Find the Perfect Maui Vacations
Maui is the island with the most national parks, eco-tourism and straight up nature to enjoy. Each town will offer something a little different, and this will help you make sure you choose the right place to hang your head. First up is Kapalua, where the resorts are with their private beaches and vibrant nightlife. In Hana you’ll find beautiful lush gardens and waterfalls at every turn, as well as great walking and hiking paths to explore. If you want to go surfing and snorkeling, check out Napili and rent some kit and find an affordable local instructor so you can learn fast. Dining out is as easy as going downstairs in your local resort hotel, or you can just walk along the beach and find a restaurant on your own. Choose from open air grills with a laid back atmosphere or find something pricey and decadent! From snorkeling to scuba diving, to exploring culinary delights and jumping off waterfalls, you’ll always have something new to try! Maui is a paradise on earth that’s just ripe for the taking.
Get Out and Explore
Exploring the island is where the fun begins! In Maui you’ll be able to do everything you’ve ever wanted to do in the water. Race the surf on a jet ski or go parasailing off the back of a boat high above the bay! If you’ve ever wanted to try surfing, you’ll find tons of certified instructors with boards and other equipment that you can rent, as well as scuba gear so you can get a quick lesson. There are many different hiking trails that you can take up to the scenic overlooks to get a good view of the island, as well as a refreshing afternoon outside in the open air.
Taste Something New
With all the nature here, there’s plenty of fresh fish, fruit and vegetables to keep your taste buds entertained. In the resort hotels you’ll find gourmet a la carte menus where you choose your own dinner, to the inventive desserts with fresh fruits and nuts added in. Why eat something boring and bland when you can have something amazing served right up to you each meal? Get out to the shore and see what restaurant offerings are out there for you! They will range from extremely affordable to pricey and decadent. You’ll want to dine out often to make sure you taste everything that Maui has to offer you!
Nightlife in Maui is mostly about the luau! They’re catered often by resorts, but sometimes you can even find one that’s overseen by velvet Elvises and have a great time. Feast on a fresh roasted pig, fresh vegetables and then enjoy all the live entertainment that comes with it. Fire breathers and walkers, as well as poi dancers will circle around, and you might even catch a hula dancing troupe or two along the way. Like everything else in Maui, you’ll want to get out there and enjoy at least one!
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Day-time summer high temperatures range from an average of 85°-88°F, with night-time lows an average of 66°-70°. Winter day-time highs range from an average of 81°-85°, with night average lows of 63°-67°.
Unlike some of the other islands which boast a sweet tooth, you’ll find Maui is a great place for those of us who enjoy savory dishes made from local fresh produce and served with a smile. Here you can eat steaks at Ruth’s Chris Steak House with surf and turf (lobster and seafood and steaks), roasted savory vegetables, and beautiful flowers right on your plate! Sweet peppers and mashed sweet potatoes that will fool you into thinking they’re not that great for you. Café Kiowai has Koi ponds where you can have a delicious breakfast buffet and a view of the ocean that is hard to match anywhere else on the island.
Many of the little restaurants along the seaside will serve up delicious ribs (both pork and beef), chicken plates and many Hawaiian delicacies that you can’t miss; you’ll find generous portions at great prices when compared to some of the other offerings you might find. One other dining option you should check out is the all-inclusive resort hotels; here your meals come free so you can try out a new restaurant every night and you don’t have to pay a dime. When you’re looking for a great destination wedding with great food everywhere you turn, Maui is the right way to go!
Maui Local Favorites
Buzz’s Wharf Restaurant is locally owned and has been in Maui for over 40 years, here you’ll find American dishes with a Hawaiian twist; from surf and turf to pizzas and hamburgers, there’s always something delicious to try and a new inventive take on foods you know from home. Ruth’s Chris Steak House has American steaks, roasted vegetables and food that will make you want to order more. Great prices and seaside views make it a great place to eat. Teppanyaki Dan has a Japanese grill where you can get grilled meats, awesome seafood and of course great eats. The Royal Scoop has homemade ice cream that comes in a great variety of Hawaiian flavors that are a great break from the Maui sun and a treat you should try in your destination wedding.
Resort Dining in Maui
When you’re staying at an all-inclusive resort, you have to take advantage of all the delicious food! Here you can eat a new dish every meal and of course you don’t have to cut into your activities budget to have a great meal. Wet your tongue on vast wine menus, enjoy fine gourmet al a carte dining, and enjoy food that comes straight from a Maui farm to your table. Why don’t you deserve a great meal when you’re paying for your destination wedding in Maui? You won’t have to worry about frozen and reheated food that looks limp and sad on your plate; enjoy a feast for the eyes and the palate with flower arrangements, colorful fruits and vegetables and meat cooked to the peak of perfection.