Honeymoon on Maui

30 May

5/30/12 Written by Marie Glodt travel agent at Travel to Maui

As a resident of Maui and a Hawaiian travel agent I like to give my clients lots of ideas of fun things to do while they are here. Many things are very inexpensive or in some cases FREE!

This can range from day trips you can do in your car. To  great places to have a romantic picnic for 2,  or just sit and watch a great
sunset on Maui.

As you can imagine Maui is a beautiful island blessed with wonderful weather year round. One of the many things I love about Maui is it has something for everyone.

Not a water person?  Not to worry Maui has lots of different options for your Hawaiian vacation.

Do you like adventure tours? For example a zip line cruise, or horseback ride, or a helicopter tour.
Love the ocean and want to snorkel on your own? The best
location will be depending on the time of day (mornings are best) and the time  of the year. Our surf comes from the North during the fall and winter months, and the South during the summer and early fall. So what might be an awesome snorkel spot when your friends were here in December might be a terrible spot for you in the summer.

Another great option is to go on a snorkel boat. Molokini crater is a marine reserve just off the coast of Maui.

Want to see a waterfall up close? Looking for rainbows in Hawaii? Then the road to Hana is for you. This 75 mile drive is best when planned as an all day event. The reason is the road is very curvy, narrow, and often times just one lane.

The best tips I can give you for Hana would be: don’t go if you get carsick, pull over if you get a local behind you (or they will pass on a curve) and pack plenty to eat and drink. And don’t forget to fill up with gas before you leave your hotel!

Another popular day drive would be the dormant volcano of Haleakala Crater. This is a very popular destination at sunrise. But dress warmly as even in the summer this 10,000+ summit is in the
40’s or sometimes colder!

Maui has great beaches! This would include Kaanapali Beach, Makena Cove, Kihei, Big and Little Beaches, Kapalua and Napali.

One of my favorite beaches would be Big Beach
in Makena
. This is located on the south side of Maui.
This means expect big surf in the summer months and use caution as no life guard is present.
As you can see there are many things to do on the Magical island of Maui.

For more information about your Hawaiian vacation or to set up a consulting appointment with one of our Maui Master Specialists contact us at http://www.traveltomaui.net

Check out our rave reviews of our services from past clients:
http://www.traveltomaui.net/php/testimonials.php

Travel to Maui is a Hawaiian Destination Specialist with the Hawaii Visitor Bureau and a Maui Master with the Maui Visitor Bureau.
HVCB Member
Travel to Maui is a Hawaii Visitor and Convention Bureau member.
We specialize in honeymoons and destination weddings in Hawaii.
Photo credit to the Hawaii visitor and convention bureau.
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