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James
Dallas

Maui

Honeymoon Must Do's

We are in Maui for our honeymoon in 2 weeks and would like suggestions. We're looking for romantic activities and restaurant suggestions. I've heard to visit volcano, waterfalls, jeep ride,etc. My wife doesn't do water activities. 

Our budget is probably around $500/day.


3 Answers

answered by
Nicole from Etobicoke, Ontario

Maui is incredible! Here are my Maui highlights. One thing we love is the road trip on the west Maui highway to north Maui – this is a great drive with some breathtaking views. It is a one-lane road for a portion and you literally drive on the side of a cliff (one side – rock, other side – ocean). Along the way you can stop at a variety of little roadside shops including Julia's Banana Bread and Kaukini Gallery

 

Hope you enjoy these spots and activities as much as we do! https://goo.gl/j1i7dH 


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  1. Julia's Banana Bread (restaurant)
  2. Kaukini Gallery (attraction)


answered by
Albert from Santa Monica

You may want to convert your wife to a water person if it's at all possible.  Either way, you can't go wrong in Maui, it's just that great.  

Food ranked in order: absolutely Mama's Fish House RestaurantLahaina Grill, and Roy's is actually uniquely amazing on it's local turf.

Activities: snorkeling, whale watching, luau, Haleakala are tops for me.  Black Rock is great for snorkeling off the beach on the Kaanapali side, if not you can try the Four Seasons Maui at Wailea beach front in Wailea.  Both locations have turtles if you're willing to swim out to the back of the rock formations.  It's a must do even if you have to go solo.


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  1. Mama's Fish House Restaurant (restaurant)
  2. Lahaina Grill (restaurant)
  3. Roy's (restaurant)
  4. Black Rock (attraction)
  5. Four Seasons Maui at Wailea (hotel)


answered first by
Robert Glenn from Manhattan Beach

Don't know where you are staying but you might want to do a night or two in Hana. At the very least, TAKE ALL DAY and drive out to have meal at Hotel Hana Maui and Honua Spa. Your wife my not do water activities but I bet she will like the spa. You can hit Mama's Fish House Restaurant in Paia on the way out or the way back. Also, if you hike, go see Haleakalā National Park and WALK THE TRAIL down into the crater, it is amazing. It can also be COLD (seriously) so take warm clothes. Lastly, for lazy strolling, shopping, and eating, go to any of the hotels in Wailea, park, and walk through the hotel to the coast. There is a paved beach trail that connects numerous resorts and you can just browse and graze at any of them that might interest you. If you do beaches, just down the road is Wailea Makena park and beach - HUGE sand beach and great views at sunset. Aloha!


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  1. Hana (city)
  2. Hotel Hana Maui and Honua Spa (hotel)
  3. Mama's Fish House Restaurant (restaurant)
  4. Paia (city)
  5. Haleakalā National Park (park)
  6. Wailea Makena (city)




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