. The oncein-a-lifetime experience takes you through MAUI’S HIGH COUNTRY, through the rolling pastures of a cattle ranch complete… Continue »

Spot Silversword: Maui’s Rare Plant

HAWAIIAN SILVERSWORD PLANTS are so rare that they only grow in a select few locations throughout the Hawaiian Islands—above the 6,000-foot level on HALEAKALA, and high on the slopes of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa on Hawai‘i Island. Even more rare is the appropriately named ‘ahinahina (Hawaiian for the color gray), the subspecies of silversword… Continue »

Indulge in Some Retail Therapy

Though famous for its scenery, climate and cerulean blue sea, Maui harbors another little gem—SHOPPING. Some of the best browsing comes in the form of walking up and down the streets of towns like Makawao, Pa‘ia, Kihei and Lahaina. Not only do you get to soak up the sunshine between stops, you also get to… Continue »

Take-home Gifts

While bumper stickers, shell lei and T-shirts from souvenir stands are great gifts to take home to friends and family, there are a surprising amount of other options as well. In fact, locals say that each area of the state has a special treat that must be sampled and, if possible, brought back home to… Continue »

Make a Jewel of a Find

The Hawaiian Islands have a tradition and mana (spiritual power) of their own, which visitors get a taste of while watching hula performances, sightseeing on tropical tours and savoring local dishes. LOCALLY INSPIRED AND CRAFTED JEWELRY offers a permanent way to transport that experience back home. You may have heard of or even seen many… Continue »

Hit the Main Street

The island of Lana‘i doesn’t have a single stoplight and is home to a population of only 3,100 people. Where better, then, to find small-town charm than Lana‘i City’s main square? Marked by tall pine trees and a grassy park, LANA‘I CITY boasts shops, a visitor center and numerous eateries. Head to LANA‘I ARTS CENTER… Continue »

Soothe Your Body and Soul

There’s no better way to maximize your time in paradise than with a top-notch SPA EXPERIENCE. Whether you want to undo the stress of a day filled with rushing through airports, unwind after an active round of shopping (or surfing!) or add a little romance to a couple’s getaway, Maui’s many spa offerings are sure… Continue »

Visit Maui’s Arts and Culture Hubs

Founded in 1994 as a place for the Maui community to gather, create and celebrate its artists and culture, the MAUI ARTS & CULTURAL CENTER (MACC) is a successful venue that has done just that. Not only does the center host visiting musicians and performers, it also offers CLASSES, EXHIBITIONS of local artists’ works, along… Continue »

Golf Central and South Maui

From private clubs to municipal courses, Central and South Maui have a range of golf options. MAUI COUNTRY CLUB Enjoy a nine-hole course at one of the only private clubs on the island. (808) 877-7893 Par 72 6,621 Yards KING KAMEHAMEHA COUNTRY CLUB Test your golf skills with this respected course etched between the Maui… Continue »

Golf West Maui

Sweeping winds and picturesque ocean views in West Maui offer a unique environment for golfers to test their mettle. ROYAL KA‘ANAPALI Golf legends adore the 54-year-old course for its wide fairways and large green valleys. (808) 661-3691 Par 37-34-71 6,700 Yards KA‘ANAPALI KAI Treat yourself to a view of neighboring islands with a track that… Continue »