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Andy and Jennifer

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Maui Activities


Below, please find a partial (but particular) list of activities available in the area. Certainly there is much more (let us know what you're interested in and we'll be happy to point you in the right direction).
  The most important thing to remember is if the weather is bad in one area – move somewhere else.It is always nice somewhere.Kihei/Wailea are good bets when it is rainy.

Haleakala
– Round trip, the drive alone will take about 4 hours.It is best to go on a clear day.Look up – if you can see the peak it is a perfect day.The views are spectacular and the landscape interesting.For the early birds, sunrise on Haleakala (or Sunset) is gorgeous but COLD.Bring warm, warm clothes.  Ask us to borrow closthes if you didn't bring anything.  It would be a shame not to enjoy the trip up!

Haleakala Bike Tour – Enjoy a great bike ride down the volcano at your own pace or with a tour company.

Hana
– Hana is about 1 hour and 45 minute drive from the house.It is a beautiful drive with short hikes and lookouts along the way.Once you arrive in Hana you can enjoy the black sands beach, great hikes or a wonderful lunch at scenic Hotel Hana.

Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center
– If you are heading upcountry, this is a beautiful old Hawaiian home and property with gorgeous views.The house and grounds are interesting in and of themselves but they also usually have an interesting exhibition in progress.There is also a nice gallery shop for unique gifts from Maui artists.

Horseback Riding – Piiholo Stables
(572-1789 ) in Makawao is a great place to take riding lessons for both children and adults.This is not trail riding but rather a lesson in a ring.Jillian teaches both English and Western.Afterwards, consider lunch at Pollis or Casanovas Deli in Makawao.

Trial Rides – Piiholo Ranch
.The finest horseback experience on Maui.Piiholo Ranch is on the edge of the Upcountry rainforest bordering Makawao town.During their morning rides you’ll enjoy spectacular views and learn about native plant.They also offer a BBQ lunch.

Hikes/Waterfall
– find your own or contact Maui Eco-Adventures or Hike Maui for an amazing experience. Click here for Hiking Info

Beaches! Beaches!

Kuau Bay – in front of Mama’s Fish House.Park in the public area of their lot.
Ho’okipa
– One of the best windsurfing beach in Hawaii but also a nice sunbathing beach. Baldwin – just on the other side of Paia.Big bodysurfing waves.Beautiful beach.
Baby Beach – past Baldwin Beach toward Kahului.Turn toward the ocean at N. Ohone (looks like one word on the sign).This is the farthest but by far our favorite.Protected ocean swimming and great sand.
Kihei Beaches
– if it is windy, it may be best to head across the island to Kihei.Nice beaches and the wind isn’t as strong.

Snorkeling
-Try on your own off the Keihi beaches or contact the Pacific Whale Foundation for one of their excursions.

Whale Watching
– From November thru February this can be a blast.Either watch from our pool deck or take a boat with one of the tour companies.

Lahaina – Great art galleries and shopping
.Good beginning surfing beaches on the road to Lahaina.Fun, but long, afternoon

Maui Ocean Center
– Terrific Aquarium in Maalea Harbor.

Windsurfing
– Kanaha beach near the airport is the best beginners windsurfing spot.Start with a lesson from somewhere like Action Sports Maui or just get your own equipment at Sailboards Maui in Paia. Surfing – Hookipa is great for experts or start smaller on the south shore beaches near Lahaina.Sailboards Maui also has rentals for both Surfing and body surfing.

Zipline Tour
– Fun Adventure for the whole family.  Northshore Zipline and Piiholo Ziplines are close and fun.

Turtles at Sunset - There are tons of turtles out in our oceans but unfortunately seeing them is a rare treat.  Unless you know where they sleep!  At Ho'okipa turtles escape feeding sharks and climb up onto the beach at sunset and rest there until dawn when they go back out to sea.  There can be 8-20 large turtles there at a time.  To get there turn into the Ho'okipa lookout off Hana highway (on the way to town, just before Paia) and go down to the picnic area at sunset.  Enjoy!

Town Parties - The small towns around Maui rotate having 'street parties' on Fridays.  Some of them are getting to be quite the happening!  First Friday in Wailuku is the biggest and the one we tend to go to. (First Friday of the Month), 2nd Friday in Lahaina, 3rd Friday in Makawao (very close), and 4th Friday in Kihei.  More infomation

Tennis - Tennis is much stronger on the Wailea side of the island but Upcountry does have one option that can work on a nice day.  The Eddie Tam fields in Makawao has a few courts that are decent.  These are public courts and to my knowledge can't be reserved in advance but I have had pretty good luck getting on.  Map  When you drive into the facility - it is towards the bottom of the driveway and to the left.

Maui Swap Meet - Every Saturday 7am-1pm.  I fun thing to do for everyone.  From vegetables to art.  Good food and people watching.  In Kahului behind the Community College.  You can find it on Yelp.



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Email : jennifer@haikuanuenue.com

Phone : 808-463-8715

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