Maui Weekend Travel Guide

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Hertz at Kahului Airport

Upon arrival to the beautiful island of Maui, the Hertz team will have a shuttle waiting for you at Kahului Airport to taxi a few minutes away to collect your car rental. The different areas of the island are located far apart, so a car rental is necessary for exploring the entire island. Hertz has a wide variety of cars to accommodate the size of your party and the activities you’ll be doing while on the island.

Fairmont Kea Lani

Beautifully situated on Maui’s Wailea coast, Fairmont Kea Lani is Hawaii’s only all-suite and villa luxury oceanfront resort. Recently named Fairmont Hotels & Resorts’ “Hotel of the Year” following a $70 million renovation, the resort embodies the genuine spirit of aloha and offers exceptional cultural, spa and dining experiences in a truly spectacular setting. The hotel has three swimming pools including an adults-only pool and two activity pools connected by a 140-foot waterslide, post swim visit Kō restaurant for lunch, which features an expansive menu of delicious island family recipes.

Hawaiian Paddle Sports

Hawaiian Paddles Sports offers the most unique tours on the island of Maui, from SUP and surf lessons to canoe surfing and whale watching outrigger canoe tours. On the outrigger canoe tours, you’ll experience Hawaiian Culture first hand as you paddle a traditional craft and hear legends of Maui from your canoe guide. The guides will document the entire adventure and send you photos after your the tour, so you won’t miss any whale sightings!

The Sea House Restaurant

End your evening with dinner and a magical sunset at the Sea House Restaurant in Maui. Acclaimed Maui chef Alex Stanislaw is now at the helm of the Sea House as the restaurant’s Executive Chef. Chef Alex’s culinary career spans more than 30 years at some of Maui’s top restaurants and he’s now serving delicious dishes like the Panko Crusted Hawaiian Fish and the Shrimp & Lobster Mac & Cheese.

 

 

 
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